Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Early Review: Just What I Needed by Lorelei James

Just What I Needed: Walker Lund and Trinity Carlson

(Need You #2)

Just What I Needed (Need You, #2)

Expected publication: August 2nd 2016

From Goodreads.com

The second sexy novel in the Need You series, from the New York Times bestselling author of the Mastered Series and the Blacktop Cowboys® Series.
Trinity Carlson might be having the worst day ever. And that was before she started drinking in a dive bar, right across from her ex and his new girlfriend. So when she finally decides enough is enough, she grabs hold of a hot, blond stranger and gives him the kiss of his life.
Walker Lund never expected that a chance at love would hit him right on the mouth. Since the moment his brother decided to settle down, Walker has been dodging his family’s hopes that he’ll do the same.  He’s never been interested in following in anyone’s footsteps. But when he discovers his sexy assailant has given him a fake name and number he suddenly finds himself in the mood for a little hot pursuit...


Im a bit torn on how to rate this book, maybe a 3.5 rating..

I quite liked the beginning of the book, Trinity was quirky, the dialogue was funny and the storyline quite fun. But the book started to lose me probably around mid point. It started to get repetitive and less funny. It was kind of too insta-love ish.

Walker was a hottie, I liked how he was referred to as a viking and went out on his own rather than fall into the family business. He was sweet and didnt give up on Trinity. Trinity was a mixed bag, but she knew it. She was in turn confident and moody. She lacked confidence at times but in others stepped up. At least she knew this and commented on it a few times with Walker. She knows she is a handful and warns him right off the bat. He can't say he wasn't warned.

Overall, it was a good book, I enjoyed it. I just wished it had remained as strong as it was in the beginning throughout.

**Review copy provided for an honest review. No other compensation was provided.

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