Monday, July 30, 2012

REVIEW: The Scientist and the Supermodel by Tara Lain

Recap:

Jake Martin is a brilliant geneticist, but is apparently dumbfounded when it comes to his own nature. He’s been uninterested in women, and has a little experience with a man, and it’s all because he’s completely in love with his boss. But as he drowns his sorrows over this, he meets a beautiful man that gets him going like no one before. Jake discovers this man is none other than male model Roan Black. He’s unable to resist the gorgeous Roan, but struggles with his love for his boss and what he’s always believed in terms of his sexuality. Will they be able to work things out and have the happiness they’ve found in each others’ arms?

Title:  The Scientist and the Supermodel
Series:  Genetic Attraction
Book #: 1
Author:  Tara Lain
Approximate Book Length:  145 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit

Thoughts:

This story is a spectacular beginning to the series. Roan is so unashamed of his sexuality and is so bold, especially for being such a sensitive guy. Jake is not afraid to explore his desires, but struggles with what it means in the long run. Together, they’re sexy, sweet, and beautiful. The ending is the best part, as it is so heartwarmingly thoughtful and leads right into the next book (even if it was written before this one).

I loved the family element on Jake’s side, and just how well they take all the events that occur. Plus, we meet Caleb (Jake’s brother, the runt) who is featured in book 3, and Roan’s personal entourage who are featured in book 4. This book has an amazing story that is as hot as it is sweet, and sets the stage for the rest of the series perfectly by introducing several characters and giving us a little taste of who they are.

In Conclusion:

The Scientist and the Supermodel is a love story of self acceptance and the love of family. If you’re looking for a sexy but oh so touching read, pick this one up and you will not be disappointed!

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