Sunday, January 31, 2016

Shuffle Review...


Will Campbell, Ruby Riot bassist, is back at university and failing badly at everything apart from partying.

With Ruby Riot on a break, Will returns to university to finish his degree. He needs major help if he wants to pass his final year and attempts to join a not-very-rock star study group. Will is horrified to discover the person organising the group is Fleur Roberts, the girl he’s secretly crushed on for two years and who recently threatened him with a restraining order.

Fleur’s rock stars are history academics. She has no interest in any variety of pierced, tattooed slacker, especially not the jackass rock star who humiliated her at a party. There’s no way in Hell that Will Campbell is joining her group.

Faced with losing the easiest way to fix his academic problems, Will has the perfect solution: pretend he’s his twin, Nate. Will and Nate have swapped identities before so nothing can go wrong. Surely.

Fleur is successful academically, but her love life is a failure. Following a number of disastrous dates, she finds herself falling in love with a guy who is lying to her. But Will’s deceit isn’t the only thing about to shatter her world. When another man Fleur trusted betrays her, and she attempts to retaliate, Fleur discovers how dangerous he is. And when Will becomes involved, the repercussions threaten both of their futures.

Shuffle is the second standalone book in the Ruby Riot series and can be read separately to the first book.

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Fleur hates Will and is one of the few girls who feels that way.  Will has had a thing for her since he first noticed her.  After pissing her off at a party he knows she won't let him into her study group when he needs help.  So he pretends he to be his identical Nate.  But then they begin falling for each other.  What can possibly go wrong?  What happens when the truth comes out?  Can they overcome the obstacles?  Do they live happily ever after?

Wow, so good!  I absolutely loved the characters.  They were so fun and dynamic.  The whole twin switch, while slightly confusing, was interesting and fun.  It made the book so different and I liked it a lot.  I have never read a book quite like this one.  I've read books with twins but the switch in this one was different.  What a great plot and idea.  Amazing pacing and flow as well.  I loved the writing style and felt like I was a part of this book.

I can't say enough about this book to tell you how much I loved this book.  I will definitely go back and read Cadence as well as keep my eyes open for the next book.  This amazing author has been added to my favorites list.  So amazing!

Lisa is an Amazon bestselling author of contemporary and paranormal romance. She is originally from the UK and moved to Australia in 2001. She now lives in Perth, Western Australia with her husband, three children, and Weimaraner, Tilly, who often makes appearances on Lisa’s social media.
Lisa’s first publication was a moving poem about the rain, followed by a suspenseful story about shoes. Following these successes at nine years old there was a long gap in her writing career, until she published her first book in 2013.
In the past, Lisa worked as an English teacher in France, as an advertising copywriter in England, and ran her own business in Australia. Now she spends her days with imaginary rock stars.
She lived in Europe as a child and also travelled when she left university. This has given Lisa stories which would sound far-fetched if she wrote them down, and maybe one day she will. These days, Lisa is happy in her writing cave, under Tilly’s supervision.


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