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Taming the Bachelor (A Dickerman Moretti Novel Book 1) by [Carnal, MJ]
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About the Author

MJ Carnal lives in Lexington, South Carolina with her husband, gorgeous daughter and two loving and super furry dogs. She spends her days in the world of neurosurgery but her nights in a world she creates on paper. When she isn’t writing, you can find her watching episodes of The Walking Dead with her hubby, having tea parties with Princess Caroline, Singing karaoke for anyone that will listen and reading just about anything she can get her hands on. “Taming the Bachelor” is her first published book but her first series was written at the age of eight and illustrated with crayon. Look for the next book, “Taming the Playboy” early fall 2013. She loves to hear from fans, fellow writers and book lovers. Find her online at or on Twitter @mjcarnalauthor

Product Details

  • File Size: 515 KB
  • Print Length: 407 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1489554408
  • Publication Date: June 26, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #347,359 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So I started out the first of this book like this : OH WOW this book is HOT and AWESOME! Loved it!
I ended it like this: That was f-ing dumb.
Why? Because these characters went from adults to adolescents in 2.5 seconds flat. I could not, COULD NOT believe how the "hero" Mark behaved in this book. Then that stupid biatch sister came in and I wanted to strangle her and him both. Here he is "planning his future with our heroine Sophie" but doing it all behind her back, sneaking around with the sister, thinking how hot the sister is, not telling anyone what he's doing or that the girl he's with is the older sister. Nope, keeping it all a secret. The sister is even like "Oh by the way I'm moving in cause I say so". So when word gets around that he's running around town with another woman, and Sophie gets upset, both Mark and the sister Layla blame Sophie for acting so angry about it when OBVIOUSLY it was a surprise. I mean DUH, why would she take him sneaking around and lying to her negatively? Ugh. The author just about degraded Sophie to me. I could not believe that she would come back basically on her knees to get poor, abused, hurt Mark to forgive her. I mean, why would you write that, this is not a strong heroine or a good hero? I don't get how anyone would think this ending was acceptable. If you want a HEA, I can't tell you that's what you'll get with this book. I didn't see that. I saw a divorce in about 2 months and possibly a visit with Jerry Springer between the crazy dumb sister and the weak hero and heroine. 1 star for cover alone.
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This book really started off good and had my attention with the premise of the good girl finding love from the manwhore and her changing him....yada yada yada. But then half way through, I found myself hating him and her stupid sister. I hated the flirting that transpires between the hero and the heroines sister, and the sister's comments about him being hot. I hated how they picked out a house together and an engagement ring for the heroine behind her back, as a surprise. She hadn't even talked to her sister in years and he just assumed it was ok to have her involved and move in with him. It just pissed me off!!! And to top it all off, they get mad at her for misunderstanding all of the things going on behind her back and then she travels to get him back. I say the jackass can have the sister, the heroine would be better off. I wish the author would've been more sympathetic towards her character. I hated the sister and honestly have no desire to read the neck next book about her.
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This book had such HUGE potential, I was getting into it and was feeling really good about it... I have read nothing but crap lately and I was so excited to finally find something good then, BAM!! It starts turning corny and the writing was getting extremely confusing, I had to back track a few times to realize who was saying what.

I am a person who comes from a very close family, we are always hugging telling each other "I Love you" but Mark and Molly's relationship towards the beginning of the book was a bit too close for me. There were a few things that were said from Mark that I thought there was a typo and instead of someone else's name it said Molly.

Sophie and Layla reminded me of another pair of sisters from another book. We have the shy one that gets the bad boy that will never settle down, then we have Layla the over bubbly, extremely confident "sexy" sister who will eventually end up with the other playboy.

I could get into so much more with this book as in the weird/sneaky/instant relationship between Layla and Mark. The tattoos that were mentioned but not really mentioned? I feel like I was missing something there.

If I had a dollar for every book I've read with this same plot I would be forever rich. I'm not trying to be mean but if you want to be an author dig deep, think of something original. I feel as though this was 4 different books that I have read already combined and it flopped for me big time. I wasn't going to even finish it but decided to skim the last 20% of the book to give it a fair review.
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It's been a while since I wrote a review, but with this one I couldn't just let it pass. SPOILER: the plot with the h sister was the most ridiculous and unbelievable of all the unbelievable plots in books. I know this is a work of fantasy and ficction, but don't underestimate the reader. If the H had met the sister before it was acceptable to ask her to help get a engagement ring, but fly someone you never met and hide her from your girlfriend who caught her exboyfriend cheating on her, and have her staying with him, and H thinking she was hot and she saying to him how hot he is :not mature, at all. And also having said sister to help him to pick out a house that the h would like... PLEASE... I think the COUPLE should make this IMPORTANT decision together. How come they expected this situation not to backfire on them? And they blamed the h for not believe in the "innocense" of the situation. And she had to beg the H for forgiveness. And also said sister was the H date in all the H sister wedding functions after the h found out abou their plan. The H said the sister was his light in this dark situation. At this point I was laughing.
I read the reviews before starting the book, but I paid for it and decided to go through it. When I get to the sister part, as I was reading it I just thought to myself how can someone think that was a normal behavior and even romantic.
And not to be unfair I asked 23 people among friends and family both men and women and told them this part of the story and every single one thought it was ridiculous , dumb and immature.
I'm not reading the other books in this series being this one the first it left a terrible impression
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