I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jill Shalvis
Released: May 7, 2013
Series: Sky High #3
Published by Kensington
“[Shalvis is] so good at creating humor and chemistry that it feels authentic to the story and definitely had me smiling throughout.” ~ Under the Covers
I was in the mood for some Jill Shalvis but had read everything new she had put out in recent years. So I decided to go back and revist her Sky High series with SUPERB AND SEXY. This series is a little bit different from what Shalvis writes now. It has a little bit of a mystery subplot to go along with the romance. While this series has been enjoyable to read, I definitely think Shalvis has become more of a polished wrier with her books now.
In SUPERB AND SEXY, Brody tries to weasel his way into Maddie’s life despite her best efforts to get rid of him. It involves a little hassling, some breaking and entering but at least it’s all made with good intentions, right?
Maddie has his own set of problems that she desires to keep away from her hot employer but she should know by now that Brody doesn’t take well to rejection. The little suspense plot is a nice little touch to this book. However, I think the real magic happens when Brody and Maddie are together, just being themselves. Shalvis’ writing has definitely improved with the years, but you can still see the talent in this series. She’s so good at creating humor and chemistry that it feels authentic to the story and definitely had me smiling throughout.
Having finished this series off, I only have Shalvis’ baseball series and a couple more of the firefighter ones to read until I can say I’ve devoured her entire backlist, but until then, I’ll have to get my grubby hands on more Shalvis! I can’t seem to get enough of her!
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