Taking Care of Business
Publish date: December 2nd 2008
Publisher: Virgin Digital
Pages no: 304
, Realistic Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Kate & Leah (#1)
This book was ok. I definitely liked Dix and Kate's story more than Leah and Brandon. Maybe Brandon was ok with Leah's treatment of him, but I thought she was a bitch, and it really annoyed me at the end after she just let him walk away only to see him at the grocery store with some other chick a ...
I have never read a book by Megan Hart or Lauren Dane yet, will make a point to start reading more now!!!Will not be able to really do a review exactly because if I did it would be way too long and way too full of spoilers for those who have not read the book. I will tell you that if you do not like...
tl;dr version - a hero who mansplains is no hero of mine, but toppy!ladies with willing boys are always a good thing. We're averaging out three stars, because one of the main plotlines is a total, total four, and the other one barely clings to a two. Hart is consistently good about giving really goo...
I’ve read a number of Lauren Dane’s novels and have always liked her voice, both in her paranormal, and contemporary work. Megan Hart is new to me, although I do have “Stranger”, in my TBR. I found their combined voices in this novel to be wonderful. I got to know these characters easily and despite...
Overall, I really enjoyed this story, although that’s not very surprising for me. There’s just something about Lauren Dane that always sucks me in. I haven’t had the chance to read anything from Megan Hart yet, but after this, I’m thinking I’m going to enjoy her work as much as I do Danes. Taking...