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- Print Length: 607 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Clarendon 3 Publishing (July 18, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071JCL99Z
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #574,430 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Alex Jackson series – 4 Complete Romances: Would you take the chance if it meant forever? Kindle Edition
"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Wanting Mr Right: When Logan needs a fake fiancé, who better to call on than Daisy? Logan and Daisy have known each other since they were children and despite being the "go to person" when in need, they don't appear to have much respect for one another. At first I did not like either Logan or Daisy, as both characters seemed to be selfish and totally self-absorbed. There were times when I got so angry with Logan for his crass behaviour, but fortunately Daisy had the background and attitude to withstand his barbs. As the story developed I wondered whether they would ever be able to reach the point of falling in love, but with enough time together and unexpected events, they find themselves seeing each other in a new light. Fortunately they both came to their senses. The heat level is high on this book.
Together at Last is a sweet romance, if a little slow moving. Both Amielle and Ethan are battling with their insecurities, making them mistrust and misjudge one another. Brother Zac is a thorn in their flesh and he makes any attempt at a relationship almost impossible. However, once they pass the big brother barrier, as well as overcoming a few insecurities, they head for their happy ending. Amielle had been battered down by circumstances and was feeling a little sorry for herself when Ethan came back into their lives. Despite being goal orientated, Ethan finds that Amielle is a distraction he doesn't need in his life. Nevertheless, physical attraction takes over and before he knows it, he is heading down the path of no return, despite the conflict of interest they have regarding a property that they both want for business purposes. The heat level of this book is rather high and needs to come with an age restriction.
Forever Mine: There are sometimes disadvantages in knowing a person too well. Hannah has known Zac most of her life, has been in love with him for most of her life, and knows full well that he is not relationship material. Yet, her heart persists in yearning for him, and Hannah decides that the only way to get him out of her system is to leave town after his sister and her best friend get married. Zac unwittingly prevents her escape and their fragile relationship takes a new turn. I loved both these characters. Zac is a notorious womaniser but his heart is good and under the flashiness he is really a sweetheart and will do anything for family and close friends. Hannah has her hang-ups that have prevented her from getting into relationships, quite apart for her lingering crush on Zac. There was a wholesomeness to this book and the language flowed smoothly and easily, making this an enjoyable and undemanding read. I could lose myself in the romance and enjoy the building love story.
I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
This was a fun series that was focused on women decided that what they wanted was a loving relationship meant to last, and men who discovered they wanted the same thing. Each book focused on a different couple that were connected in some way (all having a connection to Alex Jackson). Each couple had different issues to overcome, but you wanted the best for all of them as they tried.
Kisses Under the Spotlight:
This was a cute read that made you hope for the best, especially for Violet, and be able to see and Alex Jackson concert. I have to say part of why it was so fun was the idea of having the opportunity to meet/interact with a celebrity crush and having it progress to an actual relationship. And who hasn't considered that, at least in the same way you tried to figure out if it could be possible to be a actual princess when you were young. What I appreciated about this story was that it wasn't overly romanticized, there were issues and concerns that needed to be dealt with, and they were.
Wanting Mr Right:
Having met Daisy in the previous installment, it was easy to want the best for her. This is even more true since she has made some life changes and is seeking for a meaningful relationship and commitment. I appreciated the strength that she showed in standing up for herself and her needs throughout the book, so some of her actions definitely lead to some funny escalation to their fake engagement.
Together at Last:
I enjoyed getting to see hoe Amielle and Ethan were able to change the dynamics of their relationship while being mindful of each other and potential emotional baggage. What was most impressive was how they handled both wanting to use the same house for different, but important reasons and how these to conflicting worthwhile plans were adapted over the course of the book.
This was a fun read, and it provided some closure since the potential couple was clearly identified in the previous installment. Though this is the last in the series thus far, you don't have to have read the others (by reading this you will know for sure who ends up together in previous books, but it doesn't give enough information to truly spoiler the them). I would say that my favorite part of this installment was how Zac and Hannah were determined to be honest with each other. Plus, how can you not like a long time crush coming to fruition?
Book 1 Kisses under the Spotlight
Fairy tales aren’t just for princesses
Alex Jackson jazz singing and dancing superstar meets physiotherapist Violet McKenzie when he hurts his ankle while on tour. Alex himself is broken and Violet has sworn off men. However, that is until those two meet and work together.
Do they stand any chance of a happily ever after or does that only happen in songs or stories?
Book 2 Wanting Mr. Right
Daisy Roberts was a supermodel and Logan Wentworth's career meant everything to him. They were friends with benefits. Logan needs a fiancée and Daisy is in a slow spot, good in bed together, is it all enough to convince his boss he is ready for that next big promotion.
Joanne Dannon has a wonderful flair for writing a sizzling love story in an exotic location. Daisy and Logan are an awesome couple.
Book 3 Together at Last
What can love really do? That is the question on the minds in the book by Joanne Dannon.
Amielle Warne had the perfect life. Ethan Cuthbert has returned home and is a scientist. There is a disagreement about a property they both want. Ethan and Amielle need to work things out in weeks before he goes back to America. Ethan is staying at the home of Amielle and her brother. Sparks do fly between them but Ethan knows Amielle’s brother would not approve. Will it work?
Book 4 Forever Mine
Joanne Dannon did it again! Wrote the perfect love story!
Hannah Greene had been fitting it at the Warne household, so Zac thought of her as a sister till he decided to take her with on a sports weekend where they would meet up with 2 of his male buddies.
Enjoy, I know I did.
Most recent customer reviews
Hmm... Was put off by both of the characters' personalities.Read more
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My late ARC review.
This is my first time read Joanne Dannon,,, and I think I'll probably read more from her,,,,, I really enjoyed...Read more