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Not Until You Part III: Not Until You Crave

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  • Posted June 25, 2013

    OMG... LOVE IT. LEAVES YOU HUNGRY FOR MORE AND MORE.............

    OMG... LOVE IT. LEAVES YOU HUNGRY FOR MORE AND MORE................

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2014

    Great story

    Great story, but wish authors would sell complete books instead of a few chapters at a time...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    Too Short

    What the heck was this not one book? SO frustrating

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  • Posted June 26, 2013

    Is it Tuesday yet? This e-series gets better and better. Each on

    Is it Tuesday yet? This e-series gets better and better. Each one is a few chapters long. It's short but its coming together really nicely. 




    Andre showed up in this one. He was worried about his baby sister. When he saw Foster he recognized him and it pissed him off. But Andre can't be judgemental. After all he is part of the ranch also and his situation is far worst than Foster's. At least Foster can be out with the one he's dating. Andre can't ever since his situation with Evan and Jace is so unique. 




    Cela is a college graduate who is still treated like a kid by her family. His brother and father are both very over protective. She was caught when she was younger by her mother looking at some stuff she shouldn't have so when Foster says something to her, she goes back to that time and she feels ashamed. I think Cela has something's she need to deal with and get over. She was always a good catholic girl. I don't know how she'll be able to being with Foster. 




    It's going to be interesting if she goes to the ranch. Foster is very dominant and he's been holding back with Cela. He has feelings for her. But he feels she's too inexperienced and wants to let her live life. Cela has feelings for him also, a part of her likes that Foster dominates her. She submits to him very easily, it's like it's something that comes to her naturally. 




    Foster has a secret something to do with a sister or a family member. Something happened to the child. Can't wait to see how that is revealed. I think that's also why he wants to protect Cela also, he doesn't want her to get hurt. 




    I can't wait for Jace to show up. Oh damn Jace and Foster in one story, now that is scorching hot. Read this series, it keeps you wanting more. 

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