- File Size: 1717 KB
- Print Length: 222 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 1, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CMU1IN4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,896 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Some Like It Charming (It's Only Temporary Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This was an okay story. The plot is weak and trumped up in order to make the storyline work. Ethan's reputation is being raked over the coals by the tabloids by all of his former exes (models, debutantes & celebrities). He's left a long trail of breakups in his wake of conquests....and he decides the best way out of his tabloid hell is to become engaged to a pretend "dream woman". Unfortunately for MacKenzie Wyatt and unbeknownst to her, he call's an impromptu press conference and announces HER to be his fiance'....aaaaaaaaaand her nightmare begins. That was the gist of the whole story. Ethan paying her a sum of money to be his fake fiance' to get the tabloids off his back. The plot is a storm in a teacup...very little controversy. And MacKenzie's capitulation from hate, to severe dislike to tolerating Ethan, to eventually liking him happens all too fast. For how much time this author spent drumming into my head, and expertly conveying and emphasizing (repeatedly).. MacKenzies hate of Ethan...it's just not believable how quickly that hate turns to love. But the writing is good and I liked MacKenzie's character. If you can suspend your belief and just go along for the ride...you'll probably do alright and enjoy the story. I think it's worthy of 3★'s.
He's a closet romantic and wants a woman to want him for him and not his money. It looks like he finally found his match. A woman that wouldn't give him the time of day and the only way he can get her attention is to steal from her chocolate stash and sit in her chair.
Mackenzie has worked for Ethans' company for five years. She's a hardworking employee and the only problem she has is with her boss Ethan. He always drops by unexpectedly sits in her chair and robs her chocolate stash. The man should know never rob candy from a woman. It's an act of war in some countries.
Story had its ups and downs. Ethan really needs to speak to his mother. She loves her son but she could cost him the love of his life. Ethan needs a woman that will stand up to him and kick him in the butt from time to time, not someone who thinks he right all the time.
Although the plot had potential and the main characters had some entertaining dialogues, the book didn't grip me at all. The storyline was completely predictable and remained poorly elaborated until the end. The main characters were shallow and their actions immature and childish. The few subcharacters didn't offer any enrichment to the story line. There were nearly no descriptions in the book, hence it lacked depth and atmosphere. Needless to say the tension between the main characters was non existent, which surprised me a lot, since this was supposed to be the main angle in the plot.
Even if you are fully into escape reading, maybe you should avoid this one.