All Revved Up (Dangerous #1)
Faith Bennett loved Miguel the moment she saw him. But she always knew his future was in New York, while hers was tied to the auto shop that was her close-knit famil ...more
Okay, first of all I'm sorry I can't give a higher rating, but...
Can you imagine a reunion, hot sex, drama, more hot sex, secret child, hot sex, unresolved family issues, happy ending - and all that in forty pages?
In other words, this story has all the right elements, super hot hero material, pretty nice idea, great potential... and it's so short, I kind of started reading it, blinked, and it was over.
So, here I am, yet again, stuck with my "not enough room for development" speech. Serious ...more
I think if I've never read Anne Calhoun's short story in which she made me feel like I've indulged in a full blown book, then I'd have more appreciation for this piece. But the mind knows what the mind knows I suppose.
Miguel is rich and spanish? (How fucking sexy is that.) And Faith isn't. When they were teenage ...more
The opening sentences are amazing and hooked me right away: "The smell of motor oil, degreaser, and coolant were among the very few scents in the world that made Miguel Santos’s d*ck ...more
As always with very short stories, I don't think you can judge them too harshly on being abrupt. I wouldn't expect great swathes of characterisation and a tidy little epilogue.
In this case my rating has to be based on the incredible things the writer has done in so few words. Yes, I could have done with more in some areas, but I have to say that the depth of character and emotion (not to mention scorching love scenes!) that was achieved here ha ...more
Faith and Miguel were high school sweethearts. Madly in love they spent time in their own little world for years. Until close to graduation Faith left Miguel without any warning o ...more
A very quick and steamy read.
I just love these Wicked Reads. They are short, with a good story and lots of steam. Just what I need to read sometimes! And if this is what you're looking for then let me tell you about All Revved Up. It must be my fascination with Mercy Thompson, but I like the storyline of the heroine being a car mechanic, it's sexy! So Faith was the girl from the wrong side of the tracks, dating Miguel, the rich kid who had a bright future ahead back in high school.
They had amazing chemistry, but somehow sh
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I just loved these Wicked Reads. They are short, with a good story and lots of steam. Just what I need to read sometimes! And if this is what you're looking for then let me tell about All Revved Up.
It must be my fascination with Mercy Thompson, but I like the storyline of the heroine being a car mechanic, it's sexy! So Faith was the girl from the wrong side of the tracks, dating Miguel, the rich kid who had a bright future ahead back in high sc ...more
(view spoiler)[Miguel (rich, jock boy) and Faith (girl from the wrong side of the tracks) are high school sweethearts. Faith ends things abruptly upon graduating, at Miguel's total astonishment. This was the girl he wanted to spend the rest of his rest lif ...more
Miguel Santos and Faith Bennett's book.
I wanted a quick read before I dove into my next book because my next book is going to be a long one. (which I prefer actually)
Great cover, and great little story. I really like stories where the couples history starts out years earlier when they were in grade school or high school. So for that reason, I picked All Revved Up. That attracted me.
I could feel the passion between Miguel and Faith and I could also feel their des ...more
When reading this book almost the same level of lust and con ...more
Usually, stories/books where couples reunite after years apart are not my cup of tea. They make me sad. : ) But I love Sylvia Day's writing, so I wanted to,read this story.
This story made me a little sad as well, because for such a short story, Day really made you feel the characters emotions and how much they missed each other during their years apart. The story was well written. The surprise Faith had for Miguel was well-explained. I'm looking forward to the sequel to see how faith and Miguel ...more
It's just a bit disappointing in my part that I read some reviews and it was revealed there that there was a child involve. If I wasn't aware of that, it would be a good plot twist.
I can't wait to read the next installment because this book has really a good plot. It's a challenging in Sylvia Day's part on what more twist and conflict she can thi ...more