Series: Beachwood Bay #8
Author: Melody Grace
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Release Date: July 21, 2014
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About Uninhibited:He’ll teach her a pleasure beyond her wildest dreams…
Alicia Wright isn’t the kind of girl to make out with a stranger in a dark alley. She’s spent years playing it safe, pining after the perfect man – who’s about to marry someone else. She doesn’t know how to move on, until a sexy stranger turns her world upside down with a wickedly tempting proposition…
She’ll rescue him from the edge of oblivion…
Rock star Dex Callahan swore his days of fame and debauchery were behind him, but the spotlight keeps calling his name. Determined not to fall into his old life, he goes looking for distraction -- and finds an intoxicating red-head with a mouth made for sin. One kiss could never be enough, so Dex offers her a deal: spend one week with him, and she’ll forget her old flame ever existed.
Together, they’ll ignite a passion that will change them forever…
No rules. No limits. As the whirlwind week of pleasure unfolds, Alicia discovers a desire she never knew existed – and the tortured heart Dex hides behind his charming smile. But can old loves so easily be replaced? And when the week is over, will their bond be strong enough to weather the storm?
Melody Grace returns with her sexiest book yet!
*This book contains adult situations and explicit content. 17+*
UNINHIBITED is part of the Beachwood Bay series, but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone novel.
First things first: the relationship in this book is confusing. The way it’s described from chapter to chapter doesn’t really seem consistent. I found myself constantly questioning what I knew about their past. It wasn’t even that different characters saw it differently. One character will describe it as sweet and innocent in one chapter, and hot and sexy in another.
That lack of clarity just left me too confused to enjoy the book much.
Alicia was also kind of annoying. Her life was guided by what never seemed much more than a puppy love crush. And even as she’s moving on, the way she views relationships seems very childish. I frequently found myself rolling my eyes.
But I still got caught up in the book. It still made me feel, and strongly at that. I felt for Dex so hard, and even for Alicia at times. The pain was real, and it was spectacular (going for a Seinfeld reference there…).
About Melody Grace:
Book-lover and author of USA Today & international bestselling Beachwood Bay series. UNCONDITIONAL out March 18th! I’m 28, a SoCal transplant, and sexy new adult romance junkie 😉