New Release + Review: Bryce by Jeannine Colette & Lauren Runrow



We’re celebrating the release of BRYCE: A Sexton Brothers Novel by Jeannine Colette and Lauren Runow! Add it to your TBR and ONE-CLICK today!

 

Title: Bryce: A Sexton Brothers Novel
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: November 15, 2018

Book Description
“Truth or dare?”

“I’ll take your dare.”

“Kiss me.”I don’t believe in Prince Charming, but when I met a handsome stranger on a rooftop his words intrigued me and his dares left nothing but temptation.

Then I learned the truth.

His name is Bryce Sexton. Media mogul, workaholic and a heart of stone. He’s broody AF and yet every woman in San Francisco wants him.

So why won’t he leave me alone?

Wherever I go, he’s there, trying to force his way into my world. What he doesn’t know is I already have a man in my life. A tiny redhead who loves Legos and Superheroes.

With every push, Bryce pulls me in further. Our pasts are laced with betrayal. Our futures are unpredictable. Our chemistry is explosive.

With each dare I uncover a truth, but he’s exactly what I don’t need right now.

So why did I have to go and kiss him?

 

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Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

Bryce is a feel good romance with some drama thrown in to spice it up! I have mixed feelings on Bryce, while there was a lot I liked there was also a lot I didn’t like. Tessa is a single mom who is slaying her duties. She has a great kid and she also has a great routine she’s managed. She works hard for a good life with her son and she isn’t interested in a man messing it up. Bryce is a workaholic with no time for women or vacation. The man lives to work, that’s all. He is determined to honor his mom in the company she built but has his dad and step mom trying to crush his mom’s legacy. A chance meeting on a rooftop at a gala and instantly his priorities change.

Now while Tessa impressed me, she also came across way too stubborn. I get it. She has a super feminist mom and was raised to never need or want a man. Plus after the way her son’s father did her, I understand the sourness towards men. I just thought she went a little too far with it at times. I think if she realized that it was ok to want a man she’d be ok, she does realize this just took a long time. Bryce is a very determined man. He wants Tessa and tries everything to get her. This man takes it to the extremes sometimes, but I do believe it came from a good place. He came across a bit desperate at times, and no one really sees a multimillionaire guy desperate. Their banter together was great, funny at times and sweet at others. They do mesh really well, I just had trouble liking them separately.

Through the good and the bad Bryce kept me entertained and eager for the next chapter. While I may not have loved everything about this book I still found myself pulled in by the characters and overall enjoyed reading it.

 

 

 

 

 

NOW AVAILABLE!

“Tell me a secret.”

“I’m falling for you.”

Austin Sexton is the man I’ve always tried to stay away from. He’s arrogant, entitled and a total ass. That’s why I didn’t bother giving him my name last night. We’ll never see each other again.

Or so I thought.

Imagine my surprise when I start my new job only to come face-to-face with the blue eyes I just declared all wrong for me. No, he’s not my boss, but being my boss’ brother seems almost worse.

No matter how hard I try to push him away, his secrets draw me in. When it comes to a Sexton that could be lethal…for my heart.

I have his secrets and I won’t tell a soul. Now I just have to not fall for him completely.

 

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