Millionaire video-game creator Lincoln West has a dark and tragic past. The sought-after bachelor lives by a rigid schedule and a single rule - one relationship per year, lasting no more than two months. No exceptions. When he gave up the big city for a small town, he hoped to escape the worst of his memories - until a brash beauty dredges up long-buried emotions.
A reformed party girl, Jessie Kay Dillon is determined to walk the straight and narrow. But her love-hate sizzle with West is just too irresistible. They can't be near each other without tearing off their clothes, but the last thing she needs is to be his next two-month dump. Will she become the one exception? Because as any former girl gone wild knows: Rules are made to be broken.
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By Coooper on 29-11-15
SENSUOUS, ANTICIPATORY, &, MY FAVORITE..HUMOROUS
Of the three books in this series, this being the third and West & Jessie Kay's story, this was my favorite. The two previous books (Jace & Beck's stories) were great and I loved listening to both equally. This one, however, made me sit on the edge of my seat to hear what was going to happen next, sigh when the closeness and softness came between West & Jessie Kay, her big heart and, best of all, it made me outright belly laugh at the "devil may care" attitude Jessie K had, the phrases she used, the things she said that embarrassed her sister, Brooklynn and her outlook on life. Even though she was damaged from her childhood experiences and self-recriminations, she was a tough cookie.
I really enjoyed all of Gena Showalter's books that I have listened to but this series and this book in particular were my all time favorite. After all, she writes about alpha men and strong women, plenty of descriptive but tasteful sex & lovemaking, throwing in suspense and drama; hey, it ticked all my boxes and if you are a suspenseful romance nut with HEA endings like me, who could ask for much more?
Savannah Richards is one of my all time favorite female narrators as well and the pairing of a great author and great narrator are of utmost importance to me. A bad narrator can ruin, as far as I am concerned, an excellent book and even though I'd want to listen to a favorite author, again, if the narrator is bad I won't purchase, use a credit for it but if it inadvertently
happens, I'll return the book.
Oh, and I would have given this book 5 stars, but it's just not like me to do so as I have only given 2 books that honor, however, this one does deserve 4.8.
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By Luz negron on 18-08-18
I hate Spiders too!
As always Savannah knows how to these books well. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book the first time and listening to it was even more fun. Plus when I had to ugly cry I didn't have to pause to do so lol.