Review: Only Trick by Jewel E. Ann

only trick coverOnly Trick

Jewel E. Ann

Kindle Edition, 380 pages
Published April 13th 2015
In one night, I lost five years of my life. Here’s what I know …I was homeless.

I’m a recovering drug addict.

My inked skin crawls from lustful eyes.

I have a serious aversion to women.

My gay partner is a home wrecker.

I own a gun and I’m a damn good shot.

I’m a makeup artist, but it’s an insult to my talent.

I’ve never wanted to possess anything except my Ducati … until I met Darby.

Now here’s what I know since that day in the ER when she pieced me back together … nothing—but a few random thoughts.

My new “friend” is distracting, clingy, and obsessed with acronyms, emojis, and phrases like “breakfast soul mates.”

I didn’t want to like her, but she crawled under my skin and swallowed me whole. Now we’re best friends and she’s my new addiction. I’d drink her from a shot glass, snort her up my nose, or inject her into my veins if I could. What I won’t do … is ever tell her that.

She doesn’t know me … I don’t know me. When those missing years come back, I think she will hate me … I think I will hate me.

My parents named me Patrick Roth, and this is my story.

 3.5 Stars

Only Trick was an interesting read for me.
Trick is this dark and intense guy, who’s book is nothing like its cover.  Sexy, cocky and mysterious.
Darby knows there is more to the world than money.  Caring, socially awkward and funny.
These two take friendship to a new level.  Darby’s bluntness and Trick’s general dislike of women make an interesting story.  As the friendship changed to something unexpected and truths are revealed a whole new side to Only Trick unfolds.  I really enjoyed the first half of the books or so. Writing is spot on. Plot is great.  The characters really made the story.   As the plot unfold in the last part of the book,   just really did not appeal to me.  The big reveal in my eye, took from the story rather than enhancing it.  Sadly changing the way I felt for the book as a whole.

 This title was provided by netgalley for an honest review.



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