Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Review: Fearless Trilogy

Fearless by Annie Jocoby

Pages: 192
Genre: New Adult, Romance
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Published July 15th 2014
Purchase Link : Amazon ONLY .99!

Beautiful heiress Dalilah Gallagher, a former child art prodigy, has lost her way. Harsh criticism in her formative years has left her floundering and without the artistic voice that once centered her life. Now, at the age of 20, she has spent the last nine years trying to reclaim what she lost. 

Her struggles lead her to the nude-modeling world in New York City, where she hopes she will find her passion for art again. What she finds is surprising: Her artistic voice isn't gone, merely misplaced.

Luke Roberts has a different problem. Raised by a solid, working-class fisherman in Maine, Luke is a gifted artist struggling to get a foothold in the busy New York City art scene. His gifts attract the attention of a wealthy benefactor, Blake Nottingham, who finds himself fascinated with Dalilah. Nottingham commissions Luke to provide him with a piece of art: A painting of Dalilah. 

As the two young artists fall in love, Dalilah finds her artistic voice once more, so she'll do anything to help Luke find the prominence he deserves. This leads to a dangerous game of deceit puts Dalilah in Nottingham's clutches when she tries to manipulate him into helping Luke. 

Nottingham isn't easily manipulated, though, and things go seriously awry for Dalilah. What happens when the manipulated becomes the manipulator? 

Will Dalilah's lies cause her to lose the one person that means everything her? 

* * Warning : For ages 18+ due to Steamy Scenes * * 

Dalilah is a child prodigy who was pretty much washed out by the age of 11. Hurt by some hateful words blocked Dalilah's talent and shes been trying to get in touch with her old talent at the age of 20. Growing up she manage to get herself a couple of stalkers who admire her beauty and talent now and then. Now shes a nude model for other painters and managed to be hired to pose for a portrait painted by Luke for himself with the whole starving artist thing. Now she must paint Dalilah for a Blake Nottingham who is has a obsession for Dalilah. As times goes on with each painting session the attraction between Blake and Dalilah grow. Trying to give Luke what he wants Dalilah wants to decieve the wealthy and well connected Blake Nottingham to get Luke the spotlight he deserves.

I thought that this was an enjoyable book. but just as a warning there is a major cliffhanger left and the ending that'll leave you wanting more. I managed to catch myself saying out loud What?!? I loved that there was the dual point of view, I loved that they didn't instantly jump in the sack that they at least went out. I already knew that the deception was gonna turn out bad and I'm curious of how it'll get further into checking the next book. Overall this book was fast paced, steamy and enjoyable. I can't wait to check out this next book I recommend you lovely readers to check this book out!

Rather then writing individual but similar reviews to each book to this trilogy I thought I would put the review as one. I thought that this was a great trilogy with a bit of everything, romance, steam and loads of drama. Some areas seemed ridiculous but that's what make the book interesting and unique. Throughout the books I kept wondering when Nottingham would make his appearance and screw things up for Dalilah and Luke. There is so much going on with this book that'll keep the readers interesting. There is never a dull moment. 

Just be warned once you get one book your going to want to get the next book straight away because the ending of the first two left a bit of a hanger that'll leave you wanting to see what happens after. I thought that ending was interesting and loved that it felt complete that there was nothing left to wonder about. Overall this was a great book and I recommend you lovely readers who love a great steamy and drama-filled book.

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