Release Blitz (Book Review & Giveaway): Everett by Cee Smith

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Title: Everett
Author: Cee Smith @ceesmithwrite
Reviewer: Michelle @Michelle6803
Genre: Erotic Romance
Rating: 4.25 stars
Release Date: June 7, 2016


One girl. Five stops. A chance encounter that would change everything.

When Indigo Ericson gets her dream job at Digital Monument, she can’t believe her luck. Not only is she collaborating with an award-winning creative team, but she is also working on a top-secret project. And then she meets her boss.

Except this isn’t their first time meeting.

Everett Belford isn’t just the creative director. He’s the man from the train—Vett. The stranger Indigo has spent the last three months infatuated with. He may act like he doesn’t remember, but Indigo won’t let him forget.

Where do the lines of infatuation and reality meet? When does curiosity become obsession? In an attempt to pick up where they left off, Indigo accepts his limited offer, but the deeper she descends into his world, the more she wants to draw him into hers. Except when it comes to Indigo, things aren’t always as they seem.







What happens when Indigo Erickson gets on a train with her ex-boyfriend and then enters a sexy man in a suit, that said ex-boyfriend notices and dares her to seduce said suit?  Well for one, she searches high and low to find this mysterious man whom she cannot keep from thinking about.  Besides the physical aspect of the mystery man that she could not ever forget was his name, Vett.

Months later, Indigo is interviewed for Digital Monument and was immediately hired.  Never in her wildest dream that the man she would be working closely with is none other than Everett Belford, or Vett, the man who has been haunting her dreams for months.  Everett is cool as a cucumber when Indigo introduces herself.  Everett is all business with Indigo, which gives her pause and wonders if he remembers their encounter.

Indigo just wants to dive into her new project and try not to think about her boss.  But as she heads home, she bumps into him on the train and sees he has a routine for certain days of the week. Let’s just say Indigo’s curiosity lead her to become a bit of a stalker.  When she finds out his prelidictions, she’s even more intrigued.

I liked Indigo from the start, although at times I felt the stalking was a little crazy, but understood why she needed to know more about this enigmatic man.  At times Everett seemed a bit cold and standoffish, but you get to understand his ways.  Their chemistry was on point, but also I wasn’t sure how Everett really felt for Indigo.  Eventually, she breaks him down.

I really enjoyed the book, but I will admit, I thought it was going to end in a cliffhanger.  I wanted a bit more resolution and growth between the H/H.  Although the book was mostly in Indigo’s POV, we get one chapter of Everett’s POV, and for me, I would have loved to hear more of his voice.  Overall, if you’re looking for a nice steamy read, look no further.

– Michelle

*An ARC was received for an honest review.

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Cee Smith is a lover of the written word. Since first learning how to string a sentence together, she’s been putting pen to paper and hasn’t looked back. Though she’s no longer obsessed with blood and gore, the dark side still calls to her, often finding refuge in her current writings. Her addiction to reading is what finally inspired her to take a chance at publishing.

A California native, currently residing in North Carolina with her husband. She loves salacious stories, true love and forbidden romances—the more angst the better. Other than reading and writing, some of her other obsessions are peanut butter (don’t get her started), Michael Fassbender, and watching TV.



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