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Book review: Falling for the Voice, by Mag Maury

. tata.lifepages | Gifted | Contemporary Romance |

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Falling for the voice is an uplifting, easy and fast romance perfect for the summer. The romantic contemporary cover does not give away how steamy and sexy this story really is! It centers around the fresh romance between Charlie and Matt, both carrying a lot of painful luggage from their past and who find comfort in each others arms.

The book had me giggling and smiling while reading! The story is told in first person by Charlie, who is hilarious! I love how the author includes some funny mental notes that Charlies makes for herself:

Such a romantic cover!

“One: Don’t ogle Matt as I wake up. Two: Did he kiss me? Three: Dig a hole and bury myself in it forever. Four: Did he kiss me? Five: I said, don’t ogle Matt!”

The romance starts off focused on lust and their sexual attraction towards one another, the author writes masterfully the chemistry between the characters, I found myself blushing with the intensity of the sexiness. Matt comes out a bit like an authoritative brute, I think he “picked up” Charlie against her will and carried her about 10 times in the story! Don’t get me wrong, I love manly brutes! 😛 Their romance seems too perfect and easy at first, however the plot throws some plot twists that we were not expecting which make the story-line intriguing. The side characters are all very loyal and funny, I adored Charlies friendship with her room-mate and the guys at the bar.

photo by @tata.lifepages
 I recommend this book for readers looking for a fun, romantic, sexy experience with lots of giggles! You can check out more about the book and the author here, or the amazon page here.