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review 2017-04-05 15:08
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie - Laura Joffe Numeroff,Felicia Bond

This book is about giving a mouse a cookie and this event leading to him wanting more and more each time. I would use this in my classroom by demonstrating order of events and how we are always wanting more when we get something. I would create more sequences of events and separate the class into groups and give them a list of cause and effect situations. They will be assigned to placing the cause to the effect and then acting out their favorite one. When I first saw the book, I was thinking the book could be on a second to third grade level because of the sequence of events. The Lexile Level is AD660L.

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review 2017-02-22 21:02
Sooo funny!
Friends Wanting Benefits - Luke Young

Friends Wanting Benefits by Luke Young is a well-written book.  Mr. Young has given us a spicy but hilarious book that had me laughing out loud more than once while reading it.  This is the story of Jillian and George, Victoria and Ethan and their developing friendship. There is plenty of drama, humor and sizzle as these two couples cruise together.  The characters in this book are zany but lovable.  I totally enjoyed reading Friends Wanting Benefits and look forward to reading more from Luke Young in the future.  Friends Wanting Benefits is the prequel to the Friends With Benefits Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. 

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review 2017-02-01 09:31
Review: Watching and Wanting
Watching and Wanting (Housemates Book 4) - Jay Northcote

Hot, dirty, exhibitionistic sweetness with feels!

 

Just the way I like it.

 

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review 2017-01-22 21:07
Review: Watching and Wanting (Housemates, #4) by Jay Northcote
Watching and Wanting (Housemates Book 4) - Jay Northcote

 

Dammit. I love this series but I just can't give this one 3 stars!!

I didn't warm up at all to Shawn. Jude was okay but I didn't particulary like the pressure he gave Shawn to come out. Geeeez give the man a break. He just figured his sexuality out.

 

 

#movingon

Jez's and Mac's story is still my favorite.

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review 2017-01-22 10:50
Review: Watching and Wanting (Housemates #4)
Watching and Wanting (Housemates Book 4) - Jay Northcote

This was just as hot as the others in this series. I loved the parts where Shawn was slowly exploring his newfound sexuality, and where Jude was patient in showing Shawn the way.

What kind of ruined this book for me was, when they had the talk about maybe becoming boyfriends, Jude immediately told Shawn he had to come out now, or no relationship.
Even though I could understand his reasoning, there was no room for compromise. Shawn was very insecure about everything and had a hard time changing everything he thought he knew about himself. So a little consideration would have been nice.

But what I hated the most is that after their ‘break-up’ Jude goes out with his friends, kisses a former hookup and gets a serious boner from dancing with him. And all of a sudden Shawn swoops in and tells him he wants to come out so they can be together.

I just wanted Jude to admit he had no right to make that demand. A compromise, yes, but to demand someone come out RIGHT NOW, was a bit too much for me.

3 stars for the hotness, less for the relationship.

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