Armi K.


Avid reader. Main focus on paranormal romance, urban fantasy, chick lit, erotic and contemporary romance.


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  • No Experience Required (a Summer Rains Novel) on Dec. 30, 2012

    "Oh, Spirit." After spending her childhood in a commune enjoying the simplicity of life, Summer Rains learns to cuss using stronger phrases than the Spirit's and Mother Nature's she's been exposed to so far. Summer decides it's time to get into the real world. Or rather she follows the boy she's loved forever into it after he flees their modern utilities free surroundings. But due to a mother's sob-infused words, Summer doesn't quite end up where her heart went with Gan. Instead of Yale, Connecticut, Summer finds herself in Hale, Alabama. With no Gan. Years of studying, not really anything school related, but the pleasures the modern world, the real world, offers, Summer ends up in San Francisco struggling to keep a roof over her head. And, as it turns out, to stay alive. Through some unexpected and unfortunate events, Summer finds herself gasping for air watching her life pass by her eyes with hands with murderous intent around her throat. But before that happens, there's this incident with a rock star. And the one with the detective with the best ass in the world. And the one with her now ex-room mate. And the one with Gan, who now goes by Will, and his couch. And the one with her best friend at the police station. And the ones with the paparazzi. And the one with the fancy and uppity French chef. And the modeling thing. And... Well, you'll just have to read the book. Ms. Stewart promises a book in the spirit of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, a book filled with fun. That, she delivers. While I may not have burst out laughing throughout reading No Experience Required, I did find myself snickering more often than not. In my opinion, No Experience Required is a book for anyone looking to spending a few hours curled up on the sofa giggling. Me, I think I'm going to start waiting for the next book in the series to see how things go with Summer and Will, where detective Ronin fits in, and, most of all, what's the new job.