I Found You


What it’s all about

Tomorrow is for regrets. Tonight is for being together.

On a cold winter night, Rachel and Jason’s lives collide on Manhattan Bridge. She’s running from life, he’s running toward it. But compassion urges him to help her.

His offer of a place to stay leads to friendship and trouble. There’s his fiancée back home in Oregon and a family who just don’t trust this girl from the wrong side of the tracks.

But when the connection between them is so electric, so right… everyone else must be wrong. And as the snow begins to settle on the Hudson, there’s nothing but the possibility of what could be – of this, right here, right now. Them

What I thought

Earlier this year I read the Jane Lark book Illicit Love and I really liked it. I was even surprised at myself. So when I sat down to read I Found You I expected the same style of writing. I was blown away. This was by Jane Lark but it was like reading a brand new author.

I Found You is an amazing book. It is dark and edgy yet flirtatious and even made me laugh. Its such a combination that made me not want to put my kindle down at all. It is that kind of book that gives you a knot in your stomach because you are anticipating what is going to happen and either you really really want it to happen or you really really don’t. I think Jane portrays the characters fantastically and she takes her time to delve right in under their skins, she doesn’t just hit you with an overload of information right away. Which in turn will make you use you imagination – trying to figure it all out for yourself. That’s what reading is all about, right?

At the end I just didn’t feel like the story had finished. However a quick tweet to Jane Lark herslef (who I might add always responds to tweets) told me that I need not worry – not only will there be a second book but a whole series of them. I do believe the Bitch herself is getting a story too! Who is the bitch? You will see just as soon as you have read it.

To read the first chapter of I Found You simply click on the image at the top!

To buy I Found You click HERE for UK readers and HERE for everyone else

Annie Reviews Unbearable


What it’s all about

How do you survive the loss of a mother you thought didn’t love you…until it was too late?

How do you forgive the person who hurt you the most?

How do you survive the person who won’t let you go?

How can your heart continue to trust the person you thought you knew?

How many secrets are too many?

How can you say no, when your body screams yes?

How can you deny a love that has no boundaries?

Slade and Samantha’s story continues…

Annie’s Review

Unbearable is the second book in a series by Shantel Tessier. Picking back up right where Undesricbable left off, Shantel Tessier left the reader in no doubt as to what had happened, no stone was left unturned and no question unanswered.

Like many others I assumed we were getting Josh and Courtney’s story. I figured Slade and Sam were done! I was wrong – something I don’t easily admit to!.
When you delve into Unbearable be ready. You will find yourself immersed with lust which in turn leads to sex – lots of sex, secrets which can only mean lies. Lets not forget the drama. Oh the drama!

Sam spent her whole life feeling unloved; her mother, the one person who is supposed to love you unconditionally bailed on her. By the time Sam realises that you can’t always take things at face value, that they aren’t always what they seem – its too late. Sam doesn’t know how to forgive herself for not trying harder to see things for what they truly were, but how could she when all she was faced with was LIES! How can she grieve for someone you already let go? Sam struggles with accepting life and pushes away Slade, her handcuff loving sex god of a boyfriend.

Slade has his own past. No matter how much he has changed his whoring ways, the skeletons continuously keep coming out of the closet. How can he build a relationship with Sam when people keep interfering?

Unbearable brings us back into the lives of the characters from Undescribable and introduced us to some more. Not least, Tate, hot and smoldering sexy Tate.. WOW! He is a whole lot of sexy, I am pretty sure Shantel plucked him directly out of my fantasies! If the Gods are good Shantel will give him his own book. What do ya say Shantel?. However as wit life you cannot have the good with out the bad. While it’s lovely to have the same characters in this book, some of the bad just came back badder. They are like a bad case of crabs and they just won’t go away and cause nothing but pain and suffering. I seriously wanted to jump inside the book and put a smack down on a couple of them!

Unbearable was everything I hoped it would be and more. It was an amazing read that never had a dull spot! I would give it a 4.5 Star.