A man this hot is worth breaking all of her rules for...
Rule # 1--No blind dates.
Having suffered through one too many, there's no way Samantha O'Ryan will agree to a blind date. Until her best friend needs a favor, that is. Enter Jack Knight. If she'd known how hot he is, she never would have protested.
Rule # 2--No kissing on the first date.
Sam can't resist Jack. And b...more
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Samantha O'Ryan lives life on her own terms. She surfs when she wants, owns her own beachfront sandwich place, and lives a simple and easy-to-maintain lifestyle above it. She dates casually when she wants, goes where she wants, buys what she wants. The only thing she can't do is bake brownies. And she's tried. Repeatedly. She doesn't do relationships - her choice. Losing her parents at a young age scarred her and she's never felt comfortable with commitment. The only two people sh...more
Seduce me is a story about a woman named Sam who works/lives about a small sandwich shop. Her friend sets her up on a blind date with a guy named Jack, who is ex NBA. They claim they hate relationships and only want sex. Of course that changes after they have their first date. Magical cure called meeting the right person. Crazy.
I don't have much to say about this other than that it was great and just encourages me to get more of Shalvis's backlist!
I've read a looo-hot of Jill's books, and while I love her books, they do have a certain formula to them. And though this one had a small glimpse of that (commitment phobes), it was a FRESH read. The UST was outta this world. Sam was unique, fun, ballsy, and not in a fake way. I truly loved her character. And Jack? He had me at 6'6". (ok, so he was way more than height, and truthfully would give Brady a run for his money...more
I am afraid to say that this was a very rare Jill Shalvis book that didn't make me feel anything. Not a thing, nada. It had all the ingredients of a straight-up, no frills short contemporary romance and I didn't not like anything about it ..... I just failed to engage with the characters and care about them.