The Bro-Magnet (Nice Guy, #1)
Publisher: TKA Distribution
Pages no: 261
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
Didn't work for me as either a romance or a comedy. Gave up at about the 50% mark.
I'm surprised I liked this book as much as I did. It was a bit slow but I barely noticed because the writing was so damn funny. Laugh out loud funny! Getting a book from a man's perspective was refreshing and pretty spot on. This could have been a five-star book if not for the ending. It was so...
DNF. I've been trying to work out what it was about this book that turned me off so badly. I made it to about halfway, then just put it down and never picked it back up. I think mostly it was that what I did read was slow. Not just hey-this-is-dragging-a-bit but is-there-actually-a-plot-line-in-here...
I don't know about this one. I bought the ebook when it was free but then the author did the post with the The Story Siren (about plagiarism on a confessed plagiarist's site). Maybe, maybe not.
I was really disappointed. I really wanted to like this book. The reviews for it were so good and I was looking forward to reading it.I did like the story between Johnny and Helen. What killed it for me were the periphery characters. I couldn't stand them and that really turned me off to the book in...
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