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Satin (A Material World #2) by KC Wells

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Blurb

Can a touch of Satin bring a straight copper to his knees?

Detective Joel Hunter is on surveillance when he first lays eyes on Satin, the singer with the amazing voice, which is as beautiful as she is. But when the stake-out comes to an end, he can’t resist going back to the bar. He gets a shock when he learns what lies beneath the satin dress, but an even bigger one when he realizes he’s attracted to the owner of that sultry voice – Ross Dauntry.
Ross can’t figure out why the cop keeps coming back, even after he’s learned the truth. Is Joel attracted to him, or to Satin? Because the answer is important, and one way or another, Ross needs to know…

 

 

Review

Satin can be read as a standalone story.
What I like about KC Wells is that she gives you characters you can believe in. Joel’s confidence in dating is at a low point. Women think he’s boring. Ross (Satin) has also had bad luck dating. They start meeting as friends and get on so well together. The story unfolds from there.

What I like about both Lace (book 1) and Satin is that in both cases the main characters have to learn to be comfortable with themselves. Ross likes to wear Satin because it boosts his confidence and Joel with the fact that he finds Ross attractive. Accepting a new side of yourself is not easy and the struggle they go through is compelling to read. Joel is dense when it comes to relationships and doesn’t really understand how he is hurting Ross. There were times I wanted to give Joel a shake. Ross wears his heart on his sleeve and maybe that scares Joel. I love the pair of them. Both strong and fragile at the same time. For me it’s a sign of a great story when I get wrapped up in the characters. I highly recommend it.

5 of 5 stars!

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