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  • Kindle Edition
  • 162 pages
  • Rules of Negotiation
  • Inara Scott
  • English
  • 12 September 2019

10 thoughts on “Rules of Negotiation

  1. Syndi Syndi says:

    DNFI thought this book have some aspect of negotiation Even though it is laced with romance TheI listen to the audio book, I only get romance But the romance is dry I can not connect with the characters The plot and the story is staying flat 2 stars


  2. Anne OK Anne OK says:

    FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED.One click and another stroke of luck This contemporary romance by new to me author, Inara Scott, was a well written story with two strong willed and very likable characters You can expect plenty of heat and sizzle, along with some really good sarcastic banter between these two Tori is an attractive, headstrong, tell it like it is heroine who believes in strong work ethics She s responsible for the expenses involved in caring for her ailing mother It s important that s FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED.One click and another stroke of luck This contemporary romance by new to me author, Inara Scott, was a well written story with two strong willed and very likable characters You can expect plenty of heat and sizzle, along with some really good sarcastic banter between these two Tori is an attractive, headstrong, tell it like it is heroine who believes in strong work ethics She s responsible for the expenses involved in caring for her ailing mother It s important that she succeeds in becoming a partner in the law firm where she works She has built walls around her heart to save herself from the same kind of heartache her mother suffered when Tori s dad left them But she s losing her mother and has no other family Her friends all have their own families and Tori is lonely.Brit is a very sexy, successful CEO of his own company, who is feeling the burnout in his career and the stresses of caring for his siblings He s had too many women and no lasting relationships Brit may be ready for some rest and relaxation It may be time to settle down and have a family of his own During a contract negotiation meeting involving Brit s company, these two face off against each other and the sparks fly Can they come to an agreement and negotiate a happily ever after with each other Brit and Tori s story made for a fun and enjoyable morning on the patio Highly recommend to romance readers one and all When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smile And never let it go. from Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott


  3. Jennifer Probst Jennifer Probst says:

    I adored this book The writing is powerful with a beautiful style that just kept the pages turning I completely identified with the strength of the heroine, fell in love with the sexiness of the hero, and rooted for them the whole way through Literally a perfect afternoon read highly recommended


