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Friday, April 13, 2018

Saints & Sinners Presents: Worshipped by Brie Paisley; #BlogTour, #NowAvailable, #OutNow, #Reivew


Cover design by Arijana Karčić from Cover It! Designs
Photograph and photography by Christopher Correia of CJC
Cover model: Gus Caleb Smyrnios
Cover model: Jeremiah Buoni
Cover model: Lauren Summer
Rating: 4 Stars
Told in the first person.

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received this book for review from Saints & Sinners and the author.  I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review.  The opinions I have expressed are my own.  I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255:  "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising".

Trying to move forward with my life, I’m putting the past behind me. Surrounding myself with my best friend and work, I focus on living life the way I want. That’s until fate steps in and shows me something that I never knew I needed. 
The encounter with Isaac was purely by chance.
The date with Conner was very much planned. 
Both men give me more than I ever thought possible, and I’m beginning to realize that I could never live without them. Our relationship is unconventional, but nothing else matters now that they’re mine. 
The only problem is our pasts refuse to stay where they belong. 
Mine threatens to rip apart everything I’ve fought so hard to overcome. 
Isaac and Conner’s threaten to take away the life we’re slowly building together. 
Even with all the obstacles and doubts around us, nothing will stop me from protecting the ones I love. 

Riley Blake is feeling frustrated and you can feel that coming off the page.  If you’ve ever been in that situation, you’ll know what she’s going through.  Cammie has a way of helping Riley get her emotions and other things in check.  What surprised me was how quickly their friendship changed.  Isaac Walton is able to turn an awkward situation around and it all happened with a little luck.  He’s both a smooth operator and fast worker but Riley doesn’t seem to mind.  Conner Davidson seems to be cut from the same cloth as Isaac and that’s not too surprising based on their history.

The further you get into this story you will need to decide if you need a window open or a fan handy because the steam heat that will be coming off the e-reader ~ mmm…  What I liked about Riley was that she owns her sexuality – she doesn’t try to hide it or make any type of excuses.  She’s very upfront about her preferences.  I will say that Isaac appears to need a little nudge in that department.  He seemed to expect Riley to figure things out on her own.  And because she’s the one telling us the story, you know that she’s curious and frustrated – and we’re right there with her.

Sometimes a lot happens in the first book of a series but here you won’t mind the length because everything flows nicely – especially since the author adds in a little mystery and suspense.  The book shows love in all its different forms so that’s something you have to decide if you’re comfortable with.  If you’re a reader that likes the twist and turns that an author can come up with than it may be one you want to check out.  If you’re someone that minds anything that isn’t vanilla than you will not want to have this in your library.  The ending when it comes will leave you hanging and wondering what’s coming next – hanging on by my fingertips.

Brie Paisley is a small town gal from Mississippi. She always wanted to write at a
young age and was always filling journals with her thoughts and short stories.
Brie started with the idea of Worshipped a year ago and with the encouragement
of her husband and sister in law, she was able to write her first book. When
she is not writing, you can find her reading a good book, painting,
scrapbooking, or watching a good movie with her husband and her boxer.

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