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What it’s about:
Love makes you crazy. It warps your sense of direction, causing your world to shift and turn on its axis. Love is an anchor that wraps its steely chains around your heart and crushes the ever-loving life out of you.
Sasha Lee won’t suffer fools again. She’d been there, done that, and has the internal injuries to prove it. As a renowned Boston orthopedic surgeon and clinic owner, she’s worked relentlessly to help others recover from their own injuries, because she knows pain, if left unattended, will eat you alive.
Jackson “Jax” Koda loves a good challenge, because anything that comes too easy just isn’t worth it. A corporate lawyer by day, he’s one half of the esteemed Camden Ventures dynamic duo, vetting crazy deals and capitalizing on their business success. But when the work is done, his interests lie elsewhere. Music and women – both incredible elixirs for his soul and body. And his newest challenge is finding a way to get Sasha back in his bed.
When their engaged best friends call upon Sasha and Jackson to plan their joint bachelor-bachelorette party, the two find themselves at odds bickering over inconsequential details, all the while trying to figure out how to keep their fiery chemistry contained and their sexy secret under wraps.
More Than Physical by Sierra Hill is an erotic romance. Although it is part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone novel.
Sasha Leonetti is a physician with her own clinic. She’s short on stature but tall on sass and crass. Her college sweetheart broke her heart and her psyche; she’s vowed to be a love ‘em and leave ‘em type ever since.
Jackson Koda, corporate lawyer by day and music aficionado by night, is a tall drink of water in the Sahara. While his estrangement from his parents has made him commitment shy, a certain someone has him thinking that having a woman in his life might not be so bad.
Sasha and Jackson are thrown together by circumstance: their respective best friends are getting married. Too bad Sasha and Jackson are oil and water…until a bottle of tequila is thrown in the mix. Their banter is fun whether in person or via email and text message. The dialogue highlights their fabulous chemistry.
For me, there was too much focus on sex. If Sasha and Jackson aren’t intimately engaged, they’re thinking about it. More Than Physical was mostly physical in my estimation since much of the book describes bedroom scenes. The plot is thin, but quality of the writing is otherwise good.
If you’re looking for a steamy escape with a little snarky banter on the side, More Than Physical by Sierra Hill fits the bill.