Book Review – Something So Irresistible (Something So #3) by Natasha Madison


** Provided on behalf of the author for an honest review **
** Review by Gayle from Bloggers From Down Under **

Natasha Madison….What can I say….I am such a HUGE fan of this amazing talented woman that when Something So Irresistible fell into my Kindle I happy danced….It was excitement overload because I knew that I was in for the ride of my life. 

And guys what a ride it was.

Max is the bad boy of the Stingers.
His past is as sketchy as they come. Trouble with a capital ‘T’.
But nobody really knows Max. They don’t see the scars he carries, they don’t see the pain that he lives with.
They just see Max, the guy who everyone needs to stay away from. 
And Max is okay with that. While people keep away, Max can concentrate on his last contracted year with the Stingers. Hopefully they will re-contract him. It’s what Max is striving for. 

But while Max convinces himself that the next year will be all about his hockey, he doesn’t realize that a young, independent, gorgeous woman is about to walk into his life and change everything in it. 
She will be his game changer.

Her name….Allison Grant, the sister of the infamous Matthew Grant…Max’s enemy.

God help you Max, your world is about to be turned upside down.

Guys what a brilliant read. I loved every single minute of it. 
Max Horton….What a guy. It was instant love for me (yes I know he’s a bad boy and all). Such a charismatic character, who is all kinds of delicious, naughty, humorous, but with a heart as big as they come.
Allison Grant….What a firecracker. She’s all kinds of freaking awesome and I loved her from the start. So strong willed with such a gentle and beautiful nature. 

And put these two together….They were absolutely explosive.

But what touched me the most was this. Although Natasha has the ability to make me laugh (and she did quite often), with this novel I also found it highly emotional, often finding myself wiping my tears away and why….
Because in this novel we get to see that even though we have pasts, we have made mistakes, we have hurt people around us, we are all still capable of love and still capable of being loved. We are all capable of feeling without guilt and overcoming our pasts to make our present happier and more meaningful. 

A beautifully, heart-melting, intoxicating read that I can’t rate high enough.
Thank you Natasha for giving us Max Horton and Allison Grant….Their story was simply irresistible!

5 stars

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