- File Size: 2142 KB
- Print Length: 196 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (January 19, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01A9PU3MU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,480 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Harley is more than a steamy romance. It’s a story about three people coming together to be a family.
Cade is a beautiful young woman who gets a job as a security guard, because she has reason to believe the owner of the security company might be her father. She is a strong woman who takes pride in what she does. She seems emotionally unavailable in an outward sense, but I loved the fact that she didn’t see herself that way. She was just a woman being herself, doing what she thought was right.
Jax is a bad boy rocker. He is a little bit arrogant and self-centered, sort of a peacock. But I liked him. He’s not a complex man, but he’s well-developed, and he is a completely believable and realistic character. He has a good heart, and doesn’t mind showing it.
Harley is an eight-year-old girl, Jax’s daughter by a piece-of-work woman. Other reviewers had a problem with the fact that she’s so smart and capable; they say she is not a believable eight-year-old. But I’m constantly surprised by the variety of people that exist in the real world, and I’ve met kids like Harley: intellectually sophisticated, but still emotionally immature. It’s a dangerous combination in real life, and the author has done a good job with her character in my opinion.
Michelle Jo Quinn is a great writer. She has a precise and elegant style. Her sex scenes are masterful, and she does an excellent job of making you swoon. Her characters are good, and I especially appreciated the fact that Jax’s band were a bunch of dorks, because my experience with musicians is that they are pretty much all complete dorks. Add all that to the fact that this book’s pacing was perfect – kept me reading even when I should have been doing something else – and you have a recipe for a great read. I highly recommend this one.
Harley is 8 going on 30 literally before she moved with her rockstar father she was basically taking care of her mother. Poor girl I felt for her having to be the adult instead of the kid. She is too darn cute though.
Cade as we know by now from the synopsis she move across the country to find her father. She becomes a bodyguard in her father’s security firm. Her first assignment is to guard Harley. I really like her character she is strong but she also showed some softer sides to her. Meaning her stellar relationship with Harley.
Jax is a rockstar the women love him and he is talented. Underneath all that rock star swagger he is a good man with a good heart to boot. I just saw him as a dad learning the ropes on how to be a single father. Especially to be a good father to a daughter he has to set en example after all.
I felt like Cade and Jax relationship was a bit force d. throughout the book I didn’t see how they really connected until the end. Over all it was a likable story which is why I gave it that rating. I hoped for a bit more but, I will keep an open mind and wait for the next book in this series.
( I can not tell you how SICK of got of the words " rock god" everyone called him that constantly out loud and in their own heads from Cade,to Bruno his manager and friend to I think even Jax himself, we know what he's "supposed" to be STOP TELLING US... It was sweet and kinda nice but the only relationship that felt real were the ones ppl had w/Harley and vice versa, Cade was pushing Jax one minute and dating him the next and it never felt real and they barely had more heat ( at least to me) w/their blink and you miss it sex scenes that a Hallmark and Disney movie combined ... All this is just how it felt to me , but since it's KU is sweet and nice and low on the steam is what you want,give it a try... I do appreciate all the writers hard work even if it didn't quite do it for me...
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