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Zeke by Harper Bentley Review

Title: Zeke

Author: Harper Bentley

First published March 31, 2015

210 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.05


Zeke Powers was trouble with a capital ‘T’. He was the definition of a bad boy; irresistible, sexy, and dangerous.

I knew I should stay away from him, but something about him drew me in. His words had me blushing and his touch had me weak in the knees.

I had a plan for my life, a no-nonsense approach to achieving my goals, but Zeke was a distraction I couldn’t resist. He turned my world upside down, but he also showed me what I was missing.

With him, I felt alive for the first time in years. But could I handle the heat that came with being with someone like Zeke?

This new adult romance will leave you breathless. Not recommended for readers under 17.

About the Author

Harper Bentley is an author who writes about alpha males who are passionate in their love. She has been teaching high school English for a long time and has managed to keep her sanity despite the challenges of her career.

Publishing her own books has been an adventure that has brought her closer to the edge, but she is still excited about writing stories that will entertain her readers.

Harper Bentley grew up as a military brat and has lived in many different states, including Alaska, Washington State, and California. She now resides in Oklahoma with her teenage daughter, two dogs, and a cat.

She hopes that her readers will enjoy her stories and can be contacted at [email protected], Harperbentleywrites.com, on Facebook, or Twitter (@HarperBentley).

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Editoral Review

Zeke by Harper Bentley A Steamy and Compelling Romance Novel

Harper Bentleys Zeke is a contemporary romance novel that was first published on March 31, 2015. It is a heart-warming but steamy tale of a woman who falls in love with a man during a trying period in her life.

Bentley is an accomplished author with a growing reputation in romance literature. Zeke is her third novel, and it has won her both critical acclaim and a legion of fans.

In this review, we will examine the merits and limitations of this book. Zeke is a deeply engrossing romance novel that takes readers on a journey of love and personal growth.

The story is about a young woman named Iris, who is recovering from a traumatic divorce. She leaves behind her past in New York and travels to Atlanta to start afresh.

There she meets the enigmatic and sensual Zeke, a man who rekindles in her an awareness of her own femininity, sexuality, and strength. The narrative is well-crafted, with intense scenes of passion and sensuality that will keep readers hooked.

Bentleys writing is outstanding, with vivid descriptions, and carefully crafted narratives that bring the story to life. The author has an eye for detail and a knack for creating characters that are both relatable and endearing.

The pacing of the book is perfect, with the right balance between action, dialogue, and internal monologues. The story flows seamlessly, and the reader is left spellbound until the climax.

The character development in this book is excellent. The protagonist, Iris, is a complex character with many layers.

Her experience of heartbreak and betrayal has left her with emotional baggage that she struggles to overcome. She is an intelligent and ambitious woman who is trying to rebuild her life.

Zeke, on the other hand, is a mysterious and charming man who exudes charisma and sensuality. He is self-confident and not afraid to go after what he wants.

The way Bentley has crafted these two characters, their interactions, and dialogue is excellent. One of the strengths of this book is the way Bentley tackles issues of love, loss, and personal growth.

Iris is a woman who is trying to heal after a devastating heartbreak. She is a woman who understands that to move on, she needs to confront her internal demons and her past.

Through her relationship with Zeke, she learns to trust again, to love again, and to be vulnerable. The story is a testament to the restorative power of love and the importance of self-discovery.

However, the book is not without its flaws. Some readers may find the plot to be predictable, and the pacing to be a bit slow in certain sections.

Additionally, while Iris is a compelling character, some readers may take issue with the way she allows herself to be defined by her relationship with Zeke. Finally, some may find the sex scenes to be a bit too explicit for their taste.

Overall, Zeke is a compelling and satisfying romance novel that is well worth the read. Bentleys writing is excellent, and the characters she has created are compelling and likeable.

The book handles issues of love, loss, and personal growth with sensitivity and insight, and the story will keep readers engaged until the end. We recommend this book to anyone who loves a good romance novel or who wants to get lost in a story about the restorative power of love.

Rating: 4/5

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