Review – Stout by Georgia Cates




Stout, is the sensational second instalment of the Lovibond Series from Georgia Cates.
Stout aka Oliver Thorne originally popped up in Tap and I kind of did a little jump and squeal when Stout landed on my kindle. I honestly couldn’t wait to dive into him.
Oliver Thorne is a super sexy, oh so hot, beautifully broken male that stole my heart. His relationship with Adelyn was unique. I really enjoyed how Georgia wrote these two and how their pasts influenced their futures, and their love for each other.
I loved how Oliver, obviously quite the alpha was turned into an even bigger alpha through the duration of the book, his underlying issues over dominance soon faded the deeper he falls with Adelyn. And holy moly does he make one hell of a BBF. I found myself fanning myself regularly. The thick sexual tension and intense flirtation between Oliver and Adelyn was hotter than a house on fire.
Have to say, I loved reading Adelyn too. She was so fierce. So strong. Despite her past. I connected to her 100%.

Once again Georgia plays all her cards and tells one hell of a story. Consuming me from start to finish. I’m super excited to read Porter’s story next.


Five swoony, sensational, sexy stars.



Craft beer and the sexy men who brew it.

A beautiful neighbor. A complete stranger. That’s all she was when I moved in next door.

Adelyn Maxwell is my neighbor but she’s no girl next door. The more I come to know her, the more I discover she’s a good girl with a lovely dark side. And maybe I don’t want her to stay on her side of the fence.

I want to disturb the rhythm of her pulse.

I want to see the way her hair spills on the bed when she lies beneath me.

I want her to teach me the dirty pretty things she desires behind closed doors. And she does.

But mostly I want to leave my mark on the most intimate, untouched part of her body. Her heart.

A seemingly insignificant intersection of our lives neither of us recalls suddenly becomes a pivotal moment in our future. We aren’t strangers at all. And our paths aren’t crossing for the first time.

These twists and turns of fate will become one of two things: a wrecking ball to tear us apart or the connection to bond us together forever.



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