THAT MAN 3 (That Man Trilogy)

THAT MAN 3 (That Man Trilogy)

by Nelle L'amour

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BN ID: 2940149207954
Publisher: NIchols Canyon Press
Publication date: 05/13/2014
Series: That Man Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 314,487
File size: 492 KB

About the Author

Nelle L'Amour is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Los Angeles with her Prince Charming-ish husband, twin teenage princesses, and a bevy of royal pain-in-the-butt pets. A former executive in the entertainment and toy industries with a prestigious Humanitus Award to her credit, she gave up playing with Barbies a long time ago but still enjoys playing with toys with her husband. While she writes in her PJs, she loves to get dressed up and pretend she's Hollywood royalty.
Her books include the highly rated Seduced by the Park Avenue Billionaire Boxed Set, Undying Love, Gloria’s Secret, Gloria’s Revenge and the That Man trilogy. Gloria’s Forever, a novella, will be published in Spring 2014.
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THAT MAN 3 (That Man Trilogy) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
starznstripes24 More than 1 year ago
Jennifer and Blake seemed to have surpassed all obstacles and are now a couple. YEAH! They have a lot of sex. Jen finds the video on Blake's phone and all hell breaks loose. While I saw it coming, I didn't expect her overreaction - or for her BFF to agree with her. I give Blake a lot of credit. He showed strength and some maturity during the ordeal. The ending threw me for a loop, but it was in a really good way. I fell for Blake so hard during this trilogy. I love heros. I also love the fact that this story started with a game of Truth or Dare and also ended on one. All in all, this is a good trilogy, and I would recommend it.
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third book in this series is just as good of a read as the first 2 books, moving on to the next book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Toward the end alittle predictable but nevertheless a great read Looking forward to#4
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
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I literally can't even. I wanted to love this book - I truly did. I DEVOURED That Man and That Man 2 - I fell in love with Blake as quickly as Jen McCoy did; however, the final book just did not cut it for me. As I was reading it, it felt like someone else entirely had written this book! The cute couple that loved to banter and were falling in love disappeared in this final chapter: Jennifer devolved into an airheaded adolescent while Blake was unrecognizable - he certainly did not act like an almost-30-year-old man. I rolled my eyes several times throughout; I could not swallow this book. I was very, very disappointed.  It was clear the author needed to wrap this trilogy up and did her best to sweep through plot lines and tie everything up with a big, red bow. I would recommend reading the first two and making up your own ending instead of reading this third book, which breaks my heart to type.
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Really cheesy. THAT MAN #3 is a novel about 170 pgs. Too much sex, and at inappropriate times. The finale was predictable and forced with little build up. Typical, Ugh! I skipped through pages to finish. I do like reading duel POV's but, Blake at times just sounded priapic and equated his penis and feelings as love. It was tacky, he sounded like a pig. Not a great conclusion to the trilogy I was hoping for. S.A.K.
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marygrace313 More than 1 year ago
Just what you would expect from this author - characters were human, funny and you will come to care about them like you did in the first two books - great ending - hoping for more !!!
Bronxgal More than 1 year ago
What a great trilogy! Ending was great!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will never be able to listen to that song without thinking of hot passionate sex.... look out jingle bells batman smells cause nelle wrote a MUCH better verse lol. As always I love this author. She gives you stories you can relate to. I love how her parents are portrayed in tm1 & tm2 as very over protective but in the end all they want is her to be happy and are very supportive. I love how you don't have to wait for them to get together but they have their ups and downs and have to work threw it but just like everyone in this world they react on emotions first and act out instead of talking threw it but the way nelle writes it you feel everything that this wonderful couple feels from deep in their hearts. I don't wanna give too much away so I am gonna tell you this..... YOU ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO READ THIS TRILOGY!!!!!! :-)
cdlacombe2 More than 1 year ago
Oh Blake! Blake! Blake! You are such a naughty, naughty boy, especially at the dinner table at Jennifer's parents, not just once but TWICE!! And the scene with the snow angel, O.M.G., so freaking erotic. That Man 3 tells the part of the story where Blake and Jennifer have ups and downs in their budding relationship. And how he becomes Jennifer's hero, swoon. So you know what?? Just read the book, especially if you have read Part 1 & 2. If you haven't, then what are you waiting for?? I absolutely loved this series. I was gifted a copy of this book by the author for an honest review. So in my review of Book 1, I asked if you were playing the game of Truth or Dare, would you kiss a man that you could not see because you are blindfolded. Well as you know, Jennifer did. So now I'm asking again, would you do it if you knew it would lead to your one, true love?? Truth or Dare: I dare you to read this series and not fall in love with Blake and Jennifer's romance!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Patiently awaiting "That Man 4"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was anxiously awaiting its release and was not disappointed! It's funny, witty, and erotic all wrapped up in a tiger striped box. Congrats Nelle on writing another book I couldn'tput down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where to start! Nelle did it again!  What a great read I could not put it down!  I could not put the book down, talk about a page turner.  I have to love Jennifer and Blake,  what can I say but I want more please!
