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Wanted (Most Wanted) Paperback – January 7, 2014
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“If you’re looking for a steamy new . . . series, Wanted is just the book.”—Harlequin Junkie
“This is one of the best books in this genre I have read this year.”—KT Book Reviews
“Wanted by J. Kenner is the whole package! A toe-curling smokin’ hot read, full of incredible characters and a brilliant storyline that you won’t be able to get enough of. I can’t wait for the next book in this series. . . . I’m hooked!”—Flirty & Dirty Book Blog
“J. Kenner has written an edgy storyline that will fascinate and keep you wondering.”—The Reading Cafe
“Suffice it to say, I was hooked in the first few chapters. It was hot, it was sexy, and it really shows that J. Kenner knows how to write in this genre. I can’t wait to get my hands on Heated, the next book in the series, and see whose hands get on whom. Enjoy!”—Eager Reader
“I loved this story! It had substance, lovable characters, and unexpected discoveries. And the love between Evan and Angelina was passionate, explosive, and utterly wonderful.”—Part of That World
“I don’t know if I have enough adjectives to describe the hotness of this book. . . . Julie Kenner writes a heck of a story and I am definitely a fan!”—About That Story
“J. Kenner writes a compelling . . . story about two people with many secrets. . . . Whenever Evan and Angie are together, the air sizzles with tension.”—Cocktails and Books
“Wanted is another J. Kenner masterpiece. . . . This was an intriguing look at self-discovery and forbidden love all wrapped into a neat little action suspense package. There was plenty of sexual tension and eventually action. Evan was hot, hot, hot! Together, they were combustible. But can we expect anything less from J. Kenner?”—Reading Haven
About the Author
J. Kenner is the New York Times bestselling author of Release Me, Claim Me, and Complete Me. She spent more than ten years as a litigator in Southern California and central Texas, using her rare free time to indulge in her passion of writing. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughters.
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It seemed like all of the interesting stuff happened at the end... but, I was already checked out of the story by that time and couldn't find my way back.
I enjoyed some of the intimate moments between Evan and Angie but then other times I wanted to stick a ball gag in their mouths. These two were extremely chatty during sex... especially Evan. Be quiet and get on with it people... life is short! I skimmed through the sex scenes... same 'ole, same 'ole...
If you are not a fan of the couple hooking up past the 50% mark then you might not like this book. It is a long wait. I don't personally care about that sort of thing but I've noticed that some people get highly annoyed when this happens. So, just a heads up!
I really wish I liked this one more, but it just wasn't meant to be...
Angelina Raine...aka Angie..aka "Lina" is sorta like two people. There's "Lina" who is a wild girl wanting the thrill that shoplifting dumb junk brings her, or going to strip clubs, etc....and then there's Angie, the straight laced girl who tries to live up to her Senator fathers' political expectations and aspirations.....toeing the line and being all things good and proper. Except Angie is boring and it's not Angelina at all. She's totally "Lina". Confused yet?
When Angelina is 16, her older sister is murdered which profoundly changes Angies' life forever. She becomes serious about life and the direction she wants to go..that is, Politics. But the first time she meets Evan Black, she feels something more than an innocent crush. She wants him with an intensity that grows to an inferno through the years. She basically becomes obsessed with him. Just being near him gives her an exciting rush that the wild girl within her craves.
Evan Black is a slow burn of sin and seduction...always looking as if he owns the world and everything in it. He has a chiseled, handsome face with a body to match. He's confidently strong, taking control of a room with nothing more than a glance. He's also into "shady" business ventures....keeping one step ahead of the FBI.
With a description that this author gives (of Evan Black), it was kind of hard for Ms. Kenner to top...or at the very least, to maintain. Evan Black's mysterious persona slowly deteriorates and loses his sizzle. Somewhere during the story, he becomes more and more human...losing his delicious mystique and dark side. At least for me...
I really wanted to like this story. I tried very hard to like it. I mean, I looked forward to knowing more about Mr. Black for so long.. (from the Stark Trilogy)...waiting and waiting.... And he was almost everything I had anticipated in a strong, macho, dominant character. Character description of him were absolutely perfect. He's commanding, captivating and complex. I loved him.
But Angelina was almost annoying and I just couldn't see someone like Evan Black giving her much notice, much less being interested in her. On top of that, there's no description of Angelina. Nothing. I mean, it isn't until ¾ of the way through the book that we find out she's a brunette! Weak character descriptions leave me floundering. I just need to know WHAT Evan Black see's in Angie. We're never told what draws him to her...beyond basic attraction. But...WHAT? I wanna know!?!
The plot of this story was kinda' predictable at times. (I mean, ya just KNOW that what's supposed to be a fake, is actually authentic and is going to have to be remedied). Didn't take much brain power to figure that out long before revelations came.
As much as I like stories that are not trilogies or cliff hangers...as much as I like stories that stand alone and we don't have to wait for the next installment...I think this story would've done better with a second installment. The ending simply wrapped up too quickly...and the secrets revealed weren't really any major deal.