KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight, brought to you by KU Book Reviews + the One-Click Addict Support Group. This week, a friends-to-lovers rock star romance with feels. Enjoy!

RATING: READ IT

“I’ll always put you first. I don’t come until you do. Ever.”
“That sounds like a motto for a business.”
“Eli’s Orgasms?”
“Yes.”

Katie Ashley’s Jacob’s Ladder: Eli hit me in the feels, y’all.

It’s a best-friends-to-lovers romance that’s fun and playful at times, and deep and a little heartbreaking at others. It’s easy to enjoy, easy to read, and an excellent follow-up to Jacob’s Ladder: Gabe {these books can be read standalone, FYI}.

Eli

Eli + Emersyn’s relationship is so sweet. Best friends since childhood, I loved the way they understood and knew each other. Their connection was obvious, but not in your face, and the way Ms. Ashley grew it into more made this book kind of hard to put down.

Especially since she handled Emersyn’s grief and mourning and guilt so well. It made my heart ache—but never became overwhelming, nor made the story too maudlin.

Not that it could be so when there’s Eli Renard. These aren’t your typical rock stars and their grounding in family and in their faith-based childhood was just another thing to appreciate about him. And believe me, there’s a lot to appreciate about Eli—from his ability to plan friend dates, to his willingness to be there, to his cocky {though well-earned} belief in his . . . err, abilities.

All in all, Jacob’s Ladder: Eli is another sweet, sexy and immensely likable read from Ms. Ashley. One with all the feels—and a perfect epilogue, to boot.

“Words can lie, but the heart never will. With every beat, it brings in love and gives it out. That’s why it’s the strongest muscle in the body.”

As of 04.08.2018, Jacob’s Ladder: Eli is available with Kindle Unlimited.

For exclusive content, including deleted and bonus scenes, make sure your following Kate Ashley on Book+Main: https://bookandmainbites.com/KatieAshleyLuv  

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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