- File Size: 971 KB
- Print Length: 313 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1939786002
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Nicole Edwards Limited; 2 edition (February 21, 2013)
- Publication Date: February 21, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BJPULPO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178,723 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Infatuation (Club Destiny Book 4) Kindle Edition
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There was way too many sub-plots going on. I understand that Alluring Indulgence needs to be incorporated but I don't understand why Travis shows up so much in this book. Especially when he doesn't have any major role in this book. I also don't like the fact that EVERY book needs to focus in some way on Samantha McCoy. I didn't care of her much in her own book and I don't understand why she needed to be such a HUGE part of this book. I also didn't understand what was really going on with Club Destiny and who some of the characters were.. like the very last chapter? And Gage? What's his role? I'm not a fan of cliffhangers but this book as well as Kaleb had them and I feel like it isn't needed.
I would love to give this book more than 3 stars but I don't think it deserves it. 532 pages is very long for a book but I don't think I learned much about Tag and Mac's relationship by the end. What I did learn is that the author needs to take a step back and think about the quality of her books, not how many she can publish in a year. I found myself actually SKIPPING the sex scenes to get to real content in the book. It just falls flat in my option. I wanted some substance and didn't get it in this book.
One thing I absolutely hated about this book was the cover. The heavily made up eyes, fake red hair, and awkward hand position just drove me nuts every time I picked up the book. Just not at all what McKenna was described to look like.
Since I had started reading the AI series before realizing I should start with this series and read them in their overlapping fashion, there was a "surprise" that I was privy to toward the end. I wonder if I would have been shocked to learn about Chase if I had not read the book Zane yet. Ah well, too late to go back now. And I have to say, it's been good to see a bit of Travis from AI since he probably talked more in this book than the first two AI books combined! His book is coming shortly in the line up.
As for this book, I actually really enjoyed the story of McKenna and Tag. I like that although outwardly McKenna tried to seem the Tag/Sam thing didn't bother her, it really did. She just understood that it was his past and couldn't be changed. That's real to me. I do wish Tag would have had a conversation with his step-brother, Cole, about his relationship problems...it really could have added a depth to the brotherly bond they have formed.
Although it seems the next book, Captivated, will veer a bit from our main group of friends, I am looking forward to a conclusion to the Lucie/Kane tale that was started a few books ago.
I really liked Tag and Mac but felt like their story could have been handled in a couple of chapters and that most of the story was unnecessary to the overall CD plot line. In other words, this was simply a bridge.
Further I am even more irritated by the continued use of so called "strong" women who are anything but. And I don't mean falling in love with a dominate man. Rather, it is these same strong women who's behaviors cause the problem yet they refuse to take responsibility and rectify the problem. Specifically my issue is with Sam. This woman who knows her own mind, is a force to be reckoned with in business and supposedly controls her own destiny completely crumbles when blackmailed about her sexual behavior. I have always believed in the mantra that if you "want to play, you better be ready to pay". Otherwise don't do it if you can't handle the consequences!
I also had the following question running through my head throughout this saga. If Logan and Sam, Alex, Cole, et al, are such high powered corporate executives how do they keep their jobs! Once these salacious stories hit the news, any corporation would immediately demand their resignation. This was never addressed or even mentioned.
I understand that this is a work of fiction, but some sense of reality needs to be maintained or we venture into a fantasy land dominated by unicorns and trolls.
I sincerely hope the series get back on track.
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Standalone though part of a larger series and it would help if you read the other books
Told from both POVs
No major editing errors...Read more