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Big Bad Wolfe by [Doolittle, Elle]
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3.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1466 KB
  • Print Length: 137 pages
  • Publisher: Swoon Romance (16 Jun. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00YQ3URN2
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
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Almost a 4 but not quite!
The foolishness of youth – we all suffer from it but do we allow it to follow us into adulthood and would we hold on to something that was as fleeting as one night for 9 years, I think not but Sarah has done just that, after one drunken night at college and one amazing night with the guy of her dreams, it is over just as fast as it started and to top it off he has no memory of it in the first place – now to most that would be a blow to the ego that you would refuse to recover from but again not Sarah.
The torch she carried for him was one that despite it all she just couldn’t let go.
Now this I really struggled with – it made no sense to me but just as she had consigned him to the depths of her memory, he is back and this time the part he has to play not only in her life but that of her grandfather and his company may be more dramatic.
Falon Wolfe was Sarah’s one nightstand, the one she couldn’t let go but he was also, the person that had consumed her thoughts at college, the man she really did lust after but when tragedy struck and she was left with nothing but a familial duty to help her only living relative, her grandfather, he was the one that she left behind.
Falon was the only man that she had ever truly cared about, but all that was in the past because she really had never expected to see him again and she had convinced herself that he was the one that got away, the one that she had let slip through her fingers and that she would regret that for a life time.
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Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Wolfe? Well Sarah defiantly isn’t as she just can’t stay away from him! Must say that I absolutely love the cover – all broody and mysterious – you can see why she would fall for a guy like that.

So you have Sarah who has spent the last nine years of her life trying to forget the one man she truly wanted but thought she couldn’t get. Well for more than one drunken night that is – well drunken on his side. After suffering from some devastating news Sarah goes to see a friend for comfort but comes across Falon instead. He calls for her motioning her closer to the bed and when she’s there they end up having the best night of both of their lives. Only snag is that when Falon wakes up he can’t figure out if the best sex of his life actually happen or if he has an over active imagination as the star of it is no where to be seen. After trying to search for her in the weeks that follow, and coming up empty handed, he decides to believe in his mind and live with the dreams that follow.

Nine years later and it looks like they are going to be put in each other’s paths again. Sarah’s grandfathers business is in trouble and needs help, which brings in Falon. He is a pro with turning failing companies around and agrees to help as a favour for his grandfather. When they meet up again Sarah feels like she has been soccer-punched, she can’t believe he is right in front of her looking as hot as ever. She can’t decide what bothers her more, that fate has brought him there to help them or that he doesn’t even remember her. The more she tries to convince herself that he means nothing the more he starts to.

You can see the chemistry between them straight away, bubbling beneath the surface just waiting for that spark that will set them off.
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“I talk sweetheart, and people listen. Something you should get yourself used to.”
First time reading this author, the cover and the blurb sucked me in and I thought I was onto a winner here. The story isn’t necessarily one I haven’t read before but I really don’t mind that, it makes me look for the differences to take it from an ok read to a good read. For me this was just ok, there wasn’t really anything to set it apart from the many other stories like this out there. Character development was fine but I wasn’t a major fan of Falon. Straight forward and straight talking I found him aloof for much of the time and dare I say….miserable? He had intermittent sparks of passion that made his character light up at times, not enough to make me really like him however. And I absolutely hated one or two of the things he did to Sarah, gah I could have punched that man a few times! I liked Sarah, she had this little bit of a temper (that she schooled quite well) that I craved to see more often. She was likeable and relatable which is always a good thing for the reader. I did not understand her obsession, as that’s what it felt like, with Falon. Yes, I got the history but really?
I mean this story is alright, I’d recommend It for a quick read, one you don’t invest too much time in but it is a read that you will most likely forget after a day or two as it leaves no lasting impression, it didn’t with me anyway. I would read more of this author though.
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3.5 Stars

Big bad Wolfe is the first book I have read by Elle Doolittle I was gifted a copy of the book to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.

This book is not what I was expected, Sarah is a bit of mouse, I think she’s supposed to be in her late twenties but she seemed much older. I loved the moments when she was brave and embraced her sexuality.

I liked Falon there’s something sexy about that whole emotionally unavailable man thing. He just unfortunately really wasn’t that big or bad lol

I really wanted this book to be full of sexual tension and barely held back desire. Unfortunately this story felt reserved, both Sarah and Falon only seemed to embrace like 50% of their needs.

Now the sex was hot but again a little tame.

This is a sweet second chance love story; I definitely felt the connection between Sarah and Falon. But it was a cute thawing of the heart rather than an explosion of angry lust lol

I still really enjoyed this book it’s a nice easy read that will give you a case of the warm and fuzzies.

Big bad Wolfe gets 3.5 stars from me
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