Review: Study Break by Marie Carnay

April 15, 2015 Review 0

Review: Study Break by Marie Carnay

Book 2 in the Degree After Dark series. It is advisable to read the books in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.

A smoking hot ex, a basement club stocked with liquor, and the sickest beats in town. She should be studying, but Leah never plays by the rules. She knows he’s a bad boy, a tattooed troublemaker with one thing on his mind. She doesn’t care. When the club comes alive, he’s the only man who can make her soar—hot bodies writhing on a crowded dance floor, hands invading places too secret for public display, almost going too far… But in the back bathroom, up against the dingy tile, bent over the sink? Mmmmm. It might not be dinner and a movie, but Leah’s not complaining. Logan can give her a study break she’ll never forget.

An Exotika® contemporary erotica story from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Study Break
Author: Marie Carney
Series: Degree After Dark #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: In the Stacks, Office Hours, Special Session
Source: Publisher
Published: March 18th 2015
Genres: Erotic Short, Steampunk
Pages: 27 pages
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames

What a fun romp! Study Break is the second book of Marie Carnay’s Degree After Dark series.  They are all short stories featuring Leah’s escapades and are standalones. You may want to read all of her adventures from the beginning as they are quite lively!
Leah is feeling overwhelmed with work, school, and of course, homework.  What she should be doing is studying, but that’s no fun! She needs a break! She decides to venture to her favorite club to dance her mind clear. The last thing she expects is to see her smokin’ hot Ex working. When things heat up on the dance floor, they have to take this somewhere a little less conspicuous.  They hit the dingy nightclub bathroom.  Not the best, but Leah, at this point, just doesn’t care.
Leah is such a breath of fresh air and bending the stereotype of what a librarian should be. She is very confident of herself,dresses in gothic style clothes, and lives on the edge. I read this straight through and was not disappointed.  I am looking forward to the next book in the series and see what Leah gets herself involved in next!

 

Deb
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