On-point dialogue and relentlessly erotic prose characterize national best-selling author Niobia Bryant’s mesmerizing novels. The third in a series starring the heartbreaking Strong brothers, Give Me Fever takes the game to another level. A quiet accountant, Kaeden Strong is blown away when he meets Jade Prince—a tomboy nature guide with the body of a goddess. Despite his allergies, Kaeden agrees to go on a camping trip, which Jade is hired to lead. And while stranded one night, the two share a rowdy tumble in a sleeping bag. Now desiring to turn that one night of passion into something more, Kaeden makes a strong push to win Jade’s affections—but he’s going to have to pull out all the stops to outmaneuver the other men already in line. Bryant keeps listeners up late into the night with a tale of passionate, untamed lovers. A rousing reading by Shari Peele injects additional fire into this steamy contemporary romance.
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Love books, preferably romance and suspense. Typically read/listen to 3-5 a week.
I enjoyed this book. I don't think it was as good as Hot Spot, but it was good. The author did a good job in how the story unfolded. It was hard to see a Strong man being unsure of himself and in the shadow of his family, but the story kept you rooting for Kaeden to shine. I went looking the this story after listening to Hot Spot. I can't wait for the next book about the Strong family to be on audible.
I love the Strong family dynamics, closeness and love for each other. That made the story touching and very interesting aside for the two main characters. It brings you into the fold. At times, Kaeden drove me crazy, but in the end it was well worth it. The story has it all - moments you laugh, moments you may hold your breath. There was sex, drama, and of course language. As long as the story is good - I am not bothered by either. As a matter of fact, these are part of the list that guarantees the story will hold my attention.
It was a hard fought road for Jade and Kaeden to fight, but they found their way to each other and formed a solid relationship. Kaeden, the nerd of the family and Jade the hot, sexy woman Kaeden thought he didn't have a chance with, unfolded showing the real side of people and how we work so hard to mess up. The story showed the real side people.
The incidents with Kaeden's allergies were rather funny but oh so true. This was a story of opposites attract - how being real and yourself attracts people to you. Once they got through the walls they put up they found they actually did have some common interest.
All in all I enjoyed the story and once again it has left me wanting more of this series and has put this author on my radar.
I would say yes only because Shari Peele can bring a story to life.
That is a tough question. Both Jade and Kaeden were such dynamic characters, but I think I would have to choose Kaeden. He was such a complex character and different from so many of the men I know. As a woman, I usually relate more to the female characters, but in this case I felt like I could really relate to Kaeden.
Shari Peele's performance was just awesome in this book. Shari Peele has the ability to make both the women and men characters sexy. She is just the perfect narrator for contemporary romance books. I love her accents, especially the one she uses for Garcelle.
Yes, this is a book that I didn't want to turn off. If I could have stayed put for the entirety of this book I would have.
The Strong family is a family I love to revisit. I love getting to know this family. Jade and Kaeden were the first members of the family I met so they naturally have a special place in my heart. Still, I like their story the most because it seemed liked they had a lot more outside influences to have to survive through.
This is a very good love story with enough twists and turns that keeps it interesting and moving along at a good momentum. It is not a sappy, typical-type love story but has stumbling blocks and third party jealousy that gets in the way. The ending is heart warming.
Omg yes! I laughed. I had a good time reading this book! It has a little bit of everything crazy. People fighting, drama. Love.
When kaden fell down the hill! thats when everything got started.
The fight because ol'boy thought he could take kaden lol kaden said dont let the glasses Fool you.
When they stop running from each other at his office.
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