Tuesday, 28 January 2014

eARC Review: Fierce (Fierce #1) by Clarissa Wild

20633520Title: Fierce
Author: Clarissa Wild
Publisher: Clarissa Wild
Pages: 338
Release Date: January 24th 2014
Series: Fierce #1
Where I Got It: The author

Synopsis: Fight for your dreams. Fight for your life. Fight for love. 

Nerdy girl Autumn Blakewood is the prime example of a goody two-shoes. She studies every night, is never late for class, and always follows the rules. She has never felt the need to step out of her comfort zone. That is, until she meets Hunter. 
Hunter Bane is a cocky, confident bad-boy, who's nothing but trouble. He’s a dangerous distraction to everyone around him. Sexy and strong, Hunter enjoys the swooning effect he has on women. Especially those who aren't used to attention, like Autumn. 
Autumn finds it hard not to give into Hunter’s advances, even though it all seems like a game to him. Trying to understand him is impossible, because he shrouds himself in mystery. What she doesn't know is that Hunter has more baggage than anyone should have to carry. When she discovers he's in an illegal frat club to save the one person that matters to him, Autumn realizes this could mean the end of her undeniable connection to him. Even their lives are at risk. But it's too late to turn back now ... 
A New Adult Contemporary Romance with a Happy Ever After (HEA) 274 pages in print 
“WOW …. very emotional. I loved it! What an incredible twist of events, talk about unexpected. FA-BU-LOUS!” -- Isa J. 
"A couple with so many problems and flaws than perfection, and exactly because of that, so charismatic." -- VĂ¢nia N. 
"I love Clarissa's writing style and looking forward to her next story." -- Mary M.

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I read this book on January 28th 2014.

I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

A surprising and fiery New Adult book. Hunter Bane and Autumn Blakewood are an awesome new couple.

I must say, I am happy this couple had so many problems. It resembled a true to life, real couple. It wasn't all sex, and it wasn't all happiness. They had their problems and I loved it!
Hunter was truly cocky and threw out so many innuendos! I loved it! He was so... true to life. The only thing I didn't like was how this book was a happily ever after. It isn't that I don't like HEA, but if you think about it, would that really happen in a case like this? It is very rare.
It was nice that Clarissa Wild wrote from a nerd's point of view. I loved that because I rarely read a nerd. Generally my POV's I read are either incredibly cocky (and hot!) boys, or girls. The girls are generally friendly and have many friends so I don't see them being nerds much.

The thing with this book is that it is a girl in college and so things change quite a bit for High School to College, but Autumn still seemed like a true to life nerd. She stayed home (at the dorm) and did her studying like a good girl. She never broke the law or any rule. When she met Hunter, she broke a few rules and some laws. I enjoyed seeing her change.

The only thing I would change in this book is Autumn's best friend being a lesbian. I think it would be awesome if there was another book on Evie with a guy, like one of Hunter's friends. It would just open opportunity's for more books, is all.

I' wasn't a huge fan of the cover when I first saw it, but after reading the book, I realize it ties in with it! I love that the author made it tie in with the book! I haven't read many books with covers from a scene in the book.

I must say, for a virgin, Autumn was quite vulgar and sometimes I was slightly disturbed by it, but it didn't make me like the book any less. Hunter seemed to be the same way, but wasn't vocal with it (nether was Autumn, though). I think I would love it if I could read this book from Hunter's POV! It would be just fun to pick his brain and see what he thought all those times Autumn surprised him.

I recommend this book to readers who enjoy New Adult romance and a slight mystery.

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