Adrenaline by Kelly Elliott

Posted March 24, 2016 by Marie in Book Reviews, Tours and Reveals / 6 Comments

Adrenaline by Kelly Elliott

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Adrenaline by Kelly Elliott
Series: Speed #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance

Malcolm Wallace lived for the adrenaline rush. If he wasn’t living life on the edge, he wasn’t living. He had no time for relationships, let alone love.
When one event changes Malcolm’s entire future, he must turn to the one person who makes him doubt his entire philosophy on life.
Paislie Pruitt.
She’s beautiful.
She’s strong.
She’s the one rush Malcolm never saw coming.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

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Let me begin by saying that although this can be read on its own reading book one helps! Although if you are have read book one you may be asking who the heck is Paislie? She came out of no where which is usually where all the best characters come from! She is very independent which is something that came from being left by her father at Saint Patrick’s Orphanage.  She went from foster home to foster home before ending up back at the orphanage. Her past had led her to be the woman she is and relationships are something that come easily for her.
Malcolm also doesn’t have an easy time with relationships. Of course being one of NASCAR’s most skilled drivers means there is never a shortage of women. Ashley, his most hook up and Emmit Lewis’ (from book one) sister,  is questioning there no commitment fling. While Paislie is starting to realize that she may be her current boyfriend’s dirty little secret. Paislie and Malcolm end up bumping into each other and there is an instant attraction. Of course nothing is ever that easy and they both have issues that they need to get past in order to have a happily ever after.

This entire book was so wonderfully written and I was on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happens. The main characters are written with such depth that you feel as though they are real people. While the secondary characters bring their own personalities and flair to the story. Sister Elizabeth really intrigued me and I would love to know more about her.


“W-where are we going?” she asked as she glanced over her shoulder.
Opening the laundry room door, I pulled her in and pushed her against the wall.
“I need to feel you, Paislie … taste you.”
Each breath was forced as the rush grew bigger. I’d been waiting for so long for this moment.
My hand slid up her dress and moved softly along her thigh where I brushed my knuckles across the thin lace material. Son-of-a-bitch. My cock was throbbing I wanted her so badly.
My fingers pushed the material to the side as Paislie lifted her leg, allowing me better access.
I slipped two fingers in and moaned as my dick hardened painfully more. “Fucking hell. You’re soaking wet.”
Her head dropped back as she whispered, “Please. Malcolm, I’ve waited so long for you.”
My lips moved along her neck, placing soft kisses as I slowly moved my fingers in and out of her. Sliding another one in, I moved faster. “Yes,” she hissed as she pumped her hips. I didn’t want her coming yet. The first time she came, it was either going to be on my cock or my tongue.
Pulling my fingers from her, Paislie let out a whimper. I lifted her up and set her on the counter. It was going to kill my leg, but I needed to taste her.
“Lay back, Paislie. I want to taste you … now.”
Her eyes widened with delight as she smiled and laid back. I lifted her beautiful gown and moaned when I saw the garter and panties.
“Jesus, you’re perfect,” I moaned as I pushed her panties out of the way and licked up her pussy. Paislie gasped and grabbed onto my hair.
“Oh … dear … God,” she panted.
I’ve given plenty of women oral sex, but this was different. So very different. Paislie tasted sweet, addictive, like a drug. I instantly craved more as I licked and sucked her more. Her body quivered and I knew she was close. All I would need to do is concentrate on her clit and push my fingers in.
The knock on the door had us both freezing. Paislie lifted her head as we looked at one another. She shook her head and mouthed, Are you fucking kidding me?





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There were two things Emmit Lewis loved.

Racing cars and Adaline Morgan.

Time was stolen from the two young lovers and Emmit vowed never again would he allow anything to come between the two of them.

Blurred lines both on and off the track have Emmit being tested beyond his limits. Will he reach the checkered flag and ignite Adaline’s heart, or will he be black-flagged and lose everything he has ever dreamed of?


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About Kelly Elliott

Kelly Elliott is married to a wonderful Texas cowboy who has a knack for making her laugh almost daily and supports her crazy ideas and dreams for some unknown reason…he claims it’s because he loves her!
She’s also a mom to an amazing daughter who is constantly asking for something to eat while her fingers move like mad on her cell phone sending out what is sure to be another very important text message.
In her spare time she loves to sit in her small corner overlooking the Texas hill country and write.
One of her favorite things to do is go for hikes around her property with Gus….her chocolate lab and the other man in her life, and Rose, her golden retriever. When Kelly is not outside helping the hubby haul brush, move rocks or whatever fun chore he has in store for her that day, you’ll find her inside reading, writing or watching HGTV.

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6 responses to “Adrenaline by Kelly Elliott

  1. Jerry Marquardt

    I loved you analytical review won this great book today. Thank you for all of your great reviews. Keep up the good work in the future.

  2. ellen beck

    I liked your review. I dont read much romance, but I like how you describe the plot and the story line.

  3. Jeena Bittenbender

    This looks right up my ally. Thank you for the review. I like a strong heroine. The fact that she’s been abandoned to an orphanage makes her interesting.

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