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Vanessa Mazur knows she’s doing the right thing. She shouldn’t feel bad for quitting. Being an assistant/housekeeper/fairy godmother to the top defensive end in the National Football Organization was always supposed to be temporary. She has plans and none of them include washing extra-large underwear longer than necessary.

But when Aiden Graves shows up at her door wanting her to come back, she’s beyond shocked.

For two years, the man known as The Wall of Winnipeg couldn’t find it in him to tell her good morning or congratulate her on her birthday. Now? He’s asking for the unthinkable.

What do you say to the man who is used to getting everything he wants?

***ONE OF MY TOP FAVORITE BOOKS OF ALL TIME***

So many re-reads, it’s not even funny…

REVIEW:

5 “I Would Lick the Sweat Off Aiden’s [email protected] All Day, Every Day” Stars

After reading 2014’s Under Locke and 2015’s Kulti, I knew I enjoyed Mariana Zapata’s shit.

But after reading this one I am officially so fucking #TeamZapata #TeamAiden #TeamMuscledHunkofSexyManMeat #RidiculousInstagram-likeParagraphofIdioticHastags that I’m going to make up my own nationally organized sport league (cause you know NFL…NFO…who even cares) activity I shall hereafter refer to as…

…drum roll please…

STEALTH CHASE

Or perhaps…

But we don’t let felonies get us down here at the Stealth Chase Organization.

And at least in prison we could have unlimited Zapata reading time.

Anyprisonrape, if you aren’t familiar with Zapata’s work, bear this in mind:

***Pay attentions smut scalers***

Zapata’s books are very slow burn. In fact, some might consider them plain slow moving as a whole, especially considering the smexy times are always a looooong time coming (haha! pun!).

Now this is usually a HUGE problem for me.

I have no shame in my game, so I will plainly state:

1) As I get older, I seem to have the attention span of a fruit fly.

I swear I’m like Benjamin Fucking Button, maturity-wise. I get more childish the older I get. Life’s too short. So slower reads are not usually my bag.

2) I get blue balls in my girls parts like a priest at a Playboy party if I don’t get any smexy times by the 50% mark.

Which makes me, well, cue tantrum.

But with Zapata – especially in this one – the trade-off is SO worth it.

The richness of this story is so hard to explain and the time she takes to build the relationship between Aiden and Vanessa makes it so beautiful.

Also, even though the pace of the story is slow, it doesn’t feel slow. Something about the way Zapata writes makes it seem like really big stuff is happeneing during really small moments – because it is.

I remember reading a scene where Aiden is holding Vanessa in his lap and the way Zapata wrote about how his arms hung over her thighs and his hands wrapped around her knees had me fucking enthralled. Honestly, I found that scene (and other scenes in this book) more sensual than 90% of the sex scenes I’ve read. And you know I’ve read a-fucking-LOT of those.

Something I also love about Zapata’s writing style (which others might not) is that she only gives the h’s POV. We never get Aiden’s POV.

And I dig it.

It made him so enigmatic and interesting that it made this story even richer for me in much the same way that the details and the pacing does. You have to read to get to know the characters. You have to read to get to the love story. It’s not handed to you within 50 pages, there is no insta-ANYTHING.

It’s almost like you have to earn it in Zapata’s books. And, like anything in life, the things you earn are the things you appreciate the most. And you seriously appreciate this love story by the time you get to end.

I adored this book and I adore Zapata’s writing style. Everything is shown to you. Not told. And to me that’s the sign of a truly talented author. She has easily become one of my top authors and I will forever hereafter be the front runner in the Stealth Chase games to stalk her whenever she releases anything new.

DUDE!

I have seen this bad boy ALL over my newsfeed. But because of the kinda wackadoo title, I didn’t pay much attention. Until I finally clicked on it to see what all the fuss was about and realized…

Because it’s by the awesome Mariana Zapata. And sounds fucking awesome.

WTF was I thinking not grabbing this sooner?!?!?!

The Wall of Winnipeg and Me was a seriously addictive slow burn romance. Once I started the audio, I couldn’t stop listening. It was over 16 hours long, but I finished it within 48 hours. There was nothing about this book I didn’t love!

Vanessa Mazur has worked for pro football player, Aiden Graves for 2 years. Aides is quiet, curt, and drives Vanessa crazy. She’s his assistant, but she wants more than that. So, she decides to quit and follow her real passion. Aides is a bit lost without Vanessa. When he shows up at her door weeks after she quit, Vanessa is in shock. But that shock becomes even more shocking when she finds out the favor he needs. Vanessa is torn. Help Aiden, or not… He didn’t treat her the best when they worked together, but the stakes are high for her here….

“I would have done just about anything for you back then, even when you got on my nerves. I might have just waited until the last minute to push you out of oncoming traffic, but I’d still push you out of the way.”

As I said before, the story is a slow burn romance, but the pace is fast. The story between Aiden and Vanessa had such a great and natural flow. I loved watching them turn into friends, trusted confidants, and so much more. This book was seriously perfect. Aiden is the strong and silent type. He’s not close to anyone, really, but he slowly lets Vanessa in.

There were a few moments between them that left the biggest smile on my face. When Aiden showed up at a certain convention to support Vanessa, I had a perma-grin and happy tears! Both of these characters were completely fantastic. I can’t even tell you who I loved more.

I feel so gushy about this book right now! I read Kulti over a year ago and adored it as well. It’s apparent to me that Zapata is not a one-hit wonder. I’ll definitely be auto-buying every book of hers from here on out! A for sure favorite of mine this year, The Wall of Winnipeg and Me is one you don’t want to miss out on!

About The Wall Of Winnipeg And Me Author

Mariana Zapata began writing love stories soon after she learned how to spell. She probably shouldn’t admit that she started sneaking romance novels from her aunt’s bookshelves way before she was old enough to even understand what it meant when a man flipped up a woman’s skirt. (Don’t tell her mom.) Luckily, she learned to love the process of two people falling in love instead of all the other juicy stuff. Mariana lives in Houston, Texas with her longtime boyfriend and two beloved (and emotionally manipulative) Great Danes, Dorian and Kaiser. When she’s not pretending to write, she’s reading. You can usually find her burning somewhat edible experiments in the kitchen or cracking jokes at the expense of her family members.