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Perhaps the bar was set high after Manwhore ..... but Tahoe's story was a little too drawn out for me. The story takes place right after the Saint's leave for their honeymoon and over the course of the following year ...... it takes FOREVER for Tahoe and Regina to finally get together. I don't know if I found it believable .... it certainly did not reflect the angst I should have felt at certain points in the book. I was generous with my rating because I have hopes for the next installment which I hope is Tahoe's sister interning with the other womanizing man whore. I have high hopes the next one will be the five stars I am used to giving her. Credit worthy? If you have nothing better to read, yes, otherwise wait for a sale. I did use a credit FYI.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
I was very disappointed in Ladies Man: Tahoe's Story. For 6.5 hours Tahoe and Gina dance around each other. They start out as acquaintances in Manwhore and Manwhore +1 and in Ladies Man they build a friendship to falling in love. It takes about a 1.5 years for the relationship to bloom into falling in love. The last 1.5 hrs is Tahoe and Gina admitting they love each other and having sex.
Manwhore and Manwhore +1 had an element of mystery, suspense, and fun. Very little of these elements are in Ladies Man. I almost returned it twice but decided to hear it out. During Gina and Tahoe dancing around each other Gina did date another man and Tahoe kept up his string of one night stands. Gina asked Tahoe if he's ever been in love and he tells her he worshiped Lisa. So any romance guru can guess with a couple of scenarios what happened with Tahoe and Lisa. THE END
I don't like it when people give a bad rating to a book just because it wasn't their cup-of-tea. It gives an unfair rating to people who do like that type of book. It's not that Ladies Man isn't my cup-of-tea it's that I expected a WHOLE LOT MORE. I loved Manwhore and Manwhore +1 and just don't want anyone to expect the same type of book with Ladies Man. I've had this book pre-ordered for weeks and once again...AM REALLY DISAPPOINTED with the cookie-cutter-romance.
So I believe I gave a fair rating: 3 stars for the cookie-cutter-romance
5 stars for the astounding Grace Grant
4 stars overall
Whether or not it's worth a credit will have to be your opinion. I'm returning my copy.
11 of 13 people found this review helpful
After reading Manwhore I was so excited to read Tahoe and Gina's story, and as much as I loved it, I found it quite emotional. Both Tahoe and Gina have low self esteem issues. Neither of them feel as if they deserve love, or that they can love, I found it quite sad really. I found Gina, (who I originally thought as a strong woman), to be very weak, and far too accommodating and forgiving with Tahoe. Tahoe was a complete and utter Manwhore, who did not remotely try to tone his whorish ways in Gina's presence. It wasn't until the latter half of the book when I learned their histories and their issues that I felt any compassion for either of them and could actually relate to them, Tahoe in particular. I actually fell for Tahoe once I heard his full story and I could understand his inner workings. Very angsty, and definitely not a fun read. Still enjoyed it though. Of course the fantastic narration helped.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Tahoe and Regina.. The best of friends who should be more.. finally are😀they're broken but made for each other ! What a fabulous story excellently narrated by grace grant as expected.