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He's the Man

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

So, it's no secret I love this author. And I lurve the Alexander

So, it's no secret I love this author. And I lurve the Alexanders series! The best thing about M. Malone is that she is consistent. Her books are great and you can count on her to entertain you!!

This one is no different. I loved it. When I got approved for the ARC, I ...
So, it's no secret I love this author. And I lurve the Alexanders series! The best thing about M. Malone is that she is consistent. Her books are great and you can count on her to entertain you!!

This one is no different. I loved it. When I got approved for the ARC, I did a quick happy dance and started rereading the first 2 to get myself reacquainted with all the hotness that is the Alexander family. I love me some Jackson and Nick and now Matt. Yum Yum.

Penny is all grown up and is now a Physical Therapist. Matt doesn't think he needs any help and especially none from his old babysitter, Penny. He couldn't be more wrong. This book has angst, humor, sexy times, and love. What more could you ask for? I hope there are going to be more in this series and you can bet I will be first in line. Don't hesitate on this one, ladies.

This can be a standalone, but it's best to read the first 2 just so you can love and appreciate the supporting characters. It's worth it!

Copy kindly provided via the Author and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!! --Tammy--

posted by Tammy_SmutReviewer on August 18, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Good not great

## Just OK. My least favorite of the series so far. Ridley and Raina's stories were fabulous, stunning in fact. And I was really looking forward to Matt's story because....well, let's face it: he's H.O.T. hot. But I have to admit I was disappointed. The Alexander family...
## Just OK. My least favorite of the series so far. Ridley and Raina's stories were fabulous, stunning in fact. And I was really looking forward to Matt's story because....well, let's face it: he's H.O.T. hot. But I have to admit I was disappointed. The Alexander family was still marvelous as was Matt himself (only reason I upped the rating to 3 stars). It was the heroine that didn't do it for me. She felt really cold and stuffy until the end. Really, I couldn't picture her at all. Was she pretty? Who knows? With the severe bun, the glasses, the grey slacks and the sensible white cotton underwear, it was hard to imagine this total hunk being so attracted to her. Something has to attract you enough to persue. I couldn't feel any chemistry between her and Matt, which is an absolute must in my opinion. And the couple of sex scenes were lackluster at best. It's like a different person wrote this. Jackson & Ridley and Nick & Raina's chemistry was off the charts. Hopefully, Eli's story will be better.

posted by 9394860 on September 19, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2014

    So, so

    This book had a lot of potential but fell flat compared to the previous two books, which I really enjoyed. The characters are not well developed, the story focuses more on his physical therapy than on the budding romance, sex scenes were skipped all together, and a good number of chapters were focused on the secondary characters and unrelated stories. As a result, the book was scattered and pretty boring, to the point that I skipped pages at a time. Quite a disappointment.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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