Review of Learning Curves by Elyse Mady
Published: June 20, 2011
5 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: “Leanne Galloway has no time for dating; her focus is on launching her academic career. Dragged along to her childhood frenemy Gillian's bachelorette party at a male strip club, she just wants to get through the evening-but she can't help interfering when Gillian sends a note to a sexy dancer proposing a hot hookup.
Brandon Myles is working backstage at the Foxe's Den to fund his post-graduate studies in dance, but he's forced onstage when the headliner fails to show up. He feels a surprisingly strong connection with a quiet woman watching from a table full of tipsy bridesmaids, and he's delighted when she appears backstage after his set.
After a scorching spontaneous encounter, Leanne and Brandon agree to go their separate ways. But they're both grad students on a small campus, and avoiding each other and denying their attraction won't work for long, especially when a jealous rival appears, determined to ruin both their academic careers.”
Learning Curves by Elyse Mady is a very sensual story about finding out what you really want out of life. Leanne and Brandon are two characters that readers will discover are more alike than they are different. What I love most about Learning Curves is the instant connection Leanne and Brandon have with each other. That connection pulls readers into the book more and more as each page turns. I give Learning Curves by Elyse Mady 5 smirks because the story is unique, the characters are relatable in a way that will leave readers feeling vulnerable and Leanne and Brandon’s chemistry is palpable.