A Double Trouble Review: Down to You by M. Leighton
So What is better than 1 review? TWO REVIEWS!
To me; having a double opinion on a book is a good thing! :)
I have teamed up with Tess from My Pathway to Books to bring you
A Double Trouble Review !
Basically; we have both read a book and have decided to share BOTH opinions in one post! Since this is our first time doing this, we are both featuring the same book. Don’t worry though; from here on out – both of our post will feature DIFFERENT books – but both post will have BOTH reviews! :)
Down to You by M. Leighton
Down to You
by M. Leighton
M. Leighton has never ceases to amaze me. Literally. She does it for me Every.Single.Time. I am 100% sure that Down to You is my favorite book by her! Then again, that answer just might change once I read her next book! That is how much she rocks my life. It’s not very frequent that I am at a loss when it comes to figuring out the plot in a story. Normally, I can at least have a general idea! Nope. Not with this lady! I NEVER saw that twist coming! Well played M. Leighton. Well played. I wish I could go into detail with this review, but I refuse to be the one that gives away ANY of this book! It’s so good that it just HAS to be read.
I LOVE – love love love in every possible way – me some Cash. This is probably because I have a secret bad boy issue & Cash meets just about every single toe curling, adrenaline rushing requirement. I honestly think I just got weak in the knees just typing about him. -sigh!- Nash on the other hand, is the total opposite! He’s your typical good ol’ boy. You know, truth telling, responsibility having, follows the law kind of good boy. Nothing wrong with that, but if I were to have to choose between the two – it would hands down be Cash.
Then you have Olivia. She is head strong, stubbornly motivated and knows exactly what she wants and how to go about getting it. Well, MOST things. She reminds me of me before I met my husband. Focused, head on right and knowing just where I wanted to take my life and then BAM! – insert fall all over yourself gorgeously sexy guy who turns my brain to mush here!
As far as story lines go – A.Freaking.Plus. Like I stated before, you might think you know where this plot is headed, but you are more than likely wrong. (: M. Leighton is a genius. Seriously. As usual, I praise the scenes that were down right naughty. She has a way of writing these that make you feel like you just stumbled upon such an intimate moment and you KNOW you should look away, but you just can’t! -sigh!- I would literally recommend this book to just about anyone! :) Well, anyone that will listen to me talk about it that is! Down to You is simply epic & MUST BE READ!
If my review wasn’t enough to convince you – check out what Tess had to say!
Review from Tess
Hot, Hot, Hotness
I mean you already knew it was going to be HOT by looking at the cover! RIGHT?!
Well it was. I mean there were twins of hotness!!!
SWOON…Cash and Nash were yummy! I really didn’t know which one to choose. After reading the blurb, I knew it would be a problem for me choosing between them and it wasn’t until Olivia decides that I really had made my decision. Even though I tend to go for the “bad boy” so Cash was my obvious pick.
You should know that this book has a big, Huge, Ginormous twist and it’s freakin’ awesome! It may just blow your mind like it did mine. It was one of those kind of twists that you have to read 20 freakin’ times to believe that it just happened! There was a lot of self-doubt of my reading skills during those few pages.
M. Leighton has written a page turner. It should definitely come with a warning label: You will loose all sleep during the reading of this book due to not being able to put down the mystery of the HOTNESS!
If you haven’t read Down To You, you got to! Not only because it’s rocked my face off but because I’m not the only one with these thoughts. I recommend this to any adult book readers who are looking for a mind-blowing romance.
Thanks for stopping by!
Have you read Down to You?
Plan on reading it? A fan of M. Leighton?
Either way, I’d love to hear your thoughts!