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review 2018-09-05 09:10
Book Blitz w/Review - Forget You, Ethan

 

Forget You, Ethan

by Whitney G.

 

 

Publication Date: August 2, 2018

Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance

 

 

 

Read for FREE in KindleUnlimited: Amazon

 

**Keep your friends close and your enemies closer…**

 

I’ve hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she’s the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowing to never talk to each other again when we went off to college. But that was until she showed up at my apartment during my senior year and asked me for a temporary place to stay. Until I realized just how much between us had changed, and the line I thought we’d never cross became harder and harder to ignore…

 

 

 

 

 

Forget You, Ethan (Forget You Ethan, #1)Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Rachel has hated her neighbor since she was a young girl. He was always everywhere she looked. He was always someone to hate. He was always her strongest friend and confidante. She hated it.

Ethan had hated Rachel since he was small. Why would seeing her after several years change how he feels? Maybe he felt this way for a while. Maybe they are more than enemies. Maybe it is time to find out.

This story was a bit of a surprise. I thought the characters and their banter was great. I was not a big fan of the back and forth. For those wondering what that meant, I mean I dislike it when there are flashbacks in a book. I find it disruptive. This was a bit hard to follow, but the ending is more than worth the wait.


***This copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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About Whitney G.:

 

Whitney G. is a twenty-eight-year-old optimist who is obsessed with travel, tea, and great coffee. She’s also a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of several contemporary novels, and the cofounder of The Indie Tea–an inspirational blog for indie romance authors.

 

When she’s not chatting with readers on her Facebook Page, you can find her on her website at http://www.whitneygbooks.com or on instagram: @whitneyg.author.

 

(If she’s not in either of those places, she’s probably locked away working on another crazy story.)

 

 

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review 2018-09-04 07:33
Fight
Forget You, Ethan - Whitney G.

Rachel has hated her neighbor since she was a young girl.  He was always everywhere she looked.  He was always someone to hate.  He was always her strongest friend and confidante.  She hated it.

 

Ethan had hated Rachel since he was small.  Why would seeing her after several years change how he feels?  Maybe he felt this way for a while.  Maybe they are more than enemies.  Maybe it is time to find out.

 

This story was a bit of a surprise.  I thought the characters and their banter was great.  I was not a big fan of the back and forth.  For those wondering what that meant, I mean I dislike it when there are flashbacks in a book.  I find it disruptive.  This was a bit hard to follow, but the ending is more than worth the wait.  I give this a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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text 2018-06-25 11:07
BLOG TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - That's My Ethan by Tarian P.S.
That's My Ethan - Tarian P.S.
This is our story, mine and Ethan’s.


It is our story about two gay men, (well, one gay and one bi), beating the false pretenses that gay men can’t know love at first sight, let alone stay together, happily ever after. They are all wrong.


I’m not a gay married man, I’m a happily married gay man.


And I am going to prove it.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 


They met in college. Damir was a player in every sense of the word and proud of it– Ethan wanted nothing to do with the game; yet neither would deny the attraction they shared was too potent to resist. So what are two young men to do when the lines are too irresistible not to cross? A safeword.


It was a lifestyle structure that gave them the means to grow together, even as they struggled to understand it along the way. But what never wavered was who they’d set their goals to be with. Sometimes you just know. The challenge is making it possible.

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.com/2018/06/blog-tour-review-giveaway-thats-my.html
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review 2018-06-24 20:05
Love me tomorrow, won't you please. Promise me...
Love Me Tomorrow - Ethan Day,Jason M Frazier

Love me tomorrow like today...

 

Ok if you recognize the song that these words are from...stop it your age is showing...lol!!! I'm so glad I'm not alone on that by the way.

 

I loved this one from start to finish this story worked for me. I loved the humor. I loved that Jake was a fan of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons...*waves hand* me too. Sorry I've been known to geek out over the silliest things and this just made me smile.

 

I loved most of the secondary characters Levi's mom was awesome, as were Antonio (I think that was his name) he was one of Levi's employee's who had a thing for Levi and while he was a bit of a serial flirter he didn't cross lines...much, Jake's sister, Julia, his parents were idiots mind you. but that's ok they were suppose to be, Jake's friends sorry I can't remember their names and there were a few others that graced the pages of this story and I enjoyed them but Levi's friend/business associate Valerie was one piece of work that I just couldn't get my mind around...seriously if she'd been my friend I would have dropped her like a hot potato. The woman was missing filters...you know like the one that says 'shut your mouth because you've gone from funny to just plain rude and borderline vulgar' 'class she had none', sorry but she really grated on my nerves. 

 

Levi and Jake first meet by accident when paramedics are summoned to his mother's place to care for her. The attraction is definitely instant but the relationship is definitely more complicated and takes some time and more than a few rough patches to get going. Levi's busy building his career as an event planner and trying to take care of his mother. Jake's a paramedic but more importantly he's in a relationship and he doesn't cheat...but he's drawn to Levi and he can't deny it. 

 

Jake finally settles on the idea that he and Levi can be friends because that's a far more palatable idea than not having Levi in his life at all. They try seriously hard. Neither of these men are into the idea of cheating. Jake wants to be there for Levi to make his life easier and tries to help Levi out whenever he can but the more time these two men spend together the stronger their feelings get and the harder they get to deny. I was really torn with this because I wanted Levi and Jake to be together. i liked them together and surprisingly I didn't dislike Jake's boyfriend...I wasn't over the moon about him but he really wasn't a bad person either...just not the right person for Jake.

 

I really enjoyed the banter between Jake and Levi and between Levi's mom and pretty well anyone else as well Jake's sister was also an  interesting character.

 

Jason Frazier was the narrator for this audio book and while he's not new to me...more like nearly new to me. I've listened to one other book by this narrator and coincidentally it was also an Ethan Day novel and I enjoyed that first listening experience but I have to say for me this one was just that little bit better...whether it was actually the narrator's skill improved or that I liked the story a bit more than the other story...I neither know nor care but I do know that I enjoyed this one enough to want to listen to it again one day. 

 

One good story and one good narrator made for several hours of pure listening pleasure. This one was truly delightful.

 

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An audio book of 'Love Me Tomorrow' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 

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review 2018-05-11 17:36
Wonder Woman and Catwoman - Sign me up
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 1 - Gail Simone,Ethan Van Sciver

So a bit of a mixed bag, though overall the stories are good and so is the artwork. 

The book starts with "Gothamazon" by Simone where Wonder Woman steps in to help Gotham while the Bats clan, with the exceptation of Oracle, are down for the count. The story illustrates, quite well, the differences between Batman and Wonder Woman. There are also some nice touches of humor. The second story "Defender of Truth" by Amanda Diebert and the fifth, "Bullets and Bracelets" by Sean Williams are, perhaps, a bit too heavy on the moral of the story, but who cares? They are enjoyable stories.

The two stories "Brace Yourself" and "Taketh Away" touch on some of the same issues - though "Brace Yourself" as far more humor; Jason Bischoff's stories of Diana vs Mom were great. Cohen's "Taketh" actually highlights the expecetions that women are forced to handle on a daily basis, including treatment when they decline an invitation as well as the expectation to be beautiful all the time.

The most problematic story is "No Chains Can Hold Her" and while it references the early days of comics and seems tongue in cheek, it falls completely flat. As does "Ghosts and Gods". For whatever reason the story doesn't quite work.

"The Attack of the 50 Foot Wonder Woman" and "Dig for Fire" are pretty good adventure stories, though one is light in tone than the other.

My favorite is "Morning Coffee" by Ollie Masters which involves Wonder Woman hunting down Catwoman. It's just wonderful.

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