She's a Spitfire
Physics calls it entropy. Philosophy calls it Murphy’s Law: If something can go wrong, eventually it will. Professionally and personally speaking, Zed’s familiar with the principle. After a decade...more
As m ...more
I'm still as in love with this couple as I was in the beginning. There is just something about Nairne and Zed that speaks to me. And I can't wait to read the conclusion to their dramatic and engrossing journey.
Nevertheless this book didn't captivate me as much as He's a Brute did and I can't really put my finger on it.
One thing is for sure, I was missing ...more
I really loved He’s A Brute, so I was elated to read this sequel, She’s A Spitfire, and follow more of the story between Zed and Nairne.
I may even love this one more because we get to see how fierce and brave Naine is. This really is a great series and I’m excited to see where things head next.
All the stars for this fun, steamy series!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Honestly, I was stuck around the middle of the book for so many days and I really wanted to DNF it. I don't want to blame the book, since probably I wasn't in the right mind, but still I didn't care much about the story and I thought it was kind of predictable at times.
However, I think ...more
— Loved the disability aspect. There was a particular scene wherein Zed helped Nairne with a catheter and it was just amazi ...more
So many things happen in this book that had me on the edge of my seat. It was fantastic, not to mention I fell even more in love with Zed and Nairne! Those two are both so stubborn and fierce. I admire them both for how they're willing to fight for what they love.
I absolutely loved every minute of this. It still had l ...more
She's a Spitfire is the second book in the Tough Love series, and the series should be read in order. Zed and Nairne are back, hot as ever, and dealing with all sorts of drama between them. Zed wants out of the Mafia, while Nairn has a danger from her past show up to threaten her happiness and relationship. Lots of suspense and action to the storyline, which I loved.
Zed is an interesting character. A professional soccer player and in the Mafia, although neither soccer or the Mafi ...more
Lots and lots and lots of drama - that could have been avoided, or at least mitigated but it was a fun read, once I got into it. Getting into the story took a while; I put it down once I started it immediately after finishing the first story, but it was just too much at once. Took a break, skimmed through until it got exciting and smooth sailing from there onwards.
One thing I can’t understand though, is why do strong women think they’re better off doing dumb shit on their own, without ...more
I will be honest here, I would not have read this book if I had not be given a free copy by Netgalley. The first book in this series was not my cup of tea, and neither is this one.
I am afraid my opinion is against the popular opinion, and I didn't find this as hot and steamy as others. The s*x scenes were very similar to the first book, and the main problem I had was that their relationship did not evolve.
Zed’s past isn’t the only one that Nairne should be worrying about. A vile character from her his ...more
OK, typically my favorite book in a series is the first one, especially in romance. I love anticipation and build up, the will they/won't they bits of a new relationship. She's A Spitfire has turned that upside down, I loved this one even more than the first. Chloe did an amazing job writing in suspense and thrill that really kept me captivated through the whole book. I was cheering for Zed and Nairne completely, you can just feel ...more
This series is (and I absolutely mean this in the most flattering of ways) like if your took a mafioso classic film and interwove a steamy contemporary romance =💥!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the progression of their relationship. I am a fan of Nairne’s brain. I am ...more
This was book 2 in The Tough Love Series. In the first book we meet Nairne and Zed and this one picks up where it left off. I think it had a good combination of suspense and romance. I absolutely LOVE the characters.
Nairne is a strong, smart and independent woman and doesn’t let her disability stop her. One of my absolutely favorite things about this book is the fact that the author introduced a character that has a disability but is still in touch with her sexuality and doesn’t stop her fro ...more
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
This is going to be a hard one. It is only human to have expectations and I am not going to apologize for having them. As I said when I reviewed the first book, I think the author had gold between her hands. Interesting situation, complex characters… It just needed a nudge toward the good direction, but, sadly, it has been pushed to the othe ...more
It is not a standalone book and continues on where it left off in book one.
Zed is in Boston trying to get the mafia thing sorted out, while Nairne is about to go back to London. Zed’s character was still demanding and pushy and Nairne got stung by the “I’ll fix it all” bug.
I received this ebook copy from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Similar to the first book in the series, I enjoyed the writing style.
Unfortunately I found the posssessive behaviour that Zed had towards Nairne ver ...more
You might like this book if:
you enjoy steamy romance novels (18+ sexual content – dom/sub)
you need a little thri ...more
Intense. Addicting. Intoxicating.
‘She’s a Spitfire’ is book number two in a trilogy written by the very talented Chloe Liese.
When I first read the first book, ‘He’s a Brute’, I was pleasantly shocked by how good it was and how detailed and correct the book was. So I instantly fell in love with Nairne and Zed, what I didn’t know is how much my love for them could grow.
This book pick up a couple of months after the first book ended, reminding us of everything that had happened and of ev ...more