For the young woman whose shyness is the result of scoliosis, a birthmark and a sheltered upbringing, he is absolutely perfect even though you would never put the two together at a dinner party. And Clare strikes the right notes with the situation as well — we can all sympathize with Elise — every woman can. Almost everyone has been hurt by some guy in her past, made to feel lesser and unsexy. It is the kind of experience you remember. And ,I love it when Elise grows a spine and gets the job done. We get some brief glimpses into Grant, Brenna Beth Ann and other characters from the other books in the series.
I recommend it! This was a 4. I am a fan of this series and have read the previous three novels and two novellas. Additionally, the behaviors and personalities of secondary characters Grant and Brenna make way more sense if you are familiar with their story. By knowing her background, this was more like a fun reunion with a wacky friend. Elise is an adorable, vulnerable heroine. There were several instances in the book when I just wanted to scoop her up and put her in my pocket.
Rome is an incredibly sweet and sexy hero. He looks like a bad boy, but is the nicest guy in the universe. The chemistry between Elise and Rome is delicious. My need for them to be together was so great that my heart hurt any time they were separated. I repeatedly teared-up just for Rome and his situation in life. But the feels! Jessica Clare has stated that this is the final book in the series. Goodbye, Bluebonnet, TX.
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You can count on it. Jessica Clare executed yet another fun and sexy read. Let me tell you, his mysterious streak made him so desirable. Not to mention his rough tatted persona which will melt your undies away just by looking at him. This man is hot. She has been sheltered all her young life.
Certainly sweet but also naive and innocent. Due to her physical attributes as a child, she has always been timid and shy until she meets Rome, who makes her want to break out of her shell. I really liked their chemistry. Not only that the protagonists are in their twenties, there was also a bit more angst to the story. My only complaint is how Elise acted in some of the scenes.
She acted as a teenager and it was a bit annoying to see her act that way. Granted she wanted to break out of her shell, but the lack of experience left her in the playing field and a bit desperate. It is why she never made to the TSTL list. Small town romance is definitely one of Ms. Jun 05, Dotti Elrick rated it it was amazing. I quickly fell in love with her contemporary romance series.
Rome and Elise are two people from very different worlds. Elise, the daughter of very wealthy, over protective parents, has hidden herself away from the world. Bullied and teased as a young woman, now an adult, she still only sees t I have been a fan of Jessica Clare ever since I first read her Succubus Diaries writing as Jill Myles years ago. Bullied and teased as a young woman, now an adult, she still only sees the scars and odd shape of her body. Rome on the other hand, has only known the rougher side of life, a family he's on the run from, a prison record, arrest warrants from various states, bad credit, and more secrets than he cares to think about.
From the first moment Elise laid eyes on Rome, she only saw the incredibly sexy, Harley riding, pierced, tattooed man of her dreams. Now if she could just break free of her terminal shyness to actually speak to him, rather than running away anytime he enters a room, maybe, just maybe he might like her too. Rome enjoys spending time with Elise, slowly drawing her out of her shell. He only sees how beautiful she is. But Elise's brother happens to be Romes boss. And Grant has made it perfectly clear, if Rome wants to keep his desperately needed job, stay away from his sister.
I loved this story. A nice lesson on not judging a book by its cover. No matter what people see on the outside, you never know what truly lays beneath the surface, until you take the time and make the effort to get to know that person. That's Rome and Elise. Two very different books on the outside. May 25, Gina rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary-romance. As I said in my review for the prior book of this series, I love the secondary set up for the next couple but have found myself not so interested when it comes to their turn as the main couple.
You think after 4 books I would learn as the same thing happened here. Elise, incredibly shy sister to Grant, and Rome, new hire at the outdoor adventure business see all prior books share some incredibly cute, little misunderstandings in the prior book. Now that it's their turn, I found Elise's extreme As I said in my review for the prior book of this series, I love the secondary set up for the next couple but have found myself not so interested when it comes to their turn as the main couple.
Now that it's their turn, I found Elise's extreme shyness extremely annoying at first, but not so annoying as her miraculous cure after some time with Rome. I liked Rome better, but am tired of the "leaving for your own good" trope. I liked this one better than the last 2 books of the series, but Clare's Hit Man and Billionaire Boy's Club series are both better overall. Feb 24, Mo rated it liked it. Definitely a hot romance book. I liked the h and H, although the self-sacrifice stuff does get annoying. But one thing I couldn't get over was the dickhead brother.
I don't understand how the h just brushed that under the rug. Like, "Oh, you just ruined my life and my possible future happiness because you're a controlling prick, but should I go get the pizza and beer? Um, no. His nuts would be roasting over an open fire like it was Christmas morning if it was my brother that pulled that shit. Over-protective is insulting when it's your brother doing it.
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It's only hot and appropriate in romance novels when it's the guy you want to pork you lol. Aug 06, Rae rated it it was amazing. Can we talk about how much I loved Elise and Rome. First off, I love that Rome isn't some perfect specimen of a man with a great job and confidence coming out of his ears. He's actually very low in self esteem and humble and that was very appealing.
Elise was just about the best character of this series. She cracks me up and I totally get her because I am an introverted mess myself. Favorite one of the series! Oh, wow -- what a truly FUN read, and so sexy! Don't even get me started with Rome. Please stay tuned for an exact date! Sep 27, Krista rated it it was ok Shelves: reads.
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I loved the setting and the premise. Elise was an almost ridiculous caricature of the uber-innocent virgin and Rome was an equally over-the-top text book "bad boy" - tattoos, piercings, dysfunctional childhood, motorcycle I had a hard time believing the relationship between these two. The chemistry wasn't really there for me, sadly.
Jun 04, Ginny rated it really liked it. Bad, bad, bad title. But it's a quick, easy read -- just like the other books in this series. I liked the characters. I liked seeing more of Brenna and Grant my faves of the series. And this book got me out of a reading slump. So yay. Jun 19, Ari rated it really liked it. Dec 30, Tiffany Clare rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary-romance.
I don't know how I haven't read a JC book before now, but glad I did. Adored this book so much I read it in one sitting. Jun 09, Robin rated it it was amazing. Out of 4. Nov 23, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: aint-he-sweet , virgin-no-more , contemporary , tortured-abused , scarred , badboy-rebel , lickable-tattoos , dirrrty-talker , jessica-clare , bluebonnet. Another winner from Jessica Clare. I hope there is more to come in this amazingly fun and sexy series! Aug 02, C rated it it was amazing Shelves: descr-fun , alm-ya-no-existen. It's the best one of the serie.
In some ways, the two couldn't be more different, but below the surface they have a lot in common. Though she comes right out and asks him to help her lose her virginity, Rome has other ideas, and plans to take things slow with Elise. In the fourth book in the Bluebonnet series, readers get a chance to see how things are going with the couples featured in the first three books, while enjoying the addition of a few new characters.
He's exactly the kind of bad boy that an innocent girl like Elise should stay far away from. But Elise is tired of doing what's right. She's ready to throw caution to the wind - and let Rome show her just how exciting being bad can be. Contains mature themes. This title is included in Audible Escape. By: Jessica Clare. Narrated by: Jillian Macie. Series: Bluebonnet Series , Book 4.
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