Thursday, April 9, 2015

Title: Getting Out of Hand
Series: Sapphire Falls #1
Author: Erin Nicholas

Genius scientist Mason Riley can cure world hunger, impress the media and piss off the Vice President of the United States all before breakfast. But he’s not sure he can get through his high school class reunion.

Then he meets the new girl in town.

Adrianne Scott loves Sapphire Falls. The sleepy little town has been the perfect place to escape her fast-paced, high stress lifestyle. Her only plans now include opening her candy shop and living a quiet, drama-free life.

Until Mason Riley bids four hundred dollars just to dance with her.

Mason sure doesn’t look—or kiss—like a genius scientist geek. In fact, he makes Adrianne’s heart pound like nothing she’s ever experienced. Passion like this with a guy who travels the world and parties at the White House should probably be a red flag for a girl who wants a simple boring life.

Good thing no one falls in love in a weekend.

WARNING: read only if you don't mind some naughty words, sexy times described in great detail, humor, small town quirkiness, meddling best friends, mud in the kitchen, references to bisexuality, oh and talk about candy... and that's not a euphemism for anything... actual candy.

Getting Out of Hand begins when Mason's best friend forces him to go back to his home town. The town that once shunned him, and was cruel to him for being different, a geek. He didn't want to go, but he realizes that this is his chance to show them how far he made it in life. But he never expected to meet Adrianne. She's new to town, and she's experienced some of Mason's life style before as well. But these two have an instant attract to each other almost instantly. They can't seem to stay away even though neither one really understands it. But they know it can not last. Mason must leave, and Adrianne has a few issues to deal with as well. However, love makes people do stupid things, and these two may just take the cake. 

I picked this book for my "Pick it For Me Challenge," and I really did like it. I got a little annoyed with some of the drama, because it seemed a little bit childish. But I did really like both the hero and heroine, and I loved the plot line. 
The relationship between the hero and heroine was awesome as well. I loved how the heroine was willing to do almost anything for the hero, and she kept trying to save him and protect him. I really enjoyed that. And the plus side, it had a whole lot of steamy parts as well. I also look forward to reading others in this series now. 

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