Monday, April 20, 2015

Luca Blog Tour

“Anger is like a thorn in the heart...the roar of my courage and the cold sweat of my fear.” ~Luca

Pyromania is an impulse control disorder [1] in which individuals repeatedly fail to resist impulses to deliberately start fires, [1] in order to relieve tension or for instant gratification.

Damon Luca, or Luca as they called him. I thought of him more as Damien, the fucking devil within these walls that now is my life. Dark, broody, and deadly to any woman. Mind-blowing, soul-shaking, raw sex appeal. He was a tall statured boy with broad shoulders and a pair of green eyes that set my soul on fire. His inky black hair framed his hard, chiseled features. He had the type of body that had no business being on a seventeen-year-old. I knew that once he fully developed, he'd be nothing short of drop-dead gorgeous. As I said...deadly on the eyes...and dangerous for your heart.

My name is Allison. I met Luca through an unfortunate event when we were younger. I’m now twenty-four, and this is my story. My fucked up life. It's not a pretty one. Then again, the most interesting ones aren't...are they? This isn't your usual love story. Anything but. There are no blue skies, rainbows, or unicorns. Only own personal arsonist. He had the ability to set my panties on fire, leave my body smoldering, and turn my heart into burning embers. He scared the hell out of me, made me feel. He opened my eyes to the world of twisted love. But love no less. This scary, beautiful man stole my heart from a young, tender age and refused to give it back. Here’s our story…

This story is deep, dark, and deals with real scars and growth because of them. 

***WARNING!!! Review contains some potty mouth and visual expression. Continue at your own risk!****


First off...... the ending.....SO didn't see THAT coming!!! My heart is broken...ripped up into a million tiny pieces. I loved this story so fucking much that as soon as I finish this review, I'm reading it again. 

Starting at the beginning, we are introduced to Allison and Luca. The scene is set in an institute and had me curious as to why she was there. As the story progresses, we find out why.

Livid at the thought of that actually happening had me wanting to jump into the book and kick someones ass.  Luckily, Luca handled it for me.

Luca and Allison's relationship is unconventional. They get under each other's skin and set off emotions that are unfamiliar to them. When their paths cross again a few years later, the need is still there and so is the hurt. Luckily, Allison has Oliver; the sexy viking who is loved by many and hated by Luca. 
I won't go into details about the whole Ollie vs. Luca thing but know this... I wouldn't mind being in the middle of that sammich. Relationships are tested and hearts will be broken. 

The thought of having to wait for more Luca and Ollie...

Gina is an amazing word weaver and she always has the hottest guys. Abel(Saving Abel), James (Blood Ties), and Cameron (Beautiful Lies) to read about. I guess one of them will have to do until the next book in the I love the way you lie series is available for my viewing pleasure. 

On that note... pick up your copy and enjoy Luca with me =)

Author Bio:

Gina Whitney grew up reading Judy Blume, and Nancy Drew books. She was raised in the town of North Valley Stream, New York(Long Island)and attended community college for fashion design. At 19 she opened a boutique. She recently published her first paranormal romance novel Blood Ties. When she's not writing, she's hanging with family and friends. She shares a home with her wonderful son’s PJ and Drew, and their 200lb Mastiff Hercules. She currently lives in Massapequa, New York. Reading has always been a passion and obsession. You can usually find her typing furiously while shouting obscenities over her latest work. She also enjoys a good laugh, being snarky, espresso, and above all steamy swooning angst filled novels. She's pathologically obsessed with True Blood(Eric ;), Games of Thrones, Borgias, Vampire Diaries and Originals. You can also find her chatting it up with readers on Facebook.


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