It wasn't supposed to be like this.... I wasn't supposed to be boyfriendless, homeless, and jobless at 28. And I most definitely wasn't supposed to hit Hollywood's resident bad boy Gabriel Evans with my car and break his foot. Now I'm stuck in his apartment, taking care of him while he's incapacitated. Living with the hottest guy in Hollywood, who I've had a crush on forever, doesn't sound like a chore, right? Wrong. Gabriel Evans is rude and crude and drinks way too much, and as soon as his foot is healed I'm out of here. So why do I keep forgetting to check the classifieds?
Got as far as Chapter 14 and just couldn't listen anymore. So far most of the 'story' is talking about their private parts. As far as the actual 'story,' if you put the two main characters versions of the 'accident' - it makes no sense. I'm turning this back in and don't think I'll be reading anything else from this author,
This single gal has had enough of the games, the BS, and the endless chase. I know what I want most, and it's not true love. It's a bun in the oven, and I'm not afraid to hit up my sex-on-a-stick coworker to do the job. Ryder is gorgeous, witty, and wild - and he's also a notorious commitmentphobe. That makes him the perfect candidate to make a deposit in the bank of me. I won't fall for him, he won't fall for me, and there's no way baby will make three. Right?
Only if you like a little story with your sex scenes. Took me five tries to finish. Two of my favorite narrators though.
Avery Sparks is a master at controlling chaos - and she gets plenty of opportunities as fire chief and head of emergency management in her hometown of Chance, Nebraska. The only thing she can't seem to control are her feelings when she's around Jake Mitchell, the man who was her first everything the night of their high school graduation. But Jake was so quick to leave Chance - and Avery - behind that she swore she'd move on.
I almost quit listening to the book a couple of times. The actual story might have made a novella! Most of the book, however, is made up of gratuitous sex scenes and lots of "I can't let him near me again, but I can't help myself..." yada yada yada (seems half of the books I've read lately consider that a story.) I'm also tired of 'strong' women who don't show much of a backbone in the story, other characters have to keep talking about how strong they are. I also had a really hard time believing the heroine could possibly be the town's fire chief, let alone a good one.
Celebrities hold zero interest for photographer Jo Wilder. That's a problem, since snapping pics of the stars is how the pretty paparazza pays the rent. So when Jo attempts to catch a money shot atop the broad shoulders of a helpful bystander, the only thing she notices about the stranger she straddles is that he's seriously hot. Only later does Jo learn that he's also Micah Sinclair - one of rock's notorious bad boys....
Couldn't take any more of the repetitive complaining that is supposed to pass for a story line. You can see the 'problems' coming from a mile away. Just couldn't listen to it any more.
When Arabella first arrives in London, she has only one mission: to snare a rich husband. With a mind to beat the competition, she pretends to be a rich heiress and soon finds herself the talk of the town, pursued by the most eligible bachelors in the city. But she has her sights on one man only: the much-hunted Mr Beaumaris. Our feisty heroine puts up a fight and deals the worldly-wise Beaumaris a deft hand in the game of love; at first grudgingly charmed, he soon becomes smitten.
I was going to skip this book after reading the synopsis. Thank heavens I read Carol's review, because she was right about not believing the synopsis. Read her review to get a good picture of what this book is about.
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All of my Warren family women are strong-willed. No matter how many times they face defeat, they get back up stronger and more determined than ever to let nothing stand in the way of their happiness. Concealed in My Heart - Charity's life is torn asunder by betrayal. When she falls in love with her best friend and costar, she tries to conceal that love, because she knows from past experience it can only lead to more pain and heartbreak.
I couldn't listen for more than two chapters The narrator over annunciates most of his words and you can hear the saliva in his mouth. I have no idea if the writing is any good, everything sounds overdone which could just be the narration.
From New York Times best-selling author Kathy Griffin, an A-Z compendium of the celebrities she's met over the years and the jaw-dropping, charming, and sometimes bizarre anecdotes only she can tell about them. Starting with Woody Allen and making pit stops with Demi Lovato, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Donald Trump, Kathy Griffin finally lifts the veil on her never-before-told run-ins with the famous and the infamous.
I've always thought Ms. Griffin was funny. But she's gone too far. I'm not famous, so my words won't be heard. This is the only way I can think of to hold her responsible for her actions.
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It wasn't the way this kind of story was supposed to go...insta-love isn't supposed to turn into insta-hate. But that's exactly what happened when the dreamboat I met in a bar turned out to be a lying, cheating scumbag looking for nothing but a little side action. And he has the nerve to call me a liar and a "sociopath"? Asshole. And now, three months later, it turns out my boss is marrying his sister in Hawaii and I've got to play nice with him for an entire freaking week.
This is a book for those who like a little story between the sex scenes. I happen to prefer a good story. I spent a lot of time fast forwarding through the sex scenes (FYI having an Echo Dot aids in this.) The characters are fine, but I had a hard time buying into some of the things they did, especially Tessa.
Blake Orbison's pro football career with the Portland Devils may have come crashing to an end, but not calling the signals anymore just gives him more time to devote to his business enterprises, including the latest and greatest: the opening of the Wild Horse Resort in scenic north Idaho. And that other one, too. Blake's on the marriage track now, and he's got a game plan.
I've liked a number of other books from Rosalind James, but I've been trying for a month to get through it - I give up.
Jenny Dawson moved to Nashville to write music, not get famous. But when her latest record goes double platinum, Jenny's suddenly one of the town's biggest stars - and the center of a tabloid scandal connecting her with a pop star she's barely even met. With paparazzi tracking her every move, Jenny flees to a remote mansion in Louisiana to write her next album. The only hiccup is the unexpected presence of a brooding young caretaker named Noah, whose foul mouth and snap judgments lead to constant bickering - and serious heat.
Started out OK, but the 'story' deteriorates' fast. Why would anyone like the male lead - a man who degrades a woman is NOT sexy. And on what planet would a woman think she can get 'revenge' on a man by giving him a BJ. Just stupid. I want my credit back.
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