Thursday, September 17, 2015

Title: The Other P-Word
Series: In Other Words #3
Author: M.K. Schiller


Suffering from a dark past, he lives his life with passion but no purpose. She planned everything…except him.

Billie Price has always had a plan for her life. On the surface, it all appears on track. But there has always been something missing. Even though she has a purpose, there is no passion to fuel it. Then she meets a mysterious stranger with a dark past. Except Evan Wright is all kinds of wrong—the tattoo-clad, guitar-strumming, Harley-riding modern day drifter is definitely not the right man for her. Yet she finds herself drawn to him and The Lost Souls’ Club—the eclectic bar where he works. As all her carefully strung plans unravel, Evan is there to comfort her. As their attraction grows, Billie can’t resist the temptation, even though Evan will leave in the fall. At least they have all summer together, not to mention the man knows how to narrate the perfect sex scene for the book she’s writing. But as she crashes into Evan’s world, Billie has to ask herself—can passion prevail when there is no purpose?

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of anal sex. Warning—this book contains one raunchy tattoo-clad musician who can rock his tongue as well as a guitar!

Publisher Note: This book is part of a series but can be read as a standalone novel, as can any of the books in the In Other Words Series.


 The Other P-Word begins when Billie has a really crappy day and goes to a bar she knows Evan, a guy she meet a few weeks ago, will be. After having a night to get her sorrows out, she realizes that she and Evan would be really good friends. But the problem is both want more, but she knows he's not going to stay in town long and she will most likely get her heart crushed. However, along the way she realizes that she can't hold back any longer, and that maybe her best chance is to give him a reason to stay with her... 

This book was really good. I enjoyed the plot line from start to finish! I also really liked Evan and Billie, although both of them had me frustrated a time or two during the story. 
It was also really nice to see characters from the previous books, and how they were managing life now.  

This book made me laugh, cry, and even had a few steamy scenes as well. I can not wait for more in this series. 
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