Friday, April 14, 2017

Review: Background Noise - R.C. Martin

Background Noise
(Tennessee Grace short)
by R.C. Martin
Genre: Novella, Contemporary, Romance
Published: April 8, 2017

He's sexy, yet charming. He's mysterious, but kind—and that dark, southern drawl of his gets me every time. 

I don't know who he is, the gorgeous stranger hiding out in this small town, but maybe—for just one night—I don't care. 


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Review
5 Stars

Short, sweet, and sexy, Background Noise is R.C. Martin's novella that introduces readers to Ashley and Corie, the rocker and the barista turned epic romance story. Ashley Hicks is the Southern Gentleman type, but his long hair and beard hide who he truly is. Corie Flynn finds him mysterious and hot, but as the girl behind the bar serving his coffee she knows she'll never have more with him besides her sneaky staring until one day he comes up and changes everything. Those short moments of coffee ordering have grown into something more and when they discover the chemistry between them there is no looking back.

"I don't know what tomorrow will bring, but I'll never be the same. Not after Ashley. I'm sure of it"

I loved Background Noise, while it was short it is a complete story and gives readers just enough to get them hooked and excited for RC's new release, Backwoods Belle. The short novella heated up my kindle and left me definitely waiting for more. Readers will be happy to know there's character development and relationship development and that there's no cliffhanger in this introduction to a romance they're going to fall in love with.

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