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DANIEL'S GIRL: ROMANCING AN OLDER MAN Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 788 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Publisher: Austin Brook Publishing; First edition (December 22, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 22, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F3J5QO8
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,081 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mallory Monroe is the bestselling author of numerous hits, including the President's Girlfriend/Dutch and Gina series, the Mob Boss series, the Gabrini Men series, and the Sinatras of Jericho County series. She has also worked as an executive editor for many years, is married, holds a Master's Degree, and credits God Almighty for ALL of her success. Visit mallorymonroebooks.com or austinbrookpublishing.com for updates and more information on all of her titles.

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First lets get to the crux of the issue, the beginning of the book was all too familiar to Romancing Mo Ryan. I have no proof but Cachitorie and Monroe appear to be the same author or have way too similar of a writing style. The similarities in style could be do to an editor as well.

Anyway, here's my take.

********SPOILER ALERT*********

Nikki is a young journalist and she meets Daniel. A powerful older guy two years removed from his divorce. They are attracted to each other; Nikki's wasn't as sudden as Daniels. Nikki is head strong and takes man chances as she fights for her cause. Daniel is conservative and laid back. He's calm. They eventually start dating after a chance encounter. He is protective of Nikki even when she makes a mistake.

Nikki becomes a Pulitzer Prize Winner, with two years in. Um...yeah that happens.

Anyway she is fired over her run in with the Mayor. She becomes the news instead of reporting it. Daniel has to grease some palms to help her get her job back. In the mean time Nikki has a new editor Luke, who must have her. He's obsessed with getting her and connives with Daniel's new employee, Melanie.

Melanie hates Daniel because he put her brother in jail, where he belonged. So she wants revenge when he dies in jail. She tries to get Daniel in bed. Although he does some inappropriate things with her, he doesn't fall for it. Luke tries to get Nikki in bed and it doesn't work, so Melanie plants drugs on Nikki. She does other things as well but Nikki and Daniel stand together and overcome her and Luke's evil to eventually get engaged.

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Well written for the most part, not many errors.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Glowski on September 11, 2013
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I knew there would be a problem when I saw this book was co-authored. People read Ms. Monroe for a reason. I even read the reviews before purchasing it ... good and bad. Still, I decided to give it a chance. It didn't take long to see what might be the problem. So, here's my opinion on what may have happened here ...

This is either a re-write or something Ms. Monroe wrote a long time ago, and Ms. Cachitorie decided to embellish it with Ms. Monroe's permission. There is a famous mystery writer who co-authors books with people who are not as well known. Sometimes these stories are so bad they appear to have been edited by the more famous-named author, but the lesser-known author did most of the writing. Publishers have been known to do this in order to help the lesser-known author get his/her name out there and read. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I don't know for sure if this is what has happened here, but I suspect it has.

Even the editing errors are unlike those you can expect from Ms. Monroe. Ms. Cachitorie may need some help, but this was not the way to get it. In her more latest works, Ms. Monroe would never leave the spaces in time left in this story. Four years with little fill-in? Come on! Why? She doesn't have to anymore. She has learned to fill in the spaces with a more interesting storyline that has better detail than what we see here. This attempt has been a real disappointment to read.

Ms. Cachitorie needs to keep trying until she finds her own style and value. Ms. Monroe needs to keep doing what she does best.

NEWS FLASH!!! Readers of romantic fiction are not airheads. We know what we like and why. My advice to the writers and publishers of this mess? Please don't insult us like this again.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 6, 2013
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Wow, I must say i loved the book and was actually very shocked after reading some of the reviews posted. Reading several negative review it actually made me hesitate before buying the book, which is crazy since i first fell in love with Mallory Monroe's writing after reading The Presidents Girlfriend, and loved it. What was shocking to me is that non of those aligations thrown around all to easily were true from reading this book, and no i was not paid for my review (I Wish) easy money for me since i do tend to review the books i read, but not at all true, and i can't say i know even one person that was ever paid to review a book. The funny thing is a lot of these false aligations aimed at Miss Monroe where also aimed at another author, almost word for work in mid September one has to wonder about that. No Daniels Girl isn't as good as The Presidents Girlfriend, or loving the Mob Boss, mainly because the female lead isn't nearly as mature as the the ladies in the books i mentioned earlier, and Daniel makes the mistake of letting things done to him by past loves affect his current relationship early on in the book which is just wrong in my opinion, anyway this was a good book, everything comes together in the end, and all i can say is i'm glad you got out their ahead of this to defend yourself and your work Miss Monroe.
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17 of 24 people found the following review helpful By tory's romance on September 11, 2013
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Alright, let me start off by saying I am bias in regards to this author. When I seen the rating for this book I was like how in the world do Ms. Monroe write a book the will get her two low rating within hours of the book being release. I have about five authors that I do not sample I just download when I see there is a new release Ms. Monroe is one of those authors. So I had to sample this time to see what the low rating is about. Let ms Start with Romancing Mo Ryan yes there are similar things:
1. Both heroine first name is Nikki
2. Both are journalist
3. Both have big Brown eyes that are almost too big for their face and small frame with curves and big boobs.
4. Both fall in love with older men who have been in not so happy marriages that is a judge or have been a judge
5. Both heroine are young and have very strong liberal views and both men are conservative
That what I notice I also notice that if you think about it Ms. Monroe has a pattern, she always use the older man and younger woman, her stories always tell the ups down of the relationship just look at the Girlfriend and Mom Boss Series I bet you will see similar in those books as well this is her style. She is always talking about the eyes in each one of her book. Big brown eyes is not that big of a deal because most black people have brown eyes. Even though there were similar things, this was not the same book as Mo Ryan. Believe me if I felt it was the same I would be getting a refund and I would have hated to do it but I would have also given her a low rate as well. Now with the Teresa McClain Watson book I have neve read so I look on amazon but it was not available to download on my kindle so I had to try see what was in the reviews.
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