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Hooking Up Paperback – May 1, 2011
Top Customer Reviews
I thought this book was going to be really good, but I was dying for it to be over. Caitlin whined and changed her mind the entire book. One minute she didn't want Ryan then she did then she didn't. The cycle went on almost the entire book. She had been through some emotional issues, but one thing that really irritated me was she was scared of her grandmother and finally got the courage to tell her off, but then wanted to talk to her again. It made no sense. She wasn't the most interesting character and whined a lot.
Then there's Ryan. I thought he was going to be this great, sexy guy, but then he kind of seemed like an unwanted stalker in the beginning and then he turned into Caitlin. He was indecisive and acted pushy and considering his profession, I expect more out of him. He and Caitlin fit together. They were both childish and unsure of how they felt about each other and acted like teenagers who break up and then get back together every other day.
Wasn't one of my favorite books and paying 99 cents was almost too much. I gave it two stars because the author did try to make it interesting. Not one I'd recommend unless you want to read a boring and strange love story.
There is no real explanation given why Caitlin falls in love with Ryan, the police officer, other than he won't stop stalking her yet why would Ryan want to be with Caitlin who tells him time and again she doesn't want to have anything to do with him. While Caitlin's moroseness is justified by her evil grandmother and her breakup, it just seems to drag on forever.
Additionally, all of the characters, even Caitlin, are wooden. Caitlin's grandmother is an indifferent society bitch. Ryan's ex wife is a vindictive society bitch. Michael, Caitlin's ex, is an indifferent bastard. There's no life to these characters. It was 99c I regret spending.
Review: This was a great book that kept my interest at every turn. The story of Caitlin and Ryan has it all, romance, drama, humor and it's sexy. Their story is very well written. It was an easy read that had me cheering for these two to make it thought the twists and turns of life. And did I mention that its sexy. These two are burning up the pages. I certainly have no problem recommending this book to all of you. So pick up a copy and enjoy.
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