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A Million Guilty Pleasures by [Parker, C.L.]
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This book's plot will hold you captive to very page and leave you wanting to be a part of the story. It consists of erotic pleasures, awesome memories and spellbinding events. (Romance Junkies)

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The second book in the scorching MILLION DOLLAR DUET: this is Pretty Woman for the Fifty Shades of Grey generation.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1585 KB
  • Print Length: 273 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (30 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DS9G0L8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,142 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Vics on 16 Feb. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I loved the first book and after reading it I couldn't wait for this but I was a little disappointed. I do get fed up with female characters starting out strong and then by the end of it they are precious or kittens! Perhaps that's just me. Could have had a few more twists and turns too all went a bit smoothly and could have been one book.
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2.5 – Could Have Been So Much Better Stars.

I stuck with this duo of books as I really enjoyed the premise of the first book “A Million Dirty Secrets. The storyline was a little different, virgin selling herself to the highest bidder in order to try and save her ailing mother. A Millionaire with a bruised heart looking for sex without all of the entanglements for a couple of years, as you would expect feelings come into play and Noah in the end gives up Lainie so that she can be with her mother.

We pick up in A Million Guilty Pleasures right where book one left off, and I am not surprised that the main issues I have with it are pretty much the same as the ones I had with book one, I was just hoping that I could get past them enough to enjoy the culmination of Noah and Lainie’s story. Sadly no, all the Coohie, Hoochie, Porntastic and Wonderpeen references as well as the plethora of other cheesy euphemisms for all the sexy stuff just left me cold and bored.

The sex was still hot, but again ruined by the constant juvenile references.

I loved Noah’s POV, and the verbal sparring between the two of them was at points brilliant, and the epilogue was pretty good too. It’s just disappointing I could get past the tacky and immature language used throughout.

ARC provided via Netgalley in exchange for the above honest review.
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This was my first experience of a novel by this author and to be honest it will definitely be my last.

The story was not strong and the use of language was juvenile to say the least with constant repetition of female derogative terms. This novel was weird and not at all sexy. The female character was annoying beyond words and it was a struggle to finish this book

Perhaps a factor to the reader’s lack of fulfilment in this novel is that she did not read the first novel in the series first. Therefore where the story continued on from the first novel this reader came into the story part way through.

Full Disclosure: I received a free copy from Netgalley for an honest review.

Don’t get me wrong I am not a prude but I did fine the use of language very derogative towards the female character. Surely in this day and age we should be viewing the sexes in a similar light. If the male is a weak character portray him as such, likewise a female character, but please be sparing in your use of language. There is no need for base derogating language for either character. It shows lack of imagination on the part of the author. As readers we should be demanding more from our authors (if that is what you want to call them)!

This reader felt that this book and author got close, but unfortunately they were not given the proverbial cigar.
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A Million Guilty Pleasures picks straight up where the first book ends, I was excited to read the next book especially since the first one ended with a cliff-hanger. Just like the first book, this one is also set in both Lanie and Noah point of view, though the one also introduces a new character point of view in the form of David.

The first couple of chapters have you gripping for more with everything that is going on, the sudden turn of events with Noah and Lanie relationship, Lanie's mother turn for the worse and how far Noah's business partner David is willing to go to get what he really wants. Things aren't going well for Lanie and Noah in the first part of the book, though Lanie isn't willing to let Noah get away without so fight. (Not literally though!)

Lanie has really grown since the first book and has really learnt how to stick up for herself, which you really see in this book, but she has also grown into herself as well becoming more independent. The big part of this book includes Lanie's mother who is sick and David, Noah's shady business partner, though with these big issues come with some even bigger lies.

The second instalment is a great addition to the series, with more humour and more passion, it makes reading it even more exciting and you are not able to put it down. With this being the ending to this wonderfully written story, I thought that this story had the rightful ending that it deserved. You get to see more into the lives of both Lanie and Noah, as well as how they learn to overcome so many things as the story progresses, bringing them to their future together.

I loved the main characters, as well as the other characters that make the story what it is.
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Loved the first book, although as I started reading 'A million guilty pleasures' I was quickly reminded how much the talking 'coochie' annoyed me (and is probably one of the most ridiculous things I have ever read in a book!). Much as I hate to give up on books, (not to mention wasted £3.59 on this) I have had to admit defeat and have given up reading at 39% ...the cooch was not for me!
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