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Phish NET Stalkings Paperback – January 24, 2012
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There are two things that really inhibited my true enjoyment of this book. First of all, while mild profanity is never my wish, I can generally handle it if certain words are dropped here and there. But I feel as though this book crossed the line on occasion. I sometimes got to the point where I was dreading the next page in case I would come across one of those words again. I believe in realism, but I prefer to have less profanity.
I love romance scenes, and I can handle mild bedroom scenes. I don't even mind getting a glimpse into the bedroom if the people are married. It bothers me when I read two or three pages of hot and heavy bedroom scenes--especially when the people are not married. While the bedroom scenes are not X-rated, I would still prefer less detail.
I know this sounds like a negative review, and I honestly don't intend it to. Denise Robbins filled the pages with well-rounded characters and little twists that kept my interest. I found that my enjoyment of the novel went up and down. In fact, sometimes I was reading the book just to get through it, and then the author would throw in another twist that would keep me up past midnight.
So, in conclusion, my rating would be 3.5. I would be open to reading more of Denise Robbins' books although I hope she goes easy on the language and sex.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
Overall, a well written book that makes you continue reading until long after you should put the book down to rest your eyes. An easy, enjoyable read with action, thrills and sexy scenes. A novel that will appeal to both female and male audiences.
Reviewed by Meli
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Don't let the title fool you? This is not about stalking or phish net for that matter but a whole story line of a woman afraid of cops and a past that still haunts her. When I started reading the book I was like it's going to be a comedy, but far from it. You have Jane East who is a businesswoman, strong, independent yet scared of, get this, cops. She has a good reason to be afraid and Denise Robbins did a great job in showing us that beneath this strong woman is actually a little girl hiding. Now Cooper Chance is her biggest enemy and lover at the same times. He may be a Police Chief but he is the only man to get under her skin. I loved how Denise Robbins brought these two together and how they can't get separated no matter how much Jane tries to run. Once I started reading the book I couldn't put it down for Denise Robins grabbed my attention right from the start in seeing how Cooper can manage stalking and heels to Jane's attempt in putting the past behind her. Great book.
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