Review of Xavier (Men of Steel #4) by MJ Fields

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Genre: Romance, Erotica

Book Length (Est.): 298 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Twenty three year old Xavier is out to prove his independence to his brothers and Momma Joe.

Needing a change Xavier Steel decided to plant his feet in the Jersey sand and start a production company allowing him the ability to re acquaint himself with his true passion in life and make a living doing what he loved, playing and creating music.

Taelyn Patrick is offered an opportunity to make much needed extra money. The hours would be grueling, but she doesn’t care. She needs the money to help her fiancé’ Daniel. Daniel and Taelyn had lived together and went to the same college when he was accepted into the medical program at Harvard. Together they made the decision to live separately until Taelyn finished her internship and graduated from college. They had looked at several apartments near Harvard together and fell in love with one. Supporting two households would be a huge financial burden but they knew the apartment would be gone if they waited until she graduated; when they would reunited and again live together.

Taelyn was offered an opportunity she could not afford to turn down. She wasn’t looking forward to helping a spoiled kid start a production company that she was sure would fail. She was less enthusiastic when his mother, her boss, asked that she be available at all times. Josephina explained that she was worried about woman taking advantage of her son financially and damage his kind heart.

Can Xavier curb his sexual appetite and become a responsible young man? Or will he find himself in bed with women who will do whatever they have to for their own financial gain?

Jennifer’s Review: 

The Steel brothers are all amazing and funny as hell. Xavier is no different, although he fights his desires a lot less than his brothers did. Then again Taelyn did enough resisting for the both of them.

Xavier is the epitome of a man ho. He can have it anywhere from anyone and he takes full advantage of that. We got a glimpse of this in Zandor when he entertained Bekah’s roommate. Of course, nothing is truly private and after pictures start popping up on the internet he realizes just how private is life is not.

“No I’m googling your–. Oh my God.”

“That bad? Fuck. I should’ve been more careful. I really don’t give a shit. I mean–.”

“Your penis is on google and you’re not worried about that?”

“Why? Does it look small?” 

Momma Joe does her best to protect her boys and hiring a personal assistant for Xavier that resembles Shawn White seemed absolutely perfect. Too bad that was an old picture and the now beautiful Taelyn definitely immediately catches his eye.

Taelyn was raised with three brothers, all of which remind her of Xavier, so his actions are nothing new. If anything she’s intrigued by him and even offers at one point to be his wingman…of sorts.

“I’m going to the bar. I’m gonna get loaded and I’m gonna go home and fuck the luckiest girl in that place until she can’t speak. Then I’m gonna fuck her again.”

“Good, I wanna go so I can tell you why she’d be all wrong for you.” 

This is a great book. I absolutely loved it! But it has a lot of typos. All of the books in this series have a few, nothing too bad to worry about, but this one has so many it became distracting at times. And that is the only reason I’m not giving it a 5.

My Favorite Tattoo: Hold Fast! I loved his description of what it meant.

My Favorite Moments: I love Taelyn and her family. I could even see a spin off series with her brothers. But my favorite moments were between Xavier and Bella. That little girl is a riot all by herself.

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

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  1. Pingback: May 2014 – Author of the Month: MJ Fields | Hines and Bigham's Literary Tryst

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