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Bootycall 2 by [Hawkins, J.D.]
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Bootycall 2 Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1204 KB
  • Print Length: 109 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: JD Hawkins Books (3 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013EIT85W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #81,801 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Part two picks up, as you would expect right off the back of part one and before I get started – I would like to say that I really would have preferred this to have been one book.
But that is not to say that I didn’t love the book because I did.
The drama of Vegas behind them, Dylan and Gemma are trying to establish a norm, trying to find their middle ground and to carve out a relationship that will last but not everything is going swimmingly.
Watching as Dylan is slowly laid bare (Oh isn’t that something to envisage) – emotionally that is, was tough to read. Dylan has demons, and one in particular that he has buried so deep that the mere thought of unearthing it is enough to have his heart breaking.
The fear that, what he has with Gemma may fall around his ears at any minute has him terrified, she is the balm that soothes his soul, his reason to be happy and the only person that knows the real him, well except for his secret.
But when it is uncovered, can he salvage the relationship that means everything to him, can he make Gemma see that what he has with her is exactly what he needs?
The bond between the two of them is intense, both in and out of the bedroom (Oh and the shower!!!)
They are working work hard to put his past behind them and to make what they have work, and it was beautiful to read.
He loved her unconditionally and in handing her his heart he showed just how far he had come. Gemma was so strong, she felt his pain and internally she knew that beside him was her place in the world.
It was where she was destined to be and nothing was ever going to take him away from her.
They were funny, loving and sincere.
They worked hard and loved even harder.
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Gifted for an honest review – 4 stars
Argh, this was so nearly a 5 star read for me!! My disappointment came the minute I started reading, the ending of Bootycall #1 was a right cliff-hanger and I really wanted to see something explosive to start this book rolling. Dylan’s last hurrah if you like, it suited the character and the story so I don’t really understand why it didn’t happen that way.
Anyways….that’s my gripe; albeit a little one it did shift my rating. Besides that this book is just a little bit of magic. I really like JD Hawkins style, what he writes about and how he executes his story and characters. He gives seemingly shallow people emotions and makes them uncomfortable, makes them fess up to what it is that they want, or how they want their lives to be. I have to say that the way he writes his characters is really great. I’ve felt good connections to the ones I’ve read both in Bootycall and Insatiable. Story wise there’s nothing really new here but the way he spins those stories. Showing that underneath all that glitz and glam that people do have feelings. That’s what I like about this book. Dylan came into his own eventually and I liked the fact that even when he gets his HEA with Gemma, he still keeps his cocky, arrogant attitude in a more fun way.
I tell you what though; JD Hawkins is one of those authors that I’ll return to again and again. His books have become indulgent reads for me, quick reads that are easy on the eye and head whilst giving an emotional depth that is just enough to keep readers interested. I also like his book covers, they are quickly becoming distinctive (even though they are simple), I could look at one and say “yip, JD Hawkins” I hope he keeps that style. Recommended!
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Same lickable cover to get you interested in picking this one up and you are not disappointed.

The story starts right where it left off with Gemma sitting alone in a hotel room in Vegas wondering where Dylan has run off to – which seems to be his pattern, something bad happens so he runs.

So bad boy Dylan had a bit of a melt down and stormed off leaving Gemma to worry that he has gone off on a bender and that she won’t be able to get him back in time for the shoot the next day. Gemma even goes as far as calling the police thinking the worst but in he strolls like he doesn’t have a care in the world and calmly settles the situation until the cop leaves. If he thought he would get out of it that easily he is sorely mistaken as Gemma lets him have it. She seems to be the only one able to get through to him and can see right through the armour that he puts up around himself. She knows he is hiding something dark and if he would just let her in she knows she can help.

Dylan knows he needs to get his act together so lets Gemma take the reins of his life for a while to get the ball rolling with the movie. The more time he spends with her the less he feels like he has a babysitter watching him all the time and more like he has a friend to pick him up and have fun with while working. There is so much more depth to the characters this time round that you feel more engaged with them and how they interact with each other.

The chemistry is still there bumbling between them but is building in to something more. Dylan being Dylan though still thinks about all the things he really wants to do to her (mostly when he is walking behind her and staring at her ass) but you can tell that it is now going deeper.
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