Monday, June 3, 2013
Review: Chica Bella
Author: Carly Fall
Source: Review Copy provided by author
Rating: 4 Stars
Landon “Blackhawk” Walker is ready to get out of the Navy SEALs. He has seen and done enough, and can’t wait to get to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico where three tasks await him: get back into civilian mode, take a boat out to the El Arco Rocks, and win back the heart of the woman he lost because of his career.
Maya Gonzalez has tired of the heartbreak that comes with Landon’s deployments year after year. When he walks back into her life, she cannot deny her heart, despite her reservations.
As they lose themselves in each other and the beauty of Cabo, their passion is rekindled once again, but Maya knows that one phone call means deployment for Landon, putting an end to their reunion, and possibly their relationship.
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Chica Bella is a short and steamy read. It was entertaining, and fun. There where plenty of ups and downs in this short work, and I enjoyed everyone of them.
It's hard for me to rate works that are under 200 pages, because I feel like it is tough to really get a full picture of the writing, and characters. However, Chica Bella is one of the best short erotic type romance books that I have read.
The characters are quickly established and they are well done with depth and emotion. They feel like real people, and not just cut outs thrown into a prescripted plot. I Really didn't know how this work would turn out and that is difficult to do with these short works.
Overall Chica Bella was a great pick me up read, that fit perfectly into my packed weekend schedule.
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