Read Laid Bare read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. Laid Bare is a Romance novel by Lauren Dane. August 4, my first contemporary for Berkley Heat releases - Laid Bare. I know I'm biased since it's my book and all, but this cover steals my. Editorial Reviews. Review. "In a word, this book is amazing. All three characters are magnetic Laid Bare (A Brown Family Novel Book 1) - Kindle edition by Lauren Dane. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or .
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It's been ten years since clean-cut, sexy-as-hell police officer Todd Keenan had a white-hot fling with wild, uninhibited rocker Erin Brown. What happened between them got under his skin—even if love wasn't in the cards just yet The passion they share transforms Erin, but it. It's been ten years since clean-cut, sexy-as-hell police officer Todd Keenan had a white-hot fling with wild, uninhibited rocker Erin Brown. What. Home · Laid Bare Author: Dane Lauren. 13 downloads Views KB Laid Bare · Read more · Laid Bare. Read more · Laid Bare · Read more · Laid Bare.
If you're looking for something steamy and sexy, this is the book for you! Mar 01, Shawna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I felt it took away from the original storyline that was going on. Ben is bisexual,so he love men and women. Living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific Northwest, Lauren Dane has been writing stories since she was able to use a pencil, and before that she used to tell them to people.
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LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Read it Forward Read it first. Pass it on! Stay in Touch Sign up. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Anna's herding cats. I had a decent time with Laid Bare. It's a nice sexy menage with heaps of steamy sex, interesting characters in a unique relationship, a little emotional upheaval that'll tear at your heart and, well, lots more sex.
And that all sounds But somehow it just isn't really working for me and mainly that's due to the writing style which just doesn't seem to be for me.
What I did like I really enjoyed all of the main characters--Erin, Todd and Ben. They're likable, have some nice depth to them, they're gorgeous and completely into each other. Erin's bold as anything when it comes to her sexuality and I loved that. But she's also very damaged and wounded because of a tragedy in her past.
And the guys. I loved how much they cherished Erin in their own way.
Not only her but they really loved each other too. They've been best friends for pretty much their whole lives and it was kinda sweet seeing them breach some walls and take their friendship into a new direction. Seeing Erin and Todd really welcome Ben into their relationship and how they all cared for each other. All good stuff. The sex scenes were hot but not as kinky or quite as steamy as I was hoping.
They were good. Make you fan yourself good. I was really expecting Alright, so my problems. They're mainly with the writing style which is why I just don't think I'm the target audience for Dane. My first problem was that the book took place over a large period of time. Now, I loved that in a way but how the book was laid out there were just so many missed opportunities with it.
Scenes that were set up and you expect to turn the page and see what happens next--like them getting ready for a big group night out or the guys telling their families about being in a menage, etc-- but instead you turn the page and they've been completely skipped over and you're 2 months in the future.
I totally get that not everything could be on page since it was such a large time frame but I would have really liked to see some of those times. It just felt abrupt and took me out of the story. And also, just emotionally, some of the scenes that were skipped over could have been absolutely incredible. And another issue was that some things just happened too suddenly or timing felt forced. Ex--Ben the third in the menage feeling a little insecure and everyone's agreeing to work towards making him feel more secure, etc and then you turn the page and hello!
Surprise wedding! Uh, okay? Really totally surprise wedding where it's announced to the heroine that they're loading up for a trip and she and Todd are getting married tomorrow!
With absolutely no hints or clues previously. And then Ben's left completely out of the ceremony. I really felt like I'd missed some chapters there for a while and flipped back it was so out of place.
Or just huge reveals done to move the storyline in a direction that instead of making me feel sympathetic felt forced and just annoyed me in the way they were done and frustrated with the book.
Overall, though, even with my rant, I did enjoy Laid Bare. I just didn't love it.
It didn't blow me completely out of the water like it has so many others. It was an enjoyable and sexy read that kept me entertained for a few hours and it went miles better than my first attempt with Dane Lush but it was just a middle of the road read and one that won't stick with me. Paperback Verified Purchase.
Jonah Warner is drawn to Raven first as a great tattoo artist and then as a sexy woman. But as he begins to unravel the emotionally, closely guarded woman named Raven, Jonah begins to believe she might just be worth the risk to his heart.
Raven has very hard rules concerning relationships for very good reasons, but as she begins to know Jonah, he tempts her to break those rules and give their romance a chance. As Jonah and Raven cautiously walk towards a loving relationship, of course, they encounter obstacles both large and small. Will it be enough to lead Raven and Jonah to the future they have built towards or will this last hurtle be one too many to overcome?
A jaded tattoo artist and a successful attorney come together in an intense story of love, heartbreak and life in Drawn Together. I have followed Raven throughout the entire Brown Family series and have alternately loved and hated her, but I always hoped that somehow she would find a happy ending that I thought she deserved. When I began reading about Raven and Jonah and learned just what made Raven as she was, I came to respect her for what she had gone through and emerged from.
I loved how gentle Jonah was with each step and how much strength he gave to Raven just when she needed it. I also loved that Raven was able to love Jonah enough to overcome her many reasons to never allow the type of love they were building.
I love it. The only thing missing is that the book is a menage — but Ben comes into the story, and the relationship later than Todd does, so it really does work. Their power exchange in the bedroom got under his skin. Now, life has thrown the pair back together. As the passion they share transforms Erin, will it be enough to help her face the evil she thought she had left behind? How about an excerpt?
Ben is back in Seattle after leaving for Boston ten years before. A lot has happened to both of them….
Words behind the text jump, a few of them are bad, in a good way of course. No one had ever gotten to her as deeply as he had. Not even Jeremy had touched that spot deep within her, let it uncoil. Her hands shook a bit as she steamed some milk and absently made small talk with a customer.
But when she looked up, she saw him watching her. She ladled soup, poured out tea and coffee until everyone had been served, and there he was again, waiting patiently, his eyes moving over her body like a caress. It seemed wrong to hope he was divorced, but she did anyway. He sat in the corner, drinking his tea while she worked. She said a few words here and there, but it had been busy, as it sometimes was so near to closing. The tension inside her was nearly painful, something she poked at as she worked, like that spot inside your cheek you bit earlier that day.
She examined it, stroked over it, thought about it, enjoyed it even. When she locked up and flipped the sign, he finally moved, standing to his full height. She stood, rooted to the spot as she looked up his body. The width of his shoulders seemed to blot out the light. Can we do that? Once the sensual shivers subsided enough that she could find her words again, she swallowed hard. Not for the past eighteen months. She lost her train of thought for a moment when he slid those same knuckles down her neck and into the hollow of her throat.