Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Sweet Filthy Boy (Wild Seasons #1) by Christina Lauren: Blog Tour Review


One-night stands are supposed to be with someone convenient, or wickedly persuasive, or regrettable. They aren’t supposed to be with someone like him.

But after a crazy Vegas weekend celebrating her college graduation—and terrified of the future path she knows is a cop-out—Mia Holland makes the wildest decision of her life: follow Ansel Guillaume—her sweet, filthy fling—to France for the summer and just…play.

When feelings begin to develop behind the provocative roles they take on, and their temporary masquerade adventures begin to feel real, Mia will have to decide if she belongs in the life she left because it was all wrong, or in the strange new one that seems worlds away.


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About the Authors:

Lauren Billings (but everyone calls her Lo) has a Ph.D. in neuroscience and before she made writing her full-time job, would spend her days doing nerdy research-type things wearing a lab coat and goggles. She is silly Mommy to two littles, wife to one mountain biking homebrewing scientist, bestie to a shoe-stealer, and an unabashed lover of YA and romance.

Christina Hobbs (but you’ll always hear Lo call her PQ) used to spend her days in a junior high counseling office surrounded by teenagers. Married to the cutest boy in school, she has a thirteen year old daughter, is an unapologetic lover of boy bands and glitter, and also likes to steal Lo’s shoes.

You can follow their shenanigans at:

@lolashoes (Lauren) & @seeCwrite (Christina) on Twitter. On Tumblr! where we post kissing gifs and writerly stuff and Wattpad for short stories and sneak peeks!

For official information about their books, events, interviews, movie news and more, follow @beautifulbastrd.

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Review by Michelle:

**Attention book boyfriends** Everyone please make some room. There is a newcomer joining the ranks and his name is Ansel Guillaume. Everyone be sure to give Ansel a nice warm welcome as he will be staying with us for quite a while.

After reading the Beautiful Bastard series by Christina Lauren I had no doubt that I was going to love Sweet Filthy Boy. This dynamic writing duo is clever, funny, and a force to be reckoned with when it comes to turning up the heat. They definitely know their way around a captivating storyline and never fail to introduce us to the most charming and irresistible characters. These two can get your motor running like no other with sizzling sexual tension and plenty of scorching bedroom behavior.

Ansel, Ansel, Ansel. This guy absolutely makes me melt and that's even before I remember he's a Frenchman with a sexy accent. Talk about the whole kit and kaboodle. He is the kind of guy that makes your heart skip a beat and your panties drop. He is sweet, witty, charismatic, impulsive and undeniably tempting. Did I happen to mention that he has an accent? Well he does...and it's French. This means that he occasionally forgets the English word he is looking for which is incredibly adorable and also that he often slips into French when he is passionate about something which most times occurs inside the bedroom and is far from PG. Hello! He is absolutely delicious and exactly what Mia needs.

When it comes to chemistry and sexual tension this formidable twosome certainly know a thing or two. The heat and desire between Ansel and Mia was palpable, making your stomach flutter and your heart race. The anticipation in every glance, every word, every touch was killing me in the absolute best way possible. This was not limited to just the first time either - the buildup each and every time was electric.

I love a book that can make me laugh a time or two. This one had me chuckling, giggling, and downright laughing out loud the entire book. Ansel is so goofy, sweet, and witty you can't help but get hooked from the very beginning. Mia can give as well as she gets and the playful banter between the two is painfully cute and amusing.

I can always tell I am reading a good book when I either can't keep the smile off my face, I can't help but scowl when things are not working out the way I'd like, or I feel an actual physical ache in my chest when something really goes wrong. These are the marks of a really good book for me and Sweet Filthy Boy hit all three. I was connected with this book and the characters right from the start and so enthralled there was no looking back.

Sweet Filthy Boy was pure entertainment. From the laughter, to the adventure of it all, to even the bit of heartache, this book was everything I hoped for and more and I enjoyed every last minute of it.

Rating: 5 Stars

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