❣️❣️ Release Day, Excerpt, Giveaway & Review ❣️❣️ All I Am: Drew’s Story – A This Man 3.5 Novella by Jodi Ellen Malpas

All I Am: Drew’s Story:
A This Man Novella
by Jodi Ellen Malpas

(June 18, 2017; Forever Yours ebook; $2.99)
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Jodi Ellen Malpas comes a new novella in the This Man series. You don’t need to read the series to enjoy this story, but if you’re already a Jesse Ward fan, just wait till you see the advice he gives Drew about falling in love.

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★ Release Day & Signed Paperback Giveaway ☆ The Protector by Jodi Ellen Malpas

(Stand alone novel)
by Jodi Ellen Malpas
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author
September 6, 2016  
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★ Cover Reveal & Pre-Order Links ☆ The Protector by Jodi Ellen Malpas

by Jodi Ellen Malpas 
Release Date: September 6, 2016
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★ Review ☆ This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas ~ Saucy Siren

How do you describe a book like This Man?
More importantly,
how do you describe a man like Jesse Ward?!
Oh, I know! I’ll just ask Ava!

I’m standing in my bra, knickers, and heels, at the complete mercy of the Adonis looming behind me.

An Adonis, he is, most definitely! His entire physique is,
according to Ava, perfection. Women everywhere are more than ready and willing to drop their knickers for him. But they don’t know what Ava knows about him.

He wants complete control of me, and I get absolutely no say in it – none at all.
Is this what I want? My head is a riot of mixed feelings and doubts. Why did I go and fall in love with the ultimate, unreasonable, challenging control freak?

And therein lies my issue with Mr. Ward…or at least the
worst of it. I know my good friend, ‘Lil Maso, is in absolute lust with Jesse,
but me…meh. Not so much.
Don’t get me wrong, I am ALL ABOUT an alpha male. What I’m
not about is a guy that’s so horribly insecure that he has to control. So
unstable that he truly does NEED a specific woman in his life. I won’t tell you
all much about that because I don’t want to spoil the fun, but let’s just say
that he is an absolute freaking wreck!

“I prefer you when you’re crazy happy; you’re scary when you’re crazy mad.”
His lips twitch. “Then stop doing things to make me crazy mad.”
I gape at him, but he presses his lips to mine before I can challenge him on that
accusation. This man is crazy deluded, on top of everything else.
Speaking of wrecks…Mr. Ward and his secrets are a train
wreck just waiting to happen! Sadly, I saw that coming from a mile away. THIS (the predictability) is the only reason I deducted a kinky heel from my review. Let me explain further.
Although I cannot STAND Mr. Ward, and he gets under my skin
unlike any other male character I’ve ever read about, the fact that he DOES get
under my skin says something. He’s a (mostly) believable character. His perfect
physical appearance is put into balance by his emotional depravity and
immaturity. All in all, my disliking his personality makes him more believable
in my mind – a lot more believable than some of the male Adonis characters I’ve
read about that are so perfect they make me sick.
On that note, I’ll get to what I know you’re all waiting for….
If you’re a hot and steamy kinda gal (which I assume you
are, or you wouldn’t be here), you’ll find no shortage of sexy scenes in Jodi Ellen Malpas’s This Man! The sex scenes are hot, descriptive, and..well…I’ll
just show you:

I pant as I’m thrown into a place between pleasure and agony. The fullness I feel is indescribable, the pain is great, but the pleasure…Oh God, the pleasure is beyond description and completely unanticipated. The tightness of my muscles
around him has me feeling every pulsing vein and rolling ripple of his erection. My body releases a little of the tension that it’s built up and its place…pure pleasure attacks me.

That’s just a sampling…there is SO much more. As ‘Lil Maso
mentioned in her awesome review, there are all kinds of fucks – ‘making friend
fucks,’ ‘sense fucks,’ ‘sleepy sex’…You get the idea. So, yes, if you’re all
about the sex scenes AND you can control your urge to throw something through
your reader at Mr. Ward, this is a definite must read!
Although I’m not particularly a fan of Mr. Ward, I have a
feeling that he’s going to find a way to redeem himself along the way…obviously
not completely because…well…spoiler, so not going there. But I DO believe there
will be at least some sort of a positive ending for Jesse and Ava, and that
Jesse will show me at least some growth throughout the rest of the series.
So, onward I go!

