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This book is amazing so funny enjoy it worth a read can't wait for the next book x
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Great topic and story, loved the dynamic between these two. For me the best book of the series followed by fling.
Downright dirty in parts and laugh out loud funny.
And this book was actually oh so right on so many levels.. especially when the flirty, fun and fairly angst free storyline describes a scene where the 21 yr old virginal College student/barista mortifyingly meets her suit-wearing coffee shop crush/fantasy man when she comes face to face with her Gynaecologist who turns out to be all kinds of Dr. McDreamy. And, before too long, there are steamy scenes where the droolworthy dirty talking Doctor is masterfully showing her what he likes in the bedroom.. the kitchen.. his office.. well anywhere that he can get his very talented hands on her.
A thoroughly enjoyable and totally entertaining story that was h.o.t. HOT between an alpha 35 yr old doctor who is wealthy, successful charismatic, possessive and dominant and a naive, insecure, smart, easy-going virgin who gets swept up in all things McHottie.. and I don't blame her one bit. There were well described scenes, good secondary characters, a b'tch of an ex who stirs up some trouble and only climaxes of the pleasurable kind are found here in this very rewarding listen that was told from the heroine's POV. Erin Mallon's narration was perfect in bringing this easy-going easy-flowing lighthearted listen to life.
Worth a credit? Yes and, as I smirked, blushed, snorted, swooned and sniggered my way through this far too short listen, I knew that I'd soon be purchasing the rest of Jana Aston's books.
55 of 62 people found this review helpful
This book is basically fifty shades of grey with less extreme characters and slightly better writing (the writing is more or less believable and the reader is fine). The girl isn't *quite* so innocent, the guy isn't *quite* so fucked up... but it's still a borderline abusive, totally misogynistic story with a female character who either openly does things she doesn't want to for a guy or let's him convince her that she does by inundating her with requests. It wasn't worth the $2.95 because I wasted 3 hours before I realized I hate books that glorify these types of relationships.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful