Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Review - RUSH by Gina Gordon

by Gina Gordon

3.5 of 5 Stars

Everly Parker is about to graduate from law school, always busy, and can’t stop rushing through life. Her late grandmother left her a bucket list of meaningful, can’t-miss experiences, but she hasn’t completed a single one. Then searing-hot Max Levin bursts into her world. As a casting director for a porn production company, Max is loaded, cocky, and all wrong for Everly. Still, she’s tempted enough to cross the first item off her list: Go out with someone you’d never give the time of day.

Inheriting a porn empire isn’t every guy’s dream (well, actually, it probably is), but Max isn’t complaining. It’s just that until he meets Everly, he has no idea what he’s been missing. As the pressure mounts to take over the family business, Max can’t help wondering what would happen if he chose Everly instead. So far, his life has been a wild ride, but only Everly promises the greatest rush of all: love.

Everly is a smart focused woman. She is busy studying for her law degree and letting life pass her by. When she meets Max she gives into her dead grandmas wishes to step out side the box. Although she is a confident woman she stumbles more than once as to feeling she isn't experienced or good enough for Max.

There is just something that draws the cock arrogant Max to Everly. She is definitely not the normal type that Mr. Vice President of Porn goes for. It is funny that Max is supposed to be helping Everly achieve living life but he appears to be getting just as many lessons the more time they spend together.

Will they learn the lessons poised for them and move on or will something more come from the time spent together? This was a fun read about opening up and seeing past the stereotypes to the real people beneath the mask.

**Advanced copy provided for an honest review**


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