New Release: Stronger With Us by JA Hensley

Title: Stronger With Us
Series: Strength Series #3
Author: JA Hensley
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: September 18, 2016
Cover Model: Burton Hughes
Cover Design: Kate Roth
According to Christin Jamesson, men are only necessary for one thing. The bedroom. She loves men, maybe a little too much, she just doesn’t trust them with her heart–never has. When her best friend asks for help planning a Vegas wedding, Christin only hopes she can avoid the man who once rocked her world, then promptly disappeared.
Jude Schaefer has been a playboy most of his adult life. He swears no woman will ever hold the key to his heart. When his brother announces that he’s getting married, Jude knows he’ll have to face the only woman he hasn’t been able to completely erase from his mind.
With a brutal hangover and blossoming feelings they never expected waking them up after a wild night they have to ask themselves… Does what happens in Vegas really stay there? Will they continue living their lives alone, free of commitment and full of cynicism or will they find that they are stronger together?


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5star
Christin Jamesson doesn’t want a relationship, she just wants the release a man can give her. She was brought up to believe she doesn’t need a man and can do anything without them. So she goes along in life without starting any real lasting relationships with men.
Jude Schaefer is a man who doesn’t believe a woman will ever hold his heart and be able to rip it out of him once they are done with him. He uses women the same as Christin, just for a release. When the two have a memorable night together, they both try to forget the other but struggle to do so, especially when her best friend and his brother get married in Vegas. When another night in Vegas stirs those feelings up, it is up to the both of them to try and see if they can be what the other needs.

JA Hensley wrote a great story. It was fast paced and had just enough action in it from keeping you from getting bored. Christin and Jude are are hot together in this story. But not so much sex that it was all you were reading.

Reviewed by Jennifer
LLEP Review Team
He drops the towel from around his waist, and I can see that he’s getting ready to go again. I can’t tear my eyes away from the V of his abs and the proud cock that’s pointing at me. 
“Keep looking at me like that and we’ll never leave this room,” he says as he stalks toward me. I know I should put a stop to this, but I can’t make myself say the words. Unfortunately, my body wants this more than I’ve wanted anything in my life.
“I don’t have any plans today,” I whisper as I take his shirt off and throw it aside.
“That’s good because there is so much more I want to do to you.” He climbs on top of me, pushing my legs apart as he uses his dick to rub my clit. It doesn’t take much to get me wet and then he’s slamming into me.
“Yes!” we cry out at the same time as his balls slap my ass. He thrusts in and out a couple of times before stopping.
“See, isn’t this better than fighting?” he asks before pulling out to the tip and hovering there.
I stare at him, waiting for him to move. He stares back but doesn’t do anything. I wiggle my ass a little, and he shakes his head.
“Answer me or I won’t give you what you so obviously want,” he says with a smirk.text here

  
J.A. Hensley’s debut novel, Wedding Dreams, was named an Amazon Erotica Best Seller. She loves smut of all kinds and is a reader first. J.A. is constantly working on a new project, whether it’s writing or working in her craft room. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and daughter, and spends her days teaching college students about social work and human sexuality.


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