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Statistic by [Robertson, Dawn]
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  • File Size: 591 KB
  • Print Length: 199 pages
  • Publication Date: July 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M6BXGX4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,097 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jaw dropped. WTF just happened look on my face. << Me, after finishing Statistic by Dawn Robertson. All.Good.Things.

Dawn Robertson weaves a story of love, trust, and deception in a way that I’ve never read before.

Statistic is nothing like any other book that I’ve read from Dawn Roberston. Honestly, took me a bit to get inside the heroine’s head because I’m a bit older than 26 and I’m not divorced. Aurora is a 26 year old, divorced, mother of one adorable little boy. She’s also starting to get back on her feet emotionally and her friends think she should try internet dating. I’ve known a few people who tried internet dating and I’ve never heard good things, although I’m sure some have found love.

Brent is the first man that she goes on a date with and he’s tall, blonde, sexy, and is a single father. They have some things in common, but do they have that spark? Hmm. Then there’s Wesley…tall, dark, handsome, rich..could he be the one? What about Jeremy? He’s always gone, but maybe there could be chemistry. Then there’s my favorite man of all, Jackson. Sexy as sin, landscaper with a big family. He may be the one. I’m not telling you because there are so many damn twists and turns that your head will spin! I want you to go on that emotional roller coaster ride on your own.

Dawn Robertson has a winner with Statistic. She had just the right amount of what-the-heck-just-happened moments, sexy moments, and did they really just do that moments to keep me hooked to my Kindle.
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Oh my lord, I’m right now picking my jaw off the floor. I've just read the last page and my jaw flew to the floor and I’m at a loss for words…

What the hell, and then I did it..I did what probably every single person who read this book did. I went back to make sure I read it right. Surely there is a mistake, it can’t be?? How is this possible??? NOOO I obviously read this wrong.. Nope still the same words even the tenth time around…Let me start at the beginning of this little gem.

Meet Aurora Alexander. Freshly divorced. Single Mom…Hoping to get back her self-esteem. Her ex-husband did a number on her. I mean high school sweethearts. Married at the age of 19..Pregnant with her first child, on bed rest, a high risk pregnancy, obviously he is going to cheat. I mean it’s her fault she can’t have sex right? Wrong, you’re an idiot and deserve a kick in your ass. When she finally catches him in bed with the babysitter she decides that she can do better.

So now she is on her own. Her and her wonderful 4 year old son. What is a single parent to do? She joins a dating site…I mean how bad can it be right?

Does anyone truly ever know another person? My answer to that question would be no. Even the most open and honest people have dark secrets, s*** they would never reveal to anyone. You know you have those types of secrets, we all do.

So here she is on the dating site Fish in the Sea. Let the chips fall where they may. I mean it’s like a new toy right? Remember when we first opened our Facebook accounts, how excited we got when we got a friend request? How excited we got when someone liked your picture, it was like the coolest thing ever.

I don’t know about you, but first thing in the morning I lie in bed and scroll through my cell phone.
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Advance Readers Copy (ARC) provided by the author for an honest review for my blog.
Thanks Dawn, I can't wait to meet my new book boyfriend

Cover: 5
Hero: 8
Heroine: 6
Plot: 7
Ending: HEA
Format: eARC

I love this book, basically anything Dawn Robertson writes but yet this was not my favorite. I can't really get into a whole lot with spoilers. But we are introduced to three HOTTER than HOT men in this book. You will love one and hate the rest or you will fall for all three. But one of them are not who they seem to be.

But luckily I picked the right man hehe!

The plot was good but could be better, It was a super fast read a total page-turner I stayed up all night reading.
I just couldn't get into the heroine as much as I did the hero. which is kinda sad because how many times does a woman connect more with the hero than the heroine of the story. And thank god their is no-cliffhanger but it did leave me wondering what the characters did after the book
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I absolutely LOVED this book!
It kept me guessing the entire time. Aurora is a single mother who tries the dating field by an internet dating site called Fish in The Sea. She meets four men that keep her interest. Brent, Jeremy, Wesley & Jackson. But as she continues to know these guys better stuff starts to happen that have her questioning her decision of internet dating in the first place. Could it be one of them? Who is trying to hurt her? And why?
Every character is easy to fall in love with- in the beginning. But things aren't always as they seem. As the book goes on you start to second guess everyone. The ending had me shocked! I never expected it. I'm still trying to process it. Love is funny though. It can destroy you or make you a better person. It's all about finding that 'one'. And this book did it perfectly. <3
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