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★ Review ☆ This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas ~lil maso

 Three, Two, One, Zero, Baby….

I had never heard of Jodi Ellen Malpas, boy was I missing out, until one of my fav authors, Rachael Wade posted a review and a giveaway to this book on her page. 

I entered with the thought of meh if I win good, if not no loss. (so wrong)

I try to steer clear of books that have the “if you like fifty shades you will love this one” category, I find them to be either dull, unrealistic and lifeless or boarding on (or actually on) the abusive side. 

I won a copy and ended up just storing it on my kindle for later reading. 

The more I read the reviews the more put off I was, seeing abusive, domestic violence, disturbing, horrible as headings had me not waiting to read it. 

I mean let’s face it, review headings like that stand out more than the positive ones. 

I ran out of reading material and found it on my kindle (about a month after I got it)

I decided to give it a go, I mean if one of my fav authors is pimpin’ out this book, there has to be something good with it. 

It took about 3 chapters to get into it, but that could have been me being skeptical towards the book due to bad reviews. And then…


“Just tell me one thing before you leave, Ava.” His voice prickles at my senses… His face is serious, but still stunning. “How loud do you think you’ll scream when I fuck you?” 

Right from the get go the attraction and chemistry between Jesse and Ava is phenomenal. 

I like the cat and mouse chase that’s played out between them. 

Yes, Jesse is highly dominating, overly confident, fierce and quite arrogant. He can be very forceful at points, but it’s nothing that Ava doesn’t want, hell she begs for more. 

“God!” I scream.
“No, baby, that’s me” 

But he is also very sensual, loving, loyal and caring. Doing everything and anything to keep Ava safe, even if it seems a little (or a lot) unreasonable to some. 

He is also very secretive and seems to be quite scared in many parts, especially of his past and losing Ava. 

As for Ava, she is a very typical 26yr old with limited experience, insecurities and just coming from a long term relationship with a cheating ass.  

“Thank you for the warning, but I think I’m grown up enough to decide who I build my dreams on.” 

She is very unsure of herself and her feelings. Always trying to talk herself out of what she truly wants and needs. 

Ava has a naturally loving and nurturing personality that just makes you instantly love her, and slap her too at times haha. 

“No fucking about. I want inside you now. You fuck about, I swear to God…” 

Now the sex, ladies keep your toys close by while Jesse steams up the pages with his dominance, sleepy sex, hangover sex, reminder fucks, sense fucks, seeing stars, retribution fucks, apology fucks, possessive fucks, and making friends fucks just to name a few, will leave a lot of one handed reading 😉

“I can be quiet, I whisper. ‘gag me if you must.’ He smirks. ‘Trust me, you’ll be screaming. No gag will stifle it.

I’ve seen recent reviews of people comparing Jesse and Ava to Christian and Ana (50 shades)

Jesse and Ava are in a league of their own. 

This book is NOT a 50 shades book.

The characters in the book are amazing, you find yourself loving almost everyone from drool worthy God Jesse all the way to glitter puffs Tom. And even the pains in the story (Matt and Sarah) have a great purpose in the story. And don’t get me started about Sam and Kate, those two deserve a book of their own (hint hint Jodi 😉 )

It is raw, full of emotion and passion. 

It has a lot of highs and lows in this story leaving you an emotional wreck in parts. 

“You’ll always need me, Ava. I’m going to make sure of it. Now, let’s see if we can fuck some sense into you.” 

Jodi has a way of drawing you into the story, making sure you feel each and every bump in the book, whether it is good, bad or damn right hot! 

I’ve only had two other authors who have actually put tears in my eyes (Roni Loren and Tiffany Reisz, the absolute legends!) just from the connection they draw in books to their readers, Congrats Jodi, you have succeeded in doing the same! 

I finished the first book in under 24hrs, and what a cliff hanger if was. I HAD to read the first few chapters of 2 just to chill me out and calm my nerves. Those who have read it will understand why my nerves were shot and my heart was broken 🙂 

I can not wait to finish book 2 and 3. 

Would also love to see Jodi write something about Sam and Kate. 

“I’m suddenly catapulted to Central Jesse Cloud Nine.”

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Saucy Siren thought?
Read it here.
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