“Sorry, it’s just, well, it’s a really great cock.”
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Book Length (Est.): 301 Pages
The light of the future can only be found by stepping out of the darkness of the past…
After leaving her marriage, Juliette Walker wants to accomplish many new things, but meeting a new man certainly isn’t part of her plan.
Plagued with struggles over her past, she seeks the advice of a professional. But after unloading her most intimate thoughts to the handsome stranger with dark hair and glasses at a friend’s party, she discovers he isn’t the man she thinks he is.
Although Juliette comes into Mark Hine’s life like an unexpected tornado, he finds himself intrigued by the bundle of energy who spills her secrets in a drunken barrage.
Despite swearing off dating permanently since the tragic death of his fiancee, he keeps finding excuses to spend time with the single mom who makes him laugh and brings him out of his shell.
In the aftermath of Juliette’s most humiliating experience to date, she’s convinced Mark has permanently friend-zoned her, until the moment it becomes shockingly clear she couldn’t be more wrong.
But will demons of the past threaten to derail the opportunity for love? Or can two damaged hearts overcome their painful histories to find a future of happiness together?
***Show Me Something is for mature audiences due to steamy bedroom scenes that are in no way contained to just the bedroom.***
Full Length Standalone book with no cliffhanger. Fifth book of the “Something Series”.
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Juliette is a single mother who is trying to make a new life for her and her son. After leaving her husband (a dirty, drug addicted cop who cheated on her) she has relied a lot on her friends and their generosity. She isn’t one for handouts though so she does everything she can to give back to those who have continually helped her.
Mark (Love him because he has my last name!) is an unorganized lawyer who has spent years, and I mean years, unable to move on from losing his fiancé in a car accident. He’s quiet in public and a little awkward at times, but he’s an extremely nice man.
Their initial meeting leaves Juliette embarrassed beyond words, but then again she tends to word vomit on a regular basis. Her insecurities and pretty much anything else she has on her mind (appropriate or not) likes to explode filterless out of her mouth.
“I think it’s clear that either I’m going to need to gag you, which has possibilities, or I’ll need to do some more dirty talking to distract you.”
Mark finds her adorable and continually finds little reasons to swing by and spend time not only with her, but her son. He’s afraid to want more because of his past, but when Juliette goes on a bad first date with someone else he cannot hold in his desires anymore.
“Uh, yeah. I don’t know how you missed the whole groaning like a wild animal and grunting out my orgasm inside of you.”
Show Me Something is a laugh out loud while fanning yourself from the heat kind of book. It’s a little slow progressing, but once there’s fire holy cow there’s dirty-talking-gotta-have-you-now fire.
Honestly the only thing that kept me from giving this book a 5 star rating was I expected the thing with her ex to get a little more suspenseful. It had the opportunity to and then all of a sudden it’s taken care of, leaving another more heartfelt and sad issue to stand in their way. Besides, that it is a great read. And if you loved the previous Something Series books you’ll enjoy that some of the characters are very fully front and center in this one.