Christmas Awards 2011

Wednesday, 6 November 2013


Rush by Maya Banks

Publisher: Berkley

February 2013

ISBN: 978-0-425-26704-2

Pages: 396

Contemporary, New York City

Mia Crestwell has had the biggest crush on her brother’s best friend since she was a teenager.  It doesn’t matter to her that he is fourteen years older than she is.  She knows he is completely out of her league but over the years her attraction has just gotten stronger.  Now that she is an adult there is nothing to stop her from trying to act on her desires.

Gabe Hamilton takes one look at Mia when she walks into his hotel’s grand opening and knows he is going to go to hell for the ideas and plans going through his mind. Mia may be his best friend’s little sister but she is definitely all grown up now.  Gabe is going to act on his desires since he was been waiting for a long time to do so.

As Mia moves more into Gabe’s world she finds out there is a lot more to him that she ever knew.  As their secret relationship gets more intense and their emotions get deeper it puts them at risk of being exposed.  It also makes them vulnerable to a betrayal more intimate than they expected.  They will find out just now deep their feelings goes and if they are strong enough to survive.

This is a very hot book that is hard to put down once the reader starts it.  The characters are interesting and as the story moves along the reader learns more about them and what motivates them.  This one will take readers on an emotional roller coaster that will have readers reading just to see what will happen between Mia and Gabe and if they will be able to have the happy ever after that they deserve.  This is the first book in a trilogy and will have readers wanting to read the next one just to see what happens with the two secondary characters that play a major role to this story line. This is another great book from this author and for readers that have not read her other books they will find themselves looking for more from this author.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses


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