  4. Elle (Ligia) Elle (Ligia) says:

    Actual rating 3.5 stars It might be a tad spoiler ishI had quite some mixed feelings over this book I felt a bit disappointed I expectedWayAnd though it wasn t a bad read, it left me wanting for something else, some sort of deeper connection with the characters.Tori Anderson is a twenty something lawyer She s driven, determined and strong She s better known as a workaholic Work is her life And she s also very untrusting when it comes to good looking, charming men Having lea Actual rating 3.5 stars It might be a tad spoiler ishI had quite some mixed feelings over this book I felt a bit disappointed I expectedWayAnd though it wasn t a bad read, it left me wanting for something else, some sort of deeper connection with the characters.Tori Anderson is a twenty something lawyer She s driven, determined and strong She s better known as a workaholic Work is her life And she s also very untrusting when it comes to good looking, charming men Having learned from her mother than any men with too much charisma was not to be trusted, Tori takes her advice to the heart Brit Bencher is exactly the type that falls into that rule Into Tori s Rules of Negotiation Rule of Negotiation 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts. Brit Bencher is an asshole Known asThe Slayer, he takes down anything and everything in his path, especially women His charming enough, but a little bit too arrogant for my taste Okay, wait He s freaking egotistical Annoyingly so He s set his mind on taking care of his family, and though there s a noble reason, going over someone else in his haste to do so, is not fine in my book.And here lays the reason I couldn t really appreciate this book as much as I wanted I was too annoyed with Brit And that kind of blew the whole thing away I m not used to not liking the main male character, I usually fall head over heels with them instantly, but this didn t happen with Brit He s too bigheaded and never really sees things as they are,like he sees what he wants to see I couldn t get passed his ulterior motives to being with Tori, so I never got to like him much, if at all.Then again, you never knowRule of Negotiation 2 Assume nothing. As I read away, and started over thinking the whole thing, I worried I wouldn t get into the story I admit that through the first half of the book I couldn t really connect with the characters I had a hard time getting past Brit s lies reason for which I couldn t give this book 4 stars , but at the same time I was proud of Tori for not falling immediately to his feet She sure had a strong mind, it s not easy to pass up an opportunity like the one she had spend the night with NYC s most eligible bachelor Annoyingly arrogant or not, the man knew his game.Yet she stood her ground But when faced with the opportunity again Rule of Negotiation 3 When in doubt, attack. I will leave that to your own interpretation It s not like I want to spoil the whole thing, after all I was past half of the book, maybe rounding the sixty percent, when things started hitting off, with me and the book I mean With Tori and Brit, well, they had already hit it off, so to speak But I feared what was to come, because if I admitted it to myself I already knew what it was, and I was scared, for Tori s sake Rule of Negotiation 4 A good attorney is always prepared. This was the moment when I actually felt a connection with the characters, I could feel their emotions Tori s anger and hurt I really felt for her I was on her side since the very start, so when she got the news I couldn t really blame her for lashing out, now could I She had every right in the world And for Brit to act so innocently, god You would think he didn t have any sense of guilt, or he was damn good at suppressing itRule of Negotiation 5 Never let them see you sweat. Once again, Tori shows us how strong she really is I admire her She s the kind of strong character I like Even though I don t exactly approve of her methods To avoid thinking about Brit she buries herself in work,work I must admit though, that even though I was really annoyed with Brit, and I realize this now, I loved the ending They both had some serious issues to overcome before they could be together Brit s need to take over the family when it wasn t really his place he tried to solve everyone else s problems, but he couldn t even see his own And Tori s trusting issues, she was hiding away in a pile of papers, refusing to see what was right in front of her in fear she would get hurt, like her mother had.But Brit wasn t like her father not in the end and she was nothing like her mother She was strong, and he even though still a bit of an arrogant asshole was sweet and caring and sexy as hell.As an overall conclusion, and I just changed my mind here after giving it a though, Rules of Negotiation was a pretty good book A nice, easy read Oh And I was totally forgetting it was rather hot at times Really hot at timesRule of Negotiation 6 When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smile And never let it go.


  5. Nicola Marsh Nicola Marsh says:

    If I had to use a few words to sum up Inara Scott s debut category romance, they would be category romance with substance Inara pens a gorgeous, sexy hero in Brit, a hero with flaws who isn t afraid to admit them when it counts.And the heroine Tori is a feisty, upfront heroine who I loved for her forthrightness, her confidence in her work and her vulnerability in her personal life.Together, these two strong willed characters equal fireworks I laughed out loud at several one liners in this book If I had to use a few words to sum up Inara Scott s debut category romance, they would be category romance with substance Inara pens a gorgeous, sexy hero in Brit, a hero with flaws who isn t afraid to admit them when it counts.And the heroine Tori is a feisty, upfront heroine who I loved for her forthrightness, her confidence in her work and her vulnerability in her personal life.Together, these two strong willed characters equal fireworks I laughed out loud at several one liners in this book, one of my favourites an example of Tori s forthrightness she s mad at Brit, he asks if she s upset for a particular reason, her response No, I m upset because you re an asshole I love an honest heroine and Tori is all that and .A highly enjoyable read


  6. Melissa Simmons Melissa Simmons says:

    First of all, I have to say I ve always been a fan of romance novels if they re well written I consider well written to mean they have a plot and characters who arethan skin deep and maybe some dialogue to go along with the all the naughty scenes I am so happy to report that Inara Scott s Rules of Negotiation fits all these criteria The story is sweet and funny while still being sexy, the characters are well developed and likable and the plot moves steadily, pulling you along for the ri First of all, I have to say I ve always been a fan of romance novels if they re well written I consider well written to mean they have a plot and characters who arethan skin deep and maybe some dialogue to go along with the all the naughty scenes I am so happy to report that Inara Scott s Rules of Negotiation fits all these criteria The story is sweet and funny while still being sexy, the characters are well developed and likable and the plot moves steadily, pulling you along for the ride This book draws you in from the very beginning and you are rooting for the characters and their happy ever after before long I laughed, cried and sighed as the story went on My husband laughed at me but I don t care, I m used to it The story is told from the third person perspective and it s really fun to see both sides as the couple struggles with their unexpected feelings for one another Inara Scott is such a talented voice in the romance genre Her ability to tell a compelling story really translates into any genre she tries her hand at I cannot wait to read her next endeavor


