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What I Need by J. Daniels Review

Title: What I Need

Author: J. Daniels

First published March 5, 2017

306 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.33


J. Daniels, New York Times bestselling author, presents a steamy standalone novel that will leave you breathless.

When a heartbroken and furious Abby Williams crashes her best friend’s wedding, she only wants to drown her sorrows in alcohol and solitude. However, the charming and devilishly handsome Jack Daniels has other plans for her.

He offers her a night of no-strings-attached passion that leaves Abby reeling. The chemistry between them is undeniable, but when Abby returns home to her ex-boyfriend, she tries to forget about Jack.

It was a mistake, after all. But Jack isn’t one to give up easily.

He knows that Abby is the one for him, and he’s willing to do anything to prove it, even if it means making the ultimate sacrifice. With desire and distance keeping them apart, will Abby and Jack be able to find their way back to each other?

About the Author

J. Daniels is a bestselling author whose books have made it to the New York Times and USA Today lists.

Her novels include the Alabama Summer, Dirty Deeds, and Sweet Addiction series, which are famous for their small-town romance themes. Daniels’ debut novel, Sweet Addiction, was released in 2014 and quickly became an international bestseller.

She has since published over ten novels, including the Dirty Deeds series in partnership with Forever Romance.

Daniels was raised in Baltimore and currently resides in Maryland with her spouse and three children. She worked as a Radiologic Technologist before solely focusing on writing romantic novels, which she is extremely passionate about.

Although she can still be found wearing scrubs sometimes, writing is now her primary occupation, and she is grateful for it.

Daniels has always been an avid reader and enjoys reading books of all genres, particularly Romance and Fantasy. During her free time, she enjoys hiking, travelling, spending time with her family, and heading to the mountains for the weekend.

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Editoral Review

What I Need by J. Daniels is a must-read for fans of steamy romance novels.

Published on March 5, 2017, the book tells the story of Sully and Stitch, two characters who have been through their fair share of heartbreak and are hesitant to trust again. Set in the small town of Cunningham Falls, the characters are vividly portrayed in a setting that is both cozy and inviting.

The chemistry between Sully and Stitch is sizzling and will leave readers hot under the collar. However, the author does not rely solely on this aspect of the story to carry the plot.

Instead, she creates a layered narrative that touches on themes of self-discovery, acceptance, and the power of forgiveness. Daniels’ writing style is snappy and engaging.

Her witty dialogue adds a level of levity to the story that prevents it from becoming too heavy. Her descriptions of the characters’ emotions are raw and relatable, making it easy for readers to connect with them on an emotional level.

One of the book’s strengths is its pacing. The plot moves along at a brisk pace, never lingering too long in one scene.

The story is full of surprises and twists that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end. The character development is also noteworthy.

Both Sully and Stitch have complex backstories that are gradually revealed over the course of the novel. It’s satisfying to watch them grow and change as they work through their emotional baggage.

That being said, the book is not without its flaws. Some readers might find the plot to be predictable, and the ending might feel a bit too tidy for some tastes.

However, these quibbles are minor and don’t detract from the overall quality of the book. Overall, What I Need is a highly enjoyable read that will appeal to fans of the romance genre.

It’s a perfect escape from the stress of everyday life, and readers will find themselves rooting for Sully and Stitch’s happily-ever-after. I highly recommend it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

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