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review 2017-05-26 01:41
I liked this follow up better than the first book
Commander in Chief (White House Book 2) - Katy Evans

Commander in Chief (White House Book 2) - Katy Evans 

 

I really feel like this book is what the first one SHOULD have been.  Matt was willing to fight for Charlotte and she in turn was willing to fight for their relationship.  I think that all would have been a lot easier BEFORE he got in the White House but what do I know.

 

I enjoyed this story and didn't have the nagging thought in the back of my mind about them keeping secrets so I was happy to see the way things turned out.

 

And I must say, I kept picturing Matt like Justin Trudeau of Canada.  I certainly wouldn't mind looking at a president who looked like him.  *sigh*

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review 2017-04-27 00:00
Ladies Man
Ladies Man - Katy Evans A promiscuous yet charismatic man, an insecure heroine. And not on her personality or talents, of which I see none, but on her looks. Her self-worth is completely validated by the men in her life in this predictable, juvenile (supposedly in their 20s but read like 14 year olds) romance. I picked this up thinking it was by another author. Based on this book, this is a to-miss author for me henceforth.

Some dialogue was decent but the relationship had no development. I didn't understand their passion beyond the physical. I especially didn't get why he wanted her. She was far too one-dimensional to enjoy this book. Oh did I mention she's struggling and he's a billionaire? Trope after trope and not much redeemable.

I far prefer Beautiful Player, The Mistake, and about 100 other reformed players.
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review 2017-04-22 16:25
Why?
Mr. President (White House Book 1) - Katy Evans

Mr. President (White House Book 1) - Katy Evans 

 

I really liked this one.  I actually wanted to give it a higher rating than I did. I thought that the premise was neat and really added dimension to the story.  I thought that the history between Charlotte and Matt was cool and really helped add depth to their relationship.

 

But what really stuck in craw was the fact that Charlotte and Matt were keeping things a secret like she was some stripper or something (not that there is anything wrong with being a stripper, but you could see how being with one would make it difficult for someone running for president).  Anyway, here is Charlotte, a more perfect woman for a man running for president doesn't exist), but everyone is hiding her away like some dirty little secret.  And they can't be together if he wins?  

 

The whole thing just doesn't make sense and it bothered me throughout the story.  It ended up taking out some of the enjoyment I would have had with this story.

 

I will definitely go on to read the next book because I have to know what happens.  I'm hoping that they get their act together.

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review 2017-01-20 00:00
Commander in Chief
Commander in Chief - Katy Evans Commander in Chief - Katy Evans Great Second book I love the chemistry between Matt and Charlotte. Not only they reunite but soon there will be another surprise coming their way.
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review 2017-01-11 00:00
Commander in Chief
Commander in Chief - Katy Evans Commander in Chief - Katy Evans This was boring as hell. Just 40 something chapters about how much Charlotte loves Matt and why he's so perfect. Nothing happens. A few moments could have been dramatic, but they are glossed over in the most extreme way and are resolved off-page.

I really liked the first book, but this one falls disappointingly flat. I'm glad Matt and Charlotte's story is over because I can't imagine how Katy Evans could possibly write another 300 pages about why Matt Hamilton is so perfect.

Also, as the owner of a two year old, I can confidently say that this author has no fucking clue what two year olds are like.
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