Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Losing You, Finding Me

Losing Me, Finding You
by C.M. Stunich

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Rating: 5/5 Stars


'Losing Me, Finding You', a New Adult/Biker/Contemporary Romance Erotica Novel Recommended for Ages 18 and Up

"Austin Sparks crushes me against the pool table with his hips, the roughness of his jeans rubbing against the smoothness of my thighs as he pushes up my skirt with his warm hands.
'Get ready for this, beautiful.' "

Twenty-one year old Amy Cross's idea of a hot Saturday night is curling up with her favorite book boyfriend and secretly sneaking a bottle of her mother's wine. That is, until she meets Austin Sparks, the biker boy with a past that burns like fire and a gaze she can't look away from. Without knowing what she's doing or why she's doing it, Amy ends up on the road with Austin traveling from one city to another while learning things she's only ever read about in romance novels.

At first it seems like Austin is Amy's fantasy come true, but as their journey progresses, she starts to sense that Austin is running away from something. Amy knows that she'll do whatever it takes to help him find himself. What she doesn't expect is that she'll lose herself in the process and how good it will feel to be free.


"Some decisions we make; others are made for us.
This one was a little of both."

I swear, if I could handcuff C.M. Stunich to a radiator and force her to write until her fingers were nubs, I would be sorely tempted to do it.  Every single book she writes is just a maelstrom of realistic and fantastic emotions.  This book was no exception.

Austin and Amy?  Wow!  So much electric chemistry.  I literally could not put this book down.  My kindle followed me everywhere I went until I finished it.

Amy is such an easy to love character.  Due to her strict Christian upbringing, she had to live vicariously through a string of book boyfriends - Reminds me of a few folks I know. ;)  I absolutely loved this aspect of her character.  It was so easy to believe.  Not to mention, what reader doesn't occasionally live vicariously through their reads? =P

Austin.  Yes.  Just thinking of him made my brain fart.  Just such a steamy specimen of man.  Wow.  I just spaced out thinking about him for about ten minutes.  I wish I could put some of that to words, but trust me.  Austin is phenominal hero.  The cover alone was enough to make me melt, but putting a man like Austin to that body just made the cover seem that much more hot.

I can't wait to read the next part of this story!  Read it!  Read it now!!



“Austin,” I whisper as he steps forward and uses the weight of his body to get me right where he wants me. I want to keep kissing forever, tasting sultry Southern boy and good manners and a filthy f****** mouth, but I think he has other plans.

“If you don't want this,” he whispers as he grazes my ear with his white, white teeth. “Then you better tell me now because once I get started, I ain't gonna be able to stop.”

How unfair, I think because really, there is no way that I can speak with scalding kisses being pressed to the side of my neck and my shoulder. Instead, another sound escapes my lips, bursting out into the air like a sigh of relief. Finally, I think. After all these years of reading about bad boys and alpha males and delicious men with ridiculous names, it's my turn. Mine. Mine. Sorry, Horse; Sorry, Kellan Kyle; Sorry, Ty McCabe; Sorry, Travis Maddox; Sorry, Gideon Cross. But I'm breaking up with all of you.

“That's what I thought.”

Austin Sparks crushes me against the pool table with his hips, the roughness of his jeans rubbing against the smoothness of my thighs as he pushes up my skirt with his warm hands.

“Get ready for this, beautiful.”

And then he's spinning me around, so suddenly that my mouth opens wide and my cheek (my
unbruised one, thankfully) slams into the felt of the pool table.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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