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Special Kind of Woman [NOOK Book]

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Collin Noonan has the world in his hands, being the youngest top executive at his firm, the envy of all men as well as the lover of many women. Collin along with some of the other executives takes part in a game, a game in which they must date a woman who is basically ‘shy, homely and undesirable’. Collin has won this game every year and this year will be no exception that is until he meets Regina Talbot

Regina Talbot is your average ‘Plain ...
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Overview

Collin Noonan has the world in his hands, being the youngest top executive at his firm, the envy of all men as well as the lover of many women. Collin along with some of the other executives takes part in a game, a game in which they must date a woman who is basically ‘shy, homely and undesirable’. Collin has won this game every year and this year will be no exception that is until he meets Regina Talbot

Regina Talbot is your average ‘Plain Jane’, she’s never been part of the ‘in crowd’ always keeping to herself and is extremely painfully shy towards men. She never would think that any man would be interested in her, especially that of handsome Collin Noonan.

Watch as Collin and Regina began on a road of self-discovery of themselves as well as the obstacles that will eventually causes problems for their future.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016016948
  • Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/28/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 195,493
  • File size: 333 KB

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  • Posted February 28, 2013

    When I first read the synopsis on this book I was intrigued I re

    When I first read the synopsis on this book I was intrigued I really wanted it to be good but, it just wasn't.  I found myself fighting just to keep from throwing it away.  I should've read the bad reviews and, seen what they said before getting this book.  One thing that i've discovered is that people will give five stars to any book as long as it has semi  good sex scenes and, reads slightly better then a children's book.  First thing I had a problem with and, the most annoying thing for me reading this was the fact that the writer didn't seem to know how to transition her characters from one setting to another.  Example at the beginning of the book the male lead wakes in bed with another woman.  He's not dressed neither is she.  He tells her that she needs to get ready to leave so she want be late for work they talk for a bit then his phone rings, he answers has a conversation and, then suddenly he's in his car starting it.  Wait what? That keeps happening throughout the story first the they're at one place then out of nowhere they're somewhere else.  Like the female lead standing in the parking garage waiting for her friend, she sees her she tells her about her date then somehow they're at the grocery store! The next thing is the female lead she seems to me to be suffering from some kind of mental illness because no normal woman no matter how shy should act the way she does.  Like shaking so bad near a guy that she starts rattling the cart that she's.  I'm shy and, I don't freak like that, it was just over doing it.  In my opinion this book reads like the first draft of a story and, then the author decided it didn't need any work and, got it published like this.  My advice to the writer is take some classes, hire an editor and, spend more time developing your story before getting it published.  I know this is this writers first book or, at least I hope it was but, I really don't think i'll be buying anymore of her books.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2013

    Horrible! I want my money back...

    Sheesh where do I start. Aahh this was the most frustrating book ever! Every time I turn around the heroine is crying about something! The male lead and his friends act like chldren. Then as the other reviewer stated the transitioning in the book sucks. I couldn't even finish the book because when you put all the issues together it was annoying!!!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2014

    It held some promise, somethings went for one extreme to another

    It held some promise, somethings went for one extreme to another. The female lead jump from 0 to 60. For a woman inexperience with men she had me fooled. The main male i was excepting to see him go from cold jerk to lovable jerk, he on the other hand i didn't  really see either. He was just present, if that makes any sense at all. I wouldn't recommendation it. But if you don't believe me, i will apologize in advance for  the time you waste on it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2013

    I loved it.

    Great read! She stayed herself and he started liking what he saw. A real woman can turn the head of an idiot man.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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