Review for Blocked by Lisa N. Paul

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 Blocked

 
 About Blocked Racing hearts, Toe curling kisses, Sexy whispers… Decker Brand has spent the past four years earning back his man-card. He’s got the calloused hands, the dirty jeans and the toned body to show for it. Now that he’s satisfied with whom he is he intends to stay true to himself even if it means remaining alone. Lingering glances, Soft touches, Shallow Breaths… April Maddox thought she’d lucked out when she found her prince at the early age of sixteen. Unfortunately, their kiss turned him from king to croaker right before her eyes. Forsaken and cynical, she fears all men will leave her with warts before hopping off to another woman’s lily pad. Smooth strokes, Light nips, Gentle tugs… When it comes to relationships, they say timing is everything, and everything has its time. History has played a part in Decker’s and April’s desire to give up on love. Fate will bring them together. It’s up to them to battle the outside forces, life’s interruptions, and daily dramas… together. With a little faith, they can undo everything that’s been… Blocked
Kim’s Review
Lisa N. Paul’s “Blocked” is an amazing book. Only a few pages into this book had me wanting to throttle Ben, a self absorbed asshole. His poor wife April never saw his fuckery coming. Poor Decker Brand is introduced with his toddler, Charlotte, at the cemetery. Who is he visiting? What happened? What happens when meddling moms intervene? Find out the answers to those questions and more in this awesome book.
5 out of 5 stars
Add on Goodreads Blocked Portrait of kissing very attractive couple About Lisa N. Paul Lisa N Paul_Author Pic
Lisa N. Paul is a wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, reader, writer, blogger, and self-proclaimed comedian—just not always in that order. Ever since she was a little girl, she has devoured books. Falling in love with the Sweet Valley High series at a young age drew Lisa to series books and inspired her to write her own. Thursday Nights is the first book in her Charistown series.
When not writing, Lisa can be found eating french fries and Godiva raspberry truffles, or hanging out with her husband and two sons.
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