Kade Wright is an expert in rocking any woman’s world.
Sexy, rich, and the type you don’t bring home to meet your mother, he has broken more hearts than he can remember, and there is no end in sight. Until one mistake lands him in boiling hot water. When his company orders him to the Love Addicts Anonymous Rehab Center, he better get his affairs in order or else he loses his seat on the company board.
Love isn’t supposed to be addictive.
But for Vicky Sullivan it is.
A true true romantic at heart, she comes with a bit of a stalking tendency, and is completely not adverse to commitment. But who’s Kade to judge? As someone who’s seeking commitment and afraid of never finding love, she’s the type of woman he wouldn’t usually hit on. Except, she’s hot and keeps avoiding him… yes, even after seeing his private parts naked in all their glory.
Kade isn’t known as the tall, dark and ruthless businessman for no reason. Romance isn’t in the air, more like wild between the sheets action with no expectations. Vicky’s convinced she can resist, but Kade has other plans for her.
Can Vicky stay away from the man who seems so easy to get and so hard to keep?
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Title: Love Addicts Anonymous
Series: Love Addicts Anonymous #1
Author: JC Reed
Source: ARC via Blog Tour
About the Author
JC Reed is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author. She writes steamy contemporary romance with a touch of mystery and suspense. When she’s not typing away on her keyboard, forgetting the world around her, you can find her chatting with her readers on Facebook.
This thing is freaking hilarious. I love the tone that’s set and how ridiculous the whole thing is. Poor guy’s gonna get fired from his own company, woman’s gonna lose the love of her life. If these two don’t get the “help” they need, their lives will be ruined. It’s like a movie you’d want to rent over and over again, or at least demand that Netflix pick up.
So why the 4 stars if I’m raving at how great it is?
Well, a few weeks ago, I participated in this author’s big reveal for the Love Addicts Anonymous. While it doesn’t effect my review, I still need to point out that my reading experience was disrupted when I realized that the story ends when the plot is decided between all the MCs. Literally right after the plot line is determined, it ends. Part One is done.
Honestly, I just should’ve checked Amazon to see what it was exactly that I was getting into. Instead of doing it myself, I just- *sighs* Bitching aside, I will say that this thing is definitely everything it promises. There were a few instances when things would get a little too much with the description and monologue, but otherwise? I think this series is going to be a blast.
Not a fan of the stories being placed into parts, and I’m particularly picky with the prices matching up with the number of pages and content, but so far, this series looks good enough to continue. Would I honestly pay $13 for a story that ends? Hell, no. But I would check out the ebook, and hope to God that it gives me enough to work with.