Friday, July 5, 2013

Blitzkrieg Love by Livia Olteano Book Tour and Review





Blitzkrieg Love
Night People Book One
Livia Olteano

Genre: New Adult Spicy Contemporary Romance

Word Count: 50k
Sensuality Level: Hot

Date of Publication: June 24, 2013
Publisher: Crimson Romance

Description:

Don’t try to be my hero. Don’t care about me. Don’t let go.

Twenty-two-year-old Beatrice Stevens lives to dance. Two years ago she walked in on the picture of horror: after stabbing her mom 34 times, her father killed himself. She found his corpse still clutching at her mom’s, determined not to let go of her even in death. Now Beatrice freaks out if she’s hugged, loomed over or receives attention from daddy-type guys. Unless she’s dancing—the one thing that feeds her soul and saves her time after time.

Anthony Gowl wants Beatrice from the moment she bumps her adorable nose into his chest. That desire turns into a burning need after he sees her dance. But he’s the overprotective type—he can’t help it, it’s part of him ever since his sister ODed seven years ago. His savior complex makes him the perfect opposite of what Beatrice needs.

But she can’t seem to shake him. He’s both scary and exciting, even when he kneels at her feet. And the closer he gets, the more that toxic waste in her soul threatens to explode.

Warning: Contains scenes and language suitable for adults

Review
Beatrice Stevens keeps herself sheltered from touch, it doesn't mean that she doesn't partake in the occasional affair, but it is always with her rules.  Her one area of pure freedom is her ability to dance, she expresses all those emotions she bottles up and lets them free with the rhythm of music.  When she is offered a dancing position at an elite club, she decides to check it out but doesn't plan on walking directly into the path of Anthony Gowl.

Tony knows the instant she bumps into him he is smitten.  He knows the moment he receives a royal ass chewing he is in full lust.  He knows the second she begins to dance he has to have her.  Both Tony and Beatrice are broken,   he wants to help her move past her hurt and hopes in time she will trust him enough to do just that.

Beautifully seductive.  I loved that Beatrice's dancing was so expressive through out the book, she is tough as nails and doesn't back down but you know she is vulnerable despite it all.  I thought Tony was fascinating, he has an edge to him and you are not sure what he is going to do with Beatrice to breakthrough the wall she has erected.

About the Author:


Livia lives in Europe where she listens to obscene amounts of music and devours every reading material in sight. When she’s not doing either of the two, she fiddles with anything remotely customizable within reach. 








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