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Insatiable by [Hawkins, J.D.]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2030 KB
  • Print Length: 149 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: JD Hawkins Books (2 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00X2J688Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,879 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I enjoyed this book enormously. I must admit that the first chapter made me think of Jax as an arrogant man, but then he never pretended to be anything else. He did not lead women on or tell them lies, but was honest in that he loved being with different women, and had no need of a permanent relationship. Of course, to be that confident and successful he had to have something to back it up, and he did. Apart from the looks, the body, the swish home and car, he also had an easy chat up technique, was respectful to his assistant on his architectural projects, who happens to be a woman, and was always polite to the women who came on to him, whom he turned down - so not so bad after all. It is a shame that the person who only gave this book one star did not persist and read to the end of the book, for Lizzie managed to turn things around very nicely, and the reviewer might have modified her stance. As for the supposed editorial errors, I saw very few, if any. The book was a good and enjoyable read, and now I am off to read the second book in the series, because I am now intrigued, and want to see where the story is now heading.
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Let me begin by saying J.D. Hawkins has talent. To cram that much awful into an opening chapter? Oh, that takes a level of skill that goes beyond mastery.

"Let me tell you something. I can tell how a woman f***s by the way she moves; you can tell how a man handles business between the sheets by the way he walks."

…and I can tell when my early warning detection system is doing its job perfectly when sentences like that appear a couple of lines in.

Unfortunately I threw the towel in at 20% and for several reasons. Aside of my feelings towards the characters (which I'll return to), Insatiable was in desperate need of an editor - the grammar and punctuation errors, the telling without showing and the POV slips made it a frustrating read, but grammar wasn't the only problem. It was the choice of words.

"I pull back, her clit following me like a lost dog."

"I roll my knuckles in and around her holes with the expertise of a piano player."

…"she rolls it (his juices btw) around her mouth before swallowing it like it’s a vintage wine getting her drunk."

This isn’t erotic. Far from it. What I read was clichéd, crass and left someone with a fairly strong constitution feeling queasy. Yet it was strangely clinical. All the action happened just like that. The licking lips, the awful chat-up lines and a girl dragging him into a corner in a nightclub; what I managed to read had no sense of pacing and everything just happened so abruptly and dispassionately that there was no emotional investment to be had. It centres wholly around who Jax does or doesn't want to bang and whether or not he succeeds.
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A great read loved Jax he definitely loved the ladies has much as they loved him! Loved Lizzie and her seven day plan with Jax loved there chemistry together! A book that leaves you wanting to read more and to see what happens to Jax after the 7 days has Lizzie definitely moved on and has she left Jax heartbroken or will he still play the field!
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Omg. Jax is hot and knows what to do in the bedroom department. Lizzie needs help and he is the man for the job. It's ment to be only 7 days but jax needs more but she has found someone else.... Roll on the next book.
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One week. No ties. No emotions. Jax is just here to teach you how to please and keep a man.

Alarm bells were ringing in my head that Jax was going to be a bit like Justice Drake - loved the cover didn't like the man, but it's fine, it's fine, I loved the cover and Jax did have redeeming qualities.

"I'm the kind of man who will make you feel like you've only ducked (Amazon rules!) boys before."

Where do I sign up for these lessons I wonder?

His redeeming qualities apart from being good with his mouth, good with his hands, he's a safety guy, he drives a hot car, he's got a really good job, he has really great forearms, he surfs and damn that man looks hot in a suit. He would even look good in a white linen suit (wink).

So who is the teacher here? Sure Jax teaches Lizzie a trick or three much of which boils down to confidence rather than the mechanics of sex but methinks she may have taught him a few things too...

The wisdom of Jax:

"Perfect...is a moment. Not a life. You don't get to perfect with long conversations and a s***ty job and a high school sweet heart. Perfect comes, and it goes. Perfect is a moment. It comes, you make the most of it, and then you let it go."

The sweet talking of Jax:

"Where is your a$$? I know you have one. These panties don't. It's like a magic trick. Wow. To put these panties, on that body; it's like graffiti on a Michelangelo."

My absolute favourite part was the wedding, protective Jax:

"And there you are...with your boring haircut and your delusional superiority. Acting like Lizzie isn't the luckiest thing that ever happened to you in what seems to be a pretty boring, pretty predictable, pretty all-around pathetic life."

The sex was scorching hot. The writing witty and engaging.

Book 2 needs more motorbikes and I would love to know how Lizzie happened to be at that party! Please!
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