If this had been the first J Kenner book I read I am sure I would have liked it better, however, given I had already read the Damian Stark series I felt like Wanted was basically a re-write of Damien and Nikki's story with slight variations. It seemed like Julie Kenner was following a formula that was condensed given this book was to be a stand alone story instead of a series..although they will be in the subsequent bookes, but the love story will focus on the other men not Evan. There was was little to no character development.
disappointing and predictable.
Julie Kenner needs to slow down and worry about remaining creative and true to her characters not pumping out books to make money.
The main characters! I thought it was so unbelievable that a top attorney would ever be interested in such a dim-witted girl. Not only that how would this girl even get to law school?
Going from an "innocent" to one or two orgasms then suddenly she's having a threesome? The sequel promises and orgy? Just goofy.
Nothing from this author.
She was fine.
Extend the missions
I'm not a big fan of Orlagh Cassidy. I find her voice flat and there is very little differentiation between the female characters.
Although I enjoyed this book it felt a bit like the missions were too short and did not integrate into the story that well. I would rather the author focused more intensely on one or two missions to build suspense.I would also like to see more dynamics between the characters. There is the hint of attraction between Will and Jessica but then nothing ever happens. Given their dangerous careers and troubled paths the groundwork is there for a steamy romance between the two. The character development seems a bit flat.
Yes, but only to answer the questions from the last novel . This book seemed to be drug out way beyond what it should have been forcing the reader to listen to Chris and Sara having essentially the same issues over and over again. When, finally, we get to hear Chris's deep, dark devastating secret it is a real letdown.
There's is also a point where one has to question just how many insidious people can be in Sara's life. The missing roommate gets a bit ridiculous and a weak effort at introducing a new story line.
Yes, because of the first two books in this series.
Yes, I really like her.
Please make the long wait for the next two books worth it & if a series has run its course then publishers/authors should not drag them out trying to make money. The Crossfire series is a prime example.
I thought they narrator did a great job of Kate and as always I enjoy listening to Sebastian York.
I enjoyed the characters and their chemistry together, but I did find the story line to be somewhat silly and childish. These characters are close to 30, professional people and have been together for two years yet the entire book is based on a complete misunderstanding that could have been easily resolved with a five minute conversation.
I can't imagine a solid, mature relationship ever going through something like this.
There could have been so much more character development which would have made for an excellent story. The idea was there, but the author only scratched the surface making it a very light read, not much impact.
The story line was great. It just needed to be developed further.
Yes, buy the book could have been so much more enjoyable with a better narrator.
Yes. The author wasn't the problem.
Blah, blah, blah. For an erotic romance a bit of passion would be nice!
Lately, I've read a few book like this where there are parts of the book I really enjoy and others that just drag on and could be either cut down considerably or eliminated entirely. Over ally, an interesting read, but you found have to hang in there and I did end up skipping parts.
Probably not...because I'm sure the writing style is the same, and the book wasn't that great.
Given this is a new author she does an exceptional job. I actually liked this book better than the first one and look forward to the third.
There's only one bad thing about this book...it's the last in the series! Out of all the shades of grey type books this is by far the best written. I loved the characters and the entire series. This book was a lovely ending to Damien and Nikki's loves story.
Damien. I loved how he took care of Nikki, protected her and accepted her.
Damian. I loved his gentle, soft voice when he spoke to Nikki.
Sad the series is over😥
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