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Have Me (It's Trading Men! #2)

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  105 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Trading Card: Jake Donnelly Occupation: Really, really sexy cop

Marry, Date or One-Night Stand: One night…and totally worth it!

His secret passion: For him to know, and you to find out

Warning: Zero commitment. This is a onenighter—and don't forget it!

Bottom Line: Hot and fun. You'll be very, very satisfied

Part socialite, part high-powered executive, Rebecca Thorpe isn't look
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 21st 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Yes, even I admit that this cover is gratuitous. But this opposites-attract story was a nice read and the relationship progressed nicely and was sweet. The only glaringly bad thing was the suspense plot, which was completely unnecessary, in my opinion.
I really liked both the hero and heroine in this book -- I was really pulling for them to be together in the end. However, the ending felt rushed or incomplete for me -- I needed another chapter or at least an epilogue to tie up all the loose ends.
Em primeiro lugar, CADÊ O FINAL DO LIVRO??? Como assim, o livro termina na melhor parte? Tinha material ali para pelo menos mais 200 paginas, e a autora terminou no seco, sem um epilogozinho nem nada. Fui conferir no original pra ver se algum estagiário fominha não tinha devorado o fim do livro, mas não, termina igualzinho.

Voltando à vaca fria: O livro é ótimo! O mocinho Jake é uma coisa de gostoso que só vendo!! Ele é um ex-policial aposentado, levou uns tiros e agora está reformando o banheiro
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The whole idea of having trading cards with sexy men on it is...well fantastic! My god, women all around the world would clamor to have them! How does Ms. Leigh come up with this stuff? Extraordinary.

I got into the It's Trading Men series when I read the third book for review with the review company, Night Owl Reviews. I absolutely loved it, so I asked for the second (thinking it was the first, but obviously not) book as well. Don't worry if you can't find the first book, they can be
Second of a series of three. Ienjoyed reading this one better than the first - it flowed better throughout the story. I liked Jake - damaged but still sexy excop, complete with toolbelt! I think I liked that he wasn't perfect. Rebecca, the rich socialite running a charity, is the unlikely love interest. Good chemistry between them. I was really looking forward to the urban tourist bit, so will have to read about that separately! I hope the third book ties up some of the loose ends in the back st ...more
I was REALLY liking this book! Then we get to the last few pages and I'm like WTF?! Where is the rest of the book?!?! I felt cheated with the end since there really wasn't one, it was completely unresolved (at least in my opinion). The book was great, very "honeymoon phase", which I loved. Definitely worth a read if you don't mind being left with questions.
Cynthia D'Alba
Sexy. Fun. Fast paced. Cop injured in the line of duty. Heroine has more money than Trump. Supposed to be a one-night stand, until it wasn't anymore.

What more could you want?

Such a enjoyable read. I'm downloading the next in the series ASAP!
The Romantic Scientist
LOVE the cover, and the book isn't too bad either! :) My full review is here:
Heroine: rich girl not really looking for commitment; hero: ex cop shot on the job; now disabled bc of his injuries and not sure what to do.
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