Book Review: Poles Apart by Kirsty Moseley


Poles Apart
Author: Kirsty Moseley
Reading Level: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Released: November 18th 2014
Review Source: Author

He’s pole position…

Carson Matthews, the hottest driver ever to hit the MotoGP circuit, is living the carefree, celebrity lifestyle. With little to worry about, other than keeping himself top of the leader board, his favourite weekend pastime is visiting a certain blonde at Angels Gentlemen’s Club.

She’s a pole dancer…

Emma Bancroft, a part-time lap dancer, is just trying to make ends meet. Her responsibilities weigh heavily on her, as does the secret she’s kept from everyone for the last two and a half years.

The two of them are poles apart.


As always, I found Kirsty Moseley’s book to be enjoyable.

Emma is a part-time lap dancer. Well, waitress mostly, but when someone in her section wants a dance, she’s the gal, and she’s even been on stage a couple of times as a fill-in showgirl. She met Carson at the club three years ago, on his eighteenth birthday, and their journey shot from there. He annually visited the club, each time making sure Em was his go to girl. He never admitted it, but his feelings for Em stretch deeper than a cheap dance.

I read the book in one sitting. It was enjoyable and for me, there was a lot of anticipation of how things were going to turn out. It’s clear from the beginning that both characters have great chemistry, they were good together.

Now, here’s the but....

The reason I couldn’t rate it any higher was because it was quite predictable in places, I knew exactly what was going to happen way before it happened, and there was some lack in character likeability. Where one would expect some action/drama mid-story, it just didn’t happen here. The novel stayed on one level the whole way through.




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