Review: Suddenly Beautiful by Boone Brux

Posted September 13, 2013 by Jennifer in Book Review | | 2 Comments

Review: Suddenly Beautiful by Boone BruxSuddenly Beautiful by Boone Brux
Published by Entangled: Covet on June 10th 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance
Format: eBook

Rating: B

Being the son of Aphrodite isn’t a walk in the clouds. Rebelling against his demi-god status, billionaire make-up mogul Toraos Stephanos fights to separate his personal life and the immortal world by swearing off demi-god girlfriends forever. Too bad his newest employee can't take the hint.
Though Nikki secretly pines for her smoking hot boss, no way will she jeopardize her job and independence professing her love to a guy so clearly out of her league. Too bad that leaves her with only imagining him naked and thinking evil thoughts about the new girl. After a single bottle of Ambrosia and one night of passion... Nikki finally thinks she has a chance with the man of her dreams. But the next morning, Tor pretends like nothing happened, leaving Nikki with an emerging drive for combat—after all, turns out she is the daughter of Ares and she's about to make her mama proud.
All is fair in love and war... and Nikki's not about to let anyone forget it.


First Thoughts:
Brux writes a humorous romance with Greek mythology mixed in a Sexy and the City with Greek Gods and Goddess style.


The Story:
Nikki is an executive administrative assistant to the uber sexy billionaire of a New York City based cosmetic company,Tor. Nikki has had a crush on Tor for the last 6 years and Tor has no clue. But Tor is not the only one that’s clueless. Everyone but Nikki knows she is a demi-goddess until one day she comes into her powers and all hell breaks loose in a funny way. Nikki’s the daughter of Ares the God of War so I wouldn’t piss her off.


The Characters:
Nikki is a likable character. I found myself rooting for her and thinking if I was a demi-goddess living in NYC I would want her as my best friend.

Tor is your typical rich, good looking and clueless guy. He’s all work and no play, especially when it comes to relationships with demi-goddesses. He wants nothing to do with that world even though he is a demi-god himself.


The Smexy:
Boone Brux brings heat to the pages in Suddenly Beautiful. There’s hot elevator sex and office quickies.


Final Thoughts:
Fast fun and sexy read. I hope that Brux decides to revision this world and give us a book on Nikki’s sassy Latina friend, Stacey.






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2 responses to “Review: Suddenly Beautiful by Boone Brux

  1. I just picked this one up today (it was on sale for .99 on Amazon!) because it sounded funny. Glad it was a fun read 🙂