Mine 'Til Monday

Mine 'Til Monday

by Ruby Laska

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BN ID: 2940016272146
Publisher: Ruby Laska
Publication date: 03/17/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 688 KB

About the Author

Ruby Laska grew up in a small town in Arkansas, where her passions included state fairs, Vince Gill, and the local library. A West Coast transplant, she lives and works in Emeryville, California. When not writing sweet love stories with a bit of spice, Ruby loves to explore San Francisco’s neighborhoods, stopping in at every shoe store and searching for the perfect cup of joe.

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Mine 'Til Monday 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
First of all, what kind of a name is Mud? Some kind of drunk hick name? Why would you ask a guy named Mud to be your fake boyfriend? Well, Dorothy would do just about anything to climb up that corporate ladder. The two have always mixed like oil and water. But for the weekend, he is hers. Their foreplay revolves around golf--a sport--which I found boring. I would've been able to put up with the sport had the couple had real chemistry, but they didn't. Pretty sad when a story is so dull that you can't get through a novella.
BookGeekUK More than 1 year ago
This was one of those free books. Looking at my TBR, I have a few more by Ruby Laska too. I don't know what it is, but they're is something about Dot, that irritated me. It wasn't like a woodpecker at my head, more like a fly buzzing round. I just wanted to get in her face and show my annoyance. I got the feeling that she considered herself better than Mud, because of her up bringing, job, perfect-ness. It was like Mud didn't match up to that and if I was Mud, i would have walked away from that, regardless of how much you think you love someone. Nevertheless I still enjoyed it, it was a good read... It's just not one of those books where you feel empty at the end.
starznstripes24 More than 1 year ago
2 1/2 stars The story line has been done before and there wasn't a lot of variation or much in the way of twists in the story. It was a quick and fun read. The characers were very likable and written in a way where I had an image of them in my head. They share a history from when they were children. I enjoy these types of stories and always like hearing of incidents from the pair's youth. This was done very well and I liked the way their childhood was referenced. The book ends at 85% - which I hate! I'm always expecting more, and in this case - it really needed it. It wrapped up way too quickly and there was implied resolution. The ending seemed forced. There really needed to be a conversation between Dot and Mud where they delved into the hurts and why actions were the way they were. As a reader, we know - as a character in the book, they have no clue and appear waek and simple by just ignoring the hurt and saying (in essence) OK, lets move forward like nothing bad ever happened. I would have loved to have respected the charaters in the end by having some sort of an appology offered and accepted. I was mad at Mud for treating Dot that way and hurting her. It's difficult for me to be happy with the rushed HEA.