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Dick: A Bad Boys Novel Kindle Edition
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Dixon Crawford is known for his reputation with woman, no matter if single or married. Since he is a public person everyone thinks they know the real Dick though he tries to keep some things personal and out of the media.
Eden is Jaden's teacher and knows all about Dick's sleeping around though it's hard for her to believe all that gossip when he's such a caring father and lovely person. When her marriage turns south and Eden needs help she has no other choice but to ask Dick for help.
What happens next was bound to happen.
I was mad at Eden that she wanted Dick to tell her about his past and his secrets when she would have never told him her secrets. That just wasn't fair of her. Eden annoyed me generally because she once said that she didn't want a billionaire but just a normal man though this was easily said when she had all the money in the world. And Dick wasn't a normal guy anyway.
Some phrases in the book sounded so corny. I also didn't like that some things were mentioned a few times when there was no need to, just once would have been enough. It just felt repetitive and sometimes it was like reading a monotonous soap opera. It was often dragging and I struggled to keep reading. About 80% in it got a bit better again and I made it to the end. The story had a lot of potential but there were just a few things that I liked.
The thing with her mum also happened so fast and almost without emotion. It bothered me because this was a huge thing for Eden and it felt like a walk in the park with a few stones on the way. And afterward she didn't look back and was the same as before as if nothing happened.
There were actually a few events like the one with her mother or something with her husband that happened and just scratched the surface without going deeper. Everything was over and checked off of a list so fast. I wished to read more about what happened with her marriage but her husband wasn't present often in the book and the ending was really abrupt.
I believe that there’s a lot of room for improvement however I would give another book of hers a try.
The start of this book takes you to Eden and Dick meeting at a gala, a brief encounter but memorable through attraction.
Eden is the victim of a loveless lonely marriage, a marriage where she is merely arm candy to a wealthy man who sleeps around.
Dick has been married and enjoys his single lifestyle.
The paths of Dick and Eden cross again and they also discover their paths have crossed before.
"Drop two cheerios in a bowl and watch how they eventually come together... it's called the cheerio effect"
Teenage crushes clearly die hard or never die at all.
Told in dual pov's. This is a sweet story of finding true love, trusting instincts and following the heart.
A steady paced read with likeable characters, no heavy drama or angst. A great balance from the author of hot,serious and humerous moments and a hea leaving you with a smile.
There was no major drama or angst but it didn't need it. This was a great story that I thoroughly enjoyed reading.
An intricate story of love, loss, abandonment overcoming obstacles and learning through growth and strength to love again. Although I enjoyed this story at times I felt it wasn't really grabbing my attention as the plot in some areas felt a little flat for me personally. Some points dragged on and other times I felt it rushed. The character's had depth and were mostly likeable but I just could connect to Eden in some parts of the plot I felt some of the things she dealt with weren't handled realistically. Told through dual narrative I found myself preferring Dixon's. I would recommend to other readers as overall it was 3.5 star read for me.
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