Thursday, 14 November 2013

The Hamden Series Reviews

The Hamden Series
By W. Ferraro

Three of Hearts (Hamden, #1)Three of Hearts by W. Ferraro
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mae Turney is searching for the type of life and happiness she has never known but has only dreamed about. She's fortunate enough to find a great opportunity to live in an exterior apartment of a beautiful lake house in a small town in Vermont. When she realizes the apartment and scenery are not the only gorgeous appeal but the home owner, Seth Finn, is as well, she puts it all on the line for the chance at love. When she becomes comfortable and confident in her own skin and sexuality, Mae realizes that this place and this man is exactly what she came looking for. Knowing Seth and his three children are as special as they come, Mae bets the house, and prays she and her gamble are enough

Three of Spades (Hamden, #2)Three of Spades by W. Ferraro
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dylan Cross is the type of man that enjoys everything female, and enjoy it he does, but always on his terms. However, his terms are pushed to their limit when Natalie Parker proposes an offer; teach her and her delectable little body, all about sex and desire.

There is one catch. He has to play the part of Natalie's madly in love boyfriend for her dying mother. Dylan signs on, and finds that separating the two is harder than he thought. Natalie's days of shyness and lack of confidence come to a quick close as she learns what her body craves and demands in the bedroom.

Soon, Dylan becomes the student as Natalie teaches him things he didn't even know he wanted. Will Hamden's notorious playboy, bachelor be able to keep calling the shots, or will he find that, he, himself, is just another player at the card game of life, as we all are?

Three of Diamonds (Hamden, #3)Three of Diamonds by W. Ferraro
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lola Nash’s life edges on safe and controlled, containing few people; her brother, Boyd, a handful of friends and the facility for special needs children where she volunteers, called Aaron’s Place. However, a chance meeting shatters her control when she learns someone else’s closely held secret. The kind of secret causing her explicit and sexy dreams, all centering around Wes Thompson; known as Adonis in the ultra-exclusive world of the sex club, Olympus. Wes is intrigued by the voluptuous beauty who won’t give him the time of day. Like the God he emulates, he has never been the type to give in when he wants something or someone; Lola is exactly what he wants. Is Lola the one that can bring a God to his knees or will Wes conquer her, and then walk away as planned? Is the chance at love worth the cost of giving up everything you hold important? When the cards are down, will Wes and Lola call or fold?

Three of Hearts

When i started this book i had no idea what it was really about and went in pretty blind with no expectations. I wasn't disappointed though I'm glad to say. Mae was a lovely fresh of fresh air for a main character. She was a grown adult with a career which i found made a change to the normal books where the female lead is very young and seen as naive. Mae was totally different! Seth was also a fantastic character who you couldn't help but love although at one part i did want to throw my e-reader against a wall, but i wont post any spoilers, you really need to read it for yourself.

Three of Spades

After reading the first book in the series i was looking forward to tucking into another installment! This to me was another lovely refreshing read, although i have read similar story lines in the past, this had a new feel to it and felt fresh. the character development throughout the book was brilliant and it was lovely to see the relationship between Natalie and Dylan progress and to see Natalie come out of her shell.

Three of Diamonds

I loved how these books all tied into each other with the different characters, and it was lovely to see old faces back in this book! This book was HOT! the chemistry between Lola and Wes was amazing! Again a similar outline to other books i have read but written so well it felt fresh and new, and i loved Lola and Wes who werent your stereotypical characters.

Overall i really enjoyed the Hamden Series, my next question would be....Will there be anymore in the future? I would also like to say thank you to the author for providing me with copies in exchange for an honest review.

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