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From Publishers Weekly
- ASIN : B00BI2O1KO
- Publisher : Montlake Romance (September 17, 2013)
- Publication date : September 17, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 1328 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 359 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,856 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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1. Strong, fierce, independent woman ends up in jeopardy in spite of her strength, fierceness, and independence
2. Strong, handsome man enters the picture
3. The two people have never experienced such attraction to another and fall in love in less than a week
4. The man becomes obsessed with protecting the woman in jeopardy and saves her at the last minute
5. They live happily ever after
I honestly don’t know how the author continues to get these books published or why I have kept reading them. Oh wait, it’s because I bought a bunch at one time at a cheaper price and now feel compelled to read them because I paid for them.
It’s not that she’s a bad writer. She just tells the same story over and over again. There is no originality to her story telling. She also comes across to me as a bit misogynistic with these women in jeopardy books.
Now, with that said, and if I'm going to give a totally honest, complete review of her books, I have to add the part I don't care for. Well, you DID ask for all of it. ;)
The reasons I didn't give her books a five star rating is due to how the lead male and lead female characters always seem to notice the other's beauty, handsomeness, sexiness, figure/body build, full lips, beautiful hair, intense eye color, etc., at first sight, even during a life threatening crisis. In real life, it just doesn't work that way, and certainly not with both the male and the female being hit with an instant and incredibly strong attraction and sexual desire for each other, and with both of them telling themselves "I can't/won't get involved/fall in love", etc. just before they give in to their 'intense desire' for each other and then live happily ever after. And this seems to happen in every single book. So if that part can be toned down a bit, and in a more realistic manner where maybe they don't even like each other at first, that would make the books a definite five star read. The other reason is the repeated use of the word "belly" . It is used way too much in every book,to the point that I now literally get annoyed when I see it. There are other ways to describe a person's emotions other than in their belly.