Thursday, July 10, 2014

Review: Little Black Book by Tabatha Vargo & Melissa Andrea

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Title: Little Black Book
by Melissa Andrea, Tabatha Vargo
Published by Melissa Andrea, Tabatha Vargo on June 1st 2014
Genres: adult, contemporary, erotica, new adult, romance
Pages: 284
Format: eBook

My name’s Sebastian Black, and I want to buy you. I could have any woman I want, but I choose you.

Here’s my offer…
I’ll put your name in my LITTLE BLACK BOOK, and when I want you, I’ll call you. When I call, you’re going to come, in more ways than one. It will be mutually pleasurable for both of us.

There are only two rules:

If you do either, I’ll remove you from my book and payment stops.

Do we have an understanding?


Wow, wow, wow! I’ve been on this naughty literature kick lately and when I read the blurb for Little Black Book, I had to read it. I don’t think I’ve ever had so many jaw dropping moments while reading. I’d be Sebastian’s Jessica any time! Okay…so back to this review. I knew I should have written notes because I’m sitting here like Derpina. I went crazy with highlighting through this one. There was a lot of awesome one liners and I wish I could share them, but I wont. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again… when a bad boy gets redeemed, it makes all the shitty things he did evaporate. Sebastian wasn’t as much of an asshole as I expected, but when he was it was brutal. And I laughed! I can’t help it. Maybe I have a thing for jerks because I would have done or said most of the things he did.

Here’s the part where I might get into trouble so no throwing, capiche?! I wasn’t too fond of Jessica/Roz. Maybe I was too busy doing the Odie drool over Sebastian. I didn’t hate her and I didn’t love her…she just fell into that “like” category. Even now after finishing the book she’s been forgotten. I don’t know what it is. But there… I said it.

As for the story line itself, it was really predictable. BUT when the major twist came I was sobbing like a little girl. I had a feeling something big was going to happen. My hands were shaking! I has to push through it. I NEEDED to see what was going to happen. It felt a little short in length but made up for in content. I say that in a totally non-filthy way, I swear. Let me touch on the sexy scenes for a minute. There was never any dull action. IT WAS SO HOT!!!!!!!! Sometimes I get bored with sexy scenes being too overly done or not enough. These were perfection! If my glasses could steam up they would have.

Here’s an awesome line from the book

Tabatha is a USA TODAY bestselling author, but mostly she’s a sweet tea sippin’, front porch sittin’ kind of girl from South Carolina. She loves old, historical anything, wind chimes, and all things romantic. She’s the mother of an 8 y/o rockstar/princess and the wife of her very own Prince Charming.
When she isn’t writing, she’s texting book ideas to herself.
Tabatha is represented by Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.

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New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, Melissa Andrea-
I find it hard to sum up my life in a paragraph, but I’ll try.
Reading has always been a passion for me, and writing as instinctive as breathing. Every inhale is an idea; every exhale a creation. Flutter will be my debut release, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! The only thing I do better than writing you ask? Making beautiful girls. My daughter’s will always be my greatest accomplishment.
I was born in Denver, Colorado -but I will always think of sunny Arizona as my home. I don’t have a big family, but I’m close with my sister, brother & my mom. My mom is my hero, my inspiration, and I couldn’t have asked for a more amazing person to be raised by.
4 things you should know about me: I’m very girly, but I can get down and dirty with the best of them. I adore the color pink, I love things that sparkle (including vampires) and I like even numbers (hence 4 things about me, not 5)