Sunday, December 15, 2013

David (Control #4) by M.S. Willis

Ok so you've read The Control Series by M.S. Willis right? Of course you have because it is AMA-ZING!!!!! Now I loved all the characters but David was by far the most fun I think. Did you know that he has his own book? Yep,you heard me correctly he sure does. Are you ready for him?

She didn't get it right
I mean…the facts were correct
And let's face it, she perfectly described just how amazing I look; BUT

M.S. Willis didn't tell you about how, really, I should have been the hero of the Control series. Sure, Paige and the crew did the things they did, but they couldn't have done them if it wasn't for yours truly.

In case you don't know me, my name is David. Last name? Don't need one, I'm too fabulous to worry about small details. All you need to know is D-A-V-I-D…me!

So what's this book about? Pretty much everything you already know, except for one glorious improvement….

It's all David, all the time.

(Feel free to thank me later)

5 Bead-Dazzleing happy faces
because David is just to cool for normal stars
This was so funny and cute. I loved it and it is just as fabulous as David himself. I just want to hug him and give him pudding to thank him. If you have read the other books in the series then you want to read this short read. You get to learn a little more about David and Matt. The book is written from David's POV which makes it fun. Great job M.S Willis! Oh wait I'm sorry I mean GREAT JOB DAVID!!!!!

“Sorry, David, but that was a really dumb decision on your part.  I think you should really consider your footwear better while planning out your day.”

Consider my footwear.   That was her advice?  I had considered my footwear!  It was elegant and a little bit rugged at the same time.  Those shoes were gold!  They could have been worn with jeans, but also with a casual business look.  The stitching was flawless and the tread was just thick enough to provide decent padding and also good traction in cases of inclement weather.  I’d considered those shoes for a whole twenty minutes before buying them.  What the fuck did she mean that I should consider my footwear?!

“Shut up, Paige!  You’re really not going to get my shoes out of there?”

“Nope.  Consider them buried.  I can say a eulogy if that would make you feel better.”

Antonio and Maurice (yes, I name my shoes) were presently trapped within an evil abyss of mud, and muck and water and dirt and all Paige could offer me was a eulogy?  What kind of eulogy would they receive?  She didn’t understand what we’d been through.  The day I’d bought them, the day I’d first worn them and they didn’t cause a blister – the impressed look Matt had on his face when he’d seen them in the diner.  Those guys had been through so much with me.  I’d be damned to allow her to give the eulogy, the boys deserved better than that.

Lowering my head, I began.  “They were a good pair of shoes and they will be missed.”  I looked up into the Heavens knowing their little shoe souls had to have been flying up as we spoke.  “I remember the first day I walked past the window that contained those shoes…”

Paige laughed…again…the heartless bitch.  “Give it a rest and come on.  We have to get home, it’s getting late.”

M.S. Willis is a romance novelist whose debut novel, Control, was released in 2013.  Although currently writing in the romance genre, Willis has plans to expand her literary pursuits into multiple genres and has no fear conquering difficult subject matters in her writing.  Willis is a native Floridian who is also a photographer and musician.  When not absorbing herself in written, visual or musical expression, Willis is an adrenaline junkie, a ‘closet’ video game enthusiast, and an avid outdoors person and nature lover.
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The other books in the Control Series