RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW — Ravenous By L.L. Collins

 Title: Ravenous
 Author: L.L. Collins
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
 Release Date: April 20, 2017



Raven: To seek, plunder, or prey. To devour ravenously. To seize as spoil.I am Raven. I knew what it meant to fight my way through life.

To be the victim, the spoil, the prey.
I decided long ago I would take control of my future.
No more bug infested couches. 
No more drug-addicted mothers or absentee fathers. 
No more welfare checks or moldy bread. 
No more settling. 
I thought I had it all figured out, a way out of the hand I’d been dealt. 
Until my life got turned upside down by two very different men who look at me with mirrored lust in their eyes.
Their want is palpable, heady. Their desire makes me reckless.
I no longer know who I am or who I want.
The only thing I do know is, I am ravenous.

Voracious. Intensely eager for gratification or satisfaction. Despite the fact I know it is a disaster waiting to happen, I can’t stop it.

I’m afraid I will never be sated.


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Author Bio

 L.L. Collins loves spending her days in the Florida sun with her husband and two boys. LL has been writing since she was old enough to write. Always a story in her head, she finally decided to let the characters out made her lifelong dream of becoming an author come true in the self-publishing world. She’s the author of the Living Again Series, the Twisted Series, Back to the Drawing Board, and the Jaded Regret Series. Visit LL on her website, and on all social media. Look for more of her emotionally charged novels soon!


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descriptiondescriptiondescription I like this cover. I guess it’s a pretty good representation of the story. I mean they have sex…so?? *lol* The composition is good. Interesting typography for the title. The name and the tagline is a little too big in my opinion. Otherwise it’s a great cover.description

descriptionI enjoyed this one a lot. It was well written. It had a nice steady pace to it. The plot was interesting. It had some angst. It had misunderstandings. It had hot sex scenes. It had some feels. It had some interesting side characters. I am excited to read Porter’s book. He was a bit of a douche, but I think there is a good guy hiding in there somewhere. I also enjoyed Raven’s BFF Emma and her sister Chrissy. Though not HUGE parts of the book they added a nice extra layer to the story.

Both main characters were likable for the most part. Raven was a sweet woman trying to make a better life for herself and her sister. I didn’t particularly like her back and forth dithering over Porter and Breck. I understood it, but I thought it went on too long. Breck was a great hero if a little underdeveloped in my opinion. I think my main issue was that he and Raven don’t spend a lot of time together before these heavy feelings develop. Just a day and half a night. He seemed a wee bit over infatuated with her and part of me felt it came across a bit like he was just trying to get back at Porter since he expressed an interest in Raven. Particularly with the history between the two brothers. I wish we would have gotten more pages of them as a couple outside of just that one day.

That said, I still inhaled this one all in one sitting, and I fully plan to inhale Porter’s book as well when it become available. Two thumbs up from yours truly.description


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