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The Principal's Office

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

love scenes that are extremely hot

The Principal's Office I had met Ms. Haynes at a book signing not too long ago and had been intrigued with her work but didn't have the chance to read any. So, when this book fell on my lap to review, I was happy to get the chance. And as shallow as this sounds, I was f...
The Principal's Office I had met Ms. Haynes at a book signing not too long ago and had been intrigued with her work but didn't have the chance to read any. So, when this book fell on my lap to review, I was happy to get the chance. And as shallow as this sounds, I was fascinated by the cover. It was pretty and it had so much promise; I could not wait to devour it. A promise well delivered, indeed. This book is full of love scenes that are extremely hot with believable characters, realistic circumstances and even realistic locations. I loved both H/h, their experiences together and I was fascinated with the locations mentioned in this book. Rachel Delaney, a divorcee, with two teenage sons was not looking for a relationship. However, a body to keep her warm would not be a bad idea. But will fate allow her that? Well, if not, “Law of Attraction” will. Rand just recently moved to the Bay Area, *cough-my neck of the woods-cough* for a new job. Though he is not looking for a relationship, he is “open” to what fate might bring him. Meeting by chance not once but three times, this couple decided to give in to fate, as some might call it. They both agreed to a no-strings-attached, booty call relationship. A perfect match as Rand, a sexy, tall, Viking-like man is very comfortable and very experienced with his sexuality and Rachel, though has been married, is on the timid side. She has never tried anything more than vanilla love making and Rand will definitely teach her a thing or two. These two explored everything from different places and positions to voyeurism to exhibitionism with occasional toys included. Hold their explorations aside, this couple also learned of unavoidable feelings for each other that grew from shallow sex dates to something deeper, possibly love? The romance and build up are not as strong but it’s there. Obviously, the sex scenes were plenty and very kinky. It is rather, uplifting to see a divorcee of any kind to finally get some. It's a hard predicament when past, family and present relations collide but Ms. Hayes made it easy for readers to understand it. I truly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who is looking for a light, fast paced, kinky read. *ARC provided by publisher

posted by AngelaCarr on February 8, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Good potential but for the right audience. The purpose of this r

Good potential but for the right audience.
The purpose of this review is to help others decide if they would like to read it. I typically don't like to write a bad review. I'm no writer myself so it's not something I could do. I'm 27, no kids and I wouldn't recommend th...
Good potential but for the right audience.
The purpose of this review is to help others decide if they would like to read it. I typically don't like to write a bad review. I'm no writer myself so it's not something I could do. I'm 27, no kids and I wouldn't recommend this to one of my friends because I just don't think it was something I could relate to. Personally, there wasn't enough build up with the characters for me, nor was there enough of the "sexual tension" that adds a little suspense and butterfly feelings for the audience. There were parts that I didn't think were necessary, too drawn out, and kind of boring. Also, I can enjoy some dirty talk like the next girl but after a couple conversations, it took away from it being romantic and sensual. If a guy over did it with the dirty talk like that, I'd find it hard to take him seriously. I can see this as something an older woman would enjoy. I've added my recommendations. If you want something free, try Nicky Charles (The Mating and The Keeping being my favs from her).

posted by 10874368 on March 17, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2012

    Stupid

    This was not worth the money at all so dumb! Not like 50 shades at all!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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