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The Claiming of Suzy (Sweet & Sinful #2)

3.03  ·  Rating Details  ·  35 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
Suzy Bean is a woman who lives in the moment and loves her overabundant curves. The man she secretly loves, JC Mosino, is the only one who can make her untamed sexual fantasies a reality. After having way too much fun during a party, JC drives her home where their passions ignite. Suzy believes this is night she and JC will go from being friends to lovers. Unfortunately th ...more
ebook, 145 pages
Published September 25th 2010 by Decadent Publishing
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Oct 12, 2010 Julie rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2010
“The Claiming of Suzy” by KT Grant reminds us that men are idiots. Clueless idiots.
Let me explain.

JC wants Suzy. JC actually loves Suzy. But while they’re getting it on, he tells her that her stomach is like a fluffy pillow. He also tells her that his shirt would be too small for her so he should get her one of her own…and asks if she wears a XXL. Suzy takes these comments a little personally (geez, who could blame her?) and kicks him out. JC then wonders what went wrong. He wonders how he went
Smokinhotbooks K.C.
Oct 20, 2010 Smokinhotbooks K.C. rated it liked it
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This is a very naughty- erotic contemporary romance where curvy Suzy Bean has to pick between two sexy dudes (why can’t I have these hard decisions to make in my life?) First of all, I like when the main heroine isn’t a stick figure with double D’s and legs made for the catwalk. Suzy is comfortable with who she is but at times can be self conscious of her size (like any normal woman). She has had a big girl crush on JC for many years until one night they rock one another’s
Dec 03, 2010 Liza rated it it was amazing
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Nov 02, 2010 Ally rated it liked it
Shelves: ebook, 2010
There's possibly a million things to love about The Claiming of Suzy, it's a short, quick, addictive read.

After reading other people's reviews I was prepared for Suzy to annoy me but she really didn't. In For the Love of Mollie, in which Suzy first appears, she comes across as a confident, fun woman with a quick wit who always has a sharp come back and in The Claiming of Suzy she is still the same person but like every woman out there, she battles from time to time with low body confidence issue
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While I wanted to like this one as much as some of KT Grant’s work, but there was just so many things going on at once with this story that it felt like the story got lost in it all. From the beginning, it picks up with Suzy and JC getting together, and while the sex was real in a way Suzy’s reactions went from Cold to Hot and back again in no time at all. One paragraph she was shy and demure and the next she w
3 stars

This was a good story but not exactly my cup of tea.

Suzy is a BBW. She's friends with JC and at the beginning of the story they almost get together but he makes some stupid comments that accidentally set her off and she kicks him to the curb. She keeps him hanging for a month and then meets Xavier. He pursues her and she's attracted so she goes out with him a few times. During this time JC is trying to get her to give him another chance.

To be honest, I got annoyed with Suzy. She was ver
Nov 11, 2010 ReviewerLarissa rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance
Okay, let me start this review by saying that this book made go Grrrrrrrr. Books like this are the entire reason why I prefer m/m books sometimes (probably also the reason why I have more male friends than female friends ;-)). Though men can be idiots just as much as women, as this book definitely proves!

Alright, now that I have that of my chest, lets start the review. No, the above does not mean I hated the book or that it was bad. Let me explain.

The Claiming of Suzy is about Suzy who wants to
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Challenges: Read for Fun (Goodreads)
Overall Rating 3.50
Story Rating 3.75
Character Rating 3.25

First Thought when Finishing: Oh Poor Xavier!

What I Loved: There are a couple of things I love about this series: a) the women are real and b) the men are accepting of them--just the way they are! In fact, it is the men that make you fall in love. JC was no exception. He absolutely accepted Suzy just the way she is and there was one moment when he shared his insecurity that made me melt!

Oct 02, 2010 LynnMarie rated it it was amazing
Angelique’s Review

I have come to expect realistic characters, through-provoking plots, and insanely hot love scenes from KT Grant. In “The Claiming of Suzy,” Ms. Grant delivers yet again. This contemporary romance will keep you hooked until the HEA.

I loved Suzy’s character in “For the Love of Mollie” and was thrilled to see her get her own book. Though this character exudes confidence and a snappy wit, she is not 100% comfortable in her own skin. When her love interest JC speaks without thinkin
suzy goes home one night with jc, whom she's been in love with for forever. unfortunately, the next morning, jc makes a remark about her curves that suzy takes exception to and she throws him out. several months later, suzy runs into someone in the coffee shop who she thinks is really arrogant, she tells him off and he turns out to be her new boss. the fact that she stood up to him impresses xavier, and he asks suzy out. in spite of the fact that suzy now thinks xavier is a good guy, she
Nov 21, 2010 Debbie rated it it was amazing
I couldn't put this book down until I was done!!! So Good!!!!
Ellen Kingsley
May 01, 2011 Ellen Kingsley rated it did not like it
Glad I only bought two books by this author. Never again.
Autumn Montgomery
Sep 29, 2010 Autumn Montgomery rated it it was amazing
Another wonderful release from KT Grant!
Jan 01, 2012 Rebecca rated it liked it
This book was good - just no "wow" for me.
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Sep 25, 2010 K.T. Grant added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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KT Grant is a self-proclaimed eccentric redhead who not only loves to read a wide variety of romances, but also loves writing it. Under her alter-ego, she is a well-known book blogger who doesn’t shy away from voicing her opinion. A proud native of New Jersey, KT is multi-published and writes Gay, Lesbian and Straight romance. KT has been a top ten best-selling author at Amazon, as well as being a ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Sweet & Sinful (4 books)
  • For the Love of Mollie (Sweet & Sinful #1)
  • Sweet and Sinful
  • Xavier's Loving Arms (Sweet & Sinful #3)

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