Mar 06

What I Need by J. Daniels Review



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Riley Tennyson has made a huge mistake.

At least, that’s what she keeps telling herself.

Showing up to her brother’s wedding pissed off and newly single, Riley seeks comfort in solitude and an open bar, until the gorgeous and irresistibly charming CJ Tully makes her a better offer―a wild night with the master of smooth-talking where nothing is off limits.

Riley does what any single woman would do, and a connection is made. One neither one of them can ignore. But when she comes home to the boyfriend she no longer thought she had, Riley buries her secret and begs CJ to do the same.

Forget about each other. It was a mistake. That’s all it was… right?

Desires are hidden. Distance is kept. Until one night CJ makes the ultimate sacrifice, and Riley can no longer avoid the man she can’t stop thinking about.

Not with him sleeping down the hall…


“This is the beginning of us, darling'”

Okay, I need to put this out there . . . CJ TULLY is mine. I know some people will tell you that he is theirs and I can’t call him. But let me tell you right now that they are all complete liars. Okay, now that’s out of the way so we can proceed with this review.

I have been a longtime fan of J. Daniels. Each book she delivers is even better than the last. With each release we get to see her growth as a writer as well as fall deeply in love with this growing group of characters. I adore the Alabama Summer family and CJ has been the icing on the cake.

‘This is why I’m addicted to sex now–CJ Tully is the world’s dirtiest charmer.’

The story was on point and Riley was sweet, endearing, funny and at times somewhat frustrating (but only in a necessary to the storyline sort of way) but as you probably have figured out by now the star of the show was CJ. CJ Tully is the type of book boyfriend that makes real men hate romance novels because there is absolutely no way a real man can live up to the legend that is CJ.

Let’s just end this love letter to J. Daniels with me telling you to read the book! I highly recommend the entire series but this book would still be superb as a standalone! Do it. I dare you not to love the completely Add to dictionary CJ Tully!