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  • By Sarah Miles on August 13, 2015

    Aubrie 'Brie' Evans and Lincoln 'Based' Carter, step siblings, would be lovers, chalk and cheese. These two had such great chemistry and camaraderie, their back and forth exchanges were always a thrill to read. They were such polar opposites but so absolutely perfect for each other, the way they could wind one another up always had me stuck somewhere between over heating and chuckling until my sides were sore. I love characters written with such sharp tongued wit!This book was absolutely .... wow! I always feel that when you go in to a stepbrother romance book you're always kind of getting the same thing each time. Sure each author has their own take on the storyline but they always feel a little 'carbon copy' of each another. And considering that B.B. Hamel's previous book was a step brother tale, I actually started a little apprehensively. But somewhere within the first couple of chapters I found my rather unfair presumptions whipped straight in to shape. The reasons why this worked so well and felt so fresh and original for me only took me a few minutes to figure out. “I would have guessed you’d use the pool table before Batman pinball.”“Looks can be deceiving. Pinball is the true game of skill.”She laughed. “I find that hard to believe. Are you any good?”“I’m a pinball master, set all the high scores. I’m great with my hands.”She raised an eyebrow. “Seriously?”“Seriously. The ladies always compliment me on my finger skills.”She gave me a look. “I mean the high scores.”I grinned. “Yeah. Except this bastard.” I nudged the case with my hip.She laughed again. “Look at you. Good at piano and pinball. Weird combination.”“I’m a man of many talents.” Although written in both characters perspectives, the narrative always felt a little more like this was Lincoln's story to tell. But not just that, B.B Hamel has written a male character that is so much more than muscles, tattoos and sex appeal, this guy has not only a heart but a real story of disaster and of a painful recovery to tell. And one that has been written with great thought and dedication by the author, sometimes you can literally tense up, wince and feel the pain that Lincoln is experiencing."There were so many layers to our story. Too much baggage to count. Most of it was mine, and I couldn’t deny that. Sometimes, I was afraid I would get pulled down by the weight of it all, and it scared me to think that maybe she could get pulled down with me. My whole life had been about plummeting toward the earth, but for the first time in my life, I wanted to stay grounded."Brie was just as likeable as Lincoln was. She was always down to earth, supportive and thoroughly human. Sometimes we love and forgive people even when they possibly don't deserve it. Just like we except them for the people they are. You can't decide who you fall in love with as much as you can't choose your family. Brie was always just thoroughly loveable and relatable, a heroine who never actually needed saving made a refreshing change from the normal damsels in distress you so often see."But I wasn’t denying it anymore. I wasn’t hiding it. I was his and I couldn’t help it. Nothing we said or did would change that fact.I was embracing it. I was relaxing and going with the flow.It was love. That’s what he called it. I either went with it or I drowned.I’d always go with Lincoln."Between the stupidly goofy smile I realised I was sporting by the end of the book and one particular date scene with 'Misty the stripper' that had me laughing so hard I couldn't even read the pages through my teary eyes, I fell so deeply in love with this book. Such a charming yet heart felt read, I never found anything about it that I would change. B.B. Hamel has written it in her usually flawless manner, with enough sexy scenes to keep pulses racing but with an emotional plot reminiscent of her debut novel. Still one of three of my go to authors for a fun evening read, this book was a total winner and impossible to put down. Highly recommended to everyone!I was very kindly given a copy of Based to read and review by the author.

  • By Heather Cav (Hot Books & Sassy Girls Book Blog) on August 18, 2015

    Lincoln and Aubrie were step siblings. Lincoln’s mom married her dad years ago and after the wedding and that one special kiss Lincoln split to pursue his base jumping career and Aubrie went to Norte Dame for school. Aubrie only knew how Lincoln was doing because she saw him in the tabloids, commercials and social media. But she could never stop thinking about that kiss.When her step-mom called her home for the summer to help with a few charity events she wasn’t quite expecting what she found when she got there. She saw him and all the feelings she had buried came right up to the surface and she knew she had to stay away.Lincoln broke into a building one night. Went to the roof and jumped. The wind was a little off and when he came down it just wasn’t right. He ended up crashing into a car and breaking both of his legs. When he woke in the hospital there were lawyers and the police all around. He almost got put back in jail if it wasn’t for his step dad. Who promised to be in charge of him and keep him out of trouble while on probation. If only he would do a documentary about his recovery. So his only option was jail or go back home and have a camera crew follow him around while he recovers. But when she came walking through the door he knew things were never going to be the same.They both had chemistry they wanted to keep to themselves but could they? Could things work out for them when his step-dad was breathing down his neck trying to control his every move? Or could a gain in Lincolns control be the answer to everything? Then the magical moment they shared happened again this time could they just walk away?If you love a good stepbrother romance then this is for you. This book had it all with a hot and sexy tattoo alpha male, steamy sex, and some great chemistry. This book is wrote in both Aubrie and Lincoln’s POV. This is a great story. I look forward to seeing what the author has coming up in the future.Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.Reviewed for Marebare’s Book Shelf.

  • By AUNT BEE on August 14, 2015

    Lincoln (Based) Carter is home recovering from two shattered legs suffered during an accident at his last free fall jump. Aubrie is home for the summer for the first time in three years as her stepmother, Julia, requires her help with her many charity functions and her Dad would really like her home.Lincoln and Aubrie had no knowledge the other was to be at their parent's home, and wouldn't have chosen this arrangement for anything. One incident between them at their parents wedding three years prior has them now verbally sparing, each trying to figure out how they are going to survive around the other.Lincoln's rehab and recovery is being filmed at the house, so there is no way for Aubrie to avoid being eventually drawn in for an interview as part of the documentary. There is no way to avoid Lincoln period.Our H/h are equally attracted to one another, but if they act on it, it can't surely can't be known.This is not just another stepbrother book. Far from it. The secondary characters are quite involved in so many different aspects of the story and most of it, not in a good way.Jess, the director for the documentary, had me wanting to hate on her something fierce for much of the story, but I was very pleased with her actions at the story's end.Aubrie's Dad did not turn out to be who was presented to be in the begining. He was not the Dad missing his daughter and anticipating a joyous reunion. In the end, you too will feel he is not worthy of his family's love.Lincoln's Mom was not the "airhead" Aubrie thought her to be, she was a true sweetheart from start to finish.5 STARS....Very well written, hot as h***, and deserving of a second read (I've already read thru twice ).ARC provided in exchange for an honest review

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