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She admits she's never even had an orgasm but when she meets Reese (H) she comes across as this confident, experienced seductress. She meets Reese when she lands in his lap at the wedding and after a few glances and introduction the two are whispering in each others ears, and Dylan is dancing seductively for him on the dance floor. This does not go along with the same woman who was with only one man who couldn't deliver and she never even took a shower with. I could over look that if Dylan and Reese would have convinced me of a strong bond but they did not. They disappear in a bathroom and when it's all over Reese freaks out. He was supposed to have experienced this strong emotion he's never felt before and it takes him by surprise.
Dylan leaves upset convinced she didn't satisfy, which again screams innocents, but to make matters worse Juls (her BFF) tells her that Reese is married. She literally does not leave her bed the next day because she's so depressed and when given the opportunity confronts Reese at work but guess what? Juls was mistaken. Does she apologize? No, she giggles about it and Dylan is fine with this. I didn't get it. My definition of a BFF must be different. Again, this was not my main problem.
There is a hot scene that follows the confrontation that again implies Dylan has this vast knowledge of sexual prowess. One of the big problems I found was Dylan and Reese meet up at a bar and the two decide they want to be alone. Reese invites her to his place but she refuses stating being in his bed is too intimate and they're just having fun. Any hard surface will do she says. Reese is carrying on how he has dreamt of them in his bed and to me I'm thinking Reese is sounding more into her then the other way around. During their encounter they decide they don't need protection, again implying there is this strong magical bond between each other.
They again share another heated affair and talk for a while after sharing some personal things about themselves. All this takes place and then it is the following week he sends a messenger to find out her cellphone number so they can actually text. Really? Tossing that fact aside it still was not my main problem with the book. It's pretty clear to me at this point the book is not going to be a favorite but I needed to find out what happens. Reese agrees to come to Dylan Saturday night so they can be together and when he arrives the almost virgin puts on a performance that at 42 I've never done but okay maybe I'm the sheltered one and then they decide to sample her icing from each others bodies, nothing wrong with that.
Then it happens. The straw that broke the camels back. Reese is going to order food for them. They've just had sex, showered together, that surprised him with it's powerful effect from the beginning but when he orders the food they ask for the name. He holds the phone away from his mouth and has to ask her her last name. Call me old fashion but this is not romantic, which was what I wanted. If you felt this strong pull toward the other it would have been the first question. If not to her his friend is dating Juls, his other friend dates Joey. This is not the behavior of a man feeling something different with her than others. This was pure and simple just lust.
I couldn't read anymore after that nothing was making sense to what I believe to be important in a romance. The sex was hot but that's all it was, which again did not make sense coming from a woman, who had only been with one other man and the man was working with only half the equipment as most men. Be warned with what you want when you look into getting this book and if what you want is meaningless sex then by all means this book will satisfy. No offense it just isn't a love story IMO.
Not a single one of the characters was remotely likable. I made it through to 18% only because for a short while there, it amused me to laugh out loud and then share the guilty passage with my BFF. And you expect us to believe that the five-star reviews were by people who actually read the book? Seriously?!?
I don't know what the chances are that much of anybody will see this review, but I hope it gets lots of "yes, this helped" clicks so it's the right hand review for "negative reviews that helped the most." I mean I got this book on Prime and today I am damn near literally kicking myself that I threw away a free read on this dross!
I honestly have no idea how this book received so many glowing reviews, because I paid 99 cents, and I feel beyond ripped off.
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loved every second of it. I hope she writes Joey and Billy's story!!!!