Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance

Review – Entice Me by Kelly Elliott

Entice Me; Austin Singles #2 (Series)
by Kelly Elliott (Author)

This review is from: March 4, 2019 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥🔥

Entice Me was delightful! Kelly Elliott put me right in the center of a lovely group of close knit friends and family that I never wanted to leave.

This is the first book I’ve read by Kelly Elliott, yet I felt as if I’d known everyone for years by the time I was done reading Entice Me. Yes, the story is centered around two main characters, but their lives are interwoven around their friends and family, which may have their own books, but since I’ve just discovered Kelly Elliott, I will be diving back into her list of written works to find out.

Nash is a man scorned by love. His longtime girlfriend cheated on him, got pregnant, and then left him because he didn’t make enough money. Yeah, that is a lot to bring a man down on dating. Even months later he still felt kicked in the gut whenever he saw her, even though he knew deep down she wasn’t the right woman for him.

When he meets Kaelynn something inside Nash shifts, she’s the first woman since he’s been single that actually makes him smile. The first woman to make him feel, really..anything. That in itself is probably what scares him the most. He isn’t ready to get his heart broken again, especially when Kaelynn seemed to be hiding something.

Kaelynn has a secret, one that could destroy the relationships she’s just beginning to build. Morgan is Nash’s sister and the reason she’s just moved to Austin, starting up a new job with Morgan. Kaelynn doesn’t like to talk about her family, not that they are bad, but because they are wealthy. Extremely wealthy. In her history, people tended to treat her different once they find out she comes from money.  So, Kaelynn doesn’t exactly feel that she is lying, as much as omitting that she is wealthy.

Once Kaelynn learns about Nash and his ex, the amount in her bank account becomes an elephant in the room. The longer she waits, the more the issue weighs on her, but she’s also afraid to lose the connection she’s building with Nash and his friends. What choice makes the most sense when she knows she has to eventually make one, come clean and lose the man she’s beginning to care about, or live a lie?

Nash and Kaelynn have amazing chemistry from the beginning. Nash may have his hangups about dating, but he also wants what his friends have; family and a forever love. He is super swoon-worthy, a delicious book boyfriend. Kaelynn constantly comments that his ex was an idiot for giving him up, yet she’s very happy she did. The two of them are very cute.

The world Kelly Elliott has built is sweet and inviting and I can’t wait to revisit them.

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