- File Size: 659 KB
- Print Length: 229 pages
- Publisher: Never Did Point North Publishing (April 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JUENUYU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #417,837 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What to say about this HEA? First, I loved Ember and May, as well as Jessa, Ember's daughter. I was afraid Jack Cole, aka Brady, would be a rehash of the hero from "The Unknown Redhead", but my fears were for naught. Jack/Brady is a much more interesting, human character, although I wish he'd been fleshed out a little more. No pun intended.
This book was realistic about disfunction between a jerk of an ex-husband and his former wife, the irresponsibility of some parents, and the selfishness sometimes involved.
Ember and May are strong women, and their relationship is supportive, loving, funny, and most of all realistic. Every woman needs a sister like May!
For readers put off by heavy duty sex scenes, "I Call Him Brady" is not that kind of book. No graphic sex scenes in my opinion. Others turned off by the use of F bombs will have some problems with the language, although it's sprinkled through and not used liberally.
I look forward to reading more of K.S. Thomas' books in the future.
I liked 27 y/o Embers Fillios...she's fun and quirky with her long jet black and purple hair and grey eyes. But that's extent of her physical description. I wanted to know how tall she was...if she was petite, curvy, slim or what? Other than her mama boob description, we get nothing. We're never told WHERE the story takes place...I mean if I wasn't paying close attention, I'd have missed the "Sunshine State" clue. But WHERE in the Sunshine State does Embers live? And how old is Jack? I know he's got a lot of tats...but...how tall is he? Is he muscular or trim/thin? I never connected to these characters because there was so much missing. No descriptive deets. What was worse was how each chapter began. This story is told in dual POV's...and when a chapter ended and a new chapter began, I never knew WHO was speaking because Ms. Author leaves it a guessing game. So I'm reading along thinking Ember is speaking since the last chapter I just read ended with her. Ya just don't know until you're well into the new chapter and then ya realize...waaaaaait a minute...it's Jack/Brady speaking now. Ok, so now I gotta start the chapter over and re-read it with a guys voice in my head to get the proper feel. I hated that. This story was predictably sweet in a PG-PG-13 sort of way. If not for the adult language, it would've been a solid G or PG rating. I gave it 3★'s for the very good writing and story line.
It's chock full of insta-love, which can be grating to some (and yes, it did annoy me ever so slightly) but the rest of the book made up for it. I loved the snarky humor between Embers and May. Not to mention little 5 year old Jessa.
"But no one could trump Jessa, who waited for the moment the manager came by to see if we had enjoyed our meal, and then stared him square in the eye to calmly say: "In case you were wondering. This is my mommy and this is my daddy and this is my other mommy because my mom can't make her mind, just like Lindsay Lohan. "
I almost choked to death on my nectar of the gods otherwise known as Dr. Pepper.
Overall, this book is just what you would want when you are looking for a fluffy and hilarious beach type read. It's quick (as in I finished it in a few hours), cute and incredibly funny.
The story is basically about a woman who meets her favorite celebrity and basically treats him like someone she has known forever. they begin a relationship along with all the other characters in the story. I really enjoyed the story because it makes you look at the reality that these famous people are just people. It was just so well done and the characters seemed to come to life for me.
Now even though this a story about an actor/model there is no sex in the story. If you are hoping to have an erotica story you will be disappointed. The story really does not need this though. It was just so well done nothing seemed to be missing from it. I can recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun and I mean fun romance. This is your book.
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