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"Christine Warner writes heroes you'll melt for and heroines youwant to be friends with..." ~ Kristina Knight - author of the Texas Wishes Series
"The Characters were so sweet, Deviis such a funny and free character who embraces life. It was cool to see howshe made the stress-ball Omar relax and smile." - The BookHerald
"This is a light-hearted romancenovel. A good for those who like humorous and funny stories and uniquecharacters." - wrecked_life'sreview
"This is a quick read that issteamy, sensual, sweet, and funny. I enjoyed the story. If you like steamyscenes, then you will enjoy this book." - Book Snuggle
"I love when friends become lovers, especially when it's unexpected on both their parts. The plot twist near theend however is what put this book above the rest in its genre." - Catherine
"Thereare no words for how much I love this book. The author's style has a way oftransporting the reader, whisking away the real world to leave only the storybehind. And this is an amazing story." - Sarah B
- File Size : 1246 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : June 23, 2015
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00Y7T2YSQ
- Publisher : Entangled: Select Contemporary (June 23, 2015)
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Print Length : 298 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Best Sellers Rank: #839,470 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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While generally the writing was okay, the characters weren't compelling enough to sustain my interest. In addition, the writer had a pet word "gawd" that she used so much it became a distraction. Unless you like to read sexy romps then give this one a pass.
I thought that the summary sounded cute on this one and I couldn't wait to dive into it. Honestly, it was ... okay. I didn't really relate in any way with Omar or Devi. They seemed like shallow characters that didn't have anything to them. Omar works hard and loves working hard and works to love work and loves to love work. Got it. But what else? There were these little hints dropped about his background but nothing was ever really fleshed out. I enjoyed his character but I just didn't know him. And I felt the same way about Devi. And then them together ... just didn't seem realistic. For a dude who has his head only focusing on business and it had been that way for forever ... I just don't see him falling for some chick after one day. I mean, come on. Can people fall in love that fast? Sure. But the way that his character was set up, it just didn't seem authentic.
The story was pretty good. Although, there was a moment when things escalated so quickly that I actually wondered if I missed a chapter somewhere. Again, it just didn't seem natural to the flow of the story that was established in the first chapter.
Basically, I felt conflicted about this one. It wasn't my favorite but it wasn't the worst either. I will probably give the author another shot on her next novel because I did enjoy the story line.
* I received this novel in exchange for an honest review *