Book Review - Give a Little by Kate Perry


Beatrice Summerhill loves risk. She's not afraid to go for what she wants, regardless of anything or anyone standing in her way.

Enter Luca Fiorelli, the "Italian Stallion" racecar driver.

Normally, Bea would have dismissed the preening peacock without a thought, but Luca somehow manages to get under her skin--and her covers. She can't resist him, and she knows he's not good for her, so she shuts him out.

Until he dangles the most tempting carrot in front of her: an irresistible business venture that will take her career to the next level and make her a female Donald Trump. Unfortunately, Luca not only holds the key, but he's taken it for ransom. All Bea needs to do is give a little and close the deal... If she's willing to risk everything--including her heart.


This book, the last in the Summerhill series, wraps up the two stories I’ve been waiting to read through the entire series.  First are Bea and Luca’s, which has been brewing from the beginning and finally came to a very satisfying conclusion. 

The second is Rowdy’s story.  His friendship with Viola and her daughter Chloe has built him up to be a very interesting character and am so glad he was able to find his HEA. 

Perry just keeps creating new and interesting stories with characters I can’t help but care about and love.  I’ve been reading Kate’s books for a couple of years now and when I finish one of her books I am always left with a feeling of contentment and excitement for life that comes from reading her books. 

MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy


Kate has tangoed at midnight with a man in blue furry chaps, dueled with flaming swords in the desert, and strutted on bar tops across the world and back. She’s been kissed under the Eiffel Tower, had her butt pinched in Florence, and been serenaded in New Orleans. But she found Happy Ever After in San Francisco with her Magic Man.

Kate’s the bestselling author of the Laurel Heights Novels, as well as the Family and Love and Guardians of Destiny series. She’s been translated into several languages and is quite proud to say she’s big in Slovenia. All her books are about strong, independent women who just want love.

Most days, you can find Kate in her favorite cafĂ©, working on her latest novel. Sometimes she’s wearing a tutu. She may or may not have a jeweled dagger strapped to her thigh...


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