CAVEMAN ~ JO RAVEN
My Rating: 5
Genres: Romance, Dark Romance, NA, Erotic Romance, Older man/Younger woman
Release Date: May 29, 2017
Read: May 24, 2017
POV: First-person dual perspectives
Matthew Hansen is the kind of handsome that has grown women whispering behind their hands and giggling like schoolgirls.
Dark, tall and mysterious, he’s a newcomer to our little town. He’s a gritty, grease-covered mechanic, and a single daddy.
Plus he’s looking for a nanny – and I am desperately looking for a job.
Sounds like the perfect deal.
Only he’s a jerk. An uncivilized, hulking brute. Zero manners. Zero interest in making me feel welcome in his home. Downright rude.
But oh so sexy.
And I need the job. I can do this.
One thing is for sure: I can’t fall for the Caveman. No matter how sexy he is. How mysterious. How tortured.
That’s the only rule – and one I’m about to break.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
5 Stars!!! to Caveman by author Jo Raven.
Matt and Tay (Octavia)…….
Once again Jo Raven has me completely 100% in love with her book! Truth? When I have a new book from Jo Raven, I expect it to be perfect. Because it always is.
Her writing style, her plot, her characters are all always flawed with tortured souls; a past that will gut you. My connection to her characters are there from the first pages. I can’t explain my relationship with Jo’s books but I can tell you she is literally on my top favorite author’s list. I have said many times, of her characters, that Asher (from Inked Brotherhood) was my favorite. He still is but Matt is literally right behind him.
Do I have to read the blurb before I one click Jo Raven? The answer is a resounding “no!”
Matt is a single father. He lost his wife to cancer and several years later he still struggles with deep grief, pain, and loss. It is a struggle for him to get out of bed everyday. But he does it because he knows that his two adorable children need their daddy. Unfortunately Matt is the epitome of a rude, gruff, grumpy and mean jerk. Despite his attitude, I never doubted how much he loved his children.
Matt realizes he needs help with his children. He needs someone to watch and care for them while he is at work everyday. Matt needs a nanny.
What he doesn’t need is a kind, beautiful, too young woman.
Tay is perfect for Matt and his children despite how young she is. The author does a superb job of matching Matt with his savior. There is constant chemistry and tension between them. Matt is not very nice to her. And even though Tay has her own troubled past, she is always concerned first and foremost for Matt and his two adorable children.
I won’t say much more because I don’t want to give away any spoilers. I can and will tell you that Matt and Tay have several obstacles to overcome before they have their happily ever after. This book has angst, some suspense, secondary characters that add even more depth to the story, and even some suspense with a bit of danger added. All around this book had everything.
AND…..We get a visit from some old friends that we love from Jo’s other books!
If you haven’t read anything by this author yet, I recommend you do! I promise you won’t be sorry. I have been one of Jo’s biggest fans since her first book, Asher. And more than 20 books later, I am still am.
This review is from my heart; honest and unbiased.
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