Author: Priscilla West

Average Rating: 3.75


Review: Reckless by Priscilla West

Posted 20 August, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Reckless by Priscilla West

Rock-star romance…I couldn’t resist! Reckless tells the story of Riley and Jax as they start on the Hitchcock’s band tour. Riley is the tour’s finance manager and Jax is the lead singer. The problem is, this isn’t the first time that they have met. They met at a bar concert and almost had sex. So things are definitely a bit awkward on the tour bus with Jax trying to get with Riley and her trying to keep things professional. The attraction is almost irresistible, but Jax has dark secrets that could rip them apart for good. I enjoyed Reckless, most definitely. It was one of the better rock-star romances that I’ve read. It was mostly centered around Jax trying to get with Riley and Riley trying to refuse. But there were also some deep, dark secrets of Jax’s that spiced up the plot line. It had good pacing until the end. Then things just got crazy. Things moved a bit fast and the ending was a bit abrupt so it definitely kept me wondering how book two will go. Riley was the complete opposite of what you’d think an accountant would be like and I loved that about her. She was fun and not afraid to party. yet she took her job and task very seriously. She displayed a variety of emotions over the course of the novel and it […]


Review: Wrecked by Priscilla West

Posted 1 May, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Wrecked by Priscilla West

“‘Of course I’ve heard of twerking!’ I said, slightly offended by the accusation. I turned to Hunter to see if he was judging me and he was simply smiling. ‘Everybody knows about Miley Cyrus and that VMA performance.’” “‘But the bigger question is: why were you looking at my crotch?’ My cheeks heated from embarrassment. I didn’t expect him to throw that curveball at me. ‘I wasn’t looking! I just glanced out of the corner of my eye. Besides, you were practically shoving it in my face the way you were sitting in front of me with your legs spread eagle. You could’ve poked my eye out.’”  “Hunter walked to the doors, peering into the dark theater. ‘This is crazy! When did this happen? They don’t need to be renovated!’ I tried to hide my laughter as Hunter dropped to his knees, pulling at his hair in mock despair. It was becoming more clear to me why Hunter had referred to himself as a ‘weirdo’.” I’m not exactly why I picked up this novel–there was not really anything special about the premise that stood out–it seemed like the typical New Adult contemporary novel. Wrecked follows Lorrie as she starts back at Arrowheart University after taking three semesters off due to a tragedy: her mother was murdered with her dad taking his own life a few months prior. But Lorrie wants […]