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All the Wright Moves

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2014


    Good story plenty of hot scenes and strong alpa male

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  • Posted July 18, 2011

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    This wasn't a bad read for me. Never read anything by the author before, so maybe I think I would try something else.

    Warwick is multi-billion dollar soft ware designer. Warwick lost his wife many years ago and that has made him loom at life different. His company has donated computers to The Oasis,a community center. While there installing the computers, he meets Katiya the owner of the center. After meeting with Katiya they both are attracted to each other.

    Katiya has worked hard to finally have her community center, The Oasis. She knew she was getting a donation from the big corporation company and went in the day of to see how things are running. She sees Warwick installing the equipment and had no idea who he was. When she felt herself becoming close to Warwick, she begins to push him away, because of her past.

    This read was ok for me, didn't wow me like I thought it would. I really liked the storyline, but I found my interest dwindling after the first 2 chapters. The first chapter really had my interest, when Warwick and Katiya first met. What also caught my interest and curiosity through out the book was Calix, Warwicks's brother and Rhianna, Katiya's good friend relationship in the book. I felt like the story had good ingredients, but combining them didn't turn out as expected. Though this was an ok read for me, I would like to read the sequel as I suspect there might be one.

    PS: I love the movie classic seven brides for seven brothers ( mentioned in the book)

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