Book: Vipers Den
Author: Eliza Brown
Genre: Contemporary Romance Novella
1st in a series of Novella’s
I’m Piper Jones, owner and operator or Vipers’ Den; a hair and beauty salon catering to the unconventional. My clients are often referred to as: eccentric, freaks, or misfits.
I’m also single, a fact my mother is less than pleased with. Making it her mission to change my status, she continually sets me up on dates with her friend’s offspring. Only her roster of “gems” is dwindling. Each date is worse than the last. Then Kade Benson, the one man I have loathed for as long as I can remember, approached me with the most asinine (borderline genius) plan I’d ever heard to rectify both of our situations. As ludicrous as it is, it might just work. However, I never expected things to work out the way they did.
First off I rated this book 4 stars on goodreads, It was a fast read and I finished it in one sitting, the character development was done extremely well. The author was able to get inside your head with her graphic writing. Piper was one of those characters that you cant help but fall in love with she is sweet, kind and gives off the air of being sexy. The love story with Piper and Kade is hot and well worth the read. This is one of them taboo story lines that seem to take place all the time, What would you do if you feel in love with your best mates sister? The author Eliza was able to do it in a way that hasnt been retold over and over. Well done on a fantastic story Eliza , I for one can not wait until the next install comes out.
Eliza Brown is a simple little housewife from Cairns, Australia, with a wicked good imagination. She is the mother to three crazily cute kids and the wife of a Sexy Arse Tree Lopper. She is also baby sister to a Certified Nutbag, a Linesman and a Fireman.
Eliza spends her days running around after her kids and jotting down stories that come to her at inconvenient moments in her leather, flower embossed notebook. (She is very particular about her stationary.) Or in her iPhone or iPad or whatever she can get her hands on. (Damn kids keep running off with her stationary.)
When the kids are napping nine times out of ten, you will find Eliza sitting at her computer typing as fast as she can while she can. Generally with her phone wedged between her shoulder and ear bouncing ideas off her sister.