Cut Loose by Julia Wolf
Release Date: May 31st 2018
Genre: New Adult Romance
*ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review*
Cut Loose is an all new novel by Julia Wolf. continuing from her first book Cut short, this one takes on the story of our beloved Frananas, and how even after one really bad night of sex she’s still wound up for the hot bartender James who jack-hammered his way (literally) into her head and heart.
Frannie is a girl who knows what she wants and goes for it. She’s not one to shy away from things, in fact her motto is don’t avoid conflict but confront it. She does just that after she can’t keep her thoughts from James, the bartender she ogles at even though he was possibly her worst one night stand. But maybe the mystery of James includes more than Frannie thought.
James works as Bar Royal and has been eye sexing Frannie since the first night he saw her. His first shot at her didn’t go over well, but their undeniable chemistry keeps pulling them together. Frannie wants to get to know him and see what it is that she is so drawn to in him. While James wants to show Frannie that love is possible.
Their story was insanely cute, but don’t be alarmed by the “bad one night stand”, because let me tell you James brings his A game, one that will have you fanning yourself through the whole book. He’s a man of few words, but those words are powerful (and sexy). While Frannie is a perfect spitfire, and so understandable with her insecurities. I loved them both individually, but I loved them more together. Cut Loose had a little bit of everything, and I loved Frannie’s character since the first book. The Sublime novels are definitely ones to read, and im anxiously waiting to hear about our girl Eliza in the next book. An amazing 5 Star read!
My Rating: 5 Stars
He was the worst she ever had, so why can’t she get him out of her head?
Francisca Rivera— call her Frannie, please— says what she means and takes what she wants. Six months ago, all it took was one look at James, the gorgeous, bearded man pouring drinks at her favorite bar, and she had to have him in her bed.
To say she had been disappointed would be the biggest understatement in the history of all understatements. James was a no good, very bad lay.
But there is just something about James’ quiet, steady manner and the way he’s always watching her at the bar— like she’s something special— that keeps her wanting.
Frannie is wild and free with an aversion to relationships. James is soft-spoken and shy with a tendency to be reclusive. Can two opposites meet somewhere in the middle and take a second chance at their first time?