Wanting Him By T. Renee Fike Blog Tour Review + #Giveaway

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want•ing adj. 1. lacking or absent. 2. deficient in some part or respect. prep. 3. lacking; without. 4. less; minus.


Wanting Him

Can a person really fall in love in only a few short months? Does distance really make the heart grow fonder?
Natalie, a confident strong individual who has had her fair share of pain and loss has found the one thing that truly makes her happy, Parker Thomas.
Parker is living his dream, on tour with his band mates, King Dread. He’s making a name for himself and his band, wanting nothing more than for Natalie to join him on this new adventure.
Unfortunately due to life, Nat cannot go with him. Between going to school, working, and taking care of her sister, her plate is full.
During the months apart, Nat and Parker are able to grow as individuals and reveal who they really are, and what’s important.
Though distance is hard on both of them; there are people out there who want nothing more than a piece of Parker.
When they are put to the test, will they be able to prove their love for one another or will others step in and take their place?
**This contains graphic sexual content and situations suitable for readers 18**

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Nat, if there’s any point in time when you doubt how I feel about you, I want you talk to me, don’t bail on me,” he says piercing me with those gorgeous green eyes.

“I won’t.  We only have to wait a year until you’re home,” I say with a smile.

“Yep, one year.  Plus we’ll see each other when I’m around home for concerts, and you’re going to stay with me a few days when you can,” he says with a knowing look.

“Yes babe, I told you I would,” I say with a smile as I lean in and softly press my lips to his.

Before I can register what he’s doing he has me lying on my back and he’s settled between my thighs kissing me silly.

“Round two,” he says with a wink as he quickly moves down my body to my sensitive spot.  He wastes no time getting me ready for more of him.  His tongue hits my sacred spot, making my body jump.  Parker makes sure I’m not going anywhere as he continues his tongue assault on my body, then thrusting two fingers inside my aching walls.

“Please babe, I need you inside of me,” I whimper.

“I will soon, I’m enjoying tasting you,” he says before he dives back in with his tongue making me moan louder.

It doesn’t take Parker long to have me reaching bliss and calling him all sorts of God-like names.

My body feels like mush, but I can’t get enough of him.  I wish I could have him every day, but that’s what makes our times together even more special.

Soon Parker is pushing inside my wet core waking my insides back up.  I lean up towards Parker to kiss him. I wrap my arms around his neck, allowing my fingers to play in his sexy messed-up hair.

I wrap my legs firmly around Parker’s waist wanting him to push even deeper inside of me.

How in the world does one describe this book without giving away spoilers.  There is so much going on that has a lot to do with how I feel, that made this book what it is.

Wanting him is a sweet yet sexy love story with a rock star (one of my favorite topics).

Nat and Parker have to decide if they can handle the distance of a tour.  Both of them are ready to do this thing but like the blurb says, someone always wants something from somebody.  Even in real life there are people who have to do their best to come between to people happily in love, when you add fame to the mix, it’s 1000 times worse.

I really liked Wanting Him.  I thought the drama that played out was pretty realistic of what could happen when a rock star tries to have a romance with someone back home.  I also think if it wasn’t for their friends, if it wasn’t for them having mutual friends, things might not have turned out the way they did.  Those friends were awesome.  I loved all the characters in the book, I loved the side stories, and I’m really glad someone took care of Brad.

Natalie was a great character, stronger than I could have ever been in that situation.  Parker was amazing in his persistence and love for her.  I’m going to bring their friends up again, I really loved them all.  This book wouldn’t have been the same without such a dynamic group of people who always had each others back.

There was love, romance, spicy scenes, heartache, heart break, friendship, I think Wanting Him had everything to make a wonderful story and it totally was.  I really enjoyed it and I can’t wait to see what comes next from T. Renee Fike!

Thank you so much for my copy!

T. Renee Fike is a born and raised country girl from Pennsylvania. When T. Renee isn’t writing, she’s working her full-time day job, or pursuing her Master’s degree. Aside from work and school, she enjoys hanging out with friends, reading a good book, watching football, (GO EAGLES) or hanging out with her niece and nephew.

 

T. Renee Fike


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