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Fantasized By You (Love in the City Book 2) by [Nuss, Steph]
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About the Author

Steph Nuss was born and raised in rural Kansas, where she currently resides with her black Labrador son named Gunner. She grew up with a passion for reading and writing. When she’s not immersed into the land of fiction, she enjoys listening to music that came before her time, watching movies and reruns of her favorite shows, and hanging out with her family and friends. She also has a bachelor’s degree in psychology that she’ll never use…unless she’s profiling her characters of course.

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  • File Size: 679 KB
  • Print Length: 341 pages
  • Publisher: Steph Nuss (November 5, 2014)
  • Publication Date: November 5, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00PB0A9NM
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,422 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ok I think I am done with this author. I kind of thought that her content would get a little better with each book I read and the only thing I can say at this point is that she is very repetitive. Lots of 'ohmigod' lots of 'I love you' to the point of ad nauseum. The dialogue suffered more in this one that the first but the thing that she hasn't learned is to do her research. Lawyers don't build criminal cases, Prosecutors do (who yes of course are lawyers). Lawyers defend criminals. If you read the book you will understand what I am trying to say. There were other things wrong with this but if I went into detail it would give away too much. Really wanted to read Baylor's story but I just don't think I can take anymore of this sickly sweet romance. The sex scenes are well written if, again, repetitive in dialogue.
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I loved the second book in the Love in the City series much more than the first. Harper is a famous fashion designer that has battled against bulimia and won. Maverick owns a gym and has lost one of his best friends to a eating disorder.

When they meet through mutual friends from book one in the Love in the City series Elly and Carter sparks fly.

The attraction is instant and so adorable. This is a story about two people meeting and things falling into place when they are supposed to. The sex is hot and it's nothing similar to 50 Shades. Maverick is a man most women would swoon over. The communication between Harper and Maverick is adult and not at all unrealistic to real life.

This second book was much more developed and far more complex than the first in the series and after finishing reading it I immediately downloaded the third book in the series.

I'm loving this series with each book more and more.

I paid full price for this Kindle download and I am providing this review for informational purposes only.
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This is the second book in the Love in the City series. The story focuses around Carter's older sister Harper, and Elly's childhood friend Mav. Harper is a very successful and famous fashion designer, Jen Harper, while Mav owns and operates a popular fitness center called Jones Jym.

The story starts as a flashback of Harper, during the time when she suffered from bulimia. At this time, she hears tragic new that one of her closest friends, Camille, has just passed away. Camille was a model for Harper's clothing line, and also suffered from bulimia. This unfortunate event makes Harper realize what she was doing to herself. She doesn't want to have the same fate as Camille. So she makes a promise to her friend Max, that she will seek help and check herself into rehab. At the same time, Mav was with his gang of friends when he heard the news of Camille's passing. Mav and Camille had a unique relationship, whether they were just friends or friends-with-benefits, the story never states the true nature. Mav's first reaction to the news is anger. He's mad that Camille never attempted to get help, no matter how many times he has tried. Mav ended all communication with Camille, he couldn't just sit and watch what she was doing to herself. And now he blames himself for ended their friendship. There's only so much one person can do to help another. They have to WANT to seek help.

I can honestly say I have no idea what it's like to suffer or what loved one/friend suffer from bulimia. Today's society is so harsh and cruel to women, always pointing out flaws and deficiencies no matter what you look like. The constant need for approval and acceptance will never go away. This book starts out with such an emotional tragedy.
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If you are looking for a sweet, city-based romance, that tackles some rather important societal issues, then Fantasized By You may just be a perfect fit for your next read! Although this is Book 2 in the Love in the City series, and there is some carryover of the characters from Book 1 (Wanted by You), Fantasized By You can still easily be read as a standalone, as each book in the series focuses on the love story of a different couple.

Jen Harper, is a famous fashion designer, whose career is at a high, but whose love life has never really taken off. While she has been dealing with media pressure for years, she's never gotten fully comfortable with it, and has residual issues related thereto. It is those battle scars, in part, that lead her to Maverick Jones, a personal trainer and gym owner, whose gym provides a wholistic approach to helping its members get physically fit, including counseling and mental health.

Maverick, however, has a particular aversion to the fashion industry, as he still is reeling from the loss of a friend (who Jen also happened to work, and be friends, with), who was a model and whose death was attributable to the fashion industry's focus on thinness and "ideal beauty" above all else. 0 So when Jen offers to help serve as a mentor in his clinic, Maverick's initial reaction is: no thank you. Then, he meets Jen, and agrees to give her chance. Pretty soon, the two are inseparable, and they realize that they have much more in common than just their work at the gym.

Jen's involvement in the fashion industry, and limelight, however is not something that is easily escaped; and pretty soon Maverick is exposed to related residual obstacles. Will their love be able to survive?
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