|Print List Price:||$10.00|
Save $7.01 (70%)
Imago (Imago, Book One) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Top Customer Reviews
I did like the insta heart thing they had going on however.... I just felt like their story could have been just a tad bit longer. The end where they are with the Professor, I would have liked to have been just part of the main story. The ending just seemed a tad bit rushed.
But overall another enjoyable read from this Aussie author. And again looking forward to her future works.
Lawson catches Jack's eye from the very beginning. Jack finds Lawson's no-nonsense confidence and bow-tie wearing nerd-dome sexy. Lawson isn't quite sure what to make of Jack at first (other than can't-stop-himself-from-looking handsome) but he quickly realizes that Jack is not only sincere in his interest, but quite earnest as well. Their dates are sweet, with lots of heated kissing, and lots of laughter. They are sizzling together, but the joy and caring they have for each other is wonderful. Jack's butterfly kisses made me have OMG-Awww moments in my head, and this-- "the butterflies he felt when he saw me had morphed into love... The most remarkable metamorphosis." Add to that intrepid Rosemary, and voila, perfection. (Even down to the title and book cover).
Basically, everything about the book was fine, but I never really got the feels. This is my first time reading this author so I don't know how it compares to her other books
From the very first page all you think about is Lawson and Jack.
Both these men are confident and capable in their own right and together they are more so...
You see happiness contentment and love which radiates from both of them.
Their date together are special and thoughtful...Jacks friends are pure magic ...
Both guys feel the pull between them they connect so easily that it seems they have known each other for a long time..
The detail that has gone into this book is amazing.
It was so darn good and I wished it hadn't ended ...
Written as Pat Jay
POV... multi first person
Standalone or series ... book 1 of 2 but CAN be read as a standalone
Did it give me a hangover... yes
Would I recommend it... yes
Would I read it again... yes
These two men had me from the get-go, especially Lawson with his no-nonsense honesty (and don't get me started on the bow-ties)
I really enjoyed reading about both men's professions. It was refreshing to read about something so unique, and I loved the setting of the Tassie countryside as well.
Great, light read, and I'm very much looking forward to the sequel.
I love that there wasn't any of the expected "something pulls them apart, so one of them has to do a big performance to get the other back". We just got to go on an enjoyable ride with two passionate, funny, intelligent men.