Monday, May 4, 2015

Riding The Waves Teksuen "The Agency" By: Serenity King


**Re-Release: New title, publisher, cover and added content.**

Teksuen Montreal is a love them and leave them type of guy. To escape his mother’s constant bickering for him and his twin to settle down; he escapes to his summer retreat in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for some fun in the sun. One morning while standing on his fourth-floor balcony, Teksuen sees a woman that he wishes to pursue. Why not? He’s on vacation. The waves are high. The beach is warm and inviting. Little does Teksuen know… the fun he’s about to have is with none other than a woman he’s had a one-night stand with long ago. Will he stay or will he leave once he finds out the woman’s true identity?

Dr. Josinia Brown is tired and in desperate need of a break. The death of her father, the raising of her two half siblings, and the opening of her Sports and Rehabilitation practice has left her drained. Not to mention a three-year long battle with her step-mother over her dead father’s Will. Josinia’s at a point of no return when her friends suggest she come with them to Myrtle Beach for some rest, relaxation, and maybe even a man, or two. She decides to ride the wave, especially when it comes in the form of the sexiest, six-feet plus, Teksuen. Too bad he doesn’t remember the night that changed her life forever. Josinia decides to hold on to her secret; riding the wave to see where it takes her.  

Meet The Author:

Author Serenity King has been reading romances ever since she was sixteen years old and her auntie first placed a Harlequin in her hands. Now King writes interracial/multicultural contemporary romance and erotica that feature her fierce devotion to resilient women and strong passion for family-oriented Alpha men who live, love, and fight for their women.
She currently lives in the New York area with her husband and children. King loves feedback and welcomes readers to e-mail her at


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You know how in the summer time you want that one feel good read that’s not too complicated but perfect for the beach? Well Serenity King’s new book Riding the Waves is for you.

Josina “Jo” life has not been easy. She is raising her siblings, and is married to her work so when her girlfriends suggest a vacation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina she is right there. What better way to relax and drown your sorrow than a relaxing trip to the beach? This isn’t just an ordinary beach trip sometimes the past coming back into your life can teach you something about yourself. This is a second chances sweet short read. Don’t get me wrong there is a lot of spice in this story.

Teksusen “Tek” sees her from a distance she’s oddly familiar to him but he can’t place where. Being a man of action he formulates a plan to get to know her better. Jo isn’t as easy catch as Tek once thought she has a very hurtful past and is in the midst of grieving. Never to back down from a challenge Tek sees something in Jo maybe the same thing in his self. Sometimes in life you can’t be so closed off you don’t let love in. I loved that even though this was a short read we get to see the development of these two relationship. Tek shows Jo how to have fun and she opens up emotion in him he never thought possible.

These two have a past so it’s not just insta-love. But I would have liked to see more of that past uncovered and some of how Jo is dealing with her complex family issues being that the story of how she came to raise her siblings was told several times throughout the story. I would have liked a little bit more of a physical description of Jo. With all her family issues she needed relief in the worse way and Tek was just the man to give it to her. The ending was cute and left room open for the next story. I would have liked to know what exactly Tek did and how he and Jo got to the place where love does reign supreme. All in all this was a very good read and I look forward to the next story in this series. Please judge this book for yourselves and not based on this one review.


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