Saturday, July 20, 2013

[Book Review] Impulse by Amy Knupp #4winks #review

Title: Impulse
Author: Amy Knupp

Wild nights are a thing of Dr. Sawyer Culver’s past—and a rare thing, at that. So why, when he’s on the verge of finally doing his family proud, does he make his most impulsive mistake yet?

Salsa dancer Mariah Jackson lives to the beat of her own drum. A self-professed flirt, she’s never been one to set her sights on any specific man. Until Sawyer bursts into her life…and her bedroom. Now it’s up to her to convince him to embrace the life he really wants.

Author Bio:

Amy Knupp is a multi-published author of contemporary romance and a freelance copy editor for Blue Otter Editing LLC. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two sons, and five cats. She graduated from the University of Kansas with degrees in French and journalism and feels lucky to use very little of either one in her writing career. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, buying books in excess, traveling, breaking up cat fights, watching college basketball, and playing addictive computer games.

I’ve had the lucky opportunity to read another Amy Knupp San Amaro Island Series book – Impulse. Impulse is a novella self-published by Amy Knupp and she’s done a fine job  maintaining the same quality work I’ve expected from her. I loved this story! I’m crazy about series and seeing what happens to characters that are mentioned in previous books. Impulse has Dr. Sawyer Culver who was Rachel’s brother in A Time for us. Sawyer already captured my heart in Rachel’s book, because he was one of those protective brothers that I love. Now, Sawyer has his own story with Mariah, another character we met in the previous book. Mariah is everything sexy and a lot of sass. Sawyer is immediately attracted to her, who wouldn’t be, but is caught between his attraction and his focus on getting a promotion at the hospital.  I love how Mariah isn’t scared to go after what she wants – and guess who that is. Yep! Sawyer. These two heat it up and fall for each other quickly, showing us that they are truly made for each other.

I enjoyed the story of these two characters, because I like the “opposites attract” trope. It was short, but that’s what we should expect from a short story – ha! I just love the San Amaro series and want more. Lucky for me there’s another in the series. So, stay tuned for my next review in the near future – Slow Burn!

Impulse earns 4 winks! 

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