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Story lacked substance. It seemed to be in the hear and now & then suddenly skipped nine months. Events that took place within the that 9 months were referred to later in the story - i may have understood Torie's issues a bit better if this part wasn't skipped. For the most part Tori was judgemental with a terrible attitude towards Jamie. Jamie was dominant, crude and wouldnt take no for an answer. They played the game of
a love/hate relationship and were back and forth again & again which was frankly exhausting. Tory in my mind was slightly mad and needed therapy. Jamie was up front & honest with Tori but she was defensive and in denial of her feelings. it was very much a one sided relationship and noone would blame Jamie for bailing but he hung on in there. Once Tori admitted liking Jamie, and believe me it took a while, she then became whiney, jealous and needy. The narrator soundex exactly as portrayed. A positive is Sebastian Yorks voice - I could listen to him for hours but
Overall disappointed with the story
Not sure how to rate this book. I wasn't sure if I even liked the characters during the first half of the book. The story follows cocky Manwhore Jamie McCade who has his eye on Tori Rivera , Tori has recently had her heart broken and is in no way interested in men, at all. Jamie, though, will not take no for an answer, and is extremely persistent. Written in dual POV I found that when I read Tori's POV, I disliked Jamie immensely, I didn't like the way she perceived him, and I did not particularly like Tori either. Yet when I read Jamie's POV he did not come across quite as distasteful, but more endearing and cockily cute. I even liked Tori much more from Jamie's POV. As the book progressed so did my love for Jamie. In parts the story seemed to drag a little and not a lot seemed to be happening, I was also wound up by Tori's denial of her feelings, but overall I've got to say it turned out to be an enjoyable, easy read. With Kate Russell and Sebastian York, the narration is perfect.