This story is kind of a shorter, more light-hearted version of her Crossfire Series, just with less sex and Over Top Drama and shorter than any one of those books. I may have enjoyed reading it more. He did what he had to do right at the end, but it felt overdrawn and over exaggerated. But now he was back. After getting the job, a year later she runs into the man that broke her heart.
Such a good brother for doing what he needed to defend his sister. Those plans start to shake and crumble when an old lover turns up for a second round of hot fast loving. One minute they want a relationship but then they try to make it seem like they wanted to be only friends with benefits. It all started with a job interview where Gianna learns really quick to make the most of the few minutes she had in front of the restaurant icon. I want us to be a team, Jax.
There was always a question in the back of my mind while reading. Rating breakdown: I have a lot of half- stars Plot: 3 Hero characterization rating: 4. This book is fucking awesome. He was jeopardizing her career without a care in the world.
This one just wasn't good. She was a love sick woman. Then he had walked away without any explanation. Even when Jax came back in her life, she realized what he was doing to try to sabotage her boss and still held her own, aware of his actions, protecting herself while giving in to his passion and connection once more. I also wouldn't mind a novella about Niko! A fan always As I stated in earlier post I broke down and subscribed to Passionflix. Marrying for love never works out well.
At first I was charmed by Gianna's family, but soon they begin to take over paragraphs of the story, and being such a short story, there really wasn't time for it - it felt like a setup for subsequent books, and it bored me. Now two years later, she has a new job with Lei Yeung as her assistant. Under the tutelage of Lei Yeung, one of the sharpest businesswomen in New York, I had picked up a thing or two since Jax walked away. As with the adaptation of , the adaptation of Afterburn Aftershock is true to the books. My favorite parts were actually reading about the restaurants more than the romance. She was not able to make up her mind.
I felt like it needed to be longer and more developed, but at the same time if it had been left as is, and not padded out with more depth and detail then I'm glad it wasn't drawn out. The actor playing Jax Tyler Johnson always looked a bit disheveled, with tousled hair in every scene, to the point that I found it distracting. While this one wasn't one of my favorites, it is still a good, if typical story. In it, you will meet Gianna and Jackson. Those plans start to shake and crumble when an old lover turns up for a second round of hot fast loving.
And this didn't make it okay. Unfortunately, I ended up feeling the same about them in the book. Author Sylvia Day brought this scorching hot and steamy story of a strong heroine in Gia and a gorgeous hero readers would swoon over in Jax. In the meantime, casting calls go out this week. The Cosmo Red Hot Reads, romance with super hot saucy scenes to top it all off. What a great read, and such a tease when a wri Jax Rutledge is hot, sexy, and complicated.
Was Gianna going to be another helpless female who depended on the male to help her succeed. Unfortunately, her professional veneer is cracked when an old flame shows up to a business meeting. Rich, mysterious stud meets sassy but beneath-him girl, sparks fly, sex ensues. Never bring politics into the bedroom.