- File Size: 1008 KB
- Print Length: 104 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (February 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 2, 2016
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016VJ6QSS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #238,487 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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MisTaken: A Novella Kindle Edition
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Jaylene is proud of the woman she is, and she's even prouder that she got there by being her. Everything she has achieved has been due to her work ethic, her abilities, her skills, her drive. The last thing she needs is a man to help her. When she has sex, it is mutually pleasing because it is a mutual process.
Her attraction to Noah is swift and immediate, but he's hiding something from her. And the more he gets to know Jaylene, the less inclined Noah is toward full disclosure. Jaylene's feminism can be a bit off-putting, and he isn't sure if the protective armor she wears around herself will allow him to let down his own guard.
MisTaken is a fast-paced novella that manages to pack in the progression of Andy's narrative, a character you met in Miss Match, a little more information about Lacy, whom you met in Love Struck, as well as the love story between Jaylene and Noah. And since this is a Laurelin McGee book, it also has the sexy times. Noah is a guy who likes to take control, and watching him convince Jaylene that submission is a form of control is fun. And hot. So hot.
This is one of those books that is perfect for a poolside read. Just make sure you have a pool boy nearby because you'll need him to help with your ... release.
This is a short and sexy story about Jay and the mysterious Noah. Jay is Andy and Lacy’s neighbor and she was one of the unfortunate victims of Andy’s attempts of matchmaking for Blake Donovan, the sexy and infuriating book boyfriend from Miss Match. Well, for the good fortune of Jay, the night she had that disaster of a date with Donovan, she went directly to Andy’s to complain about it, and she met the gorgeous, intelligent and complicated Noah, the new tenant of Andy’s building. I won’t tell you what happens after they meet, because this novella is too short to ruin you with details—or spoilers, that’s not my style, but I can tell you that one feminist can find exactly what she was sure she didn’t need in a very enigmatic and sexy dominant.
I enjoyed this book so much. It’s sexy, funny and very entertaining, though I was annoyed by Jay’s stubbornness, but Noah was her perfect match and knew how to control her a little—at least in bed, hahaha. I really love Laurelin and Kayti’s writing style, it’s well paced, well descripted and most of all, the characters are well developed. Overall, great novella. 100% recommended.
Funny Note: There was a moment in the book when Jay and Noah were having fun, and Noah said: “Why, Jaylene, are you objectifiying me?” and I could only see this in my head hahahha ---- See "Dont objectify me" gif from Supernatural
Mistaken is a story of a mismatched relationship of one person’s beliefs are completely opposite of the other. The idea behind the story was appealing however I really didn’t care for Jaylene for about 80-85% of the story so it brought my rating down.
Jaylene is a feminist, but she’s the preachy/judgmental type that wants to push her women’s rights beliefs on others and pretty much anything that a man does seems to be wrong in her eyes. When she started on her rant about erotic literature and degrading women that choose to read it that I almost stopped reading completely. Her views are just so narrow minded that it was driving me crazy. I’m all for equal treatment of woman but that should involve choice for a woman to choose whatever she would like, including reading a dirty book if they chose to.
Jaylene’s attitude also made me sit and debate woman’s rights and her ideas more than actually getting involved into the story as I was reading. I was too busy rolling my eyes at some of her statements and actions to wonder where the relationship would lead or what would happen. I found it a little strange too that her chosen career is a teacher when that is a predominately female profession but yet she refuses to learn to cook due to the woman in the kitchen stereotypes.
Luckily the ending to this saved the story for me a bit.Read more ›
An independent woman gets schooled in the bedroom by her gorgeous new neighbor with a mysterious profession. She's hesitant at first, unwilling to give up any control, but ends up melting under the hands of an adorable, sweet man who holds her hand and plays footsies with her.
I absolutely LOVED and ADORED Jaylene and Noah! They are so FREAKING cute together. She's rough around the edges, independent, and a total feminist. He's adorable and gorgeous with a touch of mystery AND he loves to read! OMG! Told ya! Total swoon-worthy hero in this one folks! There is no denying Jaylene and Noah's instant connection. The sexual tension will knock your socks off! Laurelin McGee gives us page after page of sweet, sexy, with a dash of kink. I devoured this short and sweet read! I wanted more! That happens to be the case every time I finish a Miss Match book. Each of the Miss Match books can be read as a standalone, but I guarantee you will want to continue on once you crack open your very first book from these amazing ladies!
*Gifted copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
Most Recent Customer Reviews
MisTaken is the tale of two people with such extreme opposites attract syndrome that they’ll either fall into lust which may lead to love – or they’ll destroy each other along the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marsha @ Keeper Bookshelf
Oh my god, this was a fantastic read, it was funny and very entertaining. Noah comes across quite nerdy I wouldn't never have thought he would take a role of alpha male let alone... Read morePublished 1 month ago by p leslie
Jaylene Kim is an independent woman who has struck out on love over and over and over again! After one more night of dates from hell Jaylene bumps into Noah and boom things are... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bookaholic ge
Laurelin & Kayti made a great team.love the books ladies ♥♥♥Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
*ARC received from NetGalley in return for an honest review*
Truthfully, I was a little disappointed with MisTaken. Read more
This short novella includes some of our friends from Miss Match, but it easily reads as a stand alone. Read morePublished 5 months ago by It's About The Book
A fun novella that proves that opposites do attract - Jay who thinks she is a die hard feminist and Noah a romance author. The writing is quick and witty and I appreciate that.Published 5 months ago by Felicia Eddy
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This is the 2nd book in the series I’ve read and I loved it(I’ve also read Love Struck so I’m reading... Read more
I have read both "Miss Match" and "Love Struck" by Laurelin McGee so I'm familiar with not only Jaylene, but also her neighbors Andy and Lacy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pinky1979