The Commitment Test (The Marin Test #2)
Hope is restored as she devises a plan to get James down on one knee by becoming the ideal mate. Everything seems to fall into place until her ...more
I am a huge fan of this series. I originally reviewed the first in this series for my website but after talking with the author (who is amazing and so incredibly sweet), I received this one to review as well. And I could not have loved it more. I loved the first one, but I think this might be my favorite of the two. Can this story keep going forever please?
The Commitment Test pi ...more
I loved this book just as much. Consisting how much Marin was hoping to get finally Engaged made up so much disappointment and horror for herself She just wanted more than to just move in with him.
Such a great romantic book. I really had so much fun reading this great series. I recommend this to all of my ...more
"The rest are gonna love you because I love you"
James Young is the kind of guy every woman wants. He's loyal, handsome, nice, romantic, caring, understanding... the list goes on.
"Love means taking a chance even if you're afraid. I will always be afraid to lose you, but I won't push you away anymore. I promise."
Marin could get re ...more
Marin is not shy about the fact that she wants a wedding...soon. Things are going great with James and he is definitely the one for her. The problem is trying to get him to talk about marriage is turning out to be tougher than she thought.
An old friend brings Marin a book about getting a man to propose in just five steps. Seems crazy, right? It worked for the friend..but will it work for Marin and James?
The two end up buying their ...more
Marin desperately wants to get married. She loves James and she knows he is "the one" but he doesn't seem to be in a hurry to ask her to marry him. Why not?
James loves Marin but may be a little gun shy because of his divorce. As in the first book Marin again is given a book by a friend on how to get him to propose. At least this book seems a little more realistic than the Man test from book one.
I understand Marin's dilema on wanting to be be ...more
Marin and James are couple two years. Exactly that James who Marin puts to a Man Test, now they are spend the time together. Everything is great,they are happy and perfect match. He is so thoughtful, patient, romantic and handsome. She is couple therapist and she thinks that her time is running and she and James should have their own family, get married and have kids. Marin thinks that proposal is here when ...more
Marin and James have been in a relationship for about two years already. Marin thinks it is time to start planning a wedding, but James is not even in the same hemisphere about that subject. James has been married before and just doesn't get why marriage is so important. He is in love with Marin, she's about to meet ...more
“Cooking was not my strong suit. I mostly used my kitchen to house the coffee.”
“I couldn’t decide whether I wanted to cry more or smile more. So I did both.”
“I promise to love you with an open, honest heart because you belong with me, and I belong with you, and nothing will ever change that.”
“It was one of those horrific, but amazing moments when you want to look away but can’t. How was her vagina ever gonna go back to normal size after that? Wait? How was my vagina ever gonna go ...more
With the same formula as the first book in the series, Ms. Aksel’s second book doesn’t fall short. Just as ingenious and cute, its flowing prose makes for another easy and quick read.
Marin wants a proposal and a ring, and that’s all she wants. When it doesn’t come when she expects it she isn’t sure it’s ever going to come. When all her friends start moving forward she sets up a plan to get James to propose. And it seems to be working up until her college boyfriend shows up and Marin has to choos...more
I had the pleasure of reading an early copy of Amanda Aksel’s The Commitment Test and enjoyed it very much. Marin Johns, the main character, is an intriguing character to read because she’s not only a couple’s therapist, she’s also sorting out love issues in her own life. I loved reading from her point-of-view because she’s refreshingly honest but sometimes naïve which makes her so rel ...more
While this book can be read without reading The Man Test (Book 1) in the series, I recommend reading them in order so that you have a better understanding of Marin and her friends.
I received this ARC from the author for a fair and honest review.
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