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review 2017-11-14 18:45
Book Review: André (Uncompromising #3) By Sybil Bartel
Andre - Sybil Bartel

 

* I was provided an eARC of this novel by the author in exchange of an honest review.

 

I'm so glad I gave this series another chance after reading the first novel. It's proved to be so good! My expectations were surpassed and I loved every second of it. I'm already anxiously awaiting for more books in this series.

 

I'm not the biggest fan of Kendall, but I can respect where she's coming from. I didn't like how she would turn her rage on and off at the drop of a hat. All the pointless arguments with André and her bringing up her apparent death wish were getting old. She was so unpredictable in her actions and her words. As much as I liked her feistiness, I wouldn't want to interact with her with a ten-foot pole.

 

I'm glad André finally got his book! He's played the side character for long enough. It was nice getting to know him and how fierce and in control, he needs to be to run his company. Kendall was a handful since he met her and, in a way, they were perfect for each other.

 

On a completely separate note, I can't wait for Hero to get his book! His 'ending' with Kendall was bittersweet and heartbreaking, in a way. He needs a chance at a real happy ending. 

 

One last note: Would it have killed anyone to write in a condom in this story? I was cringingly awaiting for the pregnancy plot twist to drop for SO long. I'm glad it didn't. Better safe than sorry is my motto for life though.

 

My Favorite Quotes:

 

 

"Save yourself, little one. (...) Because no one else will."

 

"Sarcasm wasn't my best friend, it was my lover."

 

"Your past will either define you or motivate you. It is a choice."

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review 2017-11-05 13:07
GAPS cookbook
GAPS Introduction Diet Cookbook: 100 Del... GAPS Introduction Diet Cookbook: 100 Delicious & Nourishing Recipes for Stages 1 to 6 - Andre Parker

This cookbook is supposed to help people who are having to change their eating habits. While I would probably follow this if I was alone, it would not work in this family or house. Just like other diets, I have tried, having to cook 2 or 3 meals for every meal would make it an impossible task and would not be followed. If you do have to follow this diet, I would recommend the book. 

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review 2017-10-10 02:56
You Do Something To Me (New York Sullivans 3) - Bella Andre

With each new book in the Sullivan family series, I seem to fall in love with the hero each and every time. We had met Alec in the other books and he always seemed a bit harder than the other members of his family, so imagine my surprise when I not only fell in love with him, but he became one of my most favorite characters in the series to date.

Cordelia and Alec are as opposite as opposites can be at first glance. Alec is a partner in a billion dollar aviation business and Cordelia is happily running her little nursery in a small town. She wants nothing to do with the business she is inheriting from the birth father she never met. I loved that Alec was all ready to be all business about offering a buy out package until he saw Cordelia the first time.

I have to say I adored the instant connection between Alec and Cordelia. I felt like they each just understood each other on a level no one else ever had. Add in the smoking hot chemistry between them, and I fell so hard for them as a couple.

Each of the New York Sullivan children have every right to have issues with their father, and I so understood Alec being less inclined to be ready to forgive and have his father be a main part of his life. I think because of the time he spent with Cordelia and seeing her be open to forgiving her birth father, it helped put him on the path to forgiving his father.

I really did love everything about You Do Something to Me. It was filled with love, passion, laughter, and tears. I love a book that makes me feel so many emotions at once, and Bella Andre is a master of emotion. I highly recommend not only this book but all the books in the Sullivan Family series.

Rating: 5 Stars (A+)

Review copy provided by publisher

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review 2017-10-02 23:45
You Do Something To Me (The Sullivans: New York) by Bella Andre
You Do Something To Me (New York Sullivans 3) - Bella Andre

 

Alec and Cordelia's story may seem like a bad cliche, but in reality it's a valid life lesson.  You Do Something To Me is about appreciating the blessings of fate and learning from the painful moments faced along the way.  It's not always pretty, but the feedback is worth each bump in the road.  These people entered each other lives at a time when they needed each other most.  From the pain of loss, to the trappings of instant fame, wealth and the surprising twists headed their way, the secret heir and the wealthy playboy change each other's lives in a big way. One obvious lesson to me is once a Sullivan takes over a heart there's no way to ever get it back.  Something author and characters have in common.

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review 2017-10-02 00:00
You Do Something to Me
You Do Something to Me - Bella Andre You Do Something to Me - Bella Andre Alec and Cordelia's story may seem like a bad cliche, but in reality it's a valid life lesson. You Do Something To Me is about appreciating the blessings of fate and learning from the painful moments faced along the way. It's not always pretty, but the feedback is worth each bump in the road. These people entered each other lives at a time when they needed each other most. From the pain of loss, to the trappings of instant fame, wealth and the surprising twists headed their way, the secret heir and the wealthy playboy change each other's lives in a big way. One obvious lesson to me is once a Sullivan takes over a heart there's no way to ever get it back. Something author and characters have in common.
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