Craving Her Curves

Craving Her Curves

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by Nora Stone
     
 

When journalist Charlotte Rivera is assigned to interview Joey Parker, the drop dead gorgeous quarterback for the Dallas Bullets, she knows that she is in a world of trouble. The interview turns into the prelude to a fast and furious passion connection that leaves them both stunned. As they tenderly explore the heat that spirals between, danger brews in the shadows

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When journalist Charlotte Rivera is assigned to interview Joey Parker, the drop dead gorgeous quarterback for the Dallas Bullets, she knows that she is in a world of trouble. The interview turns into the prelude to a fast and furious passion connection that leaves them both stunned. As they tenderly explore the heat that spirals between, danger brews in the shadows and they may pay a higher price for love than they ever imagined! 

Find out in this exciting first book of Craving Her Curves!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152180909
Publisher:
Mahogany Publications
Publication date:
04/06/2015
Series:
Craving Her Curves , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
14,032
File size:
255 KB

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Craving Her Curves 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The repetitions of "we laughed" "we giggled" "I snorted" "I snickered " absolutely started to drive me batty about a chapter in. Most of the time the phrases seemed miss placed. The storyline was there; that's about all I can say
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasnt thrilled with this book. Ended with a cliffhanger first of all. And second, the author only wrote a tiny bit about Joey and Charlotte.  It was more about Charlotte, her friends, and another guy named Hugo she was screwing around with.  This book did not get me hooked into reading the rest of this story. Simply because Joey and Charlotte were hardly the main topic in part one of this series.
Anonymous 21 days ago
I really like the way the story unfolds, I started rooting for their main character (male) because he sounds like a man I would love to meet! The story is well written, very fluid! The characters are believable I felt like I could know these people..Wish! You will love this book!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Although I enjoyed part 1, I will not be purchasing parts 2, 3 or 4. I prefer complete books. It was an easy, fun read and I would read Ms. Stone again. Just don't like the cliffhanger and having to purchase 3 more novellas for Joey and Charlotte to get their HEA.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am glad this book was free! It was very juvenile writing and it mostly talked about Charlotte and her friends. There was no story line with her and Joey and then this guy Hugo was introduced. Not much of a cliffhanger at the end so no need to buy the rest of the books. You can easily make up your own ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad story, but not really about Charlotte and Joey. Not really happy about having to buy a new book every 123 or so pages either, so not even sure I'll buy the next one.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story started out okay, but there were too many side tangents. The description makes it seem like Charlotte and Joey are the main characters, when in fact it's written as if Joey's more of a minor. The story is mainly about Charlotte and her friends, who giggle and laugh their way through every situation. There was lengthy dialogue between Charlotte and unimportant side characters that could have been summed up in a sentence or two, or taken out completely. I don't need to hear the history of every person Charlotte comes across. Also there were too many sub plots and main plots that I got confused as to what the real plot was. Too many unbelievable events happen and are resolved, with a bow, in a chapter or two. You could have taken just one of the subplots and made it a good book rather than have every one all at once. Charlotte was supposed to be strong and confident, but for me she came across as whiney and juvenile. Pretty dissapointing because the description sounded really good. I wish the book could have just been about Joey and Charlotte and most of the other stuff could have been left out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was very good, but I get tired of having to buy more books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is unfortunately going to be a DNF for me. Seemed like it could have been a good story line but I couldn't get past every character statement ending with I said or she said or so and so said. Every character conversation was painful. I'm not picky when it comes to grammar when reading a book but I had to put this one down. I wouldn't even say it was a grammar error just overuse.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
123 pages...a great bbw read. Author did a great job not make the main character feel bad and her bbw status instead made her a smart women. My only problem was that to much time was spend on Char and her two best friends and not a lot of time on Char and Joey's relationship. Can even forgive the almost no sexual relationships happen. I hope Nora Stone will continue this series for nook. I for one can't wait for the next one.