Review for Swink by Adriana Locke




Title: Swink
Series: Landry Family #5
Author: Adriana Locke
Genre: A Standalone Bad Boy/Good Girl Romance
Release Date: July 21, 2017



Blurb

I’m that guy.

Camilla Landry rustles against me, the silky fabric of her overpriced lingerie slipping along my bruised rib. The porcelain perfection of her skin is even more innocent against the colorful ink dotting my own. It’s demure meets damage, pampered meets punctured.

So, yeah, it’s obvious I’m that guy. Dominic Hughes. Her attempt at rebellion. Her bid to see what the other side of the tracks feel like. I’m okay with being used because, from where I’m sitting, the other side of the tracks have never looked so good. 








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Kim's Review

Adriana Locke's "Swink" is the fifth tale in the Landry Family series. Camillia Landry has been seeing Derek Hughes for nearly a year but he won't meet her family even though she has met his. He doesn't think he's good enough, and that they are only screwing, nothing more. Things get more complicated when Cam decided to help Dom's brother, without his knowledge. What happens when he finds out? What happens when her family finds out? Will Dom eventually  meet them? Will the Landry's accept him, flaws and all? Find out in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars



Excerpt

He’s standing in the doorway, one hand on the sweatpants that hang just below his chiseled hips and the other leans on the frame. The tattoos that mark his flesh are vivid against his bare skin, making the blues of his eyes shine.
He flashes a lopsided smile my way. “Took you long enough.”
“I don’t drive like a bat out of hell,” I laugh, stepping past him. “Did you shower already?”
“Yeah. I smelled like gym floors.”             
“As long as you don’t smell like gym whores,” I say, setting the bags on the table in the kitchen.
His laugh is contagious and I feel myself smiling. A set of arms cage me in from behind, grasping the table on both sides of me. My skin breaks out in a shiver as his lips find the sensitive spot behind my ear.
His face buries in the crook of my neck and he takes a long, leisurely breath. “You smell so good.”
“Keep doing that,” I say, relaxing my head onto his chest.
“What?”
“Talking with your mouth against me.”
“You like this?” he asks all breathily so that each word whispers across my skin.
My eyes fall closed as I relish in this moment of nothing but him. “No, I love this.”
“Can I tell you a little secret?”
“As long as you keep talking, you can tell me whatever you want.”
He chuckles, dotting kisses up and down my neck. “I love this too, feeling your body give up the fight of the day and let me take over.” He turns me in his arms so I’m facing him. “I love that you trust me enough to let your shoulders sink out of that perfect posture you walk around with.”
As he reaches up and undoes the elastic in my hair, I watch his features soften. He moves carefully, unwrapping the tie from the twisted mess in my locks, careful not to pull.
“There,” he says, cupping the back of my head through my long tresses, “that’s better.”
“You don’t like my hair up?”
“Not like you had it. You look to lunching-y,” he says, wrinkling his nose.
“Lunching-y?”
“Yes,” he grins.
“You are too cute.”
“You are too fucking sexy.”
Reaching up, I swipe the pad of my thumb over the cut above his eye. He flinches, but just for a second. “What happened?”
“Bond’s right hand.”
“I hate him.”
“So do I,” he snickers.
“Let’s get some ice for it.”
He leans in, his brows tugging together. “Let’s not.” His eyes hood as he takes me in, his tongue darting out and wetting his lips. My knees weaken, my body humming with delight at his reaction.
“I want to take care of you,” I whisper, although that’s really on the backburner now. “Let me baby you.”
Instead, he lifts me up and places me on the table. My stomach clenches as he positions himself between my thighs, my sundress curling at my waist. I ring my legs around him, pulling him so close that the soft cotton of his sweatpants rubs against my opening.
He looks down. “You aren’t wearing panties.”






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Kim's Review of #1:

Adriana Locke's "Sway" is the first tale in the Landry Family series. Alison Baker is a single mom, working 2 jobs to support herself and her 10 year old son, Huxley. Barrett Landry is the mayor of Savannah and the oldest child of the Landry family. He wants to run for Governor next, then to the White House. At an event he meets Alison, who is serving the party and he overhears her boss scolding her about talking to the guests. Barrett steps in and scolds the boss, and rescuing her from his ire. They walk and talk outside, and she leaves him behind. Why did she leave him? What happens when he tracks her down? Can he convince her to see him? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars






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Kim's Review of #2:

Adriana Locke's "Swing" is the second tale in the Landry Family series. Lincoln Landry has hurt himself in the last game of the season. He's been going to the doctor to fix the problem before the next season. While at the hospital for physical therapy he sees a woman with kids and she mesmerizes her. Danielle Ashley works at the hospital with sick kids, trying to keep them busy and have fun while being treated for horrible diseases. When she sees and recognizes Lincoln she doesn't give him the time of day. She's had enough of professional sports people, and no one can blame her. Can Lincoln change her mind? Will she give him a chance? What happened in her past for her to pigeon hole him by his occupation? find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars





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Kim's Review of #3:

Adriana Locke's "Switch" is the third tale in the Landry Family series. Graham Landry needs an assistant. Badly. He's gone through a bunch of them since his older one quit on him. He's piled high with work and can't keep up with it by himself. One of his sisters suggests a girl he went to school with who moved back to town and needs a job. He accepts and is waiting for her impatiently on her first day because she's late. Mallory is having a bad day. First her alarm doesn't go off, then she has wardrobe problems and food spills. It can't get any worse, can it? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars




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Kim's Review of #4:

Adriana Locke's "Swear" is the fourth tale in the Landry Family series. The Landrys are back and better than ever in this awesome book. Ford is back in Savannah to stay after his time in the military. He has gotten Landry Security up and running with the help of Graham. Graham sends him to a shop to set up security, but what he doesn't tell him is who owns the shop. Who owns it? Why was Graham so insistent that Ford go? Find out in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars







Author Bio

USA Today Bestselling author Adriana Locke lives and breathes books. After years of slightly obsessive relationships with the flawed bad boys created by other authors, Adriana has created her own.

She resides in the Midwest with her husband, sons, and two dogs. She spends a large amount of time playing with her kids, drinking coffee, and cooking. You can find her outside if the weather's nice and there's always a piece of candy in her pocket.



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