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The Sun and the Moon (Giving You ... Book 1) by [McAdam, Leslie]
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About the Author

Leslie McAdam is a California girl who loves romance, Little Dude, and well-defined abs. She lives in a drafty old farmhouse on a small orange tree farm in Southern California with her husband and two small children. Leslie always encourages her kids to be themselves - even if it means letting her daughter wear leopard print from head to toe. An avid reader from a young age, she will always trade watching TV for reading a book, unless it's Top Gear. Or football. Leslie is employed by day but spends her nights writing about the men you fantasize about. She's unapologetically sarcastic and notoriously terrible at comma placement. Always up for a laugh, Leslie tries to see humor in all things. When she's not in the writing cave you'll find her fangirling over Beck, camping with her family, or mixing up oil paints to depict her love of outdoors on canvas. www.lesliemcadamauthor.com

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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016M8HXW6
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Firstly all I will say is Ryan F*cking Fielding, What a hottie!!! I really loved this can't believe this is only Leslie's First Book, There were plenty of feels in this book, and i really felt for Amelia you a pretty good understanding from the start that she went through something bad in her life and played only by her own rules. In walks Ryan Fielding the hot Surfer Dude Coffee shop Manager to swoop in and save the day or will he???? Can he make Amelia break her rules, the ones she has lived by all her life, well you will just have to read it to find out, Congratulations Leslie this is by far one of the best debut Novels I've read, can't wait for Book 2
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Leslie McAdam has done a fantastic job on her debut novel! She did an excellent job writing about a very difficult, dark subject matter: depression. And I just have to say that after reading this, she couldn't have picked a more perfect title for this book.

Lets start with Amelia Crowley. She has been battling depression ever since going through a traumatic event. She has just been cruising through life, numb, not feeling anything. She has written a set of rules pertaining to her sexuality and what she will and won't do based on how she was brought up by her parents. The author tackles her depression and suicidal thoughts, and us as readers are along for her ride to recovery.

In walks Sex God, Ryan Fielding! He is one hot surfer/coffee house guru. I could not get enough of him and all his sensualist ways! He has set out to help Amelia break all her rules and to allow her to just feel all the pleasure he has to offer her. Ryan was definitely an easy character to fall in love with. He is a very attractive, attentive, romantic, sensualist lover, so different from Amelia. They were complete opposites, like the sun and the moon. Will Amelia allow Ryan to help her break through all her rules and boundaries, or will she cling to them and lose their chance at love?

This story was a very good, easy read! I loved the many Harry Potter references throughout the book. You could definitely tell the author was a huge fan. The book was entirely in Amelia's POV, but I love how the author included some bonus scenes from Ryan's POV after the epilogue. I love getting able to see both sides. I can't wait to read what else Leslie McAdam has in store for us later on.
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Mansmell.

Manflesh.

These are my 2 new favourite words in the world. I am going to petition the Oxford dictionary to add them as new words for 2016. I predict they will become big like when google became a verb.

I appear to have lost a good hour of my Saturday checking out hot, blonde haired surf dudes with abs to die for who love coffee. I might need to lose an hour or so tomorrow too - you can't rush perfection when you are looking for a Sun God like Ryan Fielding.

Leslie made the perfect dude! He can cook! He has a heart of gold. He is thoughtful. He has a sexy body to die for. Those little dimples above a man's butt, score! Caring. Ambitious. He has a lovely pecker. Abs. Nice car. Great taste in coffee. Green peepers. I am smitten I tell you.

If I had rules, I can think of no better man to make me break them than him, and that is exactly what he does to Amelia. One by one the rules fall by the wayside.

The Sun and the Moon is a really good read. It is funny whilst still dealing with a really tough message about depression and low self esteem. Leslie deals with them with sympathy, tact and clearly a great deal of understanding; the reason for that is dealt with in the author's notes at the end.

An impressive debut. It made me immensely proud that a person who felt broken was able to pick herself up through the the joy of reading, the joy of writing and the joy of words.

"I'm not one to tell you how to feel. You feel how you feel. I'm in this life to feel everything. Pleasure and pain. So feel how you feel.
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The Sun and The Moon is a good bit of smut that also deals with the complex subject matter of depression. I must admit, this book took a while to grab me. At the start there is a lot of internal monologue, I did find I was just waiting for the part where she meets the hottie. Amelia sounds like a hot shot, sexy lawyer, who comes across as a massive prude, but inside she is battling everyday against depression and trying to escape the boundaries she was raised in.

When she meets Ryan, she finds the light at the end of the tunnel and he helps her to stop feeling so numb and ditch her many, many (mostly prudish) rules. I did like Ryan but I know if he said the things he said to Amelia to me, then I’d probably think he was a bit of a douche. I kind of cringed by how he kept saying ‘I’m a sensualist’, it just sounds like such a line and it was just a bit arrogant. Not everything he said was that bad but that line just irked me a bit.

The book progresses on throughout their relationship with Ryan trying to open her up sexually and conquer her trust issues. There were a lot of hot, sexy bits but the story line wasn’t very gripping to me, I admired the way the subject was handled but I prefer a few more twists in my books and this was a bit predictable. There’s a bit that happens towards the end and I immediately put the book down because, to me, it was so obvious it was silly. So I was about to skim past until she gets over the mistake/misunderstanding, which happens pretty quick and the author actually referenced that it was like some ‘two-bit romance novel’ plot.
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