Review: Let’s Misbehave

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Let’s Misbehave

Author: Kate Perry
Series: Summerhill, #3
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Phoenix Rising Enterprises, Inc
Publication Date: April 14th, 2014
Format: PDF
Pages: 293
Source: AToMR / Kate Perry
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Kobo

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Imogen Summerhill, box office darling, has never wanted to be in the spotlight less.

When racy photos–and video!–are leaked by her sleazy ex, her studio couldn’t be happier. All press is good press, and this will only enhance the intrigue about her upcoming blockbuster. But how is Gigi supposed to be taken seriously as an actress with all this inappropriate buzz? She’s Cate Blanchett, not Kim Kardashian.

But then Gigi meets Merrick Graham, the Bad Boy of Politics. The last thing either of them wants is to be tainted by more scandal: he needs the support of the conservatives, and she wants to untarnish her image.

Only they can’t resist each other–separately they’re good, but in the bedroom they’re even better. They can’t be seen together in public, but in private all’s fair game, and there’s plenty of room to misbehave…

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*Spoiler free review*

I’m currently reading the Laurel Heights series (and loving it!), but when I saw the opportunity to hop into Kate’s Summerhill series, I just couldn’t resist!

Kate Perry’s books have strong independent female characters and a plot that you can count on being sweet with just the right amount of steam that always keeps us coming back for more. And her newish series Summerhill is no different.

What happens when bad boy Merrick meets Gigi? Good girl gone bad! That’s what. There is no point in denying the intense chemistry between them, but while both are trying to clean up their image they agree on a secret affair. But we all know that secrets have a way of coming out!

I loved the side story of Holly and Peter, but I only wish there was more! Maybe they’ll get a novella in this series? A girl can only hope. I really hope that Holly and Peter’s story doesn’t get swept to the side because I think it’s just as important and as intriguing as Gigi & Merrick’s!

Similar to Laurel Heights series, Kate allows you the opinion to read the Summerhill series book-by-book or as a standalone. While I read Let’s Misbehave as a standalone I wish I read the other two books first. And that’s only because I really wanted to get to know Imogen’s (Gigi) sisters better.

Overall, yet another famously written book from Kate! This is a well paced, light read that will have you giggling over banter and fanning yourself over all the steamy scenes. I look forward to finishing up Laurel Heights and catching up on this story.

4 Stars


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Kate has tangoed at midnight with a man in blue furry chaps, dueled with flaming swords in the desert, and strutted on bar tops across the world and back. She’s been kissed under the Eiffel Tower, had her butt pinched in Florence, and been serenaded in New Orleans. But she found Happy Ever After in San Francisco with her Magic Man.

Kate’s the bestselling author of the Laurel Heights Novels, as well as the Pillow Talk and Guardians of Destiny series. She’s been translated into several languages and is quite proud to say she’s big in Slovenia. All her books are about strong, independent women who just want love.

Most days, you can find Kate in her favorite café, working on her latest novel. Sometimes she’s wearing a tutu. She may or may not have a jeweled dagger strapped to her thigh…

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