Reading books by Georgia Le Carre is one of my guilty pleasures. I knew that getting into the Crystal Jake / Eden Trilogy would be a wonderful experience, and I wasn’t disappointed.
About The Book:
Still troubled by her brother’s death, Lily is searching for answers. So she enbarks in a career that introduces her to a dangerous underworld. Surrounded by lust, greed, wealth and handsome and powerful men – one man in particular swipes her off her feet.
Jake Eden has everything; money, power, all the women he can ask for… He never needed love. Love is for the weak. Until one woman with the stage name of “Jewel” arrives and grabs his attention…
For the short book that it is, Eden I is packed with steamy action and fast-paced and interesting plotline. I read it in one sitting and devoured it. There is that unsettling presence of lust in the room on every single page. You can feel the tension between Lucy and Jake, and even as a reader, it can get a bit steamy in the room and you might need to open up a window. Aside from the lust though, there is also a romantic aspect of it – which gives a good balance to the book.
I think that this is a great start of the Crystal Jake / Eden Trilogy series, especially after the very unexpected twist at the end of the book. Trust me, that twist will make you want to pick up the second book instantly.
I loved Lily as a character, and was very interested in the story. And I also enjoyed getting to know Jake as well. Slowly getting to know the real person behind his “big strong man with no feelings” attitude.
Honestly, I am very much looking forward to the second book in the series and definitely recommend this one to add to your collection of steamy stories.
Read my other book reviews for Georgia Le Carre’s books:
His Frozen Heart by Georgia Le Carre
Nanny and the Beast by Georgia Le Carre
The Man In The Mirror by Georgia Le Carre
About The Author:
Georgia writes contemporary and erotic romance from a little old 19th century romantic cottage, surrounded by a magical garden filled with fruit and walnut trees.
When she is not feeding words into her laptop, she can be found lost in long walks in the woods, particularly on moonlit nights, and often with the man of her dreams.
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2 thoughts on “Eden I (The Eden Trilogy #1) by Georgia Le Carre [BOOK REVIEW]”
Kind of off subject, but I love your featured images! I love how consistent they are! I may need to take this idea, and use it to inspire my own! I’ve been looking for something like this!
Thank you Pamela, I’m glad you noticed, and glad you like it 😀 x