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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 153301406X
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- Language: English
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Wild Eyes (The Barrington Billionaires Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Mathew Kalling knows better than to ever get involved with a gorgeous party girl. You can’t be charged with running an oil empire while still think a wild woman is definitely a safe bet. But once Mathew’s had a taste, he just can’t seem to stay away from her.
Trying to sweep the gorgeous Jessica Thorne off her feet and hopefully she’ll head for the hills for Mathew. Nothing seems sends Jessica running so much faster than grand gestures and fairy-tale promises. Do fairy-tale promises exist? But when Jessica's back is against the wall will she finally take the risk and let Mathew and let love whisk her away?
This book is available in both the original version and a sweet version.
I Love how Danielle writes i wish more than 5*s were available.
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We met Mathew Kalling in Book 1 (Fierce Love) as well as Jessica Thorne who is Libby Saint-Jane best friend. Now, they get their own story.
Mathew may be considered “straight laced” who believes that everything has a place and his life will include the right women, 2.5 kids and a white picket fence. Of course, this is boring but safe. Mathew knows that he should never get involved with Jessica because he believes her to be a party girl.
The passion that they both feel when they are together is off the charts and Mathew doesn’t want to give her up. Jessica, however, will run a mile if she thinks that someone wants a forever. Mathew must Convince her that they are right for each other and that he wants her forever.
I did have to jarring moments I will share. No spoilers, just pet peeves.
At 18% the limo gets into an accident in one short paragraph. In the very next short paragraph, as Mathew removes the stunned driver, an ambulance and cops arrive. There was no transitional phrases, no, "a man with a cell phone..." Nothing. Too fast and way too unbelievable. It pulled me from the story.
At 50% Jessica is trying to show Mathew that low cost dates are better than over the top ones. But to get her second date she had to have the billionaire husband of her best friend find the chairs and get them up to the roof. That's using the over-the-top resources that she's protesting.
Those two contrivances bothered me enough to mention them here. Other than that, suspending my disbelief was a pleasure.
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