Kindle Edition ☆ Tonic Epub ð

Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01M6U73IDJoel Anderson doesn't take anything seriouslyNot his relationships which have been few and far between since his brutal divorce Not the drama of working in a tattoo parlor which seems to be around every corner When things get him down he smiles and cracks a joke But he's not the kind of man you cross or you'll find yourself at the wrong end of his fistsAnnika Belousov takes everything seriouslyLike her job as a reality television producer given that she typically has something to prove Or her love life which is defined by a series of requirements affluent ambitious accomplished to name a few Definitely her family who worked their whole lives to afford her every opportunity a sacrifice she doesn't take lightly When she's tapped to produce a reality show at Joel's shop she doesn't think twice just goes in for the kill as if there were any other way The second Annika walks into Joel's shop he makes it his mission to crack her open but she's not having it He's all wrong too crass too hairy too un serious But it doesn't take her long to find out there's to him than smirks and tattoos And what she finds could put her career and his heart on the lineNot that Joel cares Because for the first time in a long time he's found his tonic A standalone Romantic Comedy


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    You know? I always find it hard to review good books The books that pull at you elicit the biggest emotions the books that leave you in the happiest place bookworm heaven THOSE kind of books are the absolute hardest to review It’s no secret that I am a huge Hart fan It’s no secret that with each book Hart releases my love for her gets stronger Know why? Because Hart has a distinctive way of telling stories Hart tells stories that are full of emotion and realism character and connection Hart pours herself into her words resulting in those words then pouring into me and it's the best feeling honestly every time I pick up a Hart book I know I’m going to get a full reading experience Do I ever worry that her next book won't compare to the last? No I don’t Because each and every Hart book is different each and every character is different each and every storyline is fresh and cannot be compared shouldn't be compared I trust Staci and her writing I trust that she’ll make it an experience I won't forget and that’s why she's one of my favourite authors and will continue to be while she puts pen to paper or fingers to keysHarts latest masterpiece is Tonic Joel and Annika’s story and oh my wow what a story it is From beginning to end I have lived and breathed these characters wanting them in my head my heart and fixed permanently under my skin And they are and they'll stay deeply inscribed forever like the most perfectly beautiful tattooAt just 16% I got the tingles You know the ones Those feelings that set up your soul those feelings that sizzle right beneath your skin setting off goosebumps and butterflies Those feelings of utter bliss and love over what you’re reading Those tingles I got them and I felt them strongly What developed after that can only be described as pure bookworm pleasure Joel and Annika’s relationship is fire and ice Hot and cold A delicious push and pull It’s strength and love weakness and hate all rolled into a perfectly pristine package of angst and brilliance At 36% everything exploded That delicious angst detonated into searing heat and left me breathless Joel is one wicked dirty hairy btard He’s utter sin wrapped in perfection Everything about him set me alight from the raw visceral animal side of him to the deep swoony side that stole EVERYTHING from me Annika the ice to Joel's fire So hard and cold and strong but so utterly real and believable I loved her her persistence her sassiness her boldness that set her apart from any other The polar opposite to Joel but perfect than anything I could have imagined If you've read a Hart novel before you know that Staci has a way of wrapping you up in the softest blanket while her words break you down and embed themselves deep in your heart and her characters become your friends people you love but all the while you know that something will come and blow it all apart taking you down with it In Tonic the boom of the bomb she drops is really painful It’s loud and rips the blanket and your heart to smithereens And it left me a mess A total blubbering mess filled with my own anger and desperation But through the cold the heat always wins and Staci piece by piece put my heart back together slowly but surely she made me smile through tears She made my heart sing through raw devastation and she set my soul ablaze though love At 92% I never wanted Tonic to end I never wanted to leave the world of Joel and Annika I don't really think I ever will I’m sure they will remain deep in me alongside all of Hart’s previous characters Tonic left me breathless it made my heart ache and burn yet sing with the raw realness of its words It was everything I wanted and It was fire and ice hot and coldpractically perfect in every way