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Terms of Service by [Nichols, Emma]
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  • File Size: 2476 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523708336
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015VKB8KY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,884 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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*sigh* So, not what I was expecting after reading the blurb.

Hannah Matthews is in a bind. She needs to find a solution to her financial problems, so she comes up with the perfect solution--finding herself a sugar daddy. How hard can that be? She's pretty, charming and can hold a decent conversation. Plus it will give her the time she needs to save some money to make a better life for herself and her girls.

Gavin Meyers is definitely not looking for a relationship. Currently going through a divorce from a woman who proved to be nothing like she portrayed herself to be, Gavin is looking for some revenge. So what better way to feel better about himself than by reeling Hannah in and then pulling the rug right from under her? But what he was not expecting was to be drawn to Hannah's presence or her girls. Soon he finds himself thinking about what could be instead of exacting his revenge.

I think my biggest mistake when I started reading this story was that I had made assumptions as to what to expect from it. I expected a bit more chemistry and a lot more heat. Sadly, it didn't live up to my expectations nor did it leave a lasting impression. I attribute this to the characters. Both Gavin and Hannah lacked that 'je ne sais quoi' quality that would make them stand out in a story. In truth, I found them both boring and simple. There wasn't anything about them that stood out, nothing that interested me enough to invest myself in their lives. And that alone, put me off from conjuring any interest in their story.

I do think that Emma Nichols came up with a great concept, she just didn't back it up properly. There was too much whiplash-inducing ramblings, unnecessary miscommunication and lack of chemistry and/or connection.
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One ad will change the circumstances and the future of two heartbroken divorcees.

People change. Motives change. Situations can change.

For six months, Hannah Matthews has held it together as best she can for her twin girls. On Labor Day, she returned from their vacation only to discover her husband had cleaned out the apartment and bank account, but left the bills. Over-educated and under-employed, her lease has increased, her income hasn’t, and she's forced to seek an unconventional living situation.

Affluent businessman Gavin Meyers is looking for someone to punish since his divorce has left him bitter and wounded. When his lawyer suggests he find a hobby, he can only think of one: revenge. When he spots a personal ad for a sugar daddy, he knows this woman will suffice.

Keeping it perfectly legal, he has a lawyer draft a contract, the Terms of Service for their new life together. It seems cut and dried, but love, lust, and revenge are complications that defy every perfect plan. (Amazon blurb)

How is a woman to survive when all she knows and trusts has been destroyed? Hannah may have done what many believe is irreprensible or horrible for posting an ad in the newspaper for a ‘sugar daddy’, but from my point of view, it takes more self assurance and confidence to put that ad in a newspaper and accept to sign a contract for the sake of her daughters (because there is nothing the majority of parents will not do for their children). As for Gavin, even though he accepted Hannah’s ad, he didn’t have to accommodate her twin daughters. He wanted revenge yet love destroyed a great part of his plans ever since his wife’s and sister’s betrayal.
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Two people with different circumstances that make them suspect of the opposite sex enter a "mutually beneficial" contract that was doomed from the start. Both had very justifiable reasons to "dislike" their previous spouses and had built up walls to protect their shattered hearts. I enjoyed watching Hannah come out of her shell and regain her confidence and trust in herself. I thought Gavin would be a real jerk, but he turned out to be a heartbroken man dealing with a situation where he had emotionally shut himself down in self preservation. I would love to see a sequel, which the author does so well, to this to see the growth in these characters. This is an adult book that I highly recommend!
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I got this book yesterday free from Amazon, and I really had no intention of reading it quite yet. Then I made a terrible mistake: I flipped to the first page and started reading. By midnight I was seeing double and had to sign off for the night. When I woke up, I reached for my Kindle and started reading - before coffee or toothbrush, etc. Then I stopped, realizing how nuts I was acting. That said, I really, truly loved this book. Gavin and Hannah were perfect for each other, but not because either of them was perfect, that's for sure! They were both broken long before they met. His "perfectly planned" marriage after college violently imploded when he arrived home early one afternoon and found his wife in bed with his sister. He knew his sister was a lesbian; finding out his wife was also? Not so easy to accept. Hannah and her twin daughters also arrived home early to a similar shock. Her husband had taken literally everything they jointly owned and moved in with a stripper. The savings account that Hannah had built up so carefully was empty, and the apartment's lease was ending in thirty days. She was left with a college degree and no work experience, two children in preschool, and no money whatsoever. The ad she placed on a personals site for a live-in job provided the original name for this book: "Sugar Daddy." From this incredibly depressing beginning, this author actually gives us a beautiful love story, full of laughter and surprises and even hope for the future. I'm not kidding about those five stars in my rating. Get it while it's still free on Amazon, and see for yourself why I say this is a story you will never forget.
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