Thursday, September 3, 2015

Review of Searching for Barbie: "Intense, captivating & scorching hot." by Tommy Crown

Barbie was a good girl. A dead ringer for the famous doll of the same name. Everyone that knew her said she was the 'nicest, sweetest, most caring' girl they knew. But, did they know her secrets? Not even her closest friends knew how much she hated her minister father, or how pathetic she thought her mother was for allowing him to beat her into submission night after night. Barbie wanted to disappear and never look back. But, how? Could she vanish without a trace? She knew her father would stop at nothing to get her back. Perhaps, he had secrets, too. Barbie needed more than a plan. She needed a miracle. Will she find one and if so, at what price?

Overall Rating: 4.25 Rockin’ ★★★★

Good girl, bad girl…which is it?  Everyone that knew her thought she was the perfect, all American girl!  But underneath the exterior that others saw and judged her by was a naughty, get down and dirty woman wanting to break free. In Searching for Barbie by Tommy Crown, we are introduced to this amazing woman and the secret life she is living. Barbie is hiding not only her secrets, but also those of others.

Things change when Barbie is kidnapped and murder following everywhere she is taken. When she is rescued by Noah Cross and whisked away on his boat, things continue to get interesting! This is her story as well as the story of the many lives around her.  Believe it or not there is a HEA for this good/bad girl.  It is just totally unexpected! 

Hero: Noah Cross 4.25 stars 
Heroine: Barbara Ann “Barbie” Glass 4.25 stars 
Steam: 4.25 stars 
Plot: 4.25 stars 
Cliffhanger: No

***Received an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review***

 Buy Links:  Amazon US

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