  7. Melody May (What I& Melody May (What I& says:

    Also at feel so accomplish lately, I have been able to get to read some great books lately So, todays selection is Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott Let me tell you this book was fun Here is what the story is about We have a workaholic lawyer by the name of Tori Anderson, who has six rules she follows when she negotiates which are 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts I have to agree with that one 2 Assume nothing good advice 3 When in doubt Also at feel so accomplish lately, I have been able to get to read some great books lately So, todays selection is Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott Let me tell you this book was fun Here is what the story is about We have a workaholic lawyer by the name of Tori Anderson, who has six rules she follows when she negotiates which are 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts I have to agree with that one 2 Assume nothing good advice 3 When in doubt attack 4 A good attorney is always prepare kinda like the Boy Scouts motto 5 Never let them see you sweat6 When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smileAll those are very good rules to follow, somehow they get thrown out the window when she comes across Brit Bencher Now he s a guy who is oozing of charm and sex appeal, who wouldn t swoon over that Plus, they don t call him The Slayer for nothing Brit did some research on Tori and found out that she represents a very important person, Garth Solen Which would be fabulous if he could get his sister Melissa a job working at Solen Labs All he needs is Tori s help However, he goes about it the wrong way Now the question are will Brit be able to fix the blunder or will he not get a chance Can his charm save the day or is he just out of luck there My thoughts Loved it I mean first off you gotta love when the hero has a nickname, especially when it s The Slayer That s just fabulous Second of you have to appreciate a strong will women who isn t so easily charm by a handsome devil of a man and is willing to stand her ground However, that could be a disadvantage at the same time However, you come to understand why Tori has built up these walls Life can be pretty jacked up, but its how you handle them that will make or break you So, I hope you get a chance to check out this book, because it s a lot of fun You know you want to read about a guy with the nickname of The Slayer So, see ya next time and happy reading


  8. Romancing the Book Romancing the Book says:

    Reviewed By PattiReview Copy Provided By Publisher I enjoyed the dynamics of the characters in this story Brit and Tori are both portrayed as human with successes and imperfections Neither was super defensive but they were cautious They viewed most things realistically I liked how the attraction was not an instant love at first sight, flash of lightening kind of feeling but wasa slower drawing together as they learned things about each other through conversation and spending time toget Reviewed By PattiReview Copy Provided By Publisher I enjoyed the dynamics of the characters in this story Brit and Tori are both portrayed as human with successes and imperfections Neither was super defensive but they were cautious They viewed most things realistically I liked how the attraction was not an instant love at first sight, flash of lightening kind of feeling but wasa slower drawing together as they learned things about each other through conversation and spending time together Brit learns many things about his relationship with his family, his attitude about business and also what success and happiness really mean Tori realizes that you need to live your life for yourself and that letting other people determine what makes you happy is a huge mistake They begin to look at where they are in life and also revisit old dreams and desires What do you do when the life you are living isn t the life that makes you happy Reading this made me think about what dreams I may want to resurrect and also who I am trying to make happy Is it me or am I doing what I think is expected of me This is an author I will definitely be reading again Favorite Quote These breasts He looked at them, incredulous These breasts could never be in the way Shame on you for suggesting such a thing Now this thong, on the other hand He motioned toward it with a mocking grin This thong is absolutely unnecessary


  9. life& life& says:

