Review for Freak Out by Ella Emerson



A complete standalone novel.
Have you ever met someone who turned everything you knew inside out? That’s what it was like when Freak Phillips and I really met for the first time.
This roller coaster ride he had me on was making me question myself. Making me do things I had never dreamed of. So out of character, so unlike me.
Better yet, I was liking it.
But, little did I know what he had in store for me was unlike anything I could have ever imagined.
Freak wasn’t exactly what I had envisioned. Furthermore, could I picture myself with him in a relationship?
Wild, exciting, and completely deranged come and fall in love with the mystery that is Freak Phillips.


Kim's Review

Ella Emerson's "Freak Out" is a sexy read. Chelsea works at her Uncle's garage going paperwork. Freak is the newest mechanic. One day their worlds collide in a broom closet and nothing will ever be the same again. Can one wild encounter change the course of two lives forever? Find out in this must read book!!!

5 out of 5 stars


About the author
Ella Emerson lives in Florida with her husband and three wonderful children. When she isn't writing you can find her watching movies or playing games with her children. She loves to read, write and eat pizza. A true lover of the beach, she enjoys the sun, surf, sand and sea. She also is a huge fan of the cinema and enjoys crazy 80's chick flicks. She was raised a military brat, and has seen her fair share of the world. She loves using her own experiences and turning them into lovely romantic tales.
In high school she discovered her love for reading, and even had one of her poems published in a national magazine. She continues to read, write, review and hopefully she can become an inspiration to her own children, as well as others.

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What inspires you, and keeps you inspired? My children, and they keep me inspired to keep on writing to have a better life. 

How has your life influenced your writing? Do you base any of your stories – even loosely – on your own experiences at work, at home, or elsewhere? Yes, always. Most of my stories are based loosely on my many travels growing up. I've been all around the world, so I feel I can always choose many different locations for my stories. 

How do you find or make time to write? What makes an “ideal set of circumstances” for your writing? (Setting, environment…) I usually write at night when everyone has gone to bed. I love putting on music and just writing. 

What do you like to read when you’re not writing? Romance Novels. Also, I read many books on perfecting the art of writing. 

What are your pet peeves as an author?Pet peeves? hmm, I'd have to say when people say I don't write "real" books because they can't find my books at B&N or the airport. 

Give an example of one mistake you’ve made as an author and what you learned from it. Committing to a release date before the story was completed. 

What is one question you WISH someone would ask you? Why? Now answer it. Where I get my ideas for my stories, and why aren't my stories genre specific. Well, I write whatever pops into my head. Most times it doesn't fit into some 'cookie cutter' genre. I write stories I would like to read, and don't really have a plan with my books. Just kind of write what's from the heart. 

What is your biggest fear? Death.

What are you working on now? I'm working on a novel titled Freak Out. It is a great story, and the style of writing hasn't really been done in romance, so I hope everyone will like it. But Freak is not your typical alpha male. 

If you had a superpower, what would it be? What would you call yourself? What would you wear? I would want to fly. I would call myself Flygirl, and I definitely wouldn't wear a skirt. 


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