I have loved this series and I didn’t think the previous book could be beaten but I must admit Stroked Hard is my favourite of the three in the series. If you haven’t read the first two books, then I recommend you do so to fully enjoy the characters in this series.
After getting a glimpse of Hollis in the first book my interest in him was piqued and I was so happy to see this was his book, from the offset his quirky humour, quick wit and one liners had me chuckling. Though there is more to Hollis and he really is romance book material, he isn’t a love and leave ‘em guy, he wants the full shebang when it comes to relationships and his dirty mouth is a big plus for me. I am a little in love with Hollis I do admit.
Melony is a great character; she is the opposite of Hollis when it comes to relationships as she has major daddy/abandonment issues but even though she still holds her own when it comes to Hollis and gives him as good as she gets. I must admit though her issues were very real I did want to shake her somewhat towards the middle of the book but that may be because Hollis had won me over already.
Hollis and Melony’s story will have you laughing out loud at the banter between these characters. There is some angst but overall it’s an enjoyable humorous read that we expect of this author.
This was a fantastic addition to this series that I’m sad to see end but this rounds off the series perfectly. I can’t wait to see what Meghan has lined up for us next.
Reviewed by Vikki Ryan
He’s hot. Like, stop breathing kind of hot with his killer body, vivid blue eyes, and constant five o’clock shadow.
Did I mention his body?
Watching Hollis Knightly, Olympic diving gold medalist, man-pony specialist—and cocky bastard—stand up on the diving platform in nothing but a small piece of Spandex? Yeah, I’m beguiled.
And easily seduced.
I want to keep things light but he won’t leave me alone. And hell, if he’s not wearing me thin.
What is supposed to be a simple summer fling with a very hot man, has now morphed into a f*cked-up mess of feelings, attachment, and dare I say it…love. But I don’t do relationships. And Hollis Knightly does.