Book Review: Switch Me On

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This book is about Ari and Bruno, they meet at a club where Ari was DJing. Bruno is totally into her and he ends up taking her home – to his place.  A little while later, her twin sister is assaulted in an elevator. When Ari goes to the police station to help out her sister, it turns out that it was Bruno who did it – he thought that Ari’s sister was her.  But Ari’s sister seems to have her life together and is about to get married in a matter of days.

For a red-hot read, this book had a lot more back and forth going on than anything really red-hot.  I did like the storyline, to a certain extent, though there were almost too many characters – Ari and Bruno, Ari’s meddling parents (well, her Mom the most) and Ari’s sister and the two guys vying for her attention.

I usually like that these books are short and hot (and get to the point) but this one kind of fell flat.  I may have worked better as a more fleshed out novel. (no pun intended?)

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Some girls are made for the city

Successful voice-over artist Ari Madden has been planning her escape from Blackwater Inlet for years. In three more weeks, she’s making tracks—away from her cloying family, the gossip mill and her rep for rejecting local men who threaten her dreams. So it’s definitely the wrong time for a total stranger to start delivering sexy shocks to her lady-circuits.

Bruno Brandt meant to unwind in his new getaway cabin in Podunkville, not get recharged by a red-hot woman with small-town blues. Outrageous, sultry Ari sparks him like a live wire, though, convincing him their fling will never be enough. He’s a world-class whiz when it comes to anything electric, but can he do what no man ever has before—jump-start Ari’s desire to commit?

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