Entitled (The Love Duet, #1) by L.M. Carr
Series: The Love Duet, #1
Author: L.M. Carr
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: September 18, 2018
As far back as sexy, blue-eyed Andrew Darling can remember, money provided everything he wanted. Expensive cars, prestigious schools and exotic vacations. But his life of luxury comes to a crashing halt with a single phone call.
Forced to work at his parents’ advertising agency, Andrew reconnects with Morgan Montgomery, a newly divorced woman whose spirited personality and hard work have earned her the respect of her employers and colleagues.
With constant reminders of walking away from Morgan, Andrew learns the difference between wants and needs because although he wants Morgan in his bed, he realizes he needs her.
Only Morgan Montgomery can give him the one thing he’s never been entitled to.
Entitled (The Love Duet, #1) by L.M. Carr
Rosa's rating: 5 of 5 iScream Cones
"Lust or logic."
It was my love for music-themed books that brought L.M. Carr to my attention. Seeing music notes on one of her book covers intrigued me and I took a chance on a new-to-me author that I've never regretted. This time, it was her name alone that had me wanting more of her word wizardry. I had no clue what to expect when I started reading Entitled. The synopsis made me think I was getting a sweet second-chance-romance. If you could see my #WTF? face right now you'd know it was so much more...
This is one of those stories that will have you scratching your head trying to read between the lines. Andrew and Morgan have history, an unforgettable encounter that neither has forgotten. The chemistry between them is still very present but his manwhore reputation along with his past behavior has her very wisely determined to be cautious. But, we all know that lust usually wins over logic, right? Being inside her head was a funny and sexy place to reside at times, especially when she was fantasizing about "straddling his lap and riding him off into the sunset."
Of course, I was mentally anticipating their eventual hookup. Enjoying every flirt, touch, and promise as they circled each other. She, unable to determine his intentions as he continued to run hot and cold. Him, unable to deny his lust for her, but neither was he ready to put his cards on the table. He was a mystery that she wanted to solve and he wanted to keep secret. I sometimes agreed with her deduction that Regardless of how incredibly sexy he is, Andrew Darling is the most infuriating man on the planet," while turning the next page with my fingers crossed.
As you know, this is a duet. Soooooo, don't expect a smooth landing. Expect your panties to melt, your emotions to be touched and possibly for your Kindle to be thrown. Another thing you can expect is excited anticipation for the conclusion to this amazing story. The line forms here...
L.M. Carr, author of the Giving Trilogy, the Stones Duet, and two sexy stand-alone novels, is a wife, a mom, an educator, a reader and a writer who lives in central Connecticut with her family. When she’s not sitting at her computer writing, she loves to get lost in a good book or spend time with family and friends.
After self-publishing the trilogy in 2015, a suspenseful romance tale about Mia Delaney and the sexy, arrogant single father Adam Lawson, L.M. penned the Stones Duet in 2016. This spin-off from the trilogy chronicles the story of Army veteran Shane Davis. Left jaded and cynical after his time in the military, Shane moves to Boston and meets a girl who changes his perception on the world around him.
In February 2017, From A Distance was released. An intricate and sexy romance about a motorcycle drag racer and his quest to hide secrets from a woman while the truth unravels before his eyes.
Love Lyrics and Lies, an emotional and angst-filled romance about two people who share a love of music but struggle to balance fame and fortune while maintaining a relationship, will release in December 2017.
Looking to expand beyond Contemporary Romance, L.M. is working on a new romantic comedy.
L.M. Carr is a lover of "Happily Ever Afters" because the world is filled with enough sadness. Reading is an escape in which anything is possible. But like in reality, stories sometimes take you on a journey through Hell before you can reach Heaven.