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What a FUN book to read....and WOW!! Mr. Hamilton, you naughty man, you!!!
When you have a man with extreme confidence and a motto that he lives by....well, that doesn't make him sound attainable. He's difficult. Impossible even. He's just a player.....right?
~One dinner. One night. No repeats.~
Aubrey has her head on straight and I love love LOVE the way she handles Andrew....from start to finish. What starts out as innocent question and answer sessions, turns into flirting and innuendos and THEN turns into basic "YOU WILL MEET ME" conversations. The way they talked with each other always made me smile. I loved the way Andrew 'informed' her they were meeting and that he wanted to do things to her that made her smile, and then she'd brush him off. Talk about laughing. I loved her demeanor....she didn't let him push her.
However....once certain things came to light, Andrew was NOT pleased. He doesn't like liars AT ALL and won't deal with them. Not in the slightest. But, sometimes things aren't as they appear, contrary to what you are 'seeing'.
When he felt this deep-seated anger towards Aubrey, my heart sank!!! What could have been and what should have been were one in the same, but some things didn't play out as they should have. The discord between Aubrey and Andrew was written really well. I didn't feel any of it was forced and it really made you feel sorry for BOTH sides. I really couldn't stop turning the pages. I devoured the book as I was trying to see how it would end!!
By the time I finally got around to the end, I had a huge grin. The way their HEA came to light and how it all played out was perfection. Fun and sexy, perfection. One thing to note; the comical way that Andrew spoke had so much confidence behind it and it was refreshing. I loved their banter. I loved his smart wit. I loved his demeanor. Hard a** or not, he was perfect. This was such an easy read. No eye rolling, no wishing it was over, no skipping pages. Easy read. Great storyline. Good character development.
Sometimes learning to give and not only take is a valuable lesson, Mr. Hamilton.
Original review posted on HEA Bookshelf
Alyssa or Aubrey is a beautiful college student who lives parents are something else. When she seeks out of advice on her school work she never thought she would form a friendship with the man answering her homework questions. Then things got sticky when they came face to face. Andrew has a strick honestly policy and when he finally meets Alyssa who turns out the be Aubrey he just might have to break that policy. Andrew is nothing but a rude jerk to Aubrey that is until his desire for her takes over. They have a hateful sexual tension between them. Aubrey someone gets past the walls Andrew buildt but when he realizes it he turns into a huge prick. When his secrets start to come out he to wasn't upfront and honest. It's a tango that Andrew won't fully commit to so Aubrey has to move on. After some time apart they come face to face again but Aubrey isn't giving in so easy this time. It's a rough road for them but Andrew will have to find some parts of the man he use to be in order to win Aubrey's heart back. Lots of hot, steamy, juicy sex scenes. Fantastic ending.
Really, what else can I say about the plot that has not already been summarized in the dozens of other reviews here on Amazon? So I won't even try, but if you are interested, here it is, in a nutshell ... Boy has tragic past, meets girl who turns out to not be girl he thought she was, they have physical relationship, it develops, it falls apart, conflict between the two of them as a result, TONS of stuff happens, resolution, the end.
I know, that sucked. But I only like to "warn" fellow readers of poorly-written books that made me scoff and snicker throughout the story (because it was just THAT bad) or made me want to slit my wrists with a dull blade (because the characters and/or storyline was just THAT awful). When a book is so enjoyable that I could feel my heartstrings literally being TUGGED with emotions and that I was actually saddened when the book ended b/c I wanted to read more about the characters ... well, then you're on your own. I ain't ruinin' nothin' for you.
This book, to me, was the entire package: 1) Awesome plot that was unique and interesting, and with no "suspension of disbelief" required. 2) Spectacular writing by the author, which equates to delicious banter, the BEST lines from our hero, Andrew, and the right amount of descriptions without being too wordy that I started to skim. 3) ANDREW!!! Oh. My. God. I would like one of him, please. An over-the-top schmexy male who is intelligent (graduated first in his law school class), successful (incredible attorney) and wealthy, but who also is snarky and tortured and has the best one-liners and come-backs?!? Yes, puh-leeeese! 4) The Heroine, Aubrey. Know what I loved the most about her? Her narration never focused on how hot she looked in some skimpy little dress, or how tight her body was, or how she applied blue eyeshadow to make her eyes "pop" (I seriously hate that word, "pop") ... blah blah blah. I hate stories where there's just too much physical description by the narrator herself that you almost wonder why she doesn't just partake in some sexy-time activities by herself, stare at herself in the mirror, and call it a day. We know Aubrey's physical attributes, and once given, that was it. The focus was more on who she was and what she thought,, rather than her toned legs that went on forever or perky breasts that wouldn't quit or lush curves. Seriously, authors, PLEASE stop relying on these tired and over-used phrasing to describe your heroines!!
But, I digress. In summary, this is one freakin' awesome book that led to my being completely unproductive at work for one entire day, to my laughing out loud (and I mean LOUD) to certain lines in the book (especially responses by Andrew ... le sigh), to squirming uncomfortably in my office chair at the sexy-time scenes (so nice to have a male lead whose idea of "dirty talk" isn't just saying "Baby" with every other word), to just being completely AWED by not just the plot itself, but the incredible writing in which the author magically made me feel almost as if I were part of the story. I love, love, LOVE this book and really ... this is why I love to read, because of storylines and writing and characters such as these. BRAVO!!!