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Underneath It All (The Walsh Series Book 1) by [Canterbary, Kate]
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"Let me tell you what I want... More. Of. This.Series." - Give Me Books
 
"Lauren and Matt had more than just hot chemistry. Ifelt it all the ups, the downs, the supper highsssssssssssss. The heat here offthe charts. The emotions pulled out of me during this read were completelyengaging." - The Book Junkie Reads
 
"Loved Lauren's snark and Matt's extreme alpha dirtytalking self. I cannot wait to see what else is in store for the rest of theWalsh clan." - After Dark Book Lovers
 
"INSANE SEXUAL Chemistry." - LightningCity Book Reviews
 
"The banter between these two was sizzling and sexy butalso funny and fierce." - Sizzling Pages Romance Reviews

About the Author

Kate Canterbary is the author of the Walsh series. She started out reporting for an indie arts and entertainment newspaper, and she has been writing and surreptitiously interviewing people-be careful sitting down next to her on an airplane-ever since. Kate lives on the water in New England. Visit her at katecanterbary.com.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 707 KB
  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0990957314
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Vesper Press (October 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: October 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OPCH6D8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,057 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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All I can think right now is the phrase “thank you , thank you, thank you” . I needed this type of read like you can’t even imagine. I went in expecting maybe something witty and funny and a whole lot of sexy with that synopsis. What I got was that an so freaking much more. Matthew had me as putty in his hands from the moment he started having x-rated thoughts about Lauren. For this guy she was the total opposite of what he usually went after but it didn’t stop her from knocking him to his knees. From their first night together it was pure fireworks.

The banter between these two was sizzling and sexy but also funny and fierce. Like two tornadoes trying to see who could cause the most havoc. They just fed off of each other with intense electricity. Lauren's dirty inner vixen fed the alpha male over the top caveman in Matt and I adored every single moment they spent together.

This intense attraction sent Matt and Lauren both on a tailspin. Matt knew from the first moment and didn’t hide that he wanted more from Lauren. His thoughts had me swooning so many times.

Lauren was the mystery in this story. Why she did and thought the way she did have me so confused most of the time. I started understanding her more by the end and even with her little push pull routine I felt her struggle the entire time. It’s like her mind was saying one thing and her body and heart a whole different song was being sung.

Matt he was perfection with a genius brain and still I wanted to picture him with a tool belt even if I know that he’s the one telling those guys what to do with said tools.

I can’t say enough how much I adored this amazing story.

I can already tell that I'm anxiously awaiting Patrick’s book. I've added Underneath it All to my favorites of all times shelf and I am so happy I spent this day with Matt and Lauren and this crazy and passionate cast of characters.
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Thoughts: If I had known I'd have a hot architect balls deep inside of me before the end of the weekend, I'd have made time for a pedicure...Now, who's attention wouldn't be caught with that very first sentence? That attention grabbing sentence was obviously meant to do just that, and it worked! Unfortunately, the rest of it failed to really deliver - at least for me. I just wasn't feeling the characters at all, didn't feel the connection, and there were just things that bugged me. For instance, going on and on about Lauren and her teaching, for example, but then turning around and - for what feels like forever! -going on and on about her dad's military career, which for the most part didn't seem pertinent to the story at all. I get that she is a military brat, but to me it just felt thrown in there and the timing of it seemed to detract from the story from me from her actual job - teaching. I also never really got her whole issue against relationships and why she felt she couldn't have one and her teaching career, too. Her resistance against it didn't make any sense, and Matthew putting up with it made even less so. Perhaps it's just me, but I didn't love it, and I didn't hate it either....it just never really seemed to come together fully for me.

Rate: C+
Review by: Sarah
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I don’t know if it was the author’s intention or not, but I spent the majority of this book disliking the heroine. And loving the hero. Matthew was just wonderful. I liked him from start to finish but I was angry with Lauren and the way she pushed him away and the way she treated him for the majority of the book. If the secondary characters and the sex weren’t so well done and entertaining, I may have put this one down and walked away. But I am glad that I didn’t. Lauren redeemed herself in the end so I have to forgive her and move on. Matthew got his happy and that is good enough for me. The journey to get to that happy was full of smoking hot sex scenes and a lot of frustration.

I was sold on this book by the first line of the synopsis, “If I had known I'd have a hot architect balls deep inside of me before the end of the weekend, I'd have made time for a pedicure.” I thought for sure I was going to love the heroine. But she was not what I expected and I liked Matthew, so any slight against him had me putting my hackles up. Matthew’s siblings, on the other hand, are delightful and I am really looking forward to more in The Walshes series. Kate Canterbary is a wonderful writer. The dialogue in this book was exceptional. Lots of humor and information gleaned from it and it was all very natural. The first half of the book was a little slow for me, though it may have been me wishing Lauren and her walls away that made it drag because the second half was great. The Walshes are a neat blend of characters and siblings. Shannon and Riley made this book more appealing for me and I really enjoyed that missing sister, Erin, was still a character albeit a virtual one through her emails with Matthew. I hope she gets a book in the series. For now, I am going to be happy with Matthew and Lauren’s story. Despite my feelings for Lauren, this was a really good read. Both in story and quality. The Space Between is next in my reading line up for sure.
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Overall, I liked the author's writing style and general plot, but there were a lot of repetitive love scenes. The worst
part in my opinion was, though, that the heroine was EXTREMELY annoying. For basically the whole book, she says she can't have a real relationship because of her job...while her job is going well and the main characters are, for all intents and purposes, having a real relationship. I just didn't understand or buy her issues at all. I liked the hero's family, but don't know that I want to read the subsequent books if they will have such flimsy conflict between the couples.
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