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This hurts to write but I couldn't finish it. I reached the halfway mark, I think but I just couldn't do more than that. I tried. I think I picked it up and put it down countless times, always reading a sentence. But just... no.
I love Emily Hemmer's style and her Wynn in Doubt is an absolute fave that's just one of THOSE books, you know? The ones that make you just sit back and think, contemplate. Rethink many many things.
I also liked the first book in the Dangerously Dimpled series. It's funny and hot.
This one is funny and hot too, don't get me wrong. But...
The heroine's the backbone of the family. She takes care of everything and everyone. She put her dreams and everything aside, so others can fulfill theirs. I find this an incredibly selfless gesture and I also find her badass, because she rules over them all with a semi-iron fist. She does damage control, she fixes problems.
In other words, she's strong.
Then comes the hero, a guy she had a one-nightstand with, and there goes the strong heroine, turning into this weak and scared little girl. The one that starts questioning and regretting everything.
I didn't like the hero. I strongly disliked him. He was an a** for leading her on and not staying away from her, when he KNEW he should and he was hurting her. He knew that too but did he care? No. He, unlike the heroine, was selfish. Hiding behind a sort of promise is a cowardly excuse.
This is why I couldn't finish, this is why I can't give the first half - the Aunts were a hoot, I loved them - more than 2.5 stars. I'm sorry, this is my opinion.
Her main character Charlie is so lovable and everything an honest, family loving woman should be. Alex our hero is beautiful, honorable and in his heart of hearts, very sweet. The "Aunts" in this tale will make you choke on your Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia so don't eat while reading this tale. You might not survive. They are the best! Cadence known in my head as the "stuck up wackjob" proves that in the end, you can't judge a book by it's cover. Only with this one you can because those boots are featured prominently. <grin>
Huge recommend for this novel. You won't be sorry. Happy reading!
With Emily Hemmer's latest book, Plus None, I truly do believe that readers will laugh out loud at the antics of the family of the southern, boot wearing Charlotte, better known as Charlie, and then root like heck for her success. She's one tough baked good from having helped her family through some rough times. Okay, maybe she's a little afraid to love and risk being hurt. Even after former one night stand partner Alex Ramirez looks her up again she still doesn't find the path to a happily ever after too easy. Even if that term might technically be applied to her in a monogamous sense if you were counting several steamy encounters with her man.
But Alex isn't a free man on a number of fronts and taking a stand could cause ruin in his family. Charlie all too well understands the joys and trials of family and she's got plenty of it to deal with on her own end.
Add in a wedding, Charlie's protective t.v. loving father, a collection of her crazy aunts with the will to marry frail elderly men with wills, males who believe in the redneck trifecta of beer, fishing and cousin romance, along with a bakery consuming goth witch and you get even more of the plusses needed for book enjoyment.
If you love fast paced humorous and sexy reads, you'll love Plus None! I did.
This story is the follow up to Just One. I would highly recommend reading that one first as it provides the background to this book. The story follows Charlie and Alex and their complicated relationship of rich meets poor love story. The story by itself is not unique as most erotic stories of recent revolves around the same trend but what makes this book stand out from the rest is the laugh out loud, belly laugh inciting dialogues of the characters especially of the heroine Charlie. I mean, she can be real as one can get but to put it into words is just an amazing feat that the author was able to achieve. The story is sexy and you will fall in love with all the characters especially Alex and Charlie. Again, I would advise readers to read this in a private area lest you be accused of insanity. If you loved Wallbanger and the Chocolate Lovers series you will love this book guaranteed. The only thing I could wish for...that there was an epilogue of more Charlie and Alex. Highly recommended read to relieve stress and enjoy your time!
Before reading 'Plus None', you'll want to start with it's prequel novella, which is 'Just One', where we first meet Charlie and Alex. 'Plus None' picks up 2 years later.... I'll spare you a synopsis of the story, since you've probably read the 'back cover' and are just trying to decide if you should read it. I'll spell it out for you.... You. should. definitely. read. these. books. You won't be disappointed! Unless of course you don't like humor. Or are easily offended. Or take life too seriously, in which case you maybe shouldn't read these books. But.... if you (like me) enjoy some potty mouth, flawed (aka realistic) characters, crazy redneck cousins, and some sassy laughs mixed in with your sexy times, then I think you'll be happy with your decision. Enjoy!