Review: Unblocked by Marni Mann (Timber Tower Episode 1)

Derek Block seeks revenge. Frankie Jordan seeks professional dominance. He wants her, she wants him. Lines that can’t cross begin to blur. Things start heating up as real estate gets real… This is episode one of the five-episode novella series Timber Towers.

This book is the first in a serial type of series. They’re meant to be read in order and there are five total. I so want to know what happens. There are so many secrets! I want to know about Frankie and Reed’s past. There’s a huge story there that I’m dying to know. I also want to know why Derek wants revenge against Randy. There is a ton of sexual tension in this book. I’m intrigued by the characters in this story, even the side characters. I have a feeling things are more intertwined than they first appear, but that’s my best reader’s guess. I really enjoyed the story and didn’t want it to end. I hope it’s not long before the whole serial is out and available because I might just combust with wanting to know.

About Marni:
Best-selling Author Marni Mann knew she was going to be a writer since middle school. While other girls her age were daydreaming about teenage pop stars, Mann was fantasizing about penning her first novel. She crafts sexy, titillating stories that weave together her love of darkness, mystery, passion, and human emotion. A New Englander at heart, she now lives in Sarasota, Florida with her husband and their two dogs who subsequently have been characters in her books. When she’s not nose deep in her laptop working on her next novel, she’s scouring for chocolate, sipping wine, traveling to new locations, and devouring fabulous books.

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