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Replace Me (Kin Series Book 2) by [Foor, Jennifer]
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Length: 358 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1294 KB
  • Print Length: 358 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jennifer Foor (November 7, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 7, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GL6FUMU
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First I want to say that I am HUGE fan of Jennifer Foor and I have never given her less then a four star review and I really could decide if I should give this one a 2 or a 3 so I will go with 2.5 - WARNING - This review may have some spoliers. First, Lacey got on my nerves almost right away, I mean she created so much drama for herself and cried through the entire book. I was over her character fairly quickly. Joey I was a big fan of from the start and I was hoping she would end up with him so I was glad for that, but really? You flew across the world for this dude and left him 24 hours later...wtf? Lastly, my favorite part of this entire story was Shayne. I love him and I love that he Ashley ended up falling for one another, but what is happening with them???? I was left so in the dark with them and I want their story so I hope there is a book for them. Also, what was up with Megan being thrown in the story? Was there really a point to her besides making Shayne realize he loved Ashley? I just don't know, I was left feeling dissapointed and questioning too many things. It is nice that we will hear this story from Joey's POV as I was wondering if we would get that as the book went on, but I wish the next book was on Shayne and Ashley.
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Oh come on. I read the first book in the series, Repair Me, and while it was overly dramatic at least the writing was acceptable. After reading so many unedited books lately it's nice to read someone who knows how to spell. So, while I wasn't thrilled with the first book, I decided to give the second a chance. Quite unhappy I did. Overly dramatic doesn't even COVER the UTTER RIDICULOUSNESS of this story. This highly DESPERATE main character, Lacey, "sobs" constantly throughout the book, and I mean constantly. We're talking over the top desperate, insecure, and incredibly whiny stupid clueless girl - damn if I knew ANYONE like this chick I'd be seriously depressed! I noticed the commonality between these two books is desperate women, like they're written by a teenager who is programmed to fall "madly in love" with every idiot she meets, with the highly unbelievable fantasy thrown in that these morons fall all over her while she's constantly sobbing uncontrollably for several days straight. And she doesn't sob uncontrollably for several days straight because of a tragedy, no, it's because she doesn't know if some guy likes her. Um...wow. Just the fact someone made up this story makes we want to sob.
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Like many other lower-star reviews, I am a HUGE Jenn Foor fan and LOVED Repair Me, however this book didn't quite hit the mark. There was way too many cousins (married in or not)sleeping with each other. There has got to be more people in this town for these guys to hook up with.

Read Repair Me before reading this review as it will spoil the first book. Book one left off with Shayne knowing who the real father of Ashley's baby was the whole time she messed with Ford's head. This knowledge pissed off Ford and of course pissed off Lacey, Shayne's girlfriend. Well, she thought they were exclusive, but he didn't and played around a bit while they were together. Now that she is gone, he realized what he has lost.

Now Lacey that and Shayne are broken up, in walks in Ford's cousin Joey and let the confusion begin. Joey is Ford's cousin, not Shayne's, Shayne and Ford are cousins, so Joey and Shayne are not actually related, however still have to see each other at family functions. Get all of that?

So as much as Lacey does not want to like Joey because he is a bigger player than Shayne, things work out a different way and he ends up (ah hum) comforting her. So now we have Joey and Lacey, Shayne still wanting Lacey but living with Ashley and some new chick Megan. I felt that Megan didn't fit into the story anywhere and if the next book is about them I will scream.

I really didn't like Lacey's character this time around. She was way to wishy-washy and caused more trouble than she needed too. Yes she did just get out of a relationship, but how did she think jumping right into another one with a knows player would be easy? On the other hand I liked Joey and would want to know more about him if he weren't with Lacey.
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By Katie on November 11, 2013
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I was really looking forward to this book. I really enjoyed the first in the serious and when I saw this come up on facebook as a new release I bought it right away. I wanted to love it but I just couldn't. The characters were all over the place and the more I read all I could think were, "these two are the most juvenile people." Not much was settled in this book but I still do not think I will read the next one and I hate saying that because I usually love what this author writes.
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I am a HUGE J4 fan, hands down. But Replace Me didn't quite hit the mark for me. I'd still recommend you to read the book because it's a great series and an awesome author wrote it.

This is definitely different. What you think is going to happen doesn't. I don't want to spoil anything but I probably will (spoiler alert, stopping reading)........

So, we have Shayne and Lacey. In book 1, Shayne's lie of knowing the real paternity of Ash's baby, destroys his relationship with his cousin, Ford, and his girlfriend, Lacey. He was going to let Ford believe he fathered Ash's baby, when in fact, it was his brother. Book 2 picks up with Lacey not wanting anything to do with Shayne due to said Lie and the fact that he was seeing other women while dating her. Then comes Joey, Ford's other cousin, no relation, technically to Shayne. Apparently, he's a bigger manwhore than Shayne, so everyone thought. Long story short, after much twisting and turning and Lacey sleeping with Shayne one last time for closure, she gets her HEA with Joey, who gives up everything to be with her. Throughout this whole mess, Shayne has decided to say he's the father of Ash's twins even though it was his brother that had the one night stand. Dad kicks him out. He meets a girl that he really likes but ends up sleeping with her sister on drunken night. He and Ashley eventually move in together and become the best of friends and unexpectedly fall in love. His brother wants nothing to do with the babies and signs his rights over. Shocking Shayne because how could he not want to be apart of his children's lives. Technically, Shayne has done everything lil brother should've done anyways. Looks like Shayne gets another book so we can see if he and Ashley make it. I thought he'd end up with Megan.

Whew, so much happens and more lives are introduced and affected. Still love my J4.
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