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review 2014-11-19 16:23
Where I Belong by J. Daniels
Where I Belong - J. Daniels

3 stars

 

Oh dear. Where should I start?

 

So many loose ends.

 

 

We have a female main character of twenty-three, whom we know nothing about. Okay, she looked after her mother. What else? Did she have a job? Did she go to college? Why is she suddenly so eager to surrender her v-card to an absolute stranger after holding on to it for so long?

 

After 223 pages, I still have no idea.

 

Furthermore, I found the story quite dull after reaching the point where Ben and Mia turned into a couple. The other book I was reading at the time won the competition for most thrilling hobby, so this one ended up on hold for a while.

 

Now onto the good stuff.

 

Nolan is just the cutest child ever. Points for creating him are in order.

 

And Ben. The daddy. He is most definitely mouth-watering.

 

 

I'd have some of that for breakfast, lunch, dinner and (hourly) snacks.

 

I was expecting better from the author of "Sweet Addiction". That book rocked my world big time.

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review 2014-10-04 16:01
Sweet Addiction by J. Daniels
Sweet Addiction - Jessica Daniels,J. Daniels

4,5 stars

 

 

This is book is a sweet, five-tier cake of pure amazingness. With each bite, your addiction intensifies and more sooner than later you find yourself facing an almost gone cake. My relationship with this book was like that. I craved it like a junkie.

 

A baker (Dylan) falls into an accountant's lap at a wedding (literally), they have a scorching hot meeting in the men's bathroom and BOOM!, their relationship begins to build. It's total insta-lust, the believable kind. Seriously, who wouldn't want to hook up with Reese? I mean, he has got to be one of the sexiest book-boyfriends ever created.

 

 

Dylan and Reese f*ck a lot. Like A LOT. Like ten or more sex scenes in one book. They are perpetually horny.

 

 

But Dylan and Reese are more than f*ck-buddies, they share beautiful, swoonworthy moments, as well as the fanning yourself kind of moments. I absolutely loved them all.

 

 

Of course, I could never forget to mention Joey and Juls, Dylan's best friends and my biggest source of amusement! The three of them have an amazing dynamic that I really enjoyed witnessing.

 

This was probably the best freebie I have ever come across. I would pay for this. Seriously, what a great book. Witty, sexy and an overall good-time. Definitely a favorite!

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review 2012-08-29 00:00
Cruel & Unusual (Kay Scarpetta Mysteries)
Cruel & Unusual - Patricia Cornwell http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1025097.Patricia_Cornwell#
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review 2012-06-12 00:00
All That Remains (Patricia Cornwell)
All That Remains - Patricia Cornwell Overall I was less impressed by this one but I still liked it! The story was less thrilling than the last two and more political but still enjoyable.
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review 2010-06-21 00:00
Cruel & Unusual - Patricia Cornwell Listened to the abridged version. Much easier to tolerate because, as I've said before, her writing style isn't the greatest. This was clear-cut and concise. Right down to the heart of the story without all the fluff. The stuff with her niece is almost unreasonable. I don't know many teenagers who act like that, but I guess I know at least one. It's so convenient that she's a computer genius and 7 years older than she was in the first book. Did that much time really fly by?
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