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Check this steamy title out this week by Stoni Alexander!!!


Beautiful Stepbrother

Look, but don’t touch…

Thriving land developer Zander King lives to work and works to win. He’s tightly wound, in complete control, and by the book. When he learns the person blocking the biggest deal of his career is his gorgeous, laid-back stepsister, he’s determined to make her see things his way. But she’s so damned irresistible…all he can think about is her, naked and in his bed.

Landscape photographer Savannah Morrissette’s happy place is behind the camera. Vistas, sunrises and sunsets nourish her free-spirited soul and liberate her from her past. When misfortune strikes, she’s reunited with her breathtakingly beautiful stepbrother. The one who dominated her naughty teenage fantasies. And she can’t stop the overpowering urge to live them out—in every dirty way imaginable.

With his business in jeopardy and her photo shoot imploding, Zander and Savannah must work together as temptation escalates to a dizzying crescendo. Lusting after each other is wrong on too many levels. But how can it be wrong if it feels so right?

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Fly Girl’s Review:

Stoni has brought her amazing story telling to us once again.  I’m so impressed with her as a breakout author last year that I’m considering joining her ARC team.  I’ve read everything she’s written and reviewed it all on Wickedcoolflight, so you can catch up.  However this story is not part of her Touch Series.

This is a departure from the group of friends’ story she tells in the Touch series.  This one is a hot of late sub-genre about family love stories.  Those between step siblings.  I like that in this one, there is not connecting family left, ie: the father/stepfather.  It makes the story less complicated and purely about Zander and Savannah.  I also like the environmental approach she took to the land project.  In the end she handles that beautifully where both sides win.  She also uses Savannah to change Zander’s way of thinking with regards to big business and how being environmentally sound could be done even in big business.

To the love story though, because that is what all of you guys are here for.  Zander and Savannah believe their romance and attraction is taboo because they once lived under the same roof.  Albeit that was over 10 years prior.  They try very hard not to want each other, but realize in order to resolve the mess their father/stepfather left them they must spend an inordinate amount of time together.  The close proximity and the feelings Savannah still harbors from her teenage years are what drives the two of them together.  When they discover they can count on one another when the chips are down or in a crisis, they realize maybe they have more than a fleeting attraction for one another.  The sex as usual is very hot in this one and the angst is at a high level because both is saying, “we shouldn’t” while they “are”.

Stoni brings it once more with this book and I can’t wait for her next book to arrive on e-readers everywhere.  Pick this one up if this is your trope and enjoy to your hearts content.  You truly won’t be disappointed.  So I’m giving this a 4.5 of 5 rating.  Happy Reading my passengers.

4.5 of 5 Propellers

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Stoni Alexander writes erotic romance about tortured alpha males and independent, strong-willed heroines. In a previous life, she ventured into acting, appearing in numerous television, film and stage productions before transitioning to a successful career in business. Stoni spent her childhood moving around like a gypsy and appreciates her deep-seated roots in the DC Metro area. She’s married to the love of her life, is an über-proud football mom, and dreams of the day when her muse will inspire her at will.

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