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Yes, Mr. Van Der Wells (Not Another Billionaire Romance) by [Cole, S. Ann]
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  • File Size: 1075 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: S. Ann Cole; 1 edition (February 16, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 16, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BHI5WPQ
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Charlotte Cooley isn’t the same girl that she used to be. She’s no longer the inquisitive and precocious teen that dared an overweight billionaire to run with her in the park.

That girl disappeared three years ago after her entire world was turned upside down. Now, she’s on the run from an abusive boyfriend with nothing but the clothes on her back. But a chance encounter with another gorgeous jogger is about to change all of that.

Noah “Nate” Van Der Wells isn’t quite the same either. After years of neglect and a brush with death, he decided reinvent himself. Now he’s exactly the kind of man that every socialite in the city wants to sink her claws into.

He’s never forgotten the girl that inspired him to change his life and now that he’s found her again, he’s not going to let her go.

Yes, Mr. Van Der Wells is unlike any other book that I’ve ever read. The characters are quirky and the dialog is off the wall but it’s the story itself that really stands out.

It’s a chaotic and tumultuous tale of finding true love and hanging on with everything that you have – and S. Ann Cole makes it one that you won’t soon forget…
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I loved this story. All of it. Reckless Lotty and Rational Lotty..that was interesting! I love books where the characters text and email each other. I'm ready for part 2 - where Kiki swallows her pride and gets Muscles back and then part 3 for Qs story :)
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Great writing, decent heroine and plenty of funny banter. What I didnt like was the hero. After reading what the book was about, I sat down expecting to read about an alpha hero obsessed with the heroine, a man who wanted to make her his, own her, possess her, sort of like the blurb promises. Instead we get a hero who (spoilers ahead) is insanely hot and cold, one minute he wants her, the next he pushes her away. The first half of the book is heroine pursuing him and him rejecting her. I kept waiting for the hero to put everything else aside and focus on getting the heroine, but he is just an ass. Despite rejecting her and pushing her away, he gets mad when she flirts with other men and at one point the heroine asks him if he wants to be the one to be in her bed that night (they are at a nightclub) to which he actually replies: "No, but I dont want anyone else to be either." He doesn't want her, but he doesn't want anyone else to have her either. Really? To make matter worse, this doesn't even phase the heroine. I kept waiting for her to stand up to him and say something about the way he was acting, but she never did. She would sometimes think it, but not say it.
Heroine also told him she was in love with him, he didnt say it back for a long time, just was all happy that she said it. I thought with a blurb like that, he would at least say it back right away, if not be the one to admit it first, seeing as he wanted to own her and all that.
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Yes, Mr. Van der Wells by S. Ann Cole, was such a wonderful and different take on a billionaire romance. It felt real and as it says it is NOT a regular old billionaire story. This book follows Charlotte Cooley and her mess of a life at the young age of 19. We get a pretty good prologue told by Nate Van der Wells and it packs quite the punch. Nate finds that his lifelong crush, who happens to be his wife, Sienna has been cheating on him. He isn't your average young billionaire. He's almost 300 pounds and none of its muscle. He loves his food and refuses to change that. Even after a health scare in the private investigators office. When he gets caught lying saying he's going to the gym but headed for the bakery his 16 year old neighbor, Charlotte Cooley, bets him $50 he won't run with her. One day Charlotte's dad gets busted for embezzlement and Charlotte and her mom disappear. But Nate keeps running. Fast forward 3 years and we are now in Charlotte's mind. She is broke, jobless , and in an abusive relationship with a man named Andrew. She drives his cab when he let's her to earn money . After catching him cheating, again, and getting hurt again, she is driving looking for a fate when a man only clad in his underwear is being chased by a man wielding throwing knives. He gets in and asks to be taken home. She follows him into his penthouse apartment waiting to be paid and notices his place is a mess. They run into each other again at the park and she asks if she can be a live in housemaid. From there things look up until she finds out who he is and that he lied to her. See when he introduced himself he said his name was Noah but he's really Nate. They have a running roller coaster of flirting, jealousy and demons to fight both separate and together.Read more ›
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The blurb for Mr. Van Der Wells was interesting and to me, the book lived up to it. While I didn't looooove it, I didn't hate it either. S. Ann Cole gave her readers some characters that were a little out of the "norm box" and I appreciated it. The review will be a bit vague as to not spoil any storylines.

"He likes to stare. I like to talk. I'm a natural pain in the a$$, and he's just mercurial. Welp. Dinner with Mr. Van Der Wells should be interesting." - Lotty

And that's what I liked about her, she said what she thought. Charlotte Cooley was born into money, lived on the Upper East Side and just as quickly, found herself broke in Brooklyn. She's a different girl than the one left behind three years ago. Lotty has learned to scrimp and save, as well a hustle on the streets when she needed to. The last hustle is what had her past and present crashing into each other.

"I have no foundation, nothing real, solid or substantial. I'm emptier than a plastic bag drifting in the wind." -Lotty

Noah Van Der Well also isn't the same man Lotty left behind. He finally hit rock bottom in a way, and decided to make some major changes. Still feeling like something was missing, Noah quickly learned what that something was when he ran into her again.

We meet Noah and Lotty in the past in the first chapters then move to three years later. I thought Noah's story was great and Lotty's a little hard to grasp. On one hand I understood because of the money situation and on the other, I was surprised a girl like her would put up with what she did. That said, I loved Lotty's quick wit and how sexually confident she was at such a young age.

The book was well written with a cast of characters to help keep the story interesting.
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