- File Size: 510 KB
- Print Length: 45 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (April 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 1, 2014
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C2RT7QC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #621,651 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Shel: I know what you're thinking. You're thinking you can't do a novella series..you don't like the waiting...they are just getting going and POOF! it's over for that installment...the characters aren't as developed...and so on and so on. Court: I've so thought that before, but keep reading!
Shel: I think Megan Hart just may be the writer to convince you that a novella series will work for you. First of all, by the time you read this review all of the series will be released. Court: They are ALL out! And so fracking good. Shel: Second of all, the series is completely filling. The characters are not short changed, neither is the plot or the steam. Of course, when a writer is budgeting his or her words, the details may be fewer and the pace, faster..but I didn't mind it one bit. I found this series to be paced nicely and the writing very clean--not bogged down on anything unnecessary. Court: I had deeply strong feelings for Simone and while my feelings for Elliott tended to be toward the (edit) off side of things, he was a very multi-dimensional character as well. My constant thoughts of Simone were that she is fierce, and strong...yet submissive. That was quite a feat for me to see pulled off so I was very excited to see what sort of journey Simone would take through each novella I read.
Shel: The story is interesting. There's the instant intrigue of Simone and her voyeurism. There's the simple and not so simple Elliot. There's the complication of their sex life and what is deemed right/good/acceptable. There are hurt feelings and confused feelings and honest feelings. I loved how in so few words, Megan Hart gives us a very raw story of the pleasure and pain of engaging in their relationship. Elliot is so infuriating and Simone is so strong and vulnerable and good. I loved Simone...more women could stand to be as honest as she was in this series; and, I love how she refuses to apologize for who she is and what she likes. And, Elliot finds a way to be less of an (edit) by the end too...as he learns how to accept his truth and tell it to Simone (and more importantly, to himself). Court: OMG Elliott...he killed me...but really, just like Simone he was brutally honest too. He was so straight laced and rigid in some things...but still was an incredibly hot lover in others. He had so much hate and anger for things that had happened in his life, that he went through a great part of it alone. I didn't want him to be alone but on the other side I needed him to hardcore get his head out of his butt, pronto!
Shel: Anyway, I could ramble on for a while about why I enjoyed this series..instead, you should buy it and let us know what you think. Court: Please do. We can ramble on about this forever, and really want to!
Shelley: 4 1/2 Stars
Courtney: 5 Stars
Simone is full of self-confidence with a side of naughty. While at work she has enjoyed her voyeuristic side watching the attractive male below bring back many woman to have his way with in his office. Having a penchant for masochism, she’s learned to ask for exactly what she wants and if the chemistry doesn’t complement to move on quickly. She continues her brazenness by virtually inviting herself to a party with the male one evening.
Elliott is a strange one. He’s a little bit OCD, a little bit germaphobe, and quite a bit neurotic. Coming from an abusive and neglected childhood, he has worked hard to overcome the obstacles placed upon him. He focuses on taking care of Molly and not becoming like his father. He has spent much of his free time with a parade of model type blondes but no one that he ever wants to be around more than a couple of dates.
This wasn’t my favorite series. It felt like there was more angst with a trivial amount of satisfaction. I didn’t get find much enjoyment in the flat characters or the dysfunctional connection they share. Elliott is constantly pushing Simone away and then running back to her; talk about mixed signals. In a lot of ways, I think this was the biggest turn off. Because there was so much rebuffing, it made me wonder where the plot was going. There were moments I enjoyed the rapport between Simone and Elliott but there were even more where I was left shaking my head. After the pages has settled or more aptly the kindle recharged, I think perhaps I didn’t get what was the author was trying to convey.
Rating: 2.5 stars
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