    I m mixed between two three stars the book was okay to good Most of the book was okay, but the end was good it was cute I wish the book was longer because everything happened so fast I didn t think the big drama of the book was all that big so I kept thinking there wasbut there wasn t I thought the characters were really one dimensional I didn t know them at all Brit tries to use Tori to get a phone number to help his sister get a job Only during the time of trying to use he I m mixed between two three stars the book was okay to good Most of the book was okay, but the end was good it was cute I wish the book was longer because everything happened so fast I didn t think the big drama of the book was all that big so I kept thinking there wasbut there wasn t I thought the characters were really one dimensional I didn t know them at all Brit tries to use Tori to get a phone number to help his sister get a job Only during the time of trying to use her if you can even call it that he falls in love with her Tori is smart and puts two and two together and gets SUPER mad seriously, it s not THAT big of a deal She breaks up with him until they obviously get back together in the end Tori is a workaholic and has zero personality aside from work, work, work I LOVED the airport scene at the end, that made the book for me I think I would feel completely differently if maybe I got to know BOTH of the main charactersaside from her being a crazy workaholic and him, well, I don t even really know him aside from him thinking he needed to raise his family even though both of his parents are still alive I didn t love it and I didn t hate it It s a really short book I found it because it was being compared to 50 Shades but it was really nothing like that


  10. Jacqueline& Jacqueline& says:

    Love the blurb, but the reviews seem lacking maybe.


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Rules of Negotiation[PDF] ✩ Rules of Negotiation Author Inara Scott – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk He let her make the rules NYC s most eligible bachelor, Brit Bencher, is also known as The Slayer for his reputation in the boardroom and the bedroom And he ll do anything to take care of his family, He let her make the rules NYC s most eligible bachelor, Brit Bencher, is also known as The Slayer for his reputation in the boardroom and the bedroom And he ll do anything to take care of his family, even seduce high powered corporate attorney Tori Anderson in the hopes of getting her to reveal confidential information about one of her clients Rules of PDF or But for the first time in his life, he finds he s falling for a woman and then he started to break themAfter juggling the demands of her career and the stress of caring for her ailing mother, Tori Anderson doesn t have time for relationships but that doesn t mean she doesn t want to feel like a woman When Brit offers a no strings attached fling, it sounds like exactly what she needs But what will she do when Brit decides he won t take one night stand for an answer When Tori uncovers his lies, will he lose his chance with her forever.


About the Author: Inara Scott

I wrote my first book when I was in high school a romance called A Wild and Stormy Passion, which featured swordplay, kidnapping, a pirate heroine, and lots of naughty bits that came entirely from my adolescent imagination Since then, I ve written young adult novels and adult romances of the category, contemporary, and fantasy varieties My books are romantic and sensual Rules of PDF or I like strong women and strong men and the sparks that fly when they get together I am a dabbler and an emotional sponge I can t read scary books or anything with an unhappy ending I reserve the right to enjoy country music, puppies, true love, and happily ever after If you re perusing my Goodreads shelves, you should know I only review books I want to share the word about If you ask me, life s too short to read something you don t enjoy.


10 thoughts on “Rules of Negotiation

  1. Syndi Syndi says:

    DNFI thought this book have some aspect of negotiation Even though it is laced with romance TheI listen to the audio book, I only get romance But the romance is dry I can not connect with the characters The plot and the story is staying flat 2 stars

  2. Anne OK Anne OK says:

    FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED.One click and another stroke of luck This contemporary romance by new to me author, Inara Scott, was a well written story with two strong willed and very likable characters You can expect plenty of heat and sizzle, along with some really good sarcastic banter between these two Tori is an attractive, headstrong, tell it like it is heroine who believes in strong work ethics She s responsible for the expenses involved in caring for her ailing mother It s important that s FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED.One click and another stroke of luck This contemporary romance by new to me author, Inara Scott, was a well written story with two strong willed and very likable characters You can expect plenty of heat and sizzle, along with some really good sarcastic banter between these two Tori is an attractive, headstrong, tell it like it is heroine who believes in strong work ethics She s responsible for the expenses involved in caring for her ailing mother It s important that she succeeds in becoming a partner in the law firm where she works She has built walls around her heart to save herself from the same kind of heartache her mother suffered when Tori s dad left them But she s losing her mother and has no other family Her friends all have their own families and Tori is lonely.Brit is a very sexy, successful CEO of his own company, who is feeling the burnout in his career and the stresses of caring for his siblings He s had too many women and no lasting relationships Brit may be ready for some rest and relaxation It may be time to settle down and have a family of his own During a contract negotiation meeting involving Brit s company, these two face off against each other and the sparks fly Can they come to an agreement and negotiate a happily ever after with each other Brit and Tori s story made for a fun and enjoyable morning on the patio Highly recommend to romance readers one and all When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smile And never let it go. from Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott

