Thursday, June 9, 2016

Struck from the Record (Record #4) by K.A. Linde [REVIEW]

Clay Maxwell is a smart, quick witted, sex-driven, manwhore with the good looks to match. Plenty of women have shared his bed, but only one has ever been constant, Andrea.

Their rules were simple. When they’re together, it’s just the two of them. When they’re apart, anything is fair game. And it worked. For ten years.

But one of them has changed the game…

Clay must decide if his player ways are worth losing the one girl who has always been there

4.5 Taming Mr. Clay Stars
I’m always nervous when I go into K.A. Linde’s books. She’s the queen of angst and I know I’m going in for a rocky ride, but there’s something about tension, pulling my hair out and epic love stories that just gets me hooked on her stories.

I love the Record series and I was over the moon when I found out she was extending the series. Struck from the Record is a standalone.  The first three books are about Liz and Brady.  Struck from the Record is Clay’s story, Brady’s little brother.

Clay and Andrea have an unconventional relationship.  They have been boyfriend and girlfriend for over a decade, but what makes them so different is that they are in an open relationship. I love the premise of this story! I’m a sucker for best friend books and even though they are together, they are somewhat not.

The chemistry and tension between Clay and Andrea are off the charts hot. I couldn’t get enough of it.  Clay is Mr. Playboy. He loves women and as much as he cares for Andrea he wants to have his fun. Clay is the typical Hero you love to hate. You hate his playboy ways, but you also love it. He’s charismatic, smart and very good looking. He doesn’t have to work for the ladies and it just makes his social life completely easy to pick up women.

Andrea is no wall-flower and I love that! She’s strong and successful and very confident in her relationship with Clay. You would question how she could be in a relationship with him that way, but it just works for the both of them.  She’s no pushover and I love how she can standup to Clay. That’s probably one of my favorite parts of the story.

I really liked the Clay and Andrea dynamics and what makes it so fun to read are the games they play with each other.  There’s this beautiful tug of war between the two characters that really sucked me into the story. I never knew how a character was going to react and I was on the edge of my seat. It’s never a dull moment in the K.A. Linde world right?

As much as I love the Brady and Liz story, Clay and Andrea are becoming one of my top favorite couples in the series. I can’t wait for the next book which is the little sister’s story! Yay, I never want this series to end.

An ARC was provided

Record Series


Off the Record #1 REVIEW | AMAZON
On the Record #2 REVIEW | AMAZON
For the Record #3 REVIEW | AMAZON
Three Book Series AMAZON

Struck from the Record #4 AMAZON | IBOOKS | GOODREADS | NEWSLETTER


Goodreads | Amazon | ITunes | REVIEW

I was lucky to meet K.A. Linde. She always has cute dresses on and I just want to squeeze her when I see her (of course I don't because that is just creepy). I love the Record series! More photos HERE

USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde is the author of The Affiliate, the first book in the Ascension Series.  As a military brat, she traveled the world with her family, imaginary friends, and ever-increasing supply of books.  She has spent much of her life dreaming up new worlds and characters and forcing them into uncomfortable, usually life-threatening scenarios.  After graduating from the University of Georgia with a masters degree in political science, she began spending every waking hour putting those characters onto paper.

When not writing, she spends her time dancing, collecting paperbacks in the hopes of filling a Beauty and the Beast style library one day, traveling to visit her friends who live all over the country, and still reading anything she can get her hands on.  She currently resides in North Carolina with her husband and two puppies, Lucy and Riker, where she is hard at work on her next novel.


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