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Lexi, Baby (This Can't Be Happening Book 1) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 1793 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publication Date: December 22, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A8PYYS6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,985 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lynda LeeAnne is a wife, mother of two extremely handsome little boys, and step-mother to a very beautiful preteen. She works a full-time job in Corporate America and writes every spare second she's allowed, in-between breaking up fights between her kids. She was born and raised in different areas of Houston, Texas.

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83 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2012
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Wow, I've honestly never read so many positive reviews for something so terrible before. Usually I agree with the majority of reviewers, or at least some of them, so maybe it's just me being off the pulse here but this book is NOT good. I'm giving it two stars because the editing wasn't too terrible, the idea for the story was good, and the price was right. Nothing else about this book works.

Just a few of the multitude of issues (SPOILER ALERT):

There is absolutely NO character development. This book, in the end, spans 8 years. You would expect that, in that time, the reader would come to know more about the relationship between the hero and heroine than that they love each other and have strong sexual chemistry. WHY do they love each other? As far as I can tell, Lexi loves Lan because he's hot. No, seriously, that seems to be the only possible explanation because he is a HUGE jerk. And why does Lan love Lexi? She keeps his child from him for SIX YEARS and it takes him two days to forgive her and try to get her back? And it's not just the love story that is lacking. The supporting characters are underdeveloped, as well. Ryan basically abuses Lexi from the very beginning, but we never really understand his motivation, and the whole thing just lacks suspense altogether. Trish is naive and stupid. I'm pretty sure we're meant to think she's quirky, but it just doesn't work. The sad part is, these characters have real potential. Lan spends years in the Marines that we NEVER hear about. He owns a bar they only ever seem to have sex in his office in. Trish is in vet school and dating the brother of the girl Lan cheated on Lexi with. Adam is Lan's half-brother from another mother. Lexi is in an abusive relationship. And we don't get any exploration of ANY of that.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By lilradrad on March 24, 2014
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2.5 Stars

Overall, this book was okay. The writing was okay and both protagonists were a annoying and selfish at times but they were not totally unlikable if you look at them from a bigger perspective. My main issue is I just couldn't get over Lan's cheating.

I understand why a situation like this happened with these characters; they were in high school...confused, scared and about to graduate. We can even blame it on the alcohol because sure, Lan was drunk out of his mind at that time...but the fact that he had sex with another girl in some toilet where everybody can hear what was going on plus also knowing that his girlfriend was in the same party? Even if she was lucky (or unlucky...I'm not really sure) enough not to hear the whole deed happening from the outside, is he that stupid to think that this won't get to her eventually? I mean, he's drunk but he wasn't that drunk.

It was hard to get over their initial break up because I think the right decision has been made. I like jealous and possessive heroes but coming from Lan it was just a big pile of bull for me. Then again, Lexi's taste in men still turned out to be absolute crap and she did some stupid and selfish things out of spite herself so maybe they do deserve each other.

I finished this book because I wanted to find out if there was any way to redeem a character after being caught cheating red-handedly. Shockingly, Lan telling Lexi "I didn't even come" doesn't save him in my eyes. Yes, I was being sarcastic.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Blackmagic on December 5, 2013
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The fact that Landyn cheated on Lexi was bad enough..but this book suppose to be a reconciliation and reunion of both of them.....But all i got is descriptive sex scenes of lexi with that other guy she was with and reading how "fantastic her sex life was with him" What a turn off!!! i want to read about Lexi and Landyn not OTHER GUY!

I am not interested in heroine and OM having sex and life together...this is not what i want to read about and i am very disappointed at that.....my mind is full of images of Lexi with the OM having sex and it disgust me...

Another turn off...WHY SHE KEPT THE BABY FROM LANDYN?... I understand she was hurt..but it had nothing to do with her daughter not knowing her own father was very selfish....she should put her pride aside and let her daughter claim her rights to know her own father and not building a life with someone else...depriving her own daughter her rightful relationship with her own father!

her reason for keeping her pregnancy a secret was very egoistical and unacceptable in my book! What Landyn did was very bad but he did not deserved to keeping his own child from him

This book is too selfish for me to enjoy it!...And now I will do whats best for me.....

I will find myself another book with normal selfless people in it
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By LAM on June 3, 2013
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This story felt rushed and vague, and I honestly couldn't stand Lexi. I hated the choices she made and I just could not connect with her or Landyn. There were a lot of things that happened that were not believable to me. I don't know...I can't say I enjoyed this much, and I probably won't be reading any sequels.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mallory on January 25, 2014
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I don't think I read the same book as everyone else. I could barely finish this... The writing, the "drama", just everything was horrible to me. Plus, the hero was a douche and the heroine was annoying. All in all, didn't work for me.
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