Lissa's Review: Naked Love by Jewel E. Ann
APC PUBLISHER: Jewel E. Ann RELEASED: February 28, 2019 GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE LENGTH: 283 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
What happens when a high-heeled diva goes camping with her sister’s dog?
Avery Montgomery, fashionista and preacher’s daughter, needs a ride from Milwaukee to Los Angeles.
“Make my death quick, and please don’t tie me up. I’m claustrophobic.”
Jake Matthews, diva-hater, agrees to let her tag along on his annual but primitive trek to the West Coast.
“Okay, Princess, I’ll take you to L.A., but your crown won’t make it there in one piece.”
She’s desperate and out of options.
He’s ruthless and out of patience.
Don’t miss this sexy, hilarious, and heart-warming journey of self-discovery and raw … naked love. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Naked Love is full of self-discovery and vulnerability Avery is lost, she isn’t sure about her life and where it was going to go. Then Jake jumps in the picture. A road trip that became an emotional roller coaster ride. They did everything they could to not have a connection. But it’s a bit difficult, to push something like what they have, to the side. Avery’s emotions were all over the place. I felt all those emotions, and surprisingly I related to her in many ways. I had that feeling in my chest that one I get when a connection is felt, with characters in a book. Pretty amazing when characters can affect you the way they do. This is one of my top favorites of Jewels, and It has everything you would want in a love story. There’s the push and pull. The giving in, the uncertainty of where your life will lead. There’s a lot of bumps in this story. I feel that Avery met Jake for a reason. They were supposed to go on this road trip that stripped their vulnerability to its core. I’ve been a fan of Jewel's for awhile. I loved these characters and the story they brought out. This was a story that was part of a newsletter, which I didn’t read because I wanted to wait for the whole story to come out. I think if I did, that emotional connection wouldn’t have been there. It's a beautiful story that I had the pleasure of reading. It’s been a while since I’ve felt this kind of connection in a story. It brought me to tears. Overall, Five Boundless Stars.