Publish date: April 13th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 172
Edition language: English
Series: Something in Common (#1)
3.5 starsWell, it’s an easy, pleasant read. I liked it, but it was missing something. Maybe if the author had fleshed out some of the day-to-day story. The middle of the book seemed like it was one sex scene after another. The in between times were fade to black. A little backwards, in my mind. The ...
This was much too sweet for my liking. I also didn't find the humor funny, let alone grown men rolling on the floor laughing because of some lines. Insta-love, insta-move-in, both mothers are pint size, most brothers are gay. I'm sorry to say, this book just wasn't for me.
Although I have to question the use of Spanish during sex from a character that really has no reason to be using it, it was a nice, easy read. only took a couple evenings. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
I blame Aleksandr Voinov, Josh Lanyon, Jordan Castillo Price, Amy Lane, J.L. Langley, Tere Michaels, Kaje Harper, Z.A. Maxfield, Heidi Cullinan, Abigail Roux, Marie Sexton, Megan Derr, Anne Tenino, M.L. Rhodes, Cardeno C., J.P. Barnaby (who I can barely read without feeling so emotionally drained th...