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My One and Only (Ardent Springs) Paperback – May 17, 2016
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Born in the Ohio Valley, Amazon and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Terri Osburn spent her childhood between the covers of her favorite books. Her love of the romance genre began in her teens and never faded. Just five years after she penned her first romance novel, she was named a 2012 finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award for Meant to Be, which went on to become her debut release. She resides in Virginia with her tolerant teenager, pampered pets, and beloved books.
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- Terri Osborn writes well. With the exception of a few “me and so-and-so” grammar errors, these books are decently written and edited.
- The story lines were varied over the 5 books, and the writing remained true to how the character was defined.
- These are just so formulaic. All of the men are tall, broad shouldered, narrow hipped, ripped, buff, and gorgeous. All of the women are petite, delicate, slender, and beautiful.
- The sex is also formulaic – in every encounter each person has multiple orgasms, every night together features sex all night (don’t these people ever sleep?), and they fall in love based on the quality and quantity of the sex.
- Stereotypes and double standards abound.
- Can we please have books that don’t portray the parents of the main characters as elderly, when they’re barely in their fifties? I get that the main characters tend to be in their late twenties to mid thirties, but the portrayal of their parents is awful. See the comment about stereotypes abounding.
I bought these because I have enjoyed other books by this author. But maybe that’s what I get for buying $1.99 books. You get what you pay for.