Review: Compromising Positions


Compromising Positions

Author: Jenna Bayley-Burke
Series: Invested in Love
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled: Select
Publication Date: November 28 2016
Format: eARC
Pages: 248
Source: Entangled Publishing, LLC


Falling in love is the last thing on his busy agenda but compromising positions can lead just about anywhere.When fitness empire CEO David Strong agrees to help teach a yoga class for couples based on poses in The Kama Sutra, he’s put in one compromising position after another. Especially since the instructor is his best friend’s little sister-in-law, doesn’t have a lot of experience with men, and is totally off-limits. She’s everything David’s never wanted. So he can’t understand why he suddenly needs her so much.

Sophie DelFino has fantasized about David for over a decade, but he has a type, and she’s far from it. He’s also got all sorts of rules and reasons why they shouldn’t be together. Good thing Sophie is all about bending the rules.



Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥. 5 



“This is what you get for opening your big mouth, David Strong said to himself as he pulled his baby-blue Corvette Stingray in front of Working It Out, the gym that occupied the street level of a high-rise in the trendy Pearl District of Northwest Portland.”

I’m a little torn between 5 or 4 stars, so I’m giving this a 4.5 stars!

When I came across this on Indie Sage’s website I couldn’t help but think that Compromising Positions sounded so familiar. Turns out I’ve come across it before but when it had an older cover. Seeing the ratings and noticing people mention that it was such a good read is what sold me to sign myself up for the blog tour.


I’m not sure who I loved more, Sophie or David. Probably equally both! Sophie is such a unique character, I don’t think I’ve read anything that has had a character like her. She’s strong, independent, doesn’t lie, but at times is also vulnerable. And David, oh sweet David. Known as a playboy I liked the fact that David was very upfront about everything, including his rules. But as readers get into Compromising Positions we learn more about his character and I couldn’t help but swoon over him. I also absolutely loved how the author build their relationship. Sophie has wanted David for forever, but David’s feelings for her gradually came to be. It was rushed, it’s was natural.

Would I recommend Compromising Positions? Yes! This book is like a hidden gem.





By day, Jenna is faster than a speeding toddler, stronger than a stubborn husband, able to leap tall Lego structures in a single bound…but by night, while the family sleeps she writes romance novels where no one ever has to scoop up after the dog, change diapers, clip coupons, drive carpool, do laundry, mop floors, get silly putty out of hair, vacuum, empty the vacuum bag (gross!), exercise, count calories, apply bandaids, clean up puke…wait where was this going? Oh, Jenna writes romance because it is glamorous. Just ask the dog.

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Until next time bibliophiles,


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