- File Size: 1915 KB
- Print Length: 308 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sandi Lynn Romance, LLC (October 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MA3GLJI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,280 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
This is my first book with this author, I believe. The book looked interesting. The grammar was less than desirable and basic. The book lacked substance. However, it was rated with 3 Stars because it passed the romance book test. Very few authors can achieve substance every book. I'll give this author one more try, but that's it if this type of book is the result.
Here's the synopsis in a few short sentences:
Girl meets rich guy. Girl is established and independent. Neither guy or girl wants a relationship. Girl and guy sign a contract agreeing to these rules. Guy wines and dines girl. Girl falls in love with guy. Girl breaks rules by falling in love. Okay sex occurs. Guy leaves about 85% into the book after girl falls in love. Tragedy happens. He's back. Girl is angry with him. Guy pushes to get back in her life. Girl forgives him, and then they're married.
Love scenes are okay.
The conflict is rushed. The problem occurs and is resolved with 15% of the book left.
The book is predictable. It's typical romance and lacks substance with the characters.
The grammar is too wordy with very basic words as well.
Typical attractive rich guy.
Cliffhanger, no. Threesomes, no. Cheating, no. Sexy, meh, not so much. Good, strong hero and heroine, yes. HEA, yes! Worth the read and money, yeah have you read anything that great lately? For every 20 books I read maybe one is good so this to me was refreshing. I can always count on Sandy to give me something above decent. I am not a friend of the author and was not asked for my opinion this is my honest review.
Emily did not believe in happily ever after. Her mother completely ruined that for her. She grew up watching her mom date man after man but never letting them in. Emily was a successful business owner and didn't need a man to make her happy. Emily was ready to be free of men and the drama that came with them. That all flew out the window when she met Jackson Kane, who was a successful CEO who has the same views on relationships as her. Their beliefs seem to fit perfectly just like a business deal. They could have it all. They set the rules and of course what could go wrong? Two people perfect for each other couldn't possibly want more. Or could they?
There were times I wanted to scream and shake some sense into both of them. Sandi Lynn always pulls me into her books and gets me so emotionally attached. Another five star read for me!!