  3. Jennifer Probst Jennifer Probst says:

    I adored this book The writing is powerful with a beautiful style that just kept the pages turning I completely identified with the strength of the heroine, fell in love with the sexiness of the hero, and rooted for them the whole way through Literally a perfect afternoon read highly recommended

  4. Elle (Ligia) Elle (Ligia) says:

    Actual rating 3.5 stars It might be a tad spoiler ishI had quite some mixed feelings over this book I felt a bit disappointed I expectedWayAnd though it wasn t a bad read, it left me wanting for something else, some sort of deeper connection with the characters.Tori Anderson is a twenty something lawyer She s driven, determined and strong She s better known as a workaholic Work is her life And she s also very untrusting when it comes to good looking, charming men Having lea Actual rating 3.5 stars It might be a tad spoiler ishI had quite some mixed feelings over this book I felt a bit disappointed I expectedWayAnd though it wasn t a bad read, it left me wanting for something else, some sort of deeper connection with the characters.Tori Anderson is a twenty something lawyer She s driven, determined and strong She s better known as a workaholic Work is her life And she s also very untrusting when it comes to good looking, charming men Having learned from her mother than any men with too much charisma was not to be trusted, Tori takes her advice to the heart Brit Bencher is exactly the type that falls into that rule Into Tori s Rules of Negotiation Rule of Negotiation 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts. Brit Bencher is an asshole Known asThe Slayer, he takes down anything and everything in his path, especially women His charming enough, but a little bit too arrogant for my taste Okay, wait He s freaking egotistical Annoyingly so He s set his mind on taking care of his family, and though there s a noble reason, going over someone else in his haste to do so, is not fine in my book.And here lays the reason I couldn t really appreciate this book as much as I wanted I was too annoyed with Brit And that kind of blew the whole thing away I m not used to not liking the main male character, I usually fall head over heels with them instantly, but this didn t happen with Brit He s too bigheaded and never really sees things as they are,like he sees what he wants to see I couldn t get passed his ulterior motives to being with Tori, so I never got to like him much, if at all.Then again, you never knowRule of Negotiation 2 Assume nothing. As I read away, and started over thinking the whole thing, I worried I wouldn t get into the story I admit that through the first half of the book I couldn t really connect with the characters I had a hard time getting past Brit s lies reason for which I couldn t give this book 4 stars , but at the same time I was proud of Tori for not falling immediately to his feet She sure had a strong mind, it s not easy to pass up an opportunity like the one she had spend the night with NYC s most eligible bachelor Annoyingly arrogant or not, the man knew his game.Yet she stood her ground But when faced with the opportunity again Rule of Negotiation 3 When in doubt, attack. I will leave that to your own interpretation It s not like I want to spoil the whole thing, after all I was past half of the book, maybe rounding the sixty percent, when things started hitting off, with me and the book I mean With Tori and Brit, well, they had already hit it off, so to speak But I feared what was to come, because if I admitted it to myself I already knew what it was, and I was scared, for Tori s sake Rule of Negotiation 4 A good attorney is always prepared. This was the moment when I actually felt a connection with the characters, I could feel their emotions Tori s anger and hurt I really felt for her I was on her side since the very start, so when she got the news I couldn t really blame her for lashing out, now could I She had every right in the world And for Brit to act so innocently, god You would think he didn t have any sense of guilt, or he was damn good at suppressing itRule of Negotiation 5 Never let them see you sweat. Once again, Tori shows us how strong she really is I admire her She s the kind of strong character I like Even though I don t exactly approve of her methods To avoid thinking about Brit she buries herself in work,work I must admit though, that even though I was really annoyed with Brit, and I realize this now, I loved the ending They both had some serious issues to overcome before they could be together Brit s need to take over the family when it wasn t really his place he tried to solve everyone else s problems, but he couldn t even see his own And Tori s trusting issues, she was hiding away in a pile of papers, refusing to see what was right in front of her in fear she would get hurt, like her mother had.But Brit wasn t like her father not in the end and she was nothing like her mother She was strong, and he even though still a bit of an arrogant asshole was sweet and caring and sexy as hell.As an overall conclusion, and I just changed my mind here after giving it a though, Rules of Negotiation was a pretty good book A nice, easy read Oh And I was totally forgetting it was rather hot at times Really hot at timesRule of Negotiation 6 When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smile And never let it go.

