- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1495 KB
- Print Length: 461 pages
- Publisher: Nikki Ashton; 5 edition (4 April 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C7FH7J8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 381 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,918 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Guess Who I Pulled Last Night? Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
It reminded myself of a younger myself/me, and the (predominantly hetro) relationships i was in at that age, except I was probably a bit more slutty (and violent LOL). I laughed, I cried, I remembered what it felt like to be in love again, carefree and happy before SHE (Wife, not Ashton) came along.
I would have given it five stars but there were some bits I didn't understand.
The book needs a good proof read too, lots of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.
That being said, I would consider reading more from this author if the price was right (this one was free)!
An enjoyable holiday read.
The style of writing was amateurish and as others have already stated, there clearly had been no proofreading.
The ending was a predictable "happy ever after" for all. Normally I would have given up but I read on hoping that the book would redeem itself. It didn't.
The story itself was interesting, and I can see a real human angle on it. There are three friends in their 30s dealing with quite different life outcomes and trying to deal with their own traumas. It's a sort of condensed soap opera of a book, and I can see why that might well attract a lot of readers looking for a bit of escapism by reading about how others have more problems than they do.
The characters are reasonably well developed, and there is a growth in the course of the story, however I didn't really empathise that much with them. Also I'm not that into the whole soap opera thing and so I didn't enjoy it that much. However that is down to me and my preferences for stories rather than anything to do with the author.
If you like soap opera style stories then this might float your boat.
However be aware that it needs a good proof-reading to correct the typos.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
an easy and enjoyable read, laugh out loud in some cases where you can imagine it happening to either people you know or can relate to in person.Published 12 days ago by Jane Jamieson
Cannot understand how a book can be published that clearly hasn't been read through at all, never mind properly proofread. Unfortunately it spoilt the storytelling for me.Published 1 month ago by Heather Smith
Yawn. Hard to get into. Poor grammar and badly written. Shame I had to pay for this. Have to quit I'm afraid, too bored to continuePublished 6 months ago by Ericam
A few plot twist, some on a long bend (can see them coming for miles), a bit obvious, a bit weird... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vx Primvs Aebvtivs
She does it again!
Yet again another fantastic read.
loving this author