- File Size: 1162 KB
- Print Length: 382 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Aubrey Bondurant (September 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074TVJGPW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,290 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Don’t hate me for saying this Aubrey Bondurant, but I find it takes me a little while to warm up to the characters and settle into the book. In this case, I really struggled with Juliette until I got to know her and her backstory. Because this wasn’t my first Aubrey Bondurant rodeo, I knew that I had to wait patiently. Thank goodness, I did. I think Show Me Something is her best work so far. I think it may have had a wee bit to do with Clark Kent…I mean Mark’s secret.
Behind the nerdy suits and glasses hides a…kinky, dirty-mouthed and bossy man with a body to die for. I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING!! Holy shamoly, this guy was HOT!! And, he was sweet too. Bloody hell, I was ready to start a Mark Hine Fan Club. Luckily, I waited. See, good ole Mark has ISSUES! Now, I totally understood his issues and really felt sympathy for him but he didn't handle some things well. So the Fan Club was a no-go for that moment, but I was still seeing the potential.
Like I said before, relationships are tricky. You add a kid into the mix and tricky becomes complex, problematic and sometimes thorny. The parent of the child isn’t just thinking of themselves and there’s a whole bunch of parental guilt as well. Wanting to spend time away from your child makes you feel guilty. Being interrupted at “crucial” times can be frustrating. Remembering that your child could become attached to anyone newly introduced can be a risk a parent is unwilling to take. When the child has been your whole focus for a long time, it’s hard to allocate even a little focus to someone else. So, jumping into a relationship just isn’t easy.
So, with both Mark and Juliette having their own brand of issues, it's not going to be an easy journey for them. But, when there's a connection as strong as theirs, risks are definitely worth taking.
I really enjoyed Show Me Something. Obviously, I was very impressed with Mark but with his “issues” he was far from perfect. It was hard to hate him though because I honestly sympathised with him. Juliette was loveable in a funny and kooky way. Poor Juliette has loose lips when she’s nervous and the stuff she says cracked me up. Her biggest problems stem from her failed marriage. Juliette’s confidence is very low, especially with her post baby baking body. I know myself, it’s bloody hard to regain your confidence after your body has been stretched to all buggery and bits and pieces don’t sit like they used to. Add in the fact that you’re showing it to someone who hasn’t seen the pre-baking body, well who wouldn’t be self-conscious?
I’ve really enjoyed this series and this last instalment has been one of my favourites. We get to catch up with the old gang, see how they’re travelling and where they’re heading to. Show Me Something definitely shows the reality of getting over lost loves and moving on from heartbreak. I laughed, cried, smirked and blushed, never feeling like the story dragged. I definitely recommend trying out the series.
OK let's just say this book had humor, enough hotness, and 2 people that couldn't be better fit for one another. The way that Mark and Jules meet is so funny. Jules has issues with over sharing, add alcohol and anything can be said. I can relate I believe there is a name for it and perhaps a support group. Jules has some insecurities she is trying work through. She knows the one thing in life she wants and that is to be the best mom to her little boy Tristan. Mark comes into their life and makes an impression on the both of them. Mark has never come to grips loosing the love of his life several years back. When he meets Jules it is the first time he starts to feel again. Everything has a start and a finish, Mark just went about it at a snails pace in some areas. Moving on does not mean you love the person any less, he has a hard time with that.
I was sad to see this was the end of the series. I have read them all and you will not be disappointed to give Aubrey a try.
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