Rhymes with Orange [Suncoast Society] (Siren Publishing Sensations)

Rhymes with Orange [Suncoast Society] (Siren Publishing Sensations)

by Tymber Dalton

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ISBN-13: 9781682954911
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Publication date: 08/08/2016
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Rhymes with Orange [Suncoast Society] (Siren Publishing Sensations) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Sarijane More than 1 year ago
I cannot say enough good about this book and the entire series. I totally loved it. Coop, Hunter, Todd, and Dani and all the twists and turns and snark and heat made for an awesome read. Tymber Dalton knocked it out of the park again.
BookWhoresBrothel More than 1 year ago
I am the first to tell you that I love Tymber! I am also the one to tell you to read this series. I have no idea how she writes like this! The dynamic of the four characters works. Sometimes I was lost but I would read again and go "Oh ya ok awesome". It is probably hard enough in real life to keep a four person relationship straight. But you know what this is a STORY. FICTION at its greatest. I for one loved it. Recommended!
sharonRNNJ More than 1 year ago
Tymber Dalton has written some of my favorite kink-positive erotic romances (eg, Dom by Default). I have read a few of her Suncoast Society books, of which "Rhymes With Orange" is one. I enjoyed this book but felt it left me wanting more depth and exposition. The development of Coop and Hunter's and Todd and Hunter's relationships was a bit brief and patchy in its depth and breadth. I didn't feel like I knew enough about how Hunter became Coop's slave, because the fact is more reported to the reader rather than the reader witnessing its development. We are told that Todd accepts that Hunter is Coop's slave but we never witness Todd's first acceptance of that relationship, with or without any initial sense of jealousy. There was a big jump from the beginning of Danielle and Coop's relationship from their beginning to explore their friendship to them being Dom and sub without much in between. Additionally, Hunter's family dynamic wasn't explored enough to make me accept the overall extreme dysfunction the reader must accept as the family's dynamic. For example, we seem to be told about the nasty comments having been said by Hunter's sibs rather than actually reading the actual conversations. Another example of the need for more story in the story is everyone's immediate acceptance of the proposed solution to Hunter's and Danielle's individual problems (sorry for being so vague but I don't want to give any spoilers) near the end of the book. One would expect that there would be at least some pushback by one of the characters and/or a somewhat complex hurdle or conflict in the plot that we would witness being overcome. That said, when I read the relationship interactions that were described in the book as being in the present, I found the book to be quite enjoyable and sufficiently descriptive. I wanted to love this book but just merely enjoyed it.
SunshineReads More than 1 year ago
WOW! Awesome. Yes the characters dynamic is a tad confusing looking at it from the outside, but reading their story it makes perfect sense. One of the best books of the Suncoast Society series. Dealing with anxiety both Hunter and Dani have had a tough time. Todd does his best to help his lover but Coop can give Hunter something Todd can not. Dominance! Now Dani healing from a past failed relationship and accident needs some structure also. The four together works for all. After all isn't that what matters most?
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
This story has so many levels and layers that make it a great read. From the beginning I was drawn to the characters and it was hard to put the book down to do things like go to work and sleep. It was wonderful to see that Coop is an honorable person and puts first things first. His loyalty to each of the other people make is easier for everyone to trust both him and each other more. There is so much caring. What I thought was the most interesting aspect was the way that not only the way the relationships built between the obvious couples but between all the other individuals as well. Each brought something special and unique. Their creativity will go a long way to making sure that everyone is both protected and well cared for. The end of the story felt like just the beginning for these four special people.