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Primal Elements Christine d'Abo The last thing Jenna wants for her thirtieth birthday is a trip to the Perfect Match dating service, but she is given little choice from her group of friends. What she doesn't expect is to be "matched" with Ben, her arrogant and handsome ex-boss. Her opinion of Ben hasn't softened much since he sabotaged her research project by pulling the f...more
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Published August 31st 2008 by Ellora's Cave
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Christine
Jan 23, 2009 Christine added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Joyfully Reviewed Recommended Read - Reviewed by Shayna


After claiming there isn’t a man on Mars that was for her, for her thirtieth birthday present Jenna Robins is shanghaied by her best friends and taken to the dating service Perfect Match. Deciding to grin and bear it, Jenna is shocked to find the program claims her “perfect match” is Ben Hawthorn. Ben is gorgeous and rich, to be sure, but he also happens to be the one man Jenna loathes since he pulled the funding for her research project s...more
Kimberly
Recommended Read

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After claiming there isn’t a man on Mars that was for her, for her thirtieth birthday present Jenna Robins is shanghaied by her best friends and taken to the dating service Perfect Match. Deciding to grin and bear it, Jenna is shocked to find the program claims her “perfect match” is Ben Hawthorn. Ben is gorgeous and rich, to be sure, but he also happens to be the one man Jenna loathes since he...more
Foggygirl
An okay spicy sci fi read but not a particularly memorable one.
Kasumi
De alguna manera me recordaba a la película "Desafio total" por el tema de una colonia en Marte y extraterrestres que pueden "terraficar" el planeta. Y eso me ha gustado bastante.
Pero en cuanto a los personajes, todos muy poco desarrollados, lo que provocó que la historia se resintiera y resultara pesada e incluso aburrida en bastantes momentos.
Una pena, porque prometía más.
Vivian
To many sex scenes that made the story suck a little. Other than that the book was ok.
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Christine d’Abo is hooked on romance. As a novelist and short story writer with over thirty publications, including the immensely popular Long Shots series, the imagination is always flowing. She loves to exercise and stops writing just long enough to keep her body in motion too. When she’s not pretending to be a ninja in her basement, she’s most likely spending time with her family and two dogs....more
More about Christine d'Abo...
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