Guest Review of If the Shoe Fits by Rita Ames by J.L. Clayton (Author of A Spark of Magic and A Blaze of Magic)

If you like hot, tantalizingly explosive romance, with a side of sexy and a little danger thrown in the mix… If the Shoe Fits is the book for you.  So our main characters: Janie and Bryant are haunted by memories of their passionate one nightstand and of course some killer red pumps. Finally, after 3 long agonizing and frustratingly years of thinking about that night, Janie gets promoted and moves to the place where her wet dreams are… Literally.  But once she realizes that the man who took her in every way so devastatingly is her boss, Janie keeps her distance. Yet, Bryant has other ideas. He is determined to chase down his girl and have her as his.
So after reading the short free teaser story: Hot Shoe Shuffle, that author Rita Ames has out (and I believe it’s still free, but I could be wrong,)anyways, I had to read: If the Shoe Fits. Her short story had me falling in love with Janie and Bryant, so I had to get the full novel and see what would become of these two. I’m so very happy I did. Author Ames is a beautiful writer, weaving together elements of sex and danger. You feel the pain that Janie goes through, you know the need and longing they feel for each other.  I simply loved this book and can I have Bryant? Haha. I mean, when you read this book you will understand why I want him. Talk about walking sex god! To have Bryant be the cat to your mouse would be delicious. Maybe the author will make that happen for me… Ah a girl can dream. Thank God we have books, so we can fall in love with the characters. Five stars all the way.

Find out more about Rita Ames here: https://about.me/ritaamesauthor

J.L.Clayton is the author of A Spark of Magic and A Blaze of Magic, the first two books from The Chosen Saga. She is currently working on A Ghost of Magic.

You can find reviews of J.L. Clayton’s two fabulous books written by me by clicking on the following links:

A Spark of Magic Book Review

A Blaze of Magic Book Review