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Eye Candy (City Chicks Book 1) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

Tera Lynn Childs is the RITA-award-winning author of the mythology-based Oh. My. Gods. and Goddess Boot Camp, the mermaid tales Forgive My Fins, Fins Are Forever and Just For Fins, and a kick-butt trilogy about monster-hunting descendants of Medusa that includes Sweet Venom, Sweet Shadows, and Sweet Legacy. She has published two e-novellas, Goddess In Time and Pretty In Pearls, and self-published her City Chicks sweet chick lit series. Tera lives nowhere in particular and spends her time writing wherever she can find a comfy chair and a steady stream of caffeinated beverages.

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  • File Size: 1529 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tera Lynn Childs; 2 edition (June 2, 2014)
  • Publication Date: June 2, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KQM9OU4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #313,005 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tera Lynn Childs is the award-winning young adult author of the mythology-based Oh. My. Gods., Goddess Boot Camp, and Goddess in Time, the mermaid tales Forgive My Fins, Fins Are Forever, Just For Fins, and Pretty in Pearls, and a trilogy about monster-hunting descendants of Medusa that includes Sweet Venom, Sweet Shadows, and Sweet Legacy. She also writes the fun, chick lit romance City Chicks series (Eye Candy, Straight Stalk, and Trying Texas). Tera lives nowhere in particular and spends her time writing wherever she can find a comfy chair and a steady stream of caffeinated beverages.

To learn more about TLC, visit teralynnchilds.com or follower her on Twitter (@teralynnchilds), like her on Facebook (facebook.com/teralynnchilds), or read her blog (teralynnchilds.com/blog).

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Margay Leah Justice on May 21, 2012
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There were a few things about this book that made it a frustrating read for me. Some were with the writing itself (tense shifts mid-sentence, misuse of words), others with the actual story, all of them kept taking me out of the story and reminded me that I was reading. I love the stories that whisk me along at such a pace and involve me in such a way with what is happening that I forget I am reading and feel more like I am in the story. Unfortunately, this story didn't do that for me.

Let's start with the candy obsession. I know it was meant to play a factor in the story, I got that from the title, but I couldn't help but feel that it was a little overdone. After a few pages of reading about what kind of candy the heroine eats - at all times - I was on the verge of giving up on this book. And when the heroine started using candy terms for cursing, I thought the candy thing was going too far and almost stopped reading this book. Truly, the only thing that kept me reading was Phelps. He is the best thing about this book, the most interesting character in the book, and I wanted to read more about him. Unfortunately, I think he didn't really get the attention he deserved and I think he was kind of shafted further on in the story when Lydia renewed a relationship with her ex-fiance. After deciding she didn't really love him any more (another issue I had with this book). I felt that Phelps deserved so much better than what he received.

Not that Lydia is a bad person because she's not. She's just a confused person who comes off more like a teenage girl than a thirty-three year old woman (I had to keep reminding myself that she was, in fact an adult).
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By dancemom on May 29, 2012
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I completely understand why this book is free. It starts out slow and then finally starts to pick up. The story isn't quite believable and at times a bit far fetched. Her candy obsession is a little uncomfortable at times. When the book finally starts to get good (at the end) she has a non ending / choose your own. I'm a grown woman if I wanted to pick my own endings on books I'd read grade school books. This book was a disappointment and it is getting deleted off of my kindle. Books like this we should be paid for reading.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By 1110cg on February 20, 2011
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As usual Tera started the story in such a way you were reeled in after two sentences This book hooked my by the start. It was catchy and relatable on many levels. Sadly the ending was a choose your own and I wish there would have been a confirmation to the story after you spent all the time reading it. I would highly recommend Tera's other books and this one too, minus the end.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 14, 2012
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I have to agree with a lot of these reviews, the candy aspect was a little over done. The first few pages really inundate you with the candy concept, so much so that I almost stopped reading. I kept reading because I enjoyed the author's snappy writing and I really liked the Lydia, the main character. Actually all the characters were really lovable. When I realized I was reaching the end of the book there was still so much story that hadn't been wrapped up for me that I was ready to download the sequel to get my closure. I still have lingering questions about exactly what happened with Janice and the KY girls and why, what happened to her parents sailing expedition? Did they lose the house? And of course there was Phelps I really liked that guy and I was still waiting to get to know him. The sucker punch came when I had to choose my own ending, never getting to know my favorite character. Grrrr! I read both endings still hoping I could get some closure to the missing pieces of the story. I didn't. And I wasn't sure why the endings were written in third person when the whole book was a first-person story. It felt to me the author was rushed to get this story out, and missed some major finishing touches. I would highly recommend the first 90%, but the last left me wanting more and not in a good way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dreams on October 5, 2014
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Lydia doesn't like the fake girls she works with, and when one mentioned her ex-fiancé is on the cover of a major magazine, her mouth gets her in trouble. With a chance at a possible advancement at risk, there is no way she can show up to the gathering without the fictional boyfriend she created. But luckily for her, her friends are there to help. Now her model turned boyfriend for hire and her are about to find out just how fake a relationship they're out to make.

"Sweetheart, everyone's life is messed up. Most just don't realize it."

I'm already a fan of this author's work, so when there was a chance to read a copy of the first book in her City Chicks series, I had to take it. I flew through the book, and loved every page of it. This book was a chick-lit story with a sugary twist.

This book was well written and entertaining. It had tons of humor, a cute budding romance rivaling an already established connection, and a whole lot of fun. If you are looking for a cute, romance story then try this one.

I liked Lydia. She was insanely addicted to candy, yet somehow endearing with her cheese candy phrases. From the beginning I was curious about her relationship with the ex. I wanted to know why it was called off, and how that was going to affect the obvious attraction she held for Phelps. I'm not normally a fan of male models, but I loved him. He was spontaneous and fun, and yet trustworthy and loving.

"I hoped this was just the effects of jetlag. I wouldn't know what to do with myself if I suddenly found respect for everyone I worked with."

Maybe I was already swayed in Phelps' direction, but I really didn't like the ex. It kind of felt like he was hiding something, and not what she thought he was.
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