05 September 2013

A Man Without Rules by Tyffani Clark Kemp - Book Tour, Book Review, Giveaway

Title-The Man Without Rules
Series-Without Rules Series # 1
By- Tyffani Clark Kemp
Publication Date-September 5th, 2013

Sebastian Boa is "The Man Without Rules." Rules just don't apply to him. When he meets Mariss Red one night at one of his night clubs, he sets his sights on her and makes a play. But Mariss is married and she has no desire to lose what she loves for a one night stand. The harder Sebastian tries the more Mariss refuses and he realizes that his feelings for her may be deeper than he ever thought possible for a man like him. And he finds himself changing to be worthy of the one woman who has ever told him no.

 Sebastian Boa – is the man who doesn’t adhere to rules. He can have any woman that he wants at his disposal. Until one night, he came across Mariss Red at one of his night clubs. The first moment he saw her, he just knew he wanted her – so he made his move. There is one problem though: Red is happily married and no matter how crazy the sexual tension between the two of them she would never leave her husband for him. So he tries to sought her out, but the harder he tries, the more Mariss refuses him. The efforts he makes are futile since Mariss loves her husband and it would take much more for her to leave him. Along the ride, he realized that his feelings may run deeper than his initial lust, and the moment he realized it – he was just in too deep. For a man without rules, would he ever change his ways to be worthy of one woman he desperately wants? 
Sebastian Boa is a complex character. He may look tough on the inside, but deep down he’s a softie too. Despite the womanizing exterior, this gentleman has the heart for the needy. What I hate about him on the other hand is his persuasiveness. Why in the world can’t he leave Mariss alone? He knew she was married, he knew her set of rules – why her when he could have any other girl on his beck and call? 
He’s not the only one who is complex though. He’s surrounded by bunch of them: from Mariss, Hellena and even Judith. Every single one of them has their own baggage they carry and issues that makes their lives complicated.

What I like about this novel is the twist and turns, the ups and downs, and yes, those steamy scenes too. Tyffani Clark Kemp wrote an amazing novel that will have you gripping your Kindle tightly anticipating the scene on the following page. Although I hated how it ends and I didn’t see it coming as well, it had me yearn for the next book in the series and had me wondering what would happened next. 

Sebastian took Mariss by the arm and pulled her down the hall. "Go to the car, Hellena," he growled. "You're going home." He sent a quick text to his driver as he led Mariss to one of the empty edit bays. Sebastian locked the door and pushed her up against it. His knee, he slid between her legs and used it to lift her until she was at eye level with him.

"What are you doing?" Her voice came breathy and lacking conviction.

"I'm going to kiss you." Without waiting for permission, Sebastian pressed his lips to hers. He didn't care that she tasted like a chili cheese burger with extra onions. What mattered was the taste and feel of her lips against his. His tongue explored the depths of her mouth, caressing her tongue as he did.

She didn't push him away. It occurred to him that she wasn't able to tell him no, but he continued to kiss her until he'd had enough.

He had yet to realize that, with Mariss there was no such thing as enough. Most women were out of his system within weeks, but Mariss had been lurking there, tainting his blood for over half a year.

The kiss turned heated and hungry. Mariss moaned into his mouth and her fingers found their way into his hair. It was his turn to moan as the feel of her fingers on his scalp once again sent tingles up and down his spine.

"I want to take you to bed, Red."

Tyffani Clark Kemp has been writing since she discovered in the sixth grade that it wasn’t enough just to read about fantastic places, but she could create her own. She weaves small bits of herself into everything she writes whether it be a science fiction piece about aliens or a dramatic romance fraught with conflict and love. She lives in South Carolina with her family and her fluffy shii tzu-mix dog who thinks he’s a Saint Bernard.


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