The Ex-Girlfriends' Club (Harlequin Blaze #322)
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The Ex-Girlfriends' Club (Harlequin Blaze #322)

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Police officer Eden Rutherford has only one weakness-- bad boy Ben Wilder. With just one wicked glance, he could make her lose control, lose her heart... and lose her panties. Too bad he took all three with him when he hightailed it out of town three years ago. Now Ben's back, and Eden's bracing herself. First, for his assault on her libido. And second, for his reaction to...more
Paperback, 241 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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Okay, if you can get through the pages upon pages of Eden and Ben mentally reminiscing or fawning over the sex appeal of each other, it's a decent read.

I'm really not kidding about the excessive amount of time spent on Eden thinking about every - single - freaking - thing about Ben that she finds attractive. And it always happens like, in the middle of a phone call or something.

"So what do you think we should do? Are you going to tell him?"
( Insert 5 pages of why talking to Ben is horrifying an
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
HRB#322. Eden Rutherford can't seem to keep her wits (not to mention her clothes) about her when she is confronted with Bennett Wilder. After the second time he dumps her, she starts and starts the ex-girlfriends club. When someone starts posting on the site serious threats, she has to step in to protect the man who is going to hurt her again. I didn't believe a word of it. Didn't really like any of the characters. Didn't even like the sex much. Not the best effort. (3/10)
The Ex-Girlfriends' Club was a good read on the romantic level, though the erotic scenes were scarce. I truly enjoyed her 'Men Out of Uniform' books: The Maverick, The Specialist and The Loner, which I rated with 5, another 5 and a 4.5 stars (out of 5). Compared to them this title is a bit of a disappointment. But since the story was still okay and the hero and heroin were very likeable I'll rate it with 3 stars.
Some lessons are harder to grasp than others... especially when the heart is involved. The phrase "you have no say in who your heart will fall in love with" comes to mind. 4.5 stars
Incredible story, but the ending was disappointing.
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