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Posted May 25, 2013
This story was little shallow i cant imagine u can move from broken heart so easily into another relationship and new love and how she continue to play everybody
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Posted September 30, 2013
What a fun read! For a debut novel, Laura Dunaway has delivered an entertaining story with true, identifiable characters. When I was finished one chapter, I was hooked and had to just read one more chapter.....four chapters later, I reluctantly put the book away so I could get a few hours sleep before work. I'm really glad I read this book and there were quite a few scenes that were smile inducing. I recommend this book and I look forward to Ms. Dunaway's next book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 3, 2013
Posted May 29, 2013
I don't know where to begin with this book. I had the honor of reading Distorted and giving my honest review... which is exactly what you're always going to get from me!
This story is different than a lot of books I read- the type of relationships, friendships, & work relationships.
I can bet that everyone has had a crush on their boss or another employee, but what happens when that gets taken to another level? What happens when you take the "best friend" to the next level? This is exactly what happens to Aly.
Aly is a super smart and attractive girl (from what I gather from employees and friends,) but she doesn't see herself that way. She also crushes hard on her boss. I mean to the point she's about to lose it with the dumb ass girlfriend he's been carrying on his arm for like 3 years.
Paul is her boss... he's hot, rich, gets along great with Aly, and can't stand Ethan. There are so many attributes that he has that pull you in. He is a very caring person, especially with people in needy communities. That makes you love him, but then he makes mistakes. I just kept praying that Aly would be smarter than I was giving her credit!
Ethan, he is her best friend from college, works with her and Paul, and has been in love with her from first sight. He is everything that a girl wants. Even though Aly is in love with Pierce, he still stands by her, gives her time, and is always a perfect gentleman.
I sat down and read this book in one sitting! I couldn't put it down, and had to know what was going to happen. I just had to know if the good guy win or the rich prick!
My favorite part is how this books starts... with a definition. Distorted is to twist out of a proper or rational relation of parts; give a false account of; to cause to work in a twisted or disorderly manner; pervert ( my fav LOL) At the beginning, I didn't know how all of this would work into the book besides the obvious... title. By the end, my perspective was no longer distorted.. in fact, it was crystal clear! So if you want a crystal clear perspective on Distorted... you need to 1-click right now!
Posted May 18, 2013
Amazing story, and definitely an author to watch for!! The closet scene mortified me but the entire story was well written and had a wonderful plot! 5 stars!!!! Can't wait for the next story!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 13, 2013
I so loved this book! What’s not to love about a love triangle! It’s one of my favorite things to read about! So we start out with Aly swooning hard over her boss, the handsome and rich CEO Paul Pierce. She has been his assistant for 3 years and has loved him from a far the entire time. He has a girlfriend so Aly has accepted things will never be and she just works for him. They start working on a community outreach project and things feelings and emotions start to change for Paul.
So I’m at this point... Go team Paul! What’s not to love about a hot CEO right?
Well then… enter Aly’s best friend from college, Ethan. He also works with Paul and Aly and is always there for Aly. He is so sweet and perfect and handsome in his own right. When Aly has problems, Ethan is the shoulders she leans on.
So at this point… I’m like, awh… Go team Ethan… oh wait... Paul is still the hot CEO... Go team Paul!
Aly then starts to realize she has a little more feelings for Ethan that what she originally thought. She loves Paul and has never received it back but when she is around Ethan, she feels something changing… Ethan has always made it clear that he loves Aly and would wait for her. Yup, what a guy! Go team Ethan!
Then… While working on a project together Paul finally decides to make some moves on Aly and what they share is something she has never felt with anyone. It’s hot, its passionate, its everything she has ever wanted… But then enter the girlfriend, Casey. Paul tells Aly he will break up with her and they will be together. Aly has always loved him and her heart belongs to him so she agrees… Whooohoo… go Team Paul… When it looks like all will be happy, all hell breaks loose! I swear this book has the best HE DID WHAT moment of any book I have read! Oh hell no…. Paul does something that will change their relationship forever! Paul is so on my list but there is just something about him that makes me swoon… (Call me crazy... yes I know!)
Aly is devastated! How can she get over from what Paul did to her? Can she move past it?? Can you forgive him??? Or does she belong with Ethan? She knows he loves her but can she love him back the way he deserves? I can say this book has a great HEA and leaves the door open for a second book for one of the male characters that doesn’t get the girl… Who will it be, Team Paul or Team Ethan?? Does she pick Paul, the man she has loved for 3 years and has always held her heart? Or does she pick Ethan, the equally handsome best friend that has always been there for her? You will have to read to find out!
Posted May 30, 2013
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Posted May 28, 2013
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