- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Virgin Books (October 1, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0352341459
- ISBN-13: 978-0352341457
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,726,487 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Along for the Ride: An Erotic Romance Paperback – April 22, 2010
"Light and hot, this erotic romance might be just what one is looking for, a fast read on a cold winter evening." --Joyce, Publishers Weekly, Jan 2008
"5 Blue Ribbons! Ms. Pillow's writing is sophisticated and sexy, making ALONG FOR THE RIDE a must read." --Lacey, Romance Junkies, Sept 2007
"The second Matthews Sisters tale is a wonderful contemporary romance in which the lead male cannot do anything right when it comes to his beloved."
--Genre Go Round Reviews
"5 Hearts! Masterstroke!" --The Romance Studio, November 2007
“It is all things sexy and passionate, with humor laced throughout, and topped off with an ultimately emotional connection.” —Leigh Rowling, Romantic Times
“5 STARS! The stories by Michelle Pillow are always inventive and unique, and the characters are consistently memorable with their passionate and caring personalities...Ms. Pillow will transfix readers with her exceptional storytelling talents...the characters will fill your dreams and touch your heart.” —Amelia Richard, EcataRomance Reviews 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
Ryan is a really great guy in Along For The Ride. He's handsome, sexy, charming, and amazing in bed. Megan is independent, strong and fun but she's a brat. She blows Ryan off constantly even right after they make love. She doesn't have a good reason for it either. If Ryan had done what Megan did, readers would hate him for it. Ryan is often left wondering about his mysterious woman. Let me tell you something, Ryan, Megan is not mysterious. She's a brat! I love Ryan, I love Megan's family and I really like the story, but I don't like the way Megan treats Ryan through most of the book.
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'Finally! I can't believe we're here.' Sasha groaned, throwing her purse down on the lodge-house floor. After the seven-and-a-half hour flight, they'd been forced to drive another hour and a half in a rented SUV to get to the lodge Beatrice had booked.
Okay, who forced them? There was an evil genie with hand gun? It's not like as SUV is not a luxury vehicle, having to ride in a Volkswagen bug, one of the old ones without shocks, that's forced.
Also, one printed page earlier, the author describes two airline flights with a fast food restaurant" break for lunch in between. So they are, by the author's description above, more than 7-1/2 hours from Montana, since there are 2 flights and she refers to the last one as a "seven-and-a-half hour flight." No place in the US is that far from Montana by plane. Maybe she meant they had spent a total of 7-1/2 hours flying? Why doesn't she say that? "seven-and-a-half hour flight" refers to ONE flight, not two. She needs a proof reader or to retake the English course I took in my sophomore year of high school.
Then in the middle of page 71, she refers to "old black and white miner photographs." Does she mean the miners are both black and white people, or that the photographs are black and white? Technically, the words indicate the former--that the people in the photos are both black and white people since adjectives describe the noun that follows them. I think she probably meant black and white photos of miners, but that not what she says.
Okay, I give up, 3 errors and I'm only about half way down the page. That does it. I'm going to read a book by Emma Holly or Angela Knight. Their sex scenes are hotter and their grammer doesn't distract from the story line. I see that Ms. Pillow has a number of books published. I may have to see if the library has any just so I can satisfy my morbid curiosity! Is her grammar always this bad?