Review: Inarticulate by Eden Summers

September 23, 2016 Review 0

Review: Inarticulate by Eden Summers

He’s silent—but his touch speaks louder than words.

At first sight, Savannah is drawn to the harsh appeal of a man who refuses to talk to her. Keenan’s hard stare is arrogant and unapologetic. The quirk of his sensuous lips is cocky and in control.

But there’s more. There’s something deeper he’s trying to hide behind those steely grey eyes—a slight hint of vulnerability which captures her intrigue.

She’d been warned, told that his silence hides a myriad of lies capable of affecting her career and relationships with loved ones. Only she can't help herself. Testing Keenan's defenses is an addiction she can't deny.

Falling in lust is easy. Learning his secrets comes with a price. The cost? Her broken heart.

Title: Inarticulate
Author: Eden Summers
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Blind Attraction
Source: Author
Published: September 12, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Romance
Pages: 284
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Keenan doesn’t talk. Has never had the need too. He communicates through action or gestures. His family, especially his father, doesn’t approve of his method of communication and is often embarrassed of him. Until he meets Savannah. There is just something about her that makes him want to have the ability to communicate in ways she can understand. Sadly, It’s inevitable that their tryst will only end in disaster and betrayal.

This is my first Eden Summers book and I have to say that I enjoyed her writing style. I loved the blurb or storyline of the book. Inarticulate covered a communication disorder that isn’t usually a topic a novel focuses on. I enjoyed the strength and vulnerability that Keenan possessed, which is kind of hard to portray in a male character. He found a way to communicate that did not involve words and made encounters that much more intense, passionate, and real. It was told mainly from Savannah’s point of view but really seemed like both characters talked throughout the book. It was a little bit confusing when the ‘emails’ started to come up in between chapters, as it focused on the not-so distant future while still in the present.

Savannah and Keenan were great characters that really meshed well. Most of the book it was spent finding time to be together without her cousin knowing and fixing problems her cousin caused in order to sabotage the take-over. There was point towards the end that felt like time had sped up. Savannah could have totally handled the events that took place in the last few chapters so much better as well. With that said there were times when I was totally sucked into the story, while others I just skimmed. It is a good read I would recommend to those who enjoy reads that include lust, passion, vulnerability, betrayal, anger, and love.

I was gifted a copy of this novel from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review.

 

 

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