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All Expenses Paid (Postcards from Paradise)

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Davis Harper’s life isn’t going according to plan. He hates his job and his boss. And, to make matters worse, his long-term relationship with his boyfriend, George, isn’t what it used to be. One day, desperate for something to change, he enters a contest to win a three-week trip to Australia, all expenses paid. Despite the impossible odds of winning, Davis feels hopeful fo ...more
Published June 26th 2011 by Amber Quill Press/Amber Allure (first published June 21st 2011)
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Riley Maranville
I decided to buy this book because I did a semester overseas in Australia and I fell in love with the country (and a few of its boys!) plus I love m/m romance. So it seemed like a perfect fit for me. I really loved the characters but I really fell for Davis. I found his snark and sarcasm enjoyable, but then again, I’m dating a snarky and sarcastic guy. I liked Judd a lot too, but in the end I found my self identifying more with Davis’ side of the story.

The sex scenes were super hot and really we
Really more like 3.5 stars, but I decided to round up! Just finished this book. Thought it was a quick, hot read that I would recommend to anyone who likes m/m romance books. Sex scenes were very hot, thought the characters were believable and likeable. Am new to the m/m genre, but will most certainly check out more from this author.

Makes me want to visit Australia!!
A light, fun read! I really enjoyed this book and am interested to read more by this author. I love sarcastic humor and found Davis a great leading character. The descriptions and details about Australia made me feel like I was there. All in all a really good book, nothing too heavy. Recommend to anyone looking for a fun, summer read.
2.5 STARS.
A rather forgettable 'holiday' romance with an HEA I struggled to believe simply because Davis is not only on a rebound, he's at a point in his life where he doesn't know what he wants, who he wants, etc. While I applauded his finding the balls to call it quits with George, the latter also had some points - Davis had been distracted, he had been displaying signs that all wasn't well and Davis himself didn't deny the fact that their relationship was going downhill for awhile already.

I truly enjoyed this story. I could even feel Davis emotions. He was so humanly and so real, a character full of flaws and troubles. I really liked this story. And I wouldn't mind reading a sequel... This couple was really well suited for each other. Judd was warm character and pulled out positive energy from Davis.
Enjoyable, if you do not take it too seriously.
That's a really good book! I was sucked into the characters from the beginning. Thanks Heidi for this book :)
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