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All I Ever Wanted [Kindle Edition]

Ellen Fisher

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Newly edited edition. Maxfield Sinclair, the author of a popular science fiction series, is revered by fans everywhere as "The Creator." Drew Cooper, a snobbish literature professor, isn’t impressed with Max’s books, or with Max himself, for that matter. As Drew gets to know Max, however, she realizes there’s more to the shy, awkward writer than meets the eye. But can a woman who enjoys escargot and caviar fall in love with a guy who thinks fine cuisine means supreme instead of pepperoni?

"Ellen Fisher writes beautifully. Her style is smooth with snappy dialogue, nice pacing and richly defined characters. All I Ever Wanted is top notch work; a breezy, sexy and fun effort with a really dreamy hero...I would highly recommend All I Ever Wanted." - Debbie, Romance Reader at Heart

"...thoroughly enjoyable, has engaging and in-depth characters and all around wonderful writing... Pure satisfying enjoyment and fantastic writing by Ellen Fisher can be found in All I Ever Wanted…what more could we readers ask for?" - Tracey West, The Road to Romance

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 516 KB
  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S. r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003A01UUQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #187,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  11 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Geeks rule 26 April 2010
By Carolyn Gwaltney - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
3.5*-4* Ellen Fisher writes solid, funny romance available for a good price on kindle. And while this story didn't develop quite as smoothly as a couple of Fisher's novellas, this was definitely a fun read. Plus I like Fisher's non-alpha males. They're sexy without being neanderthal. Geeks rule. ;-)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Romance with a little mystery 22 Mar 2010
By D. Lockwood - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This was an enjoyable read...a nice romance. There was a mystery thrown in, so I was also reading to the end to figure it out. I'll be adding this author's other books to my wish list.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Tender Recluse Writer finds his own adventure................... 29 Jun 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I absolutely fell in love with Max! He was a wonderfully written Hero. (did I mention he was gorgeous and HOT HOT)-I'm obviously adding Ellen to my pre-order lists! This is a full length and has a lot more depth and character than her others.

Drew-Hmmm I'm going to agree with the other comments and say I didn't really like her much because of her wishy/whashy attitude towards Max---*However we all know bringing out the love or hate of a character is a sign of good writing. (We can't always have the heroines we want)

That being said, When Max saves Drew and her niece, Alice at his book signing -expecially after she said all those nasty things about being a science fiction writer. I knew I was going to be in for some great dialogue between these two. She is the only one to visit him in the hospital-but just to thank him for saving her nieces life of course. Drew invites him to a barbeque at her house-because Tiffany wants to ask him to do a book signing at the book store she works at. As we are privy to Max's feelings for Drew, we see him get swindled into a movie date with Drew's giggly little sister Tiffany- I went into full sympathy mode. The attraction felt by both Drew and Max are well written and we are very quietly drawn into a lusty game of cat and mouse.
I simply melted when Max tells Drew "You're all I ever wanted" and confesses he only went out with Tiffany because he was afraid he wouldn't ever get to see Drew again. ...."sigh" OH! &-The scene in the Mustang is HOT too!

Then Max's mom shows up on his doorstep(I love the psychic thing here!) ha There is really a lot of story here. All of our players have good background covered-that plays into the plot and I really liked the little mystery that was woven into this romance. The threats, the illiterate college football player, the ex husband of Tiffany and Max's Mother were all wonderful secondary characters that made this story come together for me. The nice semi-surprise ending was sweet too.

*****I even walked 2 extra miles on my Treadmill so I could finish this book during my workout!!!*****
Gotta love your book covers too!!!!yum
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars It was fine until... 14 Aug 2010
By Catherine Winterfox - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I more or less enjoyed the book; the heroine was not so lovable, but overall it was competently written and entertaining. Then, near the end, there was a plot error so glaring that it blew the book for me entirely.

***SPOILERS BE HERE***

***ALSO, SPOILER IS A LITTLE ICKY, AND INVOLVES GIRL STUFF. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED.***

Drew, our heroine, is heading out to the car after the hero's mother's wedding. She has to get her purse for her tampons, because her period has arrived "with a vengeance". Okay, fine, is the author going to use this? Maybe. Drew is kidnapped, stripped, and tied to a bed. When the hero finds her, he's afraid something horrible (well, more horrible) has happened, because she's bleeding. But no, he's referring to her arms, which are bleeding because she freed herself from the ropes binding her. Okay, not using the bleeding thing. Then, that night, they make mad, passionate love. This is a very straight couple--he'd never even had a girl on top, she couldn't identify a vibrator. They are not going to be doing anything with her bleeding. Also, she uses tampons, so there's a logistical problem. At this point, I paged back a bit just to make sure more time hadn't passed and I skimmed it. Nope, same night.

It's a case of something very minor--the author using a tampon excuse to get the heroine alone to be kidnapped--turning into a major case of oops. An editor should have spotted it. I sure wish I hadn't.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ditto...It was fine until... 24 Aug 2011
By R. Sampson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Ellen - You're now 2 for 2 on 2 Star reviews. Girlfriend, you need to double check your editor's work and keep an eye out on your reviews. I would think the error described below would be an(avoidable)embarrassment to an author.

A previous reviewer, Catherine Winterfox (Portland, OR USA), sums up perfectly the 'Ooops!' moment near the end of the story...

"Drew, our heroine, is heading out to the car after the hero's mother's wedding. She has to get her purse for her tampons, because her period has arrived "with a vengeance". Okay, fine, is the author going to use this? Maybe. Drew is kidnapped, stripped, and tied to a bed. When the hero finds her, he's afraid something horrible (well, more horrible) has happened, because she's bleeding. But no, he's referring to her arms, which are bleeding because she freed herself from the ropes binding her. Okay, not using the bleeding thing. Then, that night, they make mad, passionate love. This is a very straight couple--he'd never even had a girl on top, she couldn't identify a vibrator. They are not going to be doing anything with her bleeding. Also, she uses tampons, so there's a logistical problem. At this point, I paged back a bit just to make sure more time hadn't passed and I skimmed it. Nope, same night.

It's a case of something very minor--the author using a tampon excuse to get the heroine alone to be kidnapped--turning into a major case of oops. An editor should have spotted it. I sure wish I hadn't."

And I totally agree...the mistake took away from the story. I hope someone contacts you about this and the mistake/error is correctable.
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