Review: Stealing Time by: SL Siwik

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Delaney Beaumont is more likely to flip you the bird than she is to say hello. A workaholic during the week as a free-lance graphic designer, by weekend she's a partying alcoholic. Laney's MO is always the same: party and drink until she blacks out. Every weekend she wakes up in bed with a strange man and no memory of how she wound up there. But, she doesn't care. Because when she leaves his apartment, she'll never see him again. It's the way she's gone about it for years and it suits her needs just fine.
That is...until the day she wakes up in Jackson Turner's bed.
Jackson Turner is a tattoo artist and owner of four shops in the Colorado area. He wanted Delaney from the moment he set eyes on her. Their night together is nothing short of crazy, and Jackson knows that he has to have Laney in his life for good. Convincing her, while dealing with the consequences of their night together, will be easier said than done.
If you love someone set them free. Then get ready with a bottle of Jack.





I received this book to give an honest review. *Possible Spoilers*

Okay where do I even start? You want a lot of sex the kind that has you going hot damn she can't walk then this is a book for you to read. You want a bit of two messed up people that seem to come together? Than this is the book for you.

We meet Delaney who also has an alter ego name Double D. Double D is the person that Delaney becomes when she drinks. Delaney drinks because of her past, it is something that she has had to deal with since she was 18 and mind you she is still young. 

In enters Jackson a very hot tattoo artist who has his own business. When Delaney and Jackson meet under different circumstances well that is when the night and following days are a whirl wind of trouble, heartache, headaches, sex, and finding one another. 

I know most people say the ending isn't the best because that means it is over with. For me the time when Delaney's past comes back to the way the ending came it was all my favorite part. It went together so well that I am glad the ending was written the way it was.

The whole coffee pot incident OMG I died with laughter and I kept thinking wow that is a man who wants to get his point across.

Overall a great story about a damaged woman who ends up finding her soul mate the one that can help control her wild side but make her know that he is hers and she is his. 


There were some things that I thought maybe could have been worded differently. For example: She worries her lower lip. I would have used the term chewed her lower lip. 
Also I felt as though there were some inconsistencies with the way things were described. Such as once Delaney is wearing heels then the next thing it is boots.

Besides the little things like that, my rating is a 4 star wine glass!! Toast 'em up. 



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