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Vice by LM Pruitt Review

 

Title: Vice

Author: L.M. Pruitt
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 20, 2017
There are three things Jeannie Jackson knows for certain:

1. Relationships are more trouble than their worth.
2. There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing.
3. She’s never going back to Cotton Creek.

When tragedy strikes, pulling her back to her hometown and right in to the arms –and bar–of the last man she ever expected to see again, Jeannie starts to wonder what else she’s been wrong about and whether love, like every other vice, is too addictive to walk away from….

This is not the first book I have read from Mrs Pruitt, actually by now I have gone through a few of them and they are mostly in the Paranormal/Horror etc.. genre. So this is a great change for me and seeing her go with a straight forward romance.
Frankly, I read it as soon as I got it cause usually Mrs Pruitt writes amazing books and this one was no different! it was what I needed considering I was stuck in bed with the flu.  I could not focus on anything on Netflix so I figured let us dive in as usually books help when I am feeling poorly!
I loved it pretty much from he first page and I knew that it was going to be great once I finished the prologue!  It was everything, honestly I choked up in tears a few times, I laughed, I smiled I even swooned a little and let me tell you that Vice is exactly what my non existent doctor prescribed!
 I had to put it down once, because I could not keep my eyes open anymore but I finished it as soon as I woke up again and honestly, I would have been happy with more!  There was something so special between Abraham and Jeannie.
All the characters were really well written, they were relatable and lovable on so many levels, though the backstory is pretty horrid for poor Jeannie and what comes next is not better, you can see that she is clearly a very strong and determined character.  I for one admire her very much and this is a feat of strength because as much as I love characters in general, it is not often that I end up admiring one and yet, here we have it!
I can tell you frankly that this one is going to be part of my regular rotation of books I tend to read over and over again when I am not in the mood for something new and it is a well deserved place in my collection!
This is a gem and I can only but super highly recommend it to you especially if you are a huge fan of contemporary romances. I think Vice sets the bar very high and I would love to see more from Mrs. Pruitt coming back to the genre again.  Oh heck, what am I saying anything that woman writes is pretty gosh darn amazing!
So if you are like me currently off work, then this is the best time for you to enjoy and fall in love with this gem like I did!  I am telling you, you will not regret it!
With roots sank deep in Florida soil—the land of oranges, alligators, Publix, and hurricanes—L.M. Pruitt has been writing about the peculiarities and quirks of the region and its people for years. There may not be actual vampires in the area but there are mosquitos which, quite frankly, is close enough.
Ms. Pruitt holds a bachelor’s in criminal justice (hence the more macabre nature of books such as Silk and The Andersons) from Florida State University and is in the process of earning two additional degrees in history and political science (because you never know when the intrigues of the Tudor Court will come in handy). She resides in Florida with one black cat who happens to be a champion mosquito killer.

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