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Shopping for a CEO (Shopping for a Billionaire series Book 7) (Volume 7) Paperback – September 29, 2015
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"Only Julia Kent could have laughing my socks off one minute and reaching for the tissues the next. A laugh out loud, wild Vegas wedding adventure!" ―Daisy Prescott, USA Today bestselling author
"Another best seller by the Queen of romantic comedy." ―Amazon reader review
"Kent took this fun, sexy tale and gave it a depth that made it so darn easy to read." ―Glass Paper Ink Bookblog
"This book is a MUST READ and I can't WAIT for the next one!!!" ―Amazon reader review
"...Julia Kent has once again brought the laugh until you cry scenes, but has added a new aspect to her writing..." ―Avid Reader Book Reviews --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Julia Kent writes romantic comedy with an edge, and new adult books that push contemporary boundaries. From billionaires to BBWs to rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every book she writes, but unlike Trevor from Random Acts of Crazy, she has never kissed a chicken.
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Shopping for a CEO gives the story over the Amanda, Shannon's best friend and Andrew, Declan's brother and new CEO of Anterdec. This story takes place through Shannon and Declan's wedding planning. It's two years since their first closet kiss when Amanda was doing what she does best, fixing things, and planning a huge ruse to get Declan and Shannon back together. Now he's come to the conclusion that kissing in closets isn't what he wants. When does he come to this conclusion? Right after Amanda is assigned to do 20 dates with emphatic dog lovers from a dating website. And she can't tell Andrew as the website is a competitor. There's an immediate, "Uh-oh" factor which Julia turns into many laughs and a very swoon worthy scene until....
Amanda lives at home with just her mother, Pam, who is in a daily battle with fibromyalgia. Pam is also a little clingy with Amanda. Amanda just deals with this until she starts having flashbacks from when she was five. She always accepted that her father just left them until the flashbacks. Now she has the issue of her father, being maid of honor in a Marie production, doggy lover dates and Andrew. What could go wrong?
This book is loaded with laughs. Laughs so hard your sides will hurt. You might expell a little pee also. Fair warning. Just as in all her series there will also be a moments that you don't expect, especially the ending. Moments that will make you feel for both Amanda and Andrew. We also get to see more of Terry, the oldest brother and am introduced to Hamish; the "soccer" playing cousin from Scotland.
Great book. Perfect addition to the Shopping series.
I loved the character development. They had real issues to overcome (not ones created for drama) - Amanda dealing with her mom's illness and discovering her forgotten past and Andrew's fears about going outside and hurting those he loves. I loved how Julia forced Andrew to face his fear and go outside (poor Amanda!). I only wish we would have gotten Andrew's POV.
Julia Kent knows how to write funny! This story had me laughing out loud (the other passengers on the plane were staring). I loved the mystery shopping that Amanda had to endure, the crazy dog owners, the cast of characters, and Chuckles. On top of that, there was Marie the Momzilla. I would have kicked her out of the wedding planning a long time ago! But Marie keeps me laughing.
I can't wait to see what happens next!
Despite my worries, I gave this book a shot & was pleasantly surprised to find Andrew & Amanda to be genuine, complex characters with good chemistry who had legitimate (not contrived) problems that kept them apart.
There is still a lot of ridiculous-ness in the form of Marie, but the main characters don't have the slapstick problems that Shannon & Declan had to deal with. This is still a rom-com, but it seems a bit more sincere.
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There are still some funny moments in Shopping for a CEO, but I did not get my wish of returning to the characters that I loved in the first five books.Read more