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How He Really Feels (He Feels Trilogy Book 1) by [Suzanne, Lisa]
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How He Really Feels (He Feels Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition

3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in He Feels Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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Firstly, I won this from a book competition on NerdGirl (hit them up on facebook!

Within under 24 hours I have read this book, had my heart broken and fixed along with Julianna and Nick.

It started off as your typical forbidden office romance, which in my mind made me question the book, but I try never to judge and I am so glad I didn't. I felt my self getting attached to Julianna and how she was feeling for Nick and her heartbreak over Trav.

This book had the perfect amount of romance and sex along with daily issues and hurt. It made me feel like I was actually looking into their lives as if they were real people as this wasn't over exadurated and it wan't too much which to me made it such a good read!

Thanks to NerdGirl for choosing me as a winner for this book, I really am grateful!
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HOW HE REALLY FEELS is the first storyline in Lisa Suzanne's new adult, contemporary romance series written in the same stylings as many others-rich alpha male in a position of authority/ younger heroine who falls instantly in love.

The premise follows Julianne Becker and the two men in her life-Nick Matthews (her boss and the object of her affection); and Travis Miller (her BFF for life and the man who is desperately in love with Julianne). As Julianne's boss and superior, Nick knows that to get involved with a co-worker and someone under his supervisory position is a definite no-no and deal breaker with his company. And for all intents and purposes, Nick stays clear of any appearances of impropriety. Fast forward one year, Nick and Julianne meet at midnight on New Year's eve and their relationship begins to flourish and burn.

As the storyline progresses, our leading couple must keep to the shadows and hide their relationship from co-workers. This is difficult when Julianne answers to Nick at work but weekend getaways and dinner at home help add fuel to their forbidden love and desires.

Enter Travis Miller. Travis is Julianne's best friends, former lover and current confident. But Julianne is blind to Travis's feelings-he is a man so in love with his best friend that when her relationship with Nick is discovered by co-workers, Travis swoops in and tries to pick up the pieces of Julianne's broken heart. And here in lies a major storyline development as the love triangle that Nick, Julianne and Travis are now engaged in, becomes the fodder for deceit,betrayal and selfish attitudes

I have to say at this point, the story reads like an adult version of Twilight without the paranormal aspect-if it weren't for the sex and alcohol ........
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I received this book from the author, free of cost, in exchange for an honest review.

Julianne and Nick worked in the same office for a marketing firm. They were both very, very attracted to each other the first time they saw each other but didn't let on. Nick was Julianne's boss so that made it even more difficult for him to let her know how he felt. On top of that, when Nick was hired he had signed an contract to never date anyone from his department. Otherwise, they would both be fired.

They finally tell each other how they feel and start dating, but because of the contract, they have to keep it a secret. I liked the writing style of the author very much. The story of Nick and Julianne's relationship flowed smoothly. I liked Nick and that he was so focused on whatever he was doing, whether it was something for work or doing something with Julianne. Unfortunately, I didn't like Julianne at all. The book started with her obsessing about Nick and zoning out while in a meeting and thinking about having sex with Nick. I wasn't impressed with her right from the start. Throughout the book, I thought Julianne was selfish and had no consideration for anyone else's feelings.
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