Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Review For Deanndra Hall's Karen And Brett At 326 Harper's Cove

Book Synopsis:

Come and visit the neighbors of Harper's Cove. Every couple on the street is pretty sure they're the only ones doing something as kinky as they're doing, but the joke's on them!

Karen and Brett at 326 Harper's Cove kicks off the series. They seem like your average neighbors, but Karen and Brett have a secret - well, they have twelve of them. And every Saturday night their secrets converge for the biggest, most adventurous party on the block. They've been holding their weekly "parties" every week for years, and they're not inclined to stop because of one snoopy neighbor. Sometimes they even carry part of the party over into the late night and next morning. They're doing a very good job of keeping everything on the down-low too. Or so they think.

But Gloria is sure they're up to something; matter of fact, Gloria's sure EVERYONE in the neighborhood is up to something, and she's certain that it's no good. She pokes, prods, and prowls to try to figure out what her neighbors are hiding. She's quick to corner them at the mailbox and question them, sometimes even trying to invite herself to their homes. They're all on to her, and they're doing their best to stay away from her and keep her out of the business. They get a little additional help from her long-suffering husband, Russell, who thinks she's either making things up or imagining them. After all, between the "cough syrup" every morning, her Bloody Mary lunch, her happy hour stress-reliever, and her evening mixer, not to mention her "in-between meal snacks," Gloria's prone to making up and seeing things that aren't there anyway. Even Russell's threats of returning her to rehab don't stop Gloria from sneaking around, peeking into windows, and generally being the nosy busybody of the neighborhood.

Wouldn't Gloria be surprised if she realized that those gallon bottles she saw them carrying in were full of lube, not liquor?

Written from first-person perspective of two of the characters, the Harper's Cove series novellas are quick, fun, steamy reads. They'll tickle your funny bone AND put a sizzle in your shorts! At 20K-25K words, they're perfect for a lazy afternoon's entertainment or a quick bedtime jolt to the libido. The books are not dependent on each other and can be read in any order. At their completion, the series will be at least six books (maybe even more!) and each will be just as hot and hilarious.

Visit Harper's Cove and get into the lives of the kinkiest neighborhood in town. They're up to things that your neighbors would never do.

Or would they?

My Review:

I was given a complimentary copy of this by Deanndra to see if it was a series I would enjoy, And I thoroughly loved it,  and giggle, I haven't giggled that much for a long while.

The antics of the couples were mind blowing, there was no spite, hate, jealousy or favouritism it was pure joy for each and every group member.

Oh too be a fly on the wall, if only Gloria could shrink to the size of a fly......oh what she would see.

Gloria is the nosey neighbour, she wants to know exactly what is going on behind closed doors, and although she does get a slight glimpse into their weekend lifestyles she needs to see more.............

This book has got me addicted to the Harper Cover series and I will def be reading more.

4 Stars from me.

A Little About The Author:

Deanndra Hall is a working writer living in far western Kentucky. A free spirit and chronic jokester, she and her partner of over 30 years enjoy visiting their two adult children and their partners and playing with their three crazy little dogs. When she's not writing, Deanndra can be found kayaking, working out at the gym, cooking something healthy, or reading. After writing for business, industry, academia, and non-profits for years and having her work credited to others, she jumped into the fiction realm, particularly erotic fiction and erotica, and had so much fun she never looked back. Look for her on Twitter and Facebook and on her website and blog.

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