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Anything He Wants Paperback – November 27, 2012
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"Skillfully handled―the erotic moments are charged with passion and desire and the romantic threads are emotionally rich and complex." - Publishers Weekly
About the Author
SARA FAWKES is the USA Today bestselling author of Anything He Wants, which was originally self-published as an e-serial novel and sold hundreds of thousands of copies. She lives in California, where she writes full time.
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Exceedingly better than E. L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey Series", and just as intriguing as, Sylvia Day's "Crossfire Series."
Where "Fifty Shades of Grey," scenes were at times VERY lengthy, and a chapter or two could've been omitted. This undeniably fantastic story had me gasping constantly with the MANY shocking revelations regarding the Hamilton Empire, its subordinates, and TONS amount of espionage occurring simultaneously. Confusing the reading and of course the main characters (Lucy & Jeremiah), on who can be TRUSTED!
This novel did NOT cease with the astronomical action-packed adventure, mystery/suspense, and unadulterated escapades. Literally there wasn't EVER a dull moment!
WELL DONE MS. FAWKES, IF I COULD GIVE YOU 15 STARS I UNDOUBTEDLY WOULD!!
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Warning: Don't read any further if not wanting ****SPOILERS****
As I see it, Jeremiah and Lucy are meant and destined for one another-- that is once Jeremiah is able to break free of whatever is keeping him from feeling worthy of Lucy and admitting to his true feelings for her. It's clear he falls in love with her in the way he behaves as the story progresses, even in certain things he says to her at times, and in the way Lucy often catches him watching or staring at her. Hopefully Jeremiah saying so finally happens in the next book. In my opinion it really should of happened by the end of this one- especially knowing that this book is a compilation of 5 parts/installments already! No need to drag out the "I love yous" from both parties quite so much. However, the author does a very good job of making the connection between them feel strong and intoxicating. And on a side note- I'm liking that Lucas isn't quite the bad person/brother he at first seems to be.
Now in regards to the next installment of this story, which probably at this point should finally be the conclusion to Jeremiah's and Lucy's love story (I really hope it is!)- I sure hope the author doesn't mess it up by way of Lucas. In that I mean I sure hope Lucas and Lucy don't develop romantic feelings for one another, let alone act on them in the next book, since they've gone off together at the end of this book. That would COMPLETELY RUIN this story for me. Completely.
As an example- take the Crossfire novels. I've read them and will read the final/3rd installment once it comes out because I'm emotionally invested in Gideon's and Eva's story, thanks to some excellent writing on Sylvia Day's part. However, at the same time, I hate that Eva- who claims to be head over heels in love with Gideon and "can't live without him", still feels something for an old boyfriend who's trying to win her back in part 2. No, she doesn't love him (it's more just a lingering physical attraction for her), she clearly only loves Gideon, but still. I hate it when one of the leads has feelings or any kind of attraction, however small, for someone else. It annoys me to no end. I don't like "love-triangles." Listen, I don't care if there's a 3rd person thrown into the story for dramatic effect to try and break the couple up, or even if that 3rd person has feelings for one of the leads. That's fine. What I can't stand is if that lead character feels something back. That's not okay in my book. Even if it's only "butterflies" in her stomach- like Lucy seems to feel any time Lucas grabs hold of her and/or whispers in her ear. Every time she got butterflies, that bugged the crap out of me. By the end of this book it is very clear that Lucy loves Jeremiah. It was pretty clear by the middle of this book, so I really don't get why the author has her feeling attracted to Lucas, even if only minimally. Fine that Lucy finds him a handsome, attractive man. Nothing wrong with that- but to the point she feels butterflies in her stomach and gets mad at herself/her "traitorous body" when he come around?! It's stuff like that that messes with what could be a really powerful, all consuming love story. That's why the Crossfire novels, as very good as they are, won't be as great as they could've been. See... Jeremiah might be emotionally closed off right now, but there is NO ONE ELSE. He has eyes for no one else. Feels butterflies or anything for no one else. Only for Lucy, that much is clear, regardless of the fact that he can't admit it (yet). The same should go for Lucy in regards to Jeremiah. Those butterflies she felt for Lucas in this book should definitely be gone in the next one, especially since it's been made absolutely clear by the author that Lucy loves/is in love with Jeremiah. So I really hope Ms. Fawkes doesn't screw up what could be a really great love story between Jeremiah and Lucy. Lucas should get his own story next and his own love. And Lucy shouldn't feel anything for Lucas other than friendship or a brotherly type of affection towards him. If she feels anything more than that in the next book, then she doesn't deserve Jeremiah and this- what so far is a pretty great love story- will turn out to be a total dud.
Keeping my fingers crossed and looking very forward to the next book. But please let it be the last, Ms. Fawkes! It's ridiculous how many books are trilogies or a series now. Along with this one, I have 5 other books that I'm waiting for the next part to. Rather frustrating. Oh to remember the good old days of one book with a beginning, a middle, and an end. (((sigh)))