Release Blitz and Review: Snatch by Marie James

Title: Snatch
Series: Cerberus MC #5 (Standalone)
Author: Marie James
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 13, 2017


I’ve been Jaxon Donovan since the day I was born, obviously.
My road name, Snatch, came years later due to my ability to literally snatch up
any woman I set my sights on. I’ve always been a connoisseur of the opposite
sex. Tall, short, thin, thick and juicy, my tastes knew no limitations.
I didn’t think there was a limitation to my sexuality, and I
found out just how true that actually was the night my best friend took it upon
himself to take me in his mouth. Sure, there’d been close calls before, the
slip of a hand or misplaced lips. With our propensity to share women, it’s
bound to happen. That fateful night, I was met with pure intention and an
experience I never want to forget.
How do you explain to your friends, your brother’s in arms,
that your extremely active sexuality has led you to your best friend’s door
step? How do you admit, after twenty-six years of heterosexuality, that you’re
into something else?
I’ll soon find out that what happens in the dark will always
come to light.
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Author Bio
Marie James is a full-time working mother of two amazing
little boys and wife of almost 13 years. She enjoys reading in her spare time,
and diet coke is always near. Central Texas is where Marie calls home and has
lived most of her life. With 13 published books under her belt, she has no
desire to stop writing anytime soon and has dozens of book ideas to keep her
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Mariah’s Review

4 Stars

Snatch by Marie James is the fifth book in the Cerberus MC Series.  This book features Snatch and Itchy.  Itchy is in love with his best friend.  The only problem is that Snatch is straight.  The two men share women all of the time.  This makes for some incredibly hot scenes.

What drew me to this book was the fact that it is a M/M.  Who doesn’t love a good story of the straight guy being the attraction of his best friend?  It always makes for a lot of tension and turmoil.  And I love that.  I give that aspect of the book 5 freaking stars.  I mean yikes.  I loved it.  The one drawback to this book is that this is the first book in the series I’ve read.  And while it is a stand alone, I felt sort of lost as I read it.  I don’t feel like there was a lot of background about the MC for a new reader to the series.  That left me a little confused.  The one thing I was not confused about was the absolute steam that this story brings.  Seriously, you’ll need a fan.  I absolutely think you should one click this one because it is just that hot!


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