High – 5 Stars

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LP Lovell

Release Date: March 7, 2016

Genre: Erotic Humor/Romantic Suspense

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book blurb

 I’m Blake McQueen, daughter of Miles McQueen: businessman, politician, all around upstanding member of the community.

I’m told that name means something, but well, I’ve pretty much doused it in petrol, set it on fire, and taken a shit on it for good measure. I like to think of myself as a walking middle finger.

My name is now synonymous with booze, parties, sex, and drugs. I have to read the newspaper in the morning just to see where I was, possibly who I fucked, and judge my state of inebriation based on how much tit or minge is splashed across page five.

Judge me all you like, love me, hate me. I don’t give a fuck.

Life’s a party and you should never stop dancing.

But even the sweetest of highs has it’s low. There is only so high you can go before you fall, and fall I did, right into the arms of the only man that could possibly stop me from crashing and burning. I’ve always been untouchable. I’ve never cared enough to be touchable. Until now.

Love is the most destructive drug of all.

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about the author

LP Lovell

Lauren Lovell is an indie author from England. She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for afterwards.

She’s a self-confessed shameless pervert, who may be suffering from slight peen envy.

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my review5 Stars

Sweet Jesus. High was an intense and vivid story.

Blake McQueen’s life would be entertaining if it wasn’t so sad but in reality, she is a hot, sad mess.  Thanks to the people who should love her most, she spends her time barely sober.  Every day is full of excess and extreme debauchery.  Blake is consistently acting out either by taking whatever she desires or simply by behaving poorly in public.  This is her attempt to numb the heartache she carries with her and it kinda works but not really.

Rhett Torres comes from a family that is dysfunctional at best but loyal to a fault.  He has done all that he can to escape their criminal activities but the cartel’s tether is securely woven into his life.  Rhett believes that he has found the solution to all of his problems but it he is not sure he can live with the consequences of his actions.  However, if he can just overcome this one last hurdle and he should be able to completely leave that world behind.

So while Rhett and Blake might seem blunt and up front about want they want from life, these two are definitely hiding things from each other.  They are both searching for emancipation from their troubles.  High is the romantic tale of how these two come together, fall in love and then push one another toward destruction.  It was the beautiful train wreck of a relationship that I was desperately rooting for – I wanted them to find solace and happiness together.

I thought these two were both incredibly overindulgent but oh my – their journey together was completely captivating.  (And freaking sexually intense.  Wooziers.)  Nothing about their relationship is easy and being together creates chaos that is completely unavoidable.  But no one could ignore the kind of draw or desire these two have for one another.  It’s too intense.

All of the disarray in their lives, both separate and together, makes for an excellent and sensationalized love story.  I would absolutely suggest meeting these two, they will definitely make an impression.  Get a copy of High today.

 

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