Title: Good Vibrations (Welcome to Paradise, #1)
Author: S. L. Scott
Release date: June 10, 2013
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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I grab her exploring finger just as it reaches my happy trail—a trail that if I let her wander down further will lead us to do things we can’t take back. Things like three-word phrases being confessed that would end me if I was rejected. Things like selfishly wanting to own her body and doing things to her that would make my fantasies blush. And things like making her promises too soon that won’t do either of us any good. She makes me want a future that’s not possible, and one I don’t deserve.
Listening to my ego got me into this situation. Will listening to my heart get me out?
Barnes & Nobles:
5 of 5 Good Vibrations
First off I have to start this review with a bang by saying KUDOS to S.L. for writing such a great and phenomenal read. I LOVED LOVED LOVED Good Vibrations. I have read a lot of New Adult books but this one was a little different and with summer time here I was so hooked I wished I could have read it on the beach but it is sad to say that where I live it is still raining.
Mallory is going to be vacationing in Hawaii with her best friend Sunny for the summer. She is expecting to have fun in the sun. She has just completed a year in college and a long relationship that ended so she is looking forward to some fun in the sun with no strings attached. Let's face it you are in Hawaii with all those hot a$ surfer guys who would want to be in a relationship?
Well things don't go as planned when Mallory meets Evan. Lord the chemistry is instant and Mallory knows she is in trouble because she can't stop looking at him and wanting to know who he is. Evan is a bad boy doing what he wants when he wants and with whom he wants. He does not do relationships but ops for the chew and screw and is up front and honest with the girls he hooks up with. Only when he meets Mallory she sparks something in him that makes him want more.
Then Mallory meets the sweet ever loving Noah. Oh Noah is such a sweet heart and he likes Mallory a lot and he wants to be with her. So Noah sets out to get the girl of his dreams only to find out he has competition and not just any old ordinary competition but Noah's ex-best friend Evan. Noah and Evan were best friends until something happened and they are no longer friends they don't even speak to one another. So when they find out they are vying for the same girl the gloves come off and it is on like donkey kong!
Will Mallory go for the bad boy Evan or the good guy Noah?
About the Author:
S.L. Scott has a degree in Journalism and is the author of the novels—Naturally, Charlie, and A Prior Engagement as well as several novellas, including Sleeping with Mr. Sexy and Morning Glory--all currently available on Amazon. Pursuing her passion for telling stories, she spends her days escaping into her characters, letting them lead her on their adventures. She is a Contributor to Huffington Post and writes for her own blog along with several other popular sites.
Travelling, music festivals, and surfing are a few of the hobbies she loves, but she doesn't get to enjoy on a regular basis. She has an obsession with movies, a varied taste in books, and collects Fitz & Floyd teapots. With a memory full of useless trivia facts, and a Keurig addiction, she loves a fun night in with her family as much as a loud night out with her friends.
Scott lives in the lively city of Austin with her husband, two young sons, and two Papillons, enjoying life in the beautiful hill country of Texas.
She welcomes your notes at email@example.com.
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