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  • Posted June 30, 2012

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    Great Start

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty
    4 out of 5 Licks
    This is the first in a series of books by Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper. I love Aussie heroes because I totally read the accent in my head. And it’s always fun to have foreigners mix because there are always silly misunderstandings between them. I like the play that the brothers are twins so it makes the attraction that much easier to spread to the other. Adding Dylan and Hunter’s mama to the mix made it a nice way to help Annie feel a little more at home since she is now in an unfamiliar place with total strangers. I enjoyed the play between Hunter and Annie but I think what I felt was missing was a bigger conflict. Obviously they were both feeling a bit conflicted about Dylan since she started conversing with him first but she admits to not having serious feelings for Dylan. I enjoyed watching Annie stretch her comfort zones and then they went and threw a damn spider into the story (I am TERRIFIED of spiders and all dreams of ever visiting Australia have been stomped on my the tales of some of my Aussie authors!). lol Aside from that I am thankful there were no pictures or long descriptions of it. *shiver* When they finally get to the hanky panky it is explosive and all the flirting and foreplay worked well. I am really interested to see what happened in America with Dylan and Monet in the next book. All in all I definitely recommend this one. It’s a nice start to a new series that I imagine will just keep getting better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Great read!

    I loved this story. The ony bad thing was the ending seemed rushed. I think it was supposed to be a cliffhanger but to me this just left me confused as oppsed to wanting more. Overall i enjoyed the style. The banter between the main characters was entertaining. Definately worth reading, just beware the ending will satisfy, but will definately leave you in the middle.

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