  5. Nicola Marsh Nicola Marsh says:

    If I had to use a few words to sum up Inara Scott s debut category romance, they would be category romance with substance Inara pens a gorgeous, sexy hero in Brit, a hero with flaws who isn t afraid to admit them when it counts.And the heroine Tori is a feisty, upfront heroine who I loved for her forthrightness, her confidence in her work and her vulnerability in her personal life.Together, these two strong willed characters equal fireworks I laughed out loud at several one liners in this book If I had to use a few words to sum up Inara Scott s debut category romance, they would be category romance with substance Inara pens a gorgeous, sexy hero in Brit, a hero with flaws who isn t afraid to admit them when it counts.And the heroine Tori is a feisty, upfront heroine who I loved for her forthrightness, her confidence in her work and her vulnerability in her personal life.Together, these two strong willed characters equal fireworks I laughed out loud at several one liners in this book, one of my favourites an example of Tori s forthrightness she s mad at Brit, he asks if she s upset for a particular reason, her response No, I m upset because you re an asshole I love an honest heroine and Tori is all that and .A highly enjoyable read

  6. Melissa Simmons Melissa Simmons says:

    First of all, I have to say I ve always been a fan of romance novels if they re well written I consider well written to mean they have a plot and characters who arethan skin deep and maybe some dialogue to go along with the all the naughty scenes I am so happy to report that Inara Scott s Rules of Negotiation fits all these criteria The story is sweet and funny while still being sexy, the characters are well developed and likable and the plot moves steadily, pulling you along for the ri First of all, I have to say I ve always been a fan of romance novels if they re well written I consider well written to mean they have a plot and characters who arethan skin deep and maybe some dialogue to go along with the all the naughty scenes I am so happy to report that Inara Scott s Rules of Negotiation fits all these criteria The story is sweet and funny while still being sexy, the characters are well developed and likable and the plot moves steadily, pulling you along for the ride This book draws you in from the very beginning and you are rooting for the characters and their happy ever after before long I laughed, cried and sighed as the story went on My husband laughed at me but I don t care, I m used to it The story is told from the third person perspective and it s really fun to see both sides as the couple struggles with their unexpected feelings for one another Inara Scott is such a talented voice in the romance genre Her ability to tell a compelling story really translates into any genre she tries her hand at I cannot wait to read her next endeavor