CindyMeyer More than 1 year ago
This is a review of That Man 1, That Man 2, and That Man 3 as a series: That Man (books 1, 2 and 3) is a new sizzling and sassy romantic comedy by author Nelle L’Amour. Jennifer and Blake meet in a most unorthodox way. However, Jennifer never lays eyes on the man who literally rocks her world with one kiss. All she knows is she can’t stop thinking about it… and neither can he. So when she walks into his office the following day to interview for a job, things get very interesting very quickly. This trilogy was a complete, unexpected, and delightful surprise. Author Nelle L’Amour brings a new element to the table with funny (and at times over-the-top) scenes between two characters who couldn’t be more different. Jennifer is quite the enigmatic female lead. She’s the adorable girl-next-door type; the stereotypical good girl – sexually naïve, and blindly devoted to her first love – while at the same time, she’s surprisingly ballsy. She’s smart and gutsy, and seems to handle whatever is thrown at her with confidence and tenacity. She definitely knows her mind – even if sometimes it takes her a while to speak it. Blake is despicable and lovable all at once. I was completely at odds as to whether Blake deserved Jennifer at all. He is the stereotypical spoiled rich kid/playboy. He looks the part, he dresses the part, and he definitely acts the part. Blake literally oozes sex appeal. He’s a bit of a cad – no, scratch that – he is a cad. At times I wasn’t sure whether I was on Team Blake or not. His humorous internal and physical struggle between being the man whore that he has always been, or becoming the man he wants to be for Jennifer is funny and endearing. You know, there’s something about a man that loves and respects his family – especially the women in his family – that pretty much sealed the deal for me. Now he just has to seal the deal with Jennifer. That Man wasn’t just the proverbial playboy-wants-to-get-the-innocent-girl-in-bed-story. Oh yes, there’s plenty of steam. Nelle L’Amour always brings the sexy! And there’s also plenty of pursuit – sometimes outrageous, and at other times nearly pathetic, but at all times funny. In addition to the humor though, author Nelle L’Amour also manages to weave in a sweet love story. Jennifer and Blake both have a lot of growing and changing to do if it is ever going to work between them, and the growth of these characters – learning to let go, and trust, and forgive, was ultimately what brought my smile. I loved the journey – but it was definitely a wild and unpredictable ride. Five witty, endearing stars.
scottnl73 More than 1 year ago
I don't even know where to begin, except to say that I really, really don't want to let go of this series! First, I love how TM2 and TM3 literally pick up at the end of the previous book, so you don't have to wonder about how much time has passed between installments; that somehow improves the fluidity of the storyline, there's none of that having to provide flashbacks to earlier parts of the story (all except for the first Shabbat flashback-pure comedy my friends!) With this final book in the series, it was interesting to see the change in Blake from the ultimate player to being in love and dealing with the consequences of some of his earlier actions that finally come to light. Jen hand seemed to be all over the place with her emotions in regards to her relationship with Blake; but I could also understand why she felt that way. When I was initially reading the book, I immediately thought that she overreacted during two separate occasions, but now that I've had time to process the story more, do I still think she went overboard? Maybe, but given what she (and we) know about Blake's playboy reputation is what makes this a great story, because it caused that angst and confusion about how their story would play out. But wait, there's more! I'm not going to tell you, but let's just say Chapter 23 is intense and nerve-wracking, but the end resolution is one I think you'll be satisfied with. And the epilogue? Well-written with just enough emotion that once you reach the final sentence, it's what you wanted to read, but yet you might feel that tiny bit of emptiness that you're at the end of this wonderful trilogy.
MaryJoMI More than 1 year ago
I must say it again, I LOVE Nelle L'Amour stories. An incredible conclusion to Jennifer and Blake's journey. Jennifer loves Blake but can't admit her feelings, she has gone home to Idaho for the holidays with her parents feeling broken. Blake is miserable without her so off he goes through a snowstorm to find her in Idaho. Blake is a romantic at heart and watching him pull out all the stops to show Jennifer what she means to him is wonderful. Of course, once a player, always a player or maybe not … misunderstandings always cause distress but can Jennifer and Blake find their way through these challenges and admit their real feelings? It's fun watching them stumble and make-up along the way. Truly loved coming along for the ride.