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- Print Length: 391 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150309345X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P72UP56
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,583 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The H and h knew each other in high school. The h had a crush on the H, but he never noticed her. The H is now a rockstar and his mother hired the h as a housekeeper for his home. The H and h develop feelings for each other and start a relationship when he and his band make a temporary stop at the house.
I had an enormous problem with the hero. He went through massive mood swings and was very vindictive towards the heroine throughout the book. First he loves the h, then he gets mad at her, and then he has sex with his mother's financial advisor after one of their fights and he makes sure she knows about the incident. Seriously? This incident happens towards the end of the book when they are supposedly in a committed relationship. This was his explanation.
"I'm sorry about Victoria," Luke said, dropping his head in shame. "It was a d***'s trick and you didn't deserve to see that."
"Yeah but I did," Martha cried. "Why would you do that?"
Luke shrugged. "I was hurt that you didn't believe me, and she reminded me of you. There was nothing more to it than that. And I need you to know that I was careful, I took precautions."
"Oh that's alright then," she said sarcastically. "You still had sex with her, Luke." Martha recalled Victoria's plum coloured hair and bristled.
Like Martha, I was put off with the I took precautions reasoning to make the whole sex thing ok. After the sex with ow incident, the H shows up during the h's date to hand her her salary and announce "for services rendered" making her feel like a whore in front of her date.
He was really a bipolar hero because at times when he was not a jerk, he was borderline decent.
I could have gotten past the H's surliness if he had grovelled to the heroine and if he kept his p***s in his knickers. However, the heroine made it easy for the H because she gave in way too quickly with every argument. She forgave him for the sex with the woman who looked like her without much thought. The sex with the ow got my goat because a hero does not drop his knickers for another woman regardless how mad he is at the heroine if they are in a relationship. What happens after the next tiff? Shag another woman with plum colored hair? This was a hero non starter for me and it put a knot in my knickers. And the h calls the hero, Luke...Lukey?
The story also relied way too much on the ex girlfriend and her plots to win back the H as the backdrop. She was in the beginning, middle and in the end. Her appearance and her plots wore thin by the middle of the book.
I wanted to like the book because it started off nicely, but I wanted to strangle the hero and kick the heroine's butt by the middle of the book. However, I did like the supporting characters. The band members and the H's mom were a hoot.
Not a recommend because it was too frustrating to root for this couple. The bipolar H was a better match for the psycho ex girlfriend.
What I Had Issues With
I had times where I was confused about how much time had passed and had to go back.
A conflict the author presented (this one really bugged me) was glossed over.
Heroine was supposed to be strong but caved quickly with little to no groveling by hero.
She has him from the moment she walks in on him naked and she's always had a crush on him from school that flares back to life as soon as she sees him.
Martha is a strong woman having gone through a lot on her own
You will cheer for these two all the way
Boy did this book meet every now grown-up woman's high school crush fantasy! A very fun read!!!