Saturday, January 21, 2017

Blog Tour & Review for Entice Me by J. Kenner



From New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner comes a sensually seductive novella starring fan favorites Damien Stark and his wife, Nikki Fairchild.

Includes a special preview of Anchor Me, the highly anticipated fourth full-length novel featuring Nikki & Damien as they begin the next chapter in their life together.

I didn’t understand passion until I met Damien, the man who turned my world upside down and swept me off my feet.

And though our life together feels perfect, we can’t escape our secrets--and the danger that continually threatens to surface.

But for one night, I seek a respite. A birthday wish for my husband, my lover, my friend—one absolutely perfect night.

It is my most ardent wish.

And I only hope that it will come true…

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He bends down so that his lips graze my ear. “Dance for me, baby. Right now.”
”Is that what you want?” I ask. “To watch me dance? Because I have something else in mind.”

His brow rises. “Do you?”

“Mmm,” I say, then start humming as I pull out my phone and find my current favorite song on my workout playlist. A little fast. A little raunchy. A lot fun. I click the button to send it through our sound system, and when the music starts, I press my hand to Damien’s chest and jauntily strut forward, forcing him backward to the padded bench that is intended as a place to sit and wait for the elevator. Right now, I have a different purpose in mind.

“I’ll dance,” I say, doing a shimmy and pulling off my T-shirt in the process. “I’ll even do a stripper dance,” I add. “But I don’t do solo shows. I require full participation.”

“Do you?”

“Absolutely,” I say, turning around so that my back is to him as I shake and shimmy in time with the music and very, very slowly ease my skirt off.

When I turn around, I’m dressed only in my bra and panties, and though I should feel silly, I don’t. Maybe it’s the alcohol. Maybe it’s the lingering high from fucking him in the limo. Maybe it’s the heated way that he’s watching my every move.

Maybe it’s the simple fact that I love my husband.

Whatever the reason, I’m enjoying showing off, turning him on and getting turned on in the process. And as I think that, I slide one hand over my bra and the other down my abdomen to cup myself over my panties.

I have my eyes closed, and the music’s loud, but I still hear Damien’s sharp intake of breath. I figure that’s as good a cue as any, and I open my eyes and strut toward him, then reach out a hand to pull him up.

He complies, amused, and I do my own version of a pole dance, with Damien playing the role of my pole. Up and down, stroking and teasing, shimmying and shaking. It’s a little erotic and a little silly, and by the time I have my bra off and am about to step out of my panties, I’m both desperately wet and giggling furiously.

I bend over to untangle my panties from around my ankle, and when I do, my giggles turn to squeals as Damien scoops me up and tosses me over his shoulder. I pound uselessly on his back, then cry out when he pitches me unceremoniously onto the bed.

“What are you--?”

“Shhh.” He puts his finger over his mouth, then strips off his own clothes. And though he doesn’t add any dance moves, I can’t deny that I enjoy the show.

Slowly, he eases onto the bed and straddles me. “I liked your dance,” he says. “I like even more that you did it because I told you I wanted it.”

“Anything you want,” I whisper, my voice throaty. “You know that.”

“I want you,” he says, then brushes a kiss over my lips. 


Kim's 5 Star Review

I love catching up with Damien and Nikki.  They are one of the book couples I just can’t get enough of. So when I saw that J. Kenner was coming out with another novella I had to get my hands on it.  I was a lucky one who was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.

Damien’s birthday is coming and Nikki wants to do the impossible, surprise Damien with a party in his honour.  Her friends thinks she’s going to be disappointed when Damien isn’t surprised.  The problem with trying to surprise Damien is actually making it a surprise.  The bond between Damien and Nikki gives Damien the ability to read Nikki easily which is why Nikki has to put on her best poker face to pull off the surprise.

I think it’s awe-inspiring how much Damien and Nikki love each other and how they will do anything to for each other.  They have this incredible unbreakable bond that cements them to each other on every level. It’s the kind a relationship that attract amazing and loyal friends who become more like family.  Nikki knows she can count on them to help make the impossible, possible. 

In the last novella I felt J. Kenner left us with many unanswered questions and had me guessing who was did it.  Some of those questions were answered throughout this novella and it left me surprised who was behind it, who helped out and why.  I love that Nikki was the one who took charge and fixed the issue. If you ever thought Nikki would just sit back and let Damien handle things like this as if she was damsel in distress, then you thought wrong. She not only took charge but came up with the perfect plan to pull off the surprise party while taking care of the issues at hand. In my opinion Nikki handled herself with poise and elegance while making the best of the situation.  Damien and Nikki may have separate haunted pasts but they make the most of what they have together in the present and work towards a future together that leaving me anticipating the up-coming release of Anchor Me, the next chapter in Nikki’s and Damien’s life.

About the Author

J. Kenner (aka Julie Kenner) is the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, Wall Street Journal and #1 International bestselling author of over seventy novels, novellas and short stories in a variety of genres.

Though known primarily for her award-winning and internationally bestselling erotic romances (including the Stark and Most Wanted series) that have reached as high as #2 on the New York Times bestseller list and #1 internationally, JK has been writing full time for over a decade in a variety of genres including paranormal and contemporary romance, "chicklit" suspense, urban fantasy, and paranormal mommy lit. 

JK has been praised by Publishers Weekly as an author with a "flair for dialogue and eccentric characterizations" and by RT Bookclub for having "cornered the market on sinfully attractive, dominant antiheroes and the women who swopn for him." A four time finalist for Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA award, JK took home the first RITA trophy awarded in the category of erotic romance in 2014 for her novel, Claim Me (book 2 of her Stark Trilogy).

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