Thursday, 9 June 2016

Shameless by Gina L. Maxwell - Review, Excerpt and Giveaway

Shameless by Gina L. Maxwell
Release Date: May 30, 2016

About the Book:

People say I'm shameless. They're right.
I like my sex dirty. It takes a hell of a lot to tilt my moral compass, and I always follow when it's pointing at something I want. That goes double when it points straight at the one girl in all of Chicago who's not dying for a piece of me.
She's all I can think about, and that's a problem, because she wants nothing to do with me. But I've seen her deepest secrets, her darkest fantasies, and they match mine to a fucking T.
I want her. Bad.
Now I need to show her how good it can be shameless.


Coming Soon! Ruthless, book 2 in the Playboys in Love series.



Grabbing the wrench, I settle onto the floor and get into a position to throw my weight behind it. I clamp it on to the pipe and start pushing. Shit, it’s really on there good. The wrench moves a tiny bit, but it’s not because the nut loosens. The tool is turning on the nut itself, losing traction, and stripping the outside of it. I release the pipe and try it from the left side. Pulling it toward me, I try keeping the balance between torque and finesse so I won’t strip the nut.
Slowly…so slowly…it gives way, loosening a hair more every few seconds. I hold my breath and grit my teeth, and though I’m not a praying kind of guy, I may even toss up a literal Hail Mary in hopes it’ll do some good.
Finally, the nut comes free, and it’s as if the opposing team in a game of tug-of-war counted to three and let go all at once. I almost land flat on my back but manage to catch myself at the last second. I must’ve jostled her laptop because I hear it whir to life, and a second later the screen lights up on a webpage titled “Lose the Loser and Fix Your Own Sink: a How-To Guide for the Independent Woman.”
Bull’s-eye. I chuckle and shake my head. I’d been dead-on, and having it confirmed is an entertaining pat on the back. One thing that being a stripper has taught me is how to read women. Put me in a room of two dozen women, and just by watching them for five minutes, I can point out things about each of them that typically only their friends and acquaintances will know—their personalities, their likes and dislikes, and sometimes even their habits. It’s a talent that’s come in handy more times than I can count.
I grab the top of the laptop to shut it, but the screen switches from helpful guide to a frozen image of a naked man fisting a woman’s hair as he gags her with his cock.
What. The. Fuck.
How the hell did that even happen? At first I think I might’ve clicked an ad that opened up the popular site, Porn Hub, but the only thing I touched was the very top with my thumb—
Oh, no way. Testing my theory that her laptop is the kind with a touchscreen, I poke at the center, and the video comes to life, thankfully with the sound muted.
Holy shit, I was right. Which means I’d accidentally opened up one of the tabs in Jane’s browser.
And that means one very important thing: Jane watches porn.
And not just any kind of porn, I realize as I scroll through her browsing history. She watches the rough-as-fuck, choke-me-with-your-cock, call-me-your-slut kind of porn.
Someone alert the media that Hell has officially frozen over. Because I think I’m in love.


Jane is my kind of girl, she knows what she wants and is happy to take it when offered.

There is some great kinky role play/BDSM style sessions in this book courtesy of Chance the sexy dancer with a lot more to him than first appears.

You can read this as a pure smutty sexy read and be extremely happy but this book has a happy sappy side that you won't see until about half way through.

This book was right up my street with the kinky sex and the strong characters that were happy to be the way they were. I really enjoyed it when the softer side came to play too.

There was one sex scene I was worried about but it turned out as chase was playing Jane the way author played us!

There are other charcthers that were interesting and would be good to see them have a story, but don't know if that is going to happen.

4 stars


About the Author:

Gina L. Maxwell is a full-time writer, wife, and mother living in the upper Midwest, despite her scathing hatred of snow and cold weather. An avid romance novel addict, she began writing as an alternate way of enjoying the romance stories she loves to read. Her debut novel, Seducing Cinderella, hit both the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists in less than four weeks, and she’s been living her newfound dream ever since.
When she’s not reading or writing steamy romance novels, she spends her time losing at Scrabble (and every other game) to her high school sweetheart, doing her best to hang out with their teenagers before they fly the coop, and dreaming about her move to sunny Florida once they do.

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