ARC Review: Tell Me You Need Me by Joya Ryan (Search and Seduce #1)


Tell Me You Need Me (Search and Seduce #1)
Author: Joya Ryan
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Release Date: November 16th, 2015
Published By: Entangled Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 1633754669


Playing dirty can be the best kind of fun…

Chloe Franklin wouldn’t call herself a commitment-phobe, so much as she’s allergic to anything long term. She loves the sexy, sweaty, and intensely hot hours of the night that come before the sun rises, though. Especially when those nights are spent with Search-and-Rescuer Gage McGraw…

Gage loves his job, but there is one thing he’s starting to like more than the rush of a mission—a stacked blonde with a mouth that haunts his dreams. Every time he steps foot in the sleepy town of Beaufort, he hooks up with Chloe. But he’s tired of hooks-ups. He wants more.

Just the sight of Gage gets Chloe’s blood going. Hot, bothered, and finally naked, she’s ready for their night to start. But before he takes her, he whispers what his intentions really are…and then the games really begin.


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Tell Me You Need Me is the first book in Joya Ryan’s new Search and Rescue series. This book can very obviously be read as a standalone, and I’m going to bet the others in the series can as well. It told from a third person POV between the hero and heroine. There is an HEA, and no cliffhanger!

This was one of those stories that stuck with me. It’s been about a month since I read it, and I still remember the plot and characters. The best way I can describe this one, is short and sweet. It is not a long novel, but the content is well worth it and have you turning the pages as fast as you can.

The two main characters have a connection that you can feel right off the bat. They butt heads, but you can tell there are feelings there. The depth fo emotion is very evident, and the chemistry as well.

I will admit to being slightly confused at first by what was going on, and then completely intrigued. No, really, I flipped to the synopsis twice like, “Am I reading the right thing?”. Yes, yes I was. Just stick with it, it makes sense quickly.

The book is a definite 4 star read for me, and I can’t wait to dig into the rest of the Search and Rescue series. 😀


4 star

Entangled Review


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