ARC Review: Tripped Out by Lorelei James 

 Tripped Out 

Lorelei James 

Blacktop Cowboys Series

1001 Dark Nights 

Where there’s smoke…
Stirling Gradsky abandoned the corporate rat race for a more laidback lifestyle. So it’s ironic she’s stuck working with a hard-bodied, know-it-all scientist who treats her like a stoner instead of a stone cold business woman capable of running a large scale cannabis operation. Dr. Hot and Tattooed with the big…brain needs to stop sampling their product; he’s under the half-baked idea that he’s the boss.
Dr. Liam Argent’s doctorate isn’t in chemistry, but from the moment he meets his sexy new coworker, there’s enough heat between them to short out all the lights in the grow house. First item on his agenda? Clearing up the sassy, blunt blonde’s hazy notion that she’s in charge.
Sparks fly as their attraction blazes. But can they weed out their differences without getting burned?

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.5 Stars 

Funny with a good helping of sexual tension. 
Lorelei James has me cracking up laughing with Sterling and Liam in Tripped Out. Sterling’s way of fighting fire with fire is something to behold. She’s strong and tenacious, I really like that about her. Liam is the don’t judge a book by its cover kind of man. He’s confident and professional by day and a dirty talking man by night. Liam has an amazing about of depth to him. Many layers that him to be the wonderful man that his is. Two very strong willed and stubborn people butting head in a way that creates this slow burning sexual tension and attraction. Talk about banter. Liam and Sterling have it down. I love they way their chemistry built, fueled their passion and ignited something much larger.
Tripped Out is hands down one of the funniest books I have reads this year. I so enjoy Ms. James writing style. She knows how to rope the readers in. Tripped Out was a quick, one sit ready that kept me entertained from beginning to end. 

A copy of this title was provided for an honest review. 

Posted on September 14, 2017, in ARC, reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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