Unsuitable Men

Unsuitable Men

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by Nia Forrester
     
 
Beautiful, accomplished and a little uptight, Tracy Emerson thinks she has it all figured out, particularly when it comes to the kind of man she wants to end up with. And she knows for sure that Brendan Cole is not The One. First of all, he works in the music business, with rappers no less! His lifestyle is wholly unsuitable for a long-term partner, and not at all

Overview

Beautiful, accomplished and a little uptight, Tracy Emerson thinks she has it all figured out, particularly when it comes to the kind of man she wants to end up with. And she knows for sure that Brendan Cole is not The One. First of all, he works in the music business, with rappers no less! His lifestyle is wholly unsuitable for a long-term partner, and not at all compatible with hers. But she can't help that she's incredibly attracted to him and also can't overlook that he's always treated her better than any man ever has. So what would be the harm in spending time with him until someone more appropriate comes along? But soon Brendan's spirit and spontaneity break down Tracy's walls and have her questioning whether her criteria for the perfect man might not be all screwed up. Then, to make matters worse, as secrets and lies from her past begin to unravel, Tracy wonders whether she might not also be a little screwed up, and not at all the kind of woman Brendan would want in his future . . .

Editorial Reviews

Goodreads.com - MJ Kane, Author of the Butterfly Chronicles
Oh where to begin?

As a Romance writer, I've found that I prefer Women's Fiction more than the Chick Lit side of things (I write Women's Fiction as well). The reason is because I prefer to go deep into a characters mindset and discover what motivates them to do the things they do. Why did they make that mistake? Why react this way when they should have reacted another? What past experiences have scared them to the point that the results factor heavily in the decisions they make today?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016245157
Publisher:
Nia Forrester
Publication date:
09/25/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
277
Sales rank:
353,698
File size:
250 KB

Meet the Author

Nia Forrester lives and writes in Washington DC where, by day, she works on public policy and by night, she crafts woman-centered fiction that examines the complexities of life, love and the human condition. She welcomes feedback and email from her readers at or tweets to niaforrester.

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Unsuitable Men 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really good book that reads very quickly! I loved reading about Tracy and Brendon. I felt like I was able to experience what they were feeling. The author did a great job with character development and I appreciate that the book ended! I'm getting tired of reading these books with cliffhangers that leave you waiting and wondering what's next. Although there is a post-script, Maybe Never, it was not imperative that I read it. I wanted to and did read it because I was so in love with the characters. I'm looking forward to rrading more by this author. Barnes & Noble, please get your head out of the clouds and offer ALL of Ms. Forrester's books! Geesh!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am so in love with this series...The men are off the chain. I started with Afterwards and bought and read all three book in a weekend TWICE. This author is on my to watch list. Drama, Love, Forgivness, Spicy, Brendan, Brendan and more Brendan...Im not into thug romance so and at first I thought that was this series was about. I bouth afterwards just cause I was bored and ended up with the whole series...IT WAS GREAT. Will not disappoint you at all....
scandalist More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed reading this book, but not as much as the other two in the series. The characters were a little "over the top." The big secret was slightly disappointing.