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No Reservations by Megan Hart
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Nov 18, 14

did not like it
bookshelves: erotic, well-that-sucked
Read in December, 2009

Perhaps it's just me, but I like a little plot with my sex. Why does this book have high ratings?

How TWO writers were unable to get this right is beyond me. Leah and Kate are condescending, selfish and crude. Dix is horribly annoying. Brandon is the only character that is even remotely likeable, and I ended up not liking him because he’s with someone like Leah. He seems completely out of place in this book and I wanted to save him from the pages of this mess.

The dialogue is horrible and unrealistic. It’s stuck somewhere between the lingo of a seventeen year old girl and a cheesy historical romance novel. The plot is lacking…two women admit they have their version of the perfect man, but won’t marry/move in/whatever these guys because if they did that we wouldn’t need 222 pages of two successful powerful women going at it like rabbits with said men all while proclaiming their girl power and going on about how much they don’t need these men.

I get that this is a novel of erotic fiction, but did I really need to read about someone having earth shattering orgasms every five pages? If I wanted that I could have watched porn. After the third grinding session it all starts reading the same (figuratively and literally) and becomes quite banal. It is a book after all, I was hoping for some of the things that go along with books besides just words.

It’s just bad. If you’re looking for redundant sex scenes, bad dialogue, flat characters and no plot, then by all means, read this.

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12/08/2009 page 169
66.02% "so far... a bunch of frustrated sex. i have no idea how these characters accomplish anything when they'r too busy banging each other." 2 comments

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