#BOOKREVIEW - A Heart of Stone by Dakota Willink

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Book: Heart of Stone
 (The Stone Series, Book 1)
Author: Dakota Willink
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Romance, Erotica

My Rating: ★★★

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2CcDA5T


Bound by need. Entwined in secrets.

Krystina Cole was a girl on a mission. She had big dreams and aspirations, none of which included a man by her side. She knew better than that – at least until she met Alexander Stone, the New York billionaire real estate tycoon. She saw the way he looked at her, and the dark promises in his eyes. She was curious about his world and all it entailed. But the shadows of her past haunted her, making her afraid to explore the possibilities she could never before have imagined.

Alexander Stone was a man who knew how to get what he wanted. He understood the value of finesse, and the importance of patience and diligence to achieve the desired result. He was successful and wealthy, relying on his naturally sharp instincts to guide him through life. But a chance run in with Krystina Cole quickly turned his world upside down. Her quick wit and firecracker attitude was the complete opposite of what he wanted in a woman, and his instincts failed him at every turn.

However, both Krystina and Alexander are clinging to the secrets in their past, and neither of them are willing to compromise. Krystina’s hardened heart makes emotional surrender a hard limit. But for Alexander, revealing his past could have devastating results.

A typical erotica story.

Heart of Stone is the first book in the Stone series. It is your typical erotica novel. If you enjoy reading loads of sexual scenes, then this book is for you. Unfortunately, it was not for me. I needed more from the story – a plot surrounded with romance and some sex thrown in. However, this book seemed more about the sex scenes then really telling a story.  I only got less than halfway through the book and stopped reading. I just needed more from the book that it was not giving me.

Jeffrey Kafer and Lacy Laurel did a good job with the narration. They had clear and crisp voices that were easy to follow.

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