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All He Wants (All or Nothing) Paperback – July 9, 2013
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"This sensational debut will spark interest among the most dedicated erotica fans. Gibbs doesn't beat around the bush, gets straight to the point and will leave readers gasping for breath." - RT Book Reviews
"Definitely gets the juices flowing that's for sure!! They are overwhelmed by their passion for one another, their mutual attractions is positively incendiary, they are both highly-sexed and just cannot keep their hands off one another." - Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews
About the Author
C.C. Gibbs is the pen name of a New York Times bestselling author. She lives in the Midwest, at times in Northern California, is married with three children and considers the life of a writer the best of all possible worlds. Bringing characters to life allows her imagination full rein, while the creative process offers fascinating glimpses into the machinery of the mind. And last but not least, researching anything, but particularly a book like ALL HE DESIRES--thank you Google--is great fun!
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Look forward to the sequel.
The thing is, I'm not sure it works, at least for me, in a lengthy, trilogy form. Her sex scenes, for example, are nothing but hot in normal novel length. But stretched to a longer length for a trilogy, I was unable to suspend disbelief. The same for me with the story itself. In her regular length novels, her characters work. If fact, they're really fun! But by stretching and lengthening the story, some of the characters' actions seem to be, well, out of character.
In summary, if you enjoy any Susan Johnson books, you will enjoy this one. It is definitely recognizable as hers. I will purchase books 2 and 3. But because of the reasons described above, I don't expect the 'All or Nothing' trilogy to be one of my favorite Susan Johnson books.
The story started out ok, I liked the concept and I liked the main character's spunk, but from pretty much the moment we met Dominic I knew this wasn't going to be a book I was ever going to fully get behind. I just didn't like anything about Dominic: I didn't like his office, I didn't like the girl who worked in his office, and I didn't like his attitude and personality once we finally met him. I don't remember if there was even a physical description of him included, but I'm guessing if there was I didn't like that either.
And then there was the writing. The book is written in what I think would be called third-person omniscient, which is fine, not my favorite POV by any stretch of the imagination, but I can make it work. But this writing was kind of overly formal and made me feel even farther away from characters I already didn't care for. If I had to pick a main reason I couldn't finish the book it would probably be the writing style.
The more I read the more I disliked the book. The main character, Kate, just became more and more annoying. She wanted to be with Dominic, she didn't want to be with Dominic; she wanted to accept his clothes, she didn't want to accept his clothes; she finds a video of him naked and whipping a roomful of women on some blog and she's just like whatever about it.
I also felt like there was zero chemistry between Kate and Dominic and I honestly don't think either of them is capable of having chemistry with anyone. They were both just so boring and completely one-dimensional.
So there's really nothing I like about this book. Except the cover. But sadly, as we all know, you can't judge a book by its cover.
<i>I received an electronic review copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley. I tried my best to finish, I'm sorry I couldn't, and all opinions here are obviously my own.</i>
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Katherine is 10 years younger than Dominic and it is interesting to follow their initial meeting and the intense...Read more