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Posted May 5, 2011
This book was sooooooo boring, I thought I would never finish. I had to skip a lot of pages because there was NOTHING about this story that held my interest. The main characters and story line was a major YAWN. The author was TOO descriptive, she told you every thought and action of the characters. Sienna had too many rules, she had a rule for every situation. It reminded me of the movie "Two Can Play that Game" with Vivica Fox. I wish I could give this zero stars, what a waste of money.......
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Posted April 9, 2011
Interview With Love by Lisa Watson was FAB-U-LOUS! I loved everything about this book! Sienna Lambert is a Consumer Psychologist. When she lands a deal with a huge client, she never expected that she would be interviewing more than the prospective clientele. On a company outing, she finds herself thrown into a baseball game, knocked unconscious, waking up to an Adonis before her. Shaking it off she heads for the showers. On her way out, after dressing of course, she is surprised to see the Adonis sitting in wait with her best friend Vivian. Vaughn, the man who plowed her over at third base introduces himself and they converse over tea and cheesecake. Not only do they share so many things in common, they are both working for the same Company. Vaughn is great, he helps his best friend raise his daughter, he is sincere, not to mention hot enough to make your blood boil on a cold winter night. What more could a girl ask for? Vaughn runs his ad campaigns by her only to be shot down. Offended, he storms off. Now it becomes his mission to apologize for making a fool of himself with his brashness, and to make this beautiful psychologist his. Let the 'Rules' begin. Sienna is constantly making up rules to live by. I absolutely loved this character and found her rules endearing and at times humorous. We watch this couple grow, and fall apart only to grow some more. Vaughn is the perfect man any girl would want, Sienna is the perfect woman any man would want. Well maybe not, even though she's a psychologist, she still has her issues. Needless to say, their romance is so enthralling and it was fantastic to watch this couple grow in each other as well as themselves. Sienna has a secret though? Can their relationship withstand all the ups and downs or will Vaughn end up being just another notch in Sienna's lipstick case? During this entire book I found myself laughing, talking to myself when something crazy happened, and falling in love with these characters. The entire book I pictured as a movie playing out in my head. I so could see Wanda Sykes as Vivian. It was her voice I heard every time Vivian spoke. This would be a great movie! Watson did a phenomenal job! I love her writing style, her character development was right on key, and I cannot wait to read the next book in this Interview Series, Interview With Danger. I loved the sneak peek excerpt - already loving it. I give Interview With Love (6) Latte's. Loved it! Highly recommended. ~BK WalkerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 30, 2011
Sienna Lambert loves her job as a consumer psychologist. She moderates focus groups to assist companies with marketing their products to the public. Sienna needs everything to be orderly and she needs to be in control. She has established many rules that she lives her life by to keep this control.
Vaughn Deveraux works for an ad agency and is an adrenaline junkie that takes life by the horns and lives in the moment instead of trying to control it.
Sienna and Vaughn meet at an outing for a mutual client. Vaughn knocks Sienna off of her feet, literally, during a baseball game. When Sienna regains consciousness, she realizes she didn't stop him from scoring and he's very attractive. Vaughn and Sienna become good friends and eventually lovers. Vaughn opens Sienna's world up and she lets go of her rules.
"Interview with Love" is a feel good story. It's a simple love story of two people who meet and put their trust in each other; they overcome common trials and tribulations that plague every relationship. I love a good love story that's realistic and not too sappy or mushy and "Interview with Love" gave me that. Only complaint I have is the cover artwork should've been closer to the description of the main characters. I cannot wait for the sequel. I give "Interview with Love" 5 out of 5 stars and two thumbs up!
Reviewed by: Alicia
Posted July 6, 2013
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