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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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Holding You Series: (Holding You / Releasing Me) Kindle Edition
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So this is a case of it's not the book it's me....the story and her responses annoyed me and I wanted to slap her to get some sense. Why did I continue? Well because I thought she'd follow through with some backbone instead of thinking with her vajayjay.
I am not sure why Addie put up with Quinn, his drinking and womanizing would have put me off right from the start especially when Addie first went to New York to teach at the Culinary School. The night she went out to dinner and saw Quinn out with Olivia, the fact that he sent Olivia away and took Addie to his parents how to have sex. Quinn said he couldn't take her to his place because "a friend" was staying there. She couldn't have been that stupid, to think it wasn't Olivia. What a complete douche bag Quinn was orchestrating it all and then to top it all off, arriving at his condo the next day where Olivia was supposed to have vacated but didn't, and Addie having the humiliation of seeing her there and knowing what relationship they had. Why she didn't get angry or upset was a mystery to me. Yeah I would have run far far away at that point. Addie to me was strong in so many ways but a complete doormat in others. Quinn is a playboy who really never grew up and wanted his cake and eat it too! He had some good moments but he was a weak and selfish man. It is only at the end that he grew up and started fighting for what he wanted, Addie and the life they could have.
I liked this series so much I gifted it to a friend and I can't imagine anyone who reads this to completion will not be equally impressed.
I continue to be amazed at this author's work. I started this immediately after finishing her Jack and Jill series and wow are these books different but in the best of ways. Totally imaginative writing that feels fresh and new not just the same old reheated ideas. I will forever read and recommend everything Jewel E Ann cranks out.