Not Quite Series by Catherine Bybee
Can't remember the title and now I see I didn't add it to my books, so no help there. She lives in a small two bedroom apartment with her sister, who is going t Feb. Yet with Christmas just weeks away, and Jessie not wanting to spend it alone, the charming Texan is proving hard to resist.
Neil MacBain is a retired Marine is unable to deny that Gwen the blue blood has had an effect on his body or damaged soul. Jessie is a struggling single mom who works nights as a waitress at a dinner supporting herself and her son Danny who is five years old. So far it is safe to say that I have loved every book I have read by Catherine Bybee.
And looking forward to more in the series. This is a sweet, makes you feel good romance that takes place during the Christmas season. The woman he desires, Eliza Havens, is the right balance of spice and passion for his marital tastes. He jumps head in first and asks her to marry him and puts her on the run. Oh, just read it and figure it out.
- Hope she does the next one in the series.
- What began as friendship ends of with the two having a heavily heated attraction for one another.
- My major problem was the drama.
- After making it clear that she has no intentions of dating Jack, the two decide to become friends.
After getting to know her, that statement really meant that she wants someone dependable, stable, and not likely to steal her rent money. The beginning was promising but then it got annoying really quick with Jessie's constant denials. The kisses that Blake gives and his ability to charm is just too difficult for Sam to stay away from. After an ex girlfriend tells him any girl he marries will be marrying him for his money, Jack decides This is a sweet, start makes you feel good romance that takes place during the Christmas season.
Unable to control their attraction, they end up becoming intimate and that is where Jack fails. This was well written but a tad too predictable for me. Jessie and Jack provide a brilliant chase where Jack is constantly kept on his toes and Jessie shows her loyalty to her family and her love for her son.
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It even has a touch of holiday goodness, that you wouldn't expect upon a glance at the cover. She doubts a carefree dreamer like Jack can provide the financial stability she needs. Jessie and Jack are extremely likeable, cool characters and you have to root for them.
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By the way, the next book in this series sounds promising. As it stands, I'm just not interested enough to continue this series. If the narration hadn't been so bad, I would have enjoyed this more and might have continued the series.
Neil, on the other hand, is starting to engage with the world again and deal with his post traumatic stress. Plus with all the lying, matchmaking I'm done. Jack Morrison is a deadbeat-looking cowboy who drives an old pickup truck and looks as if he has no future or ambition. It rubbed me the wrong way initially when Jessie said she only wants to date someone with money.
What does she have to lose. Some explit sex, but kept short and relatively unobtrusive. Jessie struggles between what her heart wants and what she thinks she needs as her friendship with Jack evolves into love. Catherine continues the hot streak that she started with books one and two, is lauren conrad with this book here. He wants her to fall for him regardless of the cash.
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You feel yourself holding your breath, waiting along with each of the characters for what is coming next, be it sex or murder or a conflict of some kind. Sometimes you read a book that, in that moment, fits the mood you're in perfectly. This book was really sweet. Some explit sex, but kept If you read the blurb, you can probably put most of the plot together without bothering to read the book. Despite this lack of imagination in the plot, the characters, main and secondary, were highly likeable, the dialogues seemed all real.
Very sweet love story endings. The writing is fairly dreadful but I was still able to ignore that and enjoy the book until the end. There is one problem, though, Eliza is not interested in being his wife.
Blake and Samantha have strong chemistry between them, and it made for some great dialogue. Her past and new identity put her future in jeopardy, she does not have much choice in the matter. He gives a reason for his actions as X and then forgets that is his reason by the next paragraph.
Blake goes to a man named Sam Elliot, who is not the businessman Blake thought he would be. He is actually the son of a billionaire hotel tycoon and is rich on his own merits. Our hero is a hot rich Texan. He decides to keep his real identity a secret and instead pose as a transient temp waiter.
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You could tell these characters really felt for each other, and would do anything for them. That is plain sloppy and annoying. Jessie is not looking for love, male scammers dating she is looking for stability and the persona Jack is pretending to be has her conflicted.
Yes, I can be very picky about what I read or listen on my Kindle because sometimes the recommendations can be quite ridiculous. Not Quite Dating is a sugary sweet, easy read that makes you feel good. Honestly, it was good and enjoyable for the most part, but not quite my kind of book. She has enough trouble in her life and dating some guy she thinks is interesting and cute isn't enough. This was definitely the case with Not Quite Dating.
To makes things worst, she sees him on the television all decked out and that he is in fact a very rich man and was set to get married. It will take you on a great ride, and make you feel every single emotion that is known to man. As the heir to the Morrison luxury hotel empire, Jack is used to being fawned over.
- Now Jack needs to come clean and hope Jessie will forgive his deception.
- The attraction between Jessie and Jack is immediate, but Jessie refuses to make the same mistake again.
- It's reminiscent of Laura Florand's and was very enjoyable to read.
- Eventually Jessie falls for him despite his lack of prospects.