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- Publication Date : February 14, 2018
- File Size : 2288 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 452 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B079BRT25G
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1985203308
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #883,017 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Aaron and Cree's story had a bit of a fairytale feel to it, which was nice. But I must admit, with this being a Kaye Blue novel, I kept expecting a bad guy to jump out and Aaron to whip out a gun. I love her bad boys! This was a really nice change of pace, though. Looking forward to Take Me!
So if the fact that this story involves a prince hadn’t drawn me in, the main characters were also lawyers, another book love for me. I like my leading characters to be strong and powerful, so a lawyer fits the bill perfectly. And Cree Manning is all of these things and more. My other favourite thing about Cree? She is real! She is an actual, believable, relatable person. She isn’t the prettiest, the thinnest, the most put-together and this make me love her more than so many other leading ladies I’ve read recently. I love that she isn’t perfect and isn’t trying to be; she can be a role model to so many of us that are! But something that annoyed me about her? The amount of time it took for her to admit her true feelings for Aaron. But I totally understood why she was like this. I mean, let’s be honest, he does come across as a bit arrogant at first. But once we started reading things from his side of the story, my opinion of him completely changed. I found myself really sympathising with him and feeling a little regretful that I had judged him and stereotyped him so quickly; and I’m sure Cree did, too!
The back-and-forth exchanges Cree and Aaron share are the perfect balance of entertaining and frustrating. I absolutely loved these two together and was desperate to get to their next encounter as soon as the previous one had finished, The author writes beautifully and goes into such detail about all of the thoughts each character is having. This gives us such a good insight into their lives and I love that time has been taken to do this; it makes the book so much more fun to read.
I really did love this book and it has me super excited to read the rest of the series!
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Make Me is the first book in the Dirty Royals Series by Kaye Blue. This is a contemporary romance, with plenty of drama and an enemies to lovers element. This is my first read from this author, so I was intrigued by what the story held.
Cree Manning and Aaron Sarda are attorneys working for the same law firm. They have been colleagues for the past six years, but they don’t really have a ‘friendly’ relationship. If anything, they both seem to frustrate and annoy the other. Cree thinks Aaron coasts by on his name, status and looks- as the office golden boy he can seem to do no wrong, putting in a minimal effort. She on the other hand works incredibly hard and is quite passionate about her work. So, everything about Aaron antagonizes her- but she bites her tongue and remains as civil as she can. After all she is a professional. Though, she can’t help baiting him from time to time.
Aaron is office royalty, literally. He’s the third in line to the throne of the kingdom of Medina. As the third son his chances of ascending the throne are almost nil, which suits him as becoming king wasn’t what he wanted anyway. Not that he really knew what he wanted to do with his life. He decided on law school as something to do, and it was a complete fluke that he graduated and then pure luck to be offered a position at a law firm. Aaron can’t figure out why Cree dislikes him so much. He is well liked by everyone else in the firm, except Cree. He finds her both irritating and interesting, and he really wants to find a way to figure her out. He appreciated her brilliance and competence, but he also really enjoyed pushing her buttons.
When a special project is announced, with billions of dollars at stake, and a partnership in the firm as incentive- Cree and Aaron find themselves collaborating and competing for the promotion. Will these two find a common ground and be able to keep things purely professional? Or will being pitted against each other become very personal?
This was a great introduction to Ms. Blue’s work. It was entertaining and easy to read. It was a little slow in places, but overall, I enjoyed the story. I would definitely read the rest of the series.
Thank you, Ms. Blue!