Maddie Montgomery needs a couple of notches on her bedpost - fast. Rumor has it that Max Sawyers is just the man to show her the goods…and then some. Now, if she can just get past his dog!
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“You can pick up any Lori Foster book and you know you’re in for a good time.” -- New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard
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Honestly this book bored me. I found myself listening to the first two chapters then I skipped to the last chapter, even then I didn't listen to the whole thing. Not worth the time I wasted listening to this book and I'm a huge Lori fan.
The book was very predictable. It was my 2nd Lori Foster book, this one fell way short of the 1st. The author tries too hard to be funny. No one really decides to get married to provide a stable home for their dog...and I love my dogs. Granted, it was an inexpensive quick read.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
Enjoyed the book. The old prostitutes were quite the shock but made great side characters. Part of a series, I believe this to be the last one.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Maddie was silly, and annoying. Wanting to seduce a guy and have no condoms? Puhlllleeaase! Her whole premise was just so silly. If you want to roll your eyes, or shake your head in disbelief then give this one a try. Otherwise avoid...
Suffered through with the narrator. Thinking the narrator may be why I disliked even the storyline. I always love Lori Foster's books. Wondering what happened here???
The narrator was terrible. I could not tell who was talking and when. Not to mention the story was very immature and ridiculous.
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