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Bootycall by [Hawkins, J.D.]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1102 KB
  • Print Length: 130 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: JD Hawkins Books (20 July 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0125S1ZYE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,625 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I want one of these new fangled Booty App things. I'm going to wait for a hot Irish actor to give me a call and he's going to tell me I'm all kinds of sexy and invite me to his Hollywood pad.

When I get there he will offer me greasy pancakes, nice wine, a game of rooftop golf and a splendid jacuzzi.

Dylan is sexy and all kinds of bad. I forever want to refer to him as the animated chicken. Of course he makes me think of a younger Colin Farrell. There is a driver behind the bad boy. Something that makes him rebel. Finding the secret is the key. I can't yet put my finger on where his issues stem from. I've not found it and I need to know what it is to fix him - Dylan not Colin of course, buy hey no smoke without fire!

I warmed to Dylan, then the muppet betrayed me, not once but twice!

I can't really call JD a new writer now, he's a seasoned professional. He writes with confidence, with wit, with care and with sufficient intrigue to make a reader want more.

What the hell happened in Vegas?

Thanks JD. I asked for motorbikes and you delivered. No pink sparkly strap on though. May be book 2?
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I think I enjoyed this book but I am bit shocked at how short it is. The book finished before the 90% mark with almost no warning. The book finishes mid scene almost! I have downloaded the sample of the follow up book to see if I will continue. I do really like the characters but if the next book is just as short then I may stop here.
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By anon on 24 July 2015
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Started off ok then it did get a bit boring.
Dylan is the movie star making a come back and Gemma is the PA who must keep him in line but she isn't doing a right good job cos Dylan is so self centred he does what wants.
Gemma' s like a lost puppy following him around and she'll probably do the same in the rest of the series.
These characters were shallow and Dylan had no depth which made it hard for me to connect.
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This is far from a straight forward story and the path they embark upon is not exactly plain sailing.
The ebb and flow between Dylan and Gemma was relentless.
Dylan is at a cross roads so to speak in his career, while his movies are as popular as ever, he has something missing in his life, something has his equilibrium out of balance and he has a plan to level the playing field. A one night only, physical release…a bootycall so to speak.
Then you have Gemma, she is on the bounce back from a painful breakup from not only a cheating boyfriend but also a cheating best friend, the two of them certainly did a number on her! Life is at an all-time low, no partner, no BFF and nowhere to live but she has one thing, she has resolve.
Determined not to let life beat her completely, she has absolutely no intension of being downhearted for long. She is ready for a hook up, not a relationship, so delving into modern technology she hits a dating app and in some respects she, hits the jackpot because on the other end of the app is unbeknown to her… Dylan.
The events that follow are intense, eclectic and damn they are erotic – sexy, smouldering and all those words are not enough, the only word that does them justice is erotic. They are just so perfect together.
Dylan was a very attentive and creative partner and Gemma was one very lucky woman when it came to that side of things but I have to say that on the emotional side of things Dylan left a lot to be desired.
I was disappointed in the way he thought his behaviour was acceptable at times, really for an intelligent, successful man he was so stupid at times.
But Gemma had the making of him, she refused to deal with his bulls**t. She wasn’t afraid to stand up to him.
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Gifted for an honest review – 4 1/2 stars
Well, the new kid on the block is not so new anymore. And how does his second shot out the gate go? Really, really well! On the surface these books look like they could be full of smut but peel away the packaging and read, the further in you go the further from that label “smut” you get. I liked JD’s debut and I really wondered if he could pull it off again, give the reader interesting plots and characters like he did in Insatiable. He did, he so really did. I think this guy has well and truly nailed his niche. He manages to write both male and female pov’s quite convincingly and it’s great.
We’re not getting an original story line here but what you are getting is something fresh and easy enough to read. The characters were engaging right from the start. I really like Gemma but felt sorry for her, coming off the back of what she has it’s quite obvious her vulnerabilities and anxieties are going to show. Dylan for me was a tale of two halves; I liked him for a while and then not so much by the end. Egotistical and arrogant are two traits that spring to mind. There’s another side to him that I saw glimpses of but not enough to convince me...…yet. I do get the feeling that Max and Gemma are going to be a balancing act, both falling off that line at some point.
So yes we get that cliff hanger that we are used to from these short novella/duology books and this one’s a bit of a doozy. Left right in the lurch, both reader and character. I really liked how it ended although I have to say I am really ready to kick Dylan’s butt, hard! A highly recommended cheeky little read with quite a heavy underlying plot. Looking forward to #2.
Best line of the whole book – “Please, that cheese is way too strong for this wine.”
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