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June 12, 2008

Review: Superb and Sexy by Jill Shalvis

Filed under: Review — Tags: , , , — 1shellie @ 9:15 am
Superb and Sexy by Jill Shalvis

When I started reading Superb and Sexy by Jill Shalvis, I knew I was in for a very sexy, fun and fast-paced reading adventure. There is nothing I love better than snappy dialog and steamy chemistry between the main characters that heat up the pages throughout the story. This book easily delivered everything I love about reading romance and more!

Maddie Stone knows she is in trouble. Uprooting her life to help her twin sister, she has left her job that she loved, friends that she cared for, and Brody, the one man who disturbs her well balanced world. Not only is he one of the partners in the airline she works for, he is the man she has secretly desired. Smart, stubborn and sexy as heck, she can’t seem to get him off of her mind.

Hiding out with her sister in a secluded cabin, Maddie is more than surprised when Brody arrives on her doorstep to whisk her back to the life she once cherished so much. Not able to come with him without putting her sister into danger, she refuses his request to come home and for his help. She knows she must push Brody away because of her past and the lies she has had to tell. Also, there are secrets she must keep from him to protect him from the danger that is following her and her sister.

Brody West has every intention of bringing Maddie back home. Using the excuse that the airline doesn’t run as well without her, he is more than a little surprised to discover that she has a twin sister. He quickly comes to the conclusion that Maddie and her sister are in some kind of trouble. Although Maddie tries to brush him off, Brody becomes determined to help her. He leaches himself onto her problems and insists on helping her, despite her many protests. When Maddie’s sister takes off without warning, Maddie finds herself relying on Brody more than she intended and soon starts to open up to him about she and her sister’s scandalous past.

I really liked that pretty early on in the book Brody and Maddie decide to work as a “unit.” Even with Maddie’s protest that she can handle the situation by herself, she soon starts relying on Brody on a physical as well as on a very emotional level. I loved how Brody and Maddie’s relationship continued to grow throughout the book. The chemistry between them was fantastic! Between the sizzling attraction for one another and the obvious affection they have for one another, they were a very interesting, compelling couple to read about. There were many laugh out loud moments for me throughout reading Superb and Sexy. But, it is not all fun and games. There are some very serious moments as well as some suspense in this book.

Superb and Sexy is the third book in the Sky High Air series. The first two books written for the Sky High Air series are: Strong and Sexy and Smart and Sexy. In my opinion, this story can be read as a stand alone book. It is not necessary to read the previous two books written in this series to understand what is going on. But, I would suggest reading all of them because they are quick, sexy and fun books and will give readers several hours of enjoyment. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this book! With a feel happy ending that Brody and Maddie deserve, Superb and Sexy has found a place on my keeper shelf. For more information about Jill Shalvis or other books written by her, she has a very informative web site at http://jillshalvis.com/. I am looking forward to reading more books by her in the future!


Reviewed by Shellie


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