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Sunday, December 11, 2016

ARC Review: Hit the Spot by J. Daniels

I have been a fan of J. Daniels since the first book I read from her. She never disappoints, and Hit the Spot was no different. This book is the second in her Dirty Deeds series, but each book is a standalone so you can jump in at any time. If you have read the first book though, you will recognize both Tori and Jamie. 

After a bad experience, Tori has trust issues and isn't looking to start anything with a man, especially one like Jamie. Known for going after what he wants and getting it, Jamie is as big of a player as he is a sexy surfer. But Jamie wants Tori and is used to getting what he wants. Tori wants Jamie, yet after everything she has been through she knows that Jamie is the last thing she needs. But with Jamie's determination to win Tori over, is it only a matter of time before he gets her let her guard down where he is concerned? When Tori finally gives in will there be more between them, or will it all just have been a game that Jamie was determined to win?

I really liked these two. Tori had been hurt and had trust issues that anyone would understand. I really felt for her and all that she had been through, and I loved that she was cautious about falling for Jamie but was unable to fight what was between them. Jamie was great as well. His determination and laid back nature were super sexy, and I couldn't get enough of his pursuit of Tori. These two had a ton of chemistry and such a strong connection, and I really loved seeing them circle around one another while their relationship progressed. 

Overall, this one was really fun and I enjoyed it a lot. These two had a great connection and story, and I would definitely recommend it, especially if you have read the first book in the series. J. Daniels has a way with words and writes such sexy yet emotional and fun stories. Hit the Spot was good and I already can't wait to read more from J. Daniels.

**ARC Provided by Publisher**

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