Review: Second Position by Melody Grace
Dancing with the perfect partner is like the most exquisite climax of your life.
Can you feel it? The way our bodies rock together. My hands pinning you down, my mouth sliding over your hot, damp skin. Each hard thrust driving deep to that place you never dreamed possible. Every breathless cry hurtling you closer to the edge.
Beyond words. Beyond thought. Beyond reason.
I’d all but given up on perfection like that. Until I met her. Annalise.
Her body is pure motion; her spirit, a caged bird just waiting to be set free.
I will claim her. I will possess her.
I will teach her the most erotic dance of all.
*Part two of the sexy, seductive romance serial*
You all know I love Melody Grace; however, this book didn’t do it for me. It was just too hot, too heavy, and all too quick for me. I like to watch characters fall in love slowly, I like to watch them get to know each other and this book was like bam, I love you lets fall in love and screw everything else to hell. Annalise is finicky, she can’t commit to dance but expects all the perks. She needs to make up her mind and stick to something. Raphael is a street dancer with no technical background and I find it hard to believe that he is just that skilled.
This book was just a no for me, it boards on erotica, similarly to how the first book did and I like my contemporary romance to actually be about romance. So sorry this book wasn’t my cup of tea.
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