Monday, July 13, 2015

#Review Ready To Burn by Tracey Alvarez

Title: Ready To Burn
Author: Tracey Alvarez
Rating: 5 stars

I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

It's been a while since I've read a book I felt deserved 5 stars, but this one does. Not only did the story keep me engaged, but there were parts where I burst out laughing.

This was the third book in the series, but it can definitely be read as a standalone. The author did a great job giving us enough information about the other characters so new readers wouldn't feel lost, but not enough where the entire story was being retold.

I loved Del and Shaye. They had amazing chemistry and the evolution of their relationship was believable. There was also a lot of character growth in this story from the main characters. They both started out in completely different places than where they ended up.

This book was also very well edited and the pacing was perfect. I never felt the story was rushed, and it didn't drag either. Two nights in a row I stayed up well past my bedtime trying to read just one more chapter.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a great contemporary romance with a culinary flare.


Author Bio

Tracey Alvarez lives in the Coolest Little Capital in the World (a.k.a Wellington, New Zealand) where she’s yet to be buried under her to-be-read book pile by Wellington’s infamous wind—her Kindle’s a lifesaver! Married to a wonderfully supportive IT guy, she has two teens who would love to be surgically linked to their electronic devices.

Fuelled by copious amounts of coffee, she’s the author of contemporary romantic fiction set predominantly in New Zealand. Small-towns, close communities, and families are a big part of the heart-warming stories she writes. Oh, and hot, down-to-earth heroes—Kiwi men, in other words.

When she’s not writing, thinking about writing, or procrastinating about writing, Tracey can be found reading sexy books of all romance genres, nibbling on smuggled chocolate bars, or bribing her kids to take over the housework. 


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