Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New Release!!! Blacksmith-- Jenika Snow!!!

What was easily my favorite cover from Jenika Snow (because hello- have you gazed at that lusciousness!), has also become one of my favorite couples from her as well!!
Deacon, oh Deacon, he could pound me with his, uh hammer, anytime he wanted to!!  ;) The man is sex on a big ole stick people!! A walking talking dream, but with a teddy bear's heart of gold and the possessive of the best of cavemen! Every romance junkie's dream- or at least this one's!! And, he had it all, for Maddie. No other woman could ever compare to his sweet Maddie. Once he saw her when she passed his shop one day- that was it for him. Lucky for him- it was the same way for her. Even if she never had the courage to say it to him. Good thing our boy wasn't afraid to make the first move.
The chemistry with these two, once they broke through their initial meeting barrier, was off the charts, and the steam and heat in this book rivals some of the best that Jenika has written. It's one of those not safe for work books, if you catch my drift, folks. Keep a spare set of undies and a free hand readily available for this one!! 
Point blank- do not pass up Deacon and Maddie- or you will seriously kick yourself for it. It's one of Jenika's best yet, and I can only imagine what she has in store for us next!!
5 stars~~

Steel isn’t the only thing that’s hard.


Deacon was older than me, but I wanted him regardless. He had this raw edge to him, this primal aura surrounding him that made me feel wholly feminine. He was the epitome of a man…a real man. Even his profession was masculine: a blacksmith. I had no doubt he knew how to work his hands over a woman, how to use them to make her feel the soft and hard sides of him.

What I wanted was for him to be my first…my only.


She thought I didn’t see her watching me, that I didn’t know she wanted me.

I knew, and I wanted her with a fierceness that rivaled anything else.

What Maddie didn’t know was I’d already claimed her. There was no other woman for me but her. I was a possessive bastard, territorial when it came to her. The time had finally come to make her mine. I’d show her how primal I really was, how rough I liked it, how much I wanted to make her scream my name. I’d show her how a man took care of his woman in all the ways that counted.

She’d be mine. Only mine.

Warning: You like your heroes with a touch of caveman? Look no further because Deacon has it going on. He’s all man, and then some. Hold on tight because this story packs a punch, being unbelievable in the best of ways and having instal-everything.


I had a death grip on my bag, my palms hurting from how strongly I was holding on to the damn strap. But God, I didn’t care. The sight before me had everything else dimming in comparison.

Deacon McKnight.

The only reason I knew his name was because I was nosy as hell, asking about him, my fascination like an obsession. We’d never spoken, and to my knowledge he’d never even noticed me.

But I sure as hell have noticed him.

If ever there was a person who could be the poster boy for what a real man looked like, Deacon would be front and center.

The bay doors to his shop were open, and although it wasn’t hot out, I could see sweat covering his hard, muscular form. I swallowed. If anyone were to see me gawking at Deacon, they’d think I had some issues. I didn’t give one shit. Walking by his shop every day on my way to the community college I attended was the highlight of my damn day. The only downside was when I finally pulled myself away from the perfect male specimen that he was, I was breathless, wet, needy, and wishing I had someone to relieve the pent-up arousal that burned in me.

I want Deacon to be that someone. I want him to show me with those big, strong hands, the ones stained from his work, exactly how he likes it.

And I bet he liked it rough, bet he could really dominate and control a situation, have a woman begging for more.

I might be a virgin, might not be experienced in anything more than a hand job and some oral, but God, I wanted to learn a hell of a lot from Deacon. I wanted him to show me how a real man handled a woman.

And no doubt he could.

Jenika Snow is a USA Today Bestselling Author that lives in the northwest with her husband and their two daughters. Before she started writing full-time she worked as a nurse.

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