  7. Melody May (What I& Melody May (What I& says:

    Also at feel so accomplish lately, I have been able to get to read some great books lately So, todays selection is Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott Let me tell you this book was fun Here is what the story is about We have a workaholic lawyer by the name of Tori Anderson, who has six rules she follows when she negotiates which are 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts I have to agree with that one 2 Assume nothing good advice 3 When in doubt Also at feel so accomplish lately, I have been able to get to read some great books lately So, todays selection is Rules of Negotiation by Inara Scott Let me tell you this book was fun Here is what the story is about We have a workaholic lawyer by the name of Tori Anderson, who has six rules she follows when she negotiates which are 1 Beware of sexy CEOs bearing favorable contracts I have to agree with that one 2 Assume nothing good advice 3 When in doubt attack 4 A good attorney is always prepare kinda like the Boy Scouts motto 5 Never let them see you sweat6 When you re offered the deal of a lifetime, smileAll those are very good rules to follow, somehow they get thrown out the window when she comes across Brit Bencher Now he s a guy who is oozing of charm and sex appeal, who wouldn t swoon over that Plus, they don t call him The Slayer for nothing Brit did some research on Tori and found out that she represents a very important person, Garth Solen Which would be fabulous if he could get his sister Melissa a job working at Solen Labs All he needs is Tori s help However, he goes about it the wrong way Now the question are will Brit be able to fix the blunder or will he not get a chance Can his charm save the day or is he just out of luck there My thoughts Loved it I mean first off you gotta love when the hero has a nickname, especially when it s The Slayer That s just fabulous Second of you have to appreciate a strong will women who isn t so easily charm by a handsome devil of a man and is willing to stand her ground However, that could be a disadvantage at the same time However, you come to understand why Tori has built up these walls Life can be pretty jacked up, but its how you handle them that will make or break you So, I hope you get a chance to check out this book, because it s a lot of fun You know you want to read about a guy with the nickname of The Slayer So, see ya next time and happy reading

  8. Romancing the Book Romancing the Book says:

    Reviewed By PattiReview Copy Provided By Publisher I enjoyed the dynamics of the characters in this story Brit and Tori are both portrayed as human with successes and imperfections Neither was super defensive but they were cautious They viewed most things realistically I liked how the attraction was not an instant love at first sight, flash of lightening kind of feeling but wasa slower drawing together as they learned things about each other through conversation and spending time toget Reviewed By PattiReview Copy Provided By Publisher I enjoyed the dynamics of the characters in this story Brit and Tori are both portrayed as human with successes and imperfections Neither was super defensive but they were cautious They viewed most things realistically I liked how the attraction was not an instant love at first sight, flash of lightening kind of feeling but wasa slower drawing together as they learned things about each other through conversation and spending time together Brit learns many things about his relationship with his family, his attitude about business and also what success and happiness really mean Tori realizes that you need to live your life for yourself and that letting other people determine what makes you happy is a huge mistake They begin to look at where they are in life and also revisit old dreams and desires What do you do when the life you are living isn t the life that makes you happy Reading this made me think about what dreams I may want to resurrect and also who I am trying to make happy Is it me or am I doing what I think is expected of me This is an author I will definitely be reading again Favorite Quote These breasts He looked at them, incredulous These breasts could never be in the way Shame on you for suggesting such a thing Now this thong, on the other hand He motioned toward it with a mocking grin This thong is absolutely unnecessary

  9. life& life& says:

    I m mixed between two three stars the book was okay to good Most of the book was okay, but the end was good it was cute I wish the book was longer because everything happened so fast I didn t think the big drama of the book was all that big so I kept thinking there wasbut there wasn t I thought the characters were really one dimensional I didn t know them at all Brit tries to use Tori to get a phone number to help his sister get a job Only during the time of trying to use he I m mixed between two three stars the book was okay to good Most of the book was okay, but the end was good it was cute I wish the book was longer because everything happened so fast I didn t think the big drama of the book was all that big so I kept thinking there wasbut there wasn t I thought the characters were really one dimensional I didn t know them at all Brit tries to use Tori to get a phone number to help his sister get a job Only during the time of trying to use her if you can even call it that he falls in love with her Tori is smart and puts two and two together and gets SUPER mad seriously, it s not THAT big of a deal She breaks up with him until they obviously get back together in the end Tori is a workaholic and has zero personality aside from work, work, work I LOVED the airport scene at the end, that made the book for me I think I would feel completely differently if maybe I got to know BOTH of the main charactersaside from her being a crazy workaholic and him, well, I don t even really know him aside from him thinking he needed to raise his family even though both of his parents are still alive I didn t love it and I didn t hate it It s a really short book I found it because it was being compared to 50 Shades but it was really nothing like that

  10. Jacqueline& Jacqueline& says:

    Love the blurb, but the reviews seem lacking maybe.

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