Friday, September 12, 2014

Review + Giveaway: Conspire by S.E. Hall and Erin Noelle

"He wants answers. 

She wants freedom. 

The search is over...when they Conspire."


She giggles and kisses my lips softly. “I live here, so I’m not escaping, frowny-face. I need to use the bathroom.” She wrestles out from underneath my hold, stretching her arm to the chair beside the bed. Sitting up on the edge, she slips on a satin robe before standing.

“Why are you covering up that body, babe? I was already hard waiting to watch you go,” I tease…except not at all teasing.

“What?” She glances over her shoulder with a sassy grin. “You don’t like it?” She looks at her silky attire and runs her hands over the robe enticingly. “I’ll have you know, I’ve been told pink is my color.” Her mouth turns down subtly the second the words escape; a faraway sadness ghosting across her eyes for a fleeting second before she quickly dismisses the thought away and fakes a smile.

A surge of nausea consumes me, a shiver elicited with the chill that creeps up my spine, the unfair devil of irony dousing me in frigid shame and guilt.

It’s her—my Jocelyn—was Devon’s…fascination, his ‘I hope she feels the same.’

I just made love to the woman my little brother never even got a chance to ask on a date.

  ~Meet the Cast~

~Review by Ashton~
 I rate Conspire by S.E. Hall and Erin Noelle FIVE LEAVES!
Before I even dive into how wonderful this book is, let me just tell you all that I recently met these two authors at the Red Dirt Boco event in Oklahoma City, and they both are so sweet and fabulous. They also gave us a signed copy of Conspire, for which we will be giving away soon to one lucky FALLower!
When I saw who wrote Conspire, I knew it was going to be a hit, even when the book’s synopsis was so vague. What I wasn’t expecting was such a fresh story idea intertwined with those extra hot and steamy love scenes we all crave.
After his brother’s suspicious suicide, Graham Harrison (Bryce Griggs) sets out on a mission to prove his brother was murdered. Graham, an NSA agent and former MIT student, uses his skills to land a job at the pharmaceutical company his brother, Devon, worked for. Once Graham delves into the conspiracy, he finds Devon left several clues to help lead his brother to the truth. Due to his highly trained skillset, Graham knows the importance of planning every detail and backup plans, but he never anticipated Jocelyn Craig.
Jocelyn Craig is the public relations director for her family’s pharmaceutical company. She works under her father, who cares more about his business than the happiness of his daughter, and Hunter, the man her family expects her to marry and someday run the company with. She loved Hunter when she was young, but she finally comes to her senses after years of dealing with his lying and cheating. Now, she can’t explain the crazy attraction she has towards the new hire, Bryce Griggs.
“I pull up the resume of Mr. Bryce Griggs on my laptop, but before I get the chance to scan over it, the door swings open and in walks who I believe is supposed to be the next applicant for the Patenting position. However, I’m afraid this gentleman is lost – having wandered from the GQ shoot nearby perhaps? Unless he’s applying for the starring role of my most lewd and erotic dreams, in which case, he’s hired. In fact, I may give him a raise.”
I’m rating Conspire Five Leaves, because the writing is absolutely phenomenal. For example…
“This is, without a doubt, my favorite time of day – the sun just beginning to peek her sleepy head out from the blanket of the horizon, her fiery, tousled tendrils strewn across the starless sky. The moon still lingers high overhead, looking on as his wild, fervent mate wakes from her slumber, as if he’s ensuring she’s okay before he kisses their shared sky one last time and disappears. Very few people are awake and moving around outside at this dawning hour, witnessing the changing of the guard, and I pity them for their loss.”
It’s also receiving the highest rating due to the hot, Hot, HOT chemistry between Graham (Bryce) and Jocelyn. Their playful flirting and naughty talk is so endearing and sexy. Graham (Bryce) has the sweetest heart, and he is so loyal to his brother and his family. I love how he tries his hardest to be as honest with Jocelyn as he can; given the situation he is in. He has his alpha moments, but his soft side is just adorable. It’s safe to say he is an easy candidate for your next book boyfriend.

  ~About the Authors~
S.E. Hall is the author of the Amazon Best Selling Evolve Series, Emerge, Embrace, Entangled (novella) and Entice as well as the bestselling stand-alone NA Romance, Pretty Instinct. She also co-wrote Stirred Up, an erotic short story with her CP and friend, Author Angela Graham and is honored to be a part of the USA Today and NYT Best Selling Devour box set. S.E., which stands for Stephanie Elaine, resides in Arkansas with her husband of 18 years and 3 beautiful daughters of the home, and one married daughter who graced her with two beautiful grandchildren. When not in the stands watching her ladies play softball, she enjoys reading and writing and the occasional trip to the casino. She's also clutch at Baggo, when it's warm outside, and definitely the woman to pick on your side for some Flip Cup!

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Erin Noelle is a Texas native, where she lives with her husband and two young daughters. While earning her degree in History at the University of Houston, she rediscovered her love for reading that was first instilled by her grandmother when she was a young child. A lover of happily-ever-afters, both historical and current, Erin is an avid reader of all romance novels. In 2013, she published the Book Boyfriend Series, which included books Metamorphosis, Ambrosia, Euphoria, and Timeless, and thus far in 2014, has published When the Sun Goes Down, a contemporary romance novel, and Transparent, a romantic suspense novel. Her books have been a part of the USA Today Bestselling list and the Amazon and Barnes & Noble overall Top 100.
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