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Conscious Decisions of the Heart (More Heat Than The Sun Book 2) - John Wiltshire
Conscious Decisions of the Heart (More Heat Than The Sun Book 2)
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4.43 75
Format: kindle
Pages no: 278
Edition language: English
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A Gandy Girl
A Gandy Girl rated it
5.0 Conscious Decisions of the Heart
This series has kinda knocked me on my ass. In a way, I am thankful that I originally DNF the first book at 11%. I clearly was not in the right frame of mind at the time for this series or this couple. I was irritated and therefore my feelings were screwed. So taking this on a second time, I kne...
MomoWymack rated it
Hi. I'm not really writing a review, just my impressions of things. The first book in this series did not work for me, but I had heard from many that the books get better-they were right. I did enjoy this one. There was a time in the beginning when Nik was getting the WTF eyes from me, but mostly I...
...Bookfanatic rated it
4.0 And the award for Literature's most dysfunctional couple of the year goes to...
...very possibly Ben and what'shisname? Yep, I refuse to give him a name because honestly, I'm not sure what the hell his name is. Ok, seriously for the sake of argument we'll let him be Nikolas for now, but honestly guys don't get to attached to it because I'm pretty sure it's going to change. Th...
Tessi4M rated it
5.0 Conscious Decisions of the Heart (More Heat Than The Sun Book 2)
What a ride. This one was a huge step up from the first one in the series. Love is a Stranger was good, sure, but I didn't quite get what the hype was about.This one I really loved. It was an amazing action-packed ride. There was suspense, pain, angst and nail-biting moments. And as much as I wanted...
KatieMc rated it
4.0 top ten reasons I will keep reading about Nik and Ben
I have a love/hate thing going with Nik and Ben. It's easy to list what I don't like about these books (misogynist rants, crazy and meandering plot lines, no lube ever...), but I am hard pressed to articulate why I actually do enjoy them. So, as an exercise to understand this strange attraction, ...
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