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REVIEW - Loveless by N. Isabelle Blanco


Author: N. Isabelle Blanco
Cover Design by Coquette Graphics
Genre: Romance/Erotica
Publication Date: May 10th 2016


BLURB

One night.
An agreement.
The obsession that ensues . . . 

Paige

He told me he only wanted sex with me.
I’ve agreed to his terms. 
Elijah will be my first lover—I’ll let him have my virginity.
But I won’t give him anything other than that.

Elijah

She was supposed to be one of many. 
My greatest conquest yet. 
But she’s in my blood now. Inside my fucking soul.
It won’t end at just the sex with us.
I won’t let it. 







BETUL'S REVIEW

**Received ARC in exchange for an honest review**



"You could slice me up, piece by piece, until there's nothing left in me, and I'd still come back to you for more."

The blurb did not pique my interest at all. I try to stay away from books with the whole friends with benefits and anti-commitment plots. It is just not my thing. However when the author asked if I wanted a copy of the book I didn't hesitate and said yes. I'm happy I made that decision because I made a promise to myself that I would broaden my reading horizon and try to give plots/tropes/genres that I normally stay away from a chance. This book proved that I shouldn't always judge a book by it's synopsis and also give books I normally wouldn't read a chance.

Loveless is about the co-workers Paige and Elijah. Elijah is your typical, too -sexy-for-his-own-good manwhore. Paige is the 23 year old virgin who wants to get rid of her virginity but wants to at least feel some connection/attraction to the guy she wants to give it up to. Oh man there was so much sexual tension between these two. My kindle was on FIRE!! Paige just can't resist Elijah and they agree on being friend with benefits for a very short time. Paige just wants to lose her virginity and go on with her life. Elijah is all up for this because he doesn't do relationships. It sounded like the best deal for both of them, but I was really surprised about the person who caught feelings first. 

I think what I really liked about this book was that the characters knew each other and that it didn't start from the beginning when they first met. Sometimes I just want to start from the middle of the book because then it really becomes interesting. Because the main character Paige was stuck-up and playing like she wan't interested, and I just can't such females so I was glad I didn't have to read about that. From the moment I started reading the characters were all over each other. Their chemistry was off the chain. There was two times Paige assumed something and that pissed me off. I can't stand for characters to right off the bat assume something and not ask for an explanation. That is how you ruin a relationship! Also I want to mention that the dirty talking in this book was super hot! Elijah really knows how to talk! Also I wish there was an epilogue. I am just a sucker for them and I really wanted to know where Paige and Elijah would end up in five or ten years down the road.





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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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N. Isabelle Blanco was born in Queens, NY (USA). At the age of three, due to an odd fascination with studying her mother’s handwriting, she began to read and write. By the time she’d reached kindergarten, she had an extensive vocabulary and her obsession with words began to bleed into every aspect of her life.

An avid reader in her teens, her fascination with Japanese anime eventually led her to the universe of fan fiction, which became her on-again, off-again hobby for the next ten years. During that time she amassed a following of fans that, by her own admission, she would never be able to live without. It was those fans who encouraged her to step beyond the fan fiction realm and try her talent in the publishing world.
N. Isabelle Blanco spends her days working as an author, web programmer, marketer, and graphic designer. That is when she isn’t handling her “spawn”, as she calls her son, and brainstorming with him about his future career as a comic book illustrator.

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