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review 2017-08-25 01:55
Sex Therapy by Jillian Quinn




Author: Jillian Quinn

Title: Sex Therapy

Series: City of Sinners

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Lie down on my couch and spread your legs for me…

As the most respected sex therapist in Philadelphia, Dr. Jackson King has earned himself a reputation. His patients call him The Sex Doctor, the perfect name for a man who not only fixes marriages but also hands out orgasms on his lunch breaks.

He’s hot and impatient, insatiable and dominant. Underneath his confident swagger is a man with a real problem, an addiction Jackson can’t kick. He likes the man he has become, embraces his urges.

After five years apart, the girl who turned Jackson into the womanizer he is today is back in his life and ready to make up for lost times. To get to the root of the problem, Chloe will have to submit to Jackson and fulfill his every desire. If she does, Jackson will teach Chloe the true meaning of Sex Therapy.





I wanted to like this book more than I did but the whole revenge sex and the emotional best served cold turn over didn't quite mesh with me personally. I get all the hurt and using this facade as a defense but there's a point when the line of thinking and the acceptance of it regardless of how what she did effected him out of the blue really felt like a child in a tantrum.

The whole new personality 'manwhore' thing wasn't in a seductive way when it comes to the sex and using the sex manipulation to his advantage. It was kind of off putting after awhile and Chloe felt too hollow and too robotic for me to really like her as a character. I didn't like Jackson and Chloe as a couple, it wasn't worth it to me for them to be together.




Until next time book lovers...



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review 2017-04-30 19:09
Good Story and Characters
Corrupt Me (Philly Corruption Book 1) - ... Corrupt Me (Philly Corruption Book 1) - Jillian Quinn

Izzy and Luca are classmates and childhood friends and each others first kiss when Izzy was ten. But Izzy is about herself and her family. Their families were enemies and stopped Izzy and Luca from being friends and she didn’t see him anymore.  Izzy wanted it all: the money, the power and the position of CEO of her grandfather’s company- which was a multi million dollar business. Izzy wasn’t afraid to go after what she wanted. Izzy and Luca ran into each other at college and after the first time they seemed to run into each other a lot. Luca had been a playboy- and the bad boy on campus his father is a powerful mob boss in Philadelphia- until he seen Izzy again as  he had never forgot her or her him. Luca is determined to show Izzy he isn’t that bad. Izzy really tried not to get involved with Luca but  Izzy could deny she wanted or cared about Luca but she knew she was wrong. Izzy felt trapped by: rules, her grandfather, her legacy, and her last name. Luca wants to break free of his father and become a lawyer.  Then the FBI approached Izzy and wants her to give information so they can put her grandfather and Luca in prison.  Both know their families won’t approve of them being together but they can’t seem to help what they feel and want to be together.  Luca does have a sweet and tender side that comes out whenever he is with Izzy. Luca also stands up for Izzy as a man should do for the woman he is involved with.

I liked this story a lot it was a very good  read. The only thing I didn’t  like Izzy a lot she came across as a spoiled rich brat and Izzy looked down on people and I didn’t like that at all but she did change or I wouldn’t have liked this very much at all.  Also it did drag a little at the beginning but picked up after awhile. I was very happy this wasn’t an insta lust/ love story. Izzy had known each other since they were kids even if their families did tear them  apart it was through no fault of their own. I loved the Mafia aspect of the story. You don’t read many stories with this aspect in it. I was rooting for Izzy and Luca once they let their feelings free. I loved the plot also. There were twists and turns but I had no problem keeping my attention on this story at all from beginning to end. I also loved the ending. I really liked the characters of this story and recommend it. I wish i could give this a 4.5 or even 4.7.

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text 2017-03-13 17:57
BLOG TOUR, REVIEW, & #GIVEAWAY - Parker (Face-Off Series #1) by Jillian Quinn
Parker - Jillian Quinn
Former collegiate athlete and successful sports agent, Charlotte “Coach” Coachman, is a straight shooter who has a very strict policy—no dating clients. The loves of her life are coaching little league basketball and managing the careers of her players, leaving no room for men.
Coach hasn’t met an athlete she couldn’t handle and a deal she couldn’t close—until she meets Alex Parker—the NHL’s most notorious bad boy both on and off the ice.
Alex is the best defenseman in the league, breaking records along with hearts. He’s made a name for himself as a womanizer, and after a scandal involving the owner’s granddaughter, Alex is traded to Philadelphia. Still reeling from the loss of his father, Alex is on a downward spiral, drowning himself in booze and women, until Coach takes him under her wing.
She might be attracted to the sexy hockey star, and certainly not immune to his charms, but Coach can see that Alex needs her help, and coaching players is what she does best. Now that the lines are blurred and the passion between them is too strong to deny, Coach has to decide if Alex is worth making an exception to her rules.
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review 2017-03-09 03:13
Parker (Face-Off #1) by Jillian Quinn
Parker - Jillian Quinn

Jillian Quinn scores with PARKER, the first book from the Face-Off series.  NHL defenseman, Alex Parker, is traded to the Philadelphia Flyers due to bad behavior.  His agent, Mick Donoghue, asks his toughest employee, Charlotte Coachman (Coach), to get him out of the penalty box.  Their encounters are a constant Face-Off.  This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences.


Jillian Quinn does an admirable job with her character development.  They are believable and well developed.  I like Alex.  He is having a difficult time dealing with his father’s death.  He’s drinking too much and getting in trouble.   He has a good heart.  I love how he is with kids.  He is persistent and needs some guidance.  Charlie is an impressive heroine.  She had a difficult childhood.  She was an impressive college basketball player, planning on going pro, until her dreams were crushed by an injury. She becomes a successful senior sports agent, with a stellar reputation.  I like that she tells it how it is.  I love that she coaches youth basketball.  I also appreciated her work ethic.  Alex and Charlotte have great chemistry and make an intriguing couple that need each other.


I enjoyed the plot.  There were a lot of complicated issues and dynamics that made the story thought-provoking.  Jillian Quinn does an amazing job describing the sport scenes.  It is obvious she is knowledgeable. I enjoyed the ending.  It was clever and well-resolved.  This is the first book that I read by Jillian Quinn.  I enjoyed her writing style.  The story was well laid out and entertaining throughout.  I plan to continue following this series and am looking forward to the next book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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