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Something About Polly Paperback – September 29, 2009

4.1 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
Book 2 of 2 in the Bedlingham Series

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 258 pages
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave (September 29, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 141995959X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419959592
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,916,911 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I read the first book in the series, and now this one, and must say, while I thought they were good, the repetition of key elements was disappointing. I doubt that 2 brothers share the exact same taste in sex toys, shaved women, etc., so a few new and interesting ideas might have helped with these scenes. I think the author might have coasted a bit with this one, but still I thought book 1 was a good read and it rounds out the series.
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3.75 stars

This was a pretty good story. I read the first book in the series and found it very enjoyable. To be honest, The main reason I read this book is because Adrain was such a jerk in the first book I had to see if Barbara could make him a lovable hero. Surprisingly she did and I actually found myself liking him once I got in to this book.

Polly is a good woman, I liked her a lot. She's a real sweety that deserves a better life than the one she's been stuck in. She works in accounting to make ends meet but at hear she's an artist (but it doesn't pay the bills). She wasn't expecting anything to happen between her and Adrian but when they mistakenly buy each other's envelopes in a charity auction they're thrown together and an attraction shows.

Adrian starts out the book still being a jerk. He's trying to get in good with another woman when he accidentally buys Polly's envelope at the auction. He ends up finding himself attracted to Polly and they proceed to get involved but at first it's just sex. Adrian does get more lovable as he grows in his feelings for Polly and starts being a better guy. One good influence she has on him is that she pushes him not to use him position to his advantage and not to look down on people just because they don't have his position. Since he tends to use his position and to look down on people quite a bit, his relationship with Polly is very good for him (personality wise).

I enjoyed seeing Polly and Adrian getting together. He could be a jerk but she did pretty good at calling him on that crap. Unfortunately there is a time or two where Polly jumps to conclusions and causes some issues between them as well. They both have issues to work past and their relationship is rocky but by the end I was happy they got together.

This was a pretty good book. I enjoyed both books in the series and liked the way they worked out. I'd recommend this story.
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Good book and Barbara is a wonderful writer. I keep comparing all her other books to Beautiful Stranger which I feel in love with. This one was a good read but lacked the umph I needed...will buy again!
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By E. Anderson on August 2, 2013
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Guess I was hoping for more out of this writer. I cannot believe this story ended with no mention of who her father was/was not. Just rush to the finish on this one leaving lots that needed to be addressed.......
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Format: Paperback
I loved this book so much! In fact I loved it so much when I was done reading it, I turned right around and read it again! This is the follow up story to Perfect Timing. In this book Adrian finds love. He was a tough character to like in Perfect Timing, but I knew I had to give him a chance. Polly is someone who has spent her life trying to get away from her wealthy and affluent family. Adrian is British royalty and doesn't mind the things that come to him by way of his family's social standing. When we first meet Adrian and Polly he is lusting after Polly's bestfriend Tara, who is in return lusting after Adrian's friend Jonno. Adrian and Polly meet at a charity auction, where Adrian being the pompous jerk that he can be, lists a service of Wild Sex in the hopes it is Tara who wins his offering. Instead it is Polly who wins. Jake tries to help out by saying the winnings are 3 wishes to save her some embarassment. But for some reason Adrian is incensed to tell Polly he's offering Wild Sex. Surprising both of them I'm sure is Polly agreeing to what Adrian is offering. And then the game begins. Wild Sex is what Adrian promises and believe me he makes good on that promise. But something so much more begins to happen to the two of them. Adrian finds he can not be without Polly, it's more to him that Wild Sex. Polly has trust issues and Adrian seems to press them every chance he gets. At times you are afraid the outcome will not be what you want or what you need. Woven in this tale of erotic love is deep soul searching. Both Polly and Adrian learn something about themselves with the help of each other, and they learn they cannot be complete without each other. Barbara Elsborg does such a great job with the characters in her books. They seem to stand out from the pages and change and grow right in front of you. Believe me when I say you will not be disappointed in this book!
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