Sunday, April 6, 2014

review: Sneaking Candy by Lisa Burstein

Sneaking Candy by Lisa Burstein

My rating:  4/5
DRC provided by NetGalley for an honest review
Published: 12.9.2013
Genre:  New Adult Contemporary Romance

Summary –

A new adult novel from Entangled's Embrace imprint...

One taste is never enough...

All I ever wanted was to make a name for myself as Candice Salinas, creative writing grad student at the University of Miami. Of course, secretly I already have made a name for myself: as Candy Sloane, self-published erotic romance writer. Though thrilled that my books are selling and I have actual fans, if anyone at UM found out, I could lose my scholarship…and the respect of my faculty advisor, grade-A-asshole Professor Dylan.

Enter James Walker, super-hot local barista and—surprise!—my student. Even though I know a relationship is totally off-limits, I can’t stop myself from sneaking around with James, taking a few cues from my own erotic writing…if you catch my drift. Candy’s showing her stripes for the first time in my real life, and I’ve never had so much fun. But when the sugar high fades, can my secrets stay under wraps? (Thanks to for the summary)

My Thoughts –

Sneaking Candy is an extremely cute story that I couldn’t put down once I started.  It was fun and entertaining to read about Candice and James.

I had the DRC and it was kind of frustrating to read as some of the letters were missing from certain words throughout the story.

James and Candice had great chemistry.  Prof. Dylan was a douche bag and a creeper.  I enjoyed reading about writers.  The situations were cute/funny and the story was easy to read.  It’s well written and is over before you know it.  Great job to the author, I will definitely be reading more form her!!


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