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Run Rosie Run

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

EXCELLENT!!!!!!!

Finally. Thank you so much for finally making this book available. To anyone who reads these reviews looking for a good romance to read I highly recomend this entire series. Read in order, starting with Reckless Nights in Rome. To Ms. Mackenzie fantastic job looking...
Finally. Thank you so much for finally making this book available. To anyone who reads these reviews looking for a good romance to read I highly recomend this entire series. Read in order, starting with Reckless Nights in Rome. To Ms. Mackenzie fantastic job looking foward to more and sincerely hope you will see to the release of Desert Orchid on the Nook, please.

posted by 9827797 on January 11, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I'd anticipated the story of Rosie and Alexander since the first

I'd anticipated the story of Rosie and Alexander since the first book in this series, however, I am very disappointed that the author changed the already established nature of the characters to make it happen.  Rosie has been portrayed as a strong, independent, adventur...
I'd anticipated the story of Rosie and Alexander since the first book in this series, however, I am very disappointed that the author changed the already established nature of the characters to make it happen.  Rosie has been portrayed as a strong, independent, adventurous, straight-talking woman.  She was NONE of those things at any page in this book.  What happened, CC MacKenzie?  I think  the author tried to stick to typical romance novel formula, with a heroine that needs to be "saved" by the hero.  However, Rosie was not set up as a typical heroine.  She didn't need saving.  She needed her soul mate.

Also, for someone who claims to know Rosie very well and care for her, Alexander treats her like CRAP, especially in the bedroom. Considering the way the last two men cherished the bodies (and psyches) of the women in the previous two books, I was surprised at Alexander's repeated manhandling of Rosie. 

On top of all that, I just didn't buy the way it wrapped up at the end.  HOWEVER, I did give this 3 stars because it  was a quick read, I love the author's writing style, and I was so so so happy to check in with Bronte and Nico.  In the end, I say, read it!  Just don't expect Reckless Nights in Rome...

posted by 16601637 on February 18, 2013

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