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Just the Sexiest Man Alive by Julie James
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Dec 31, 2008

did not like it
bookshelves: romance-contemporary, own, reviewed, theme-hero_hard_to_like, unfinished-2009
Recommended to Kathrynn by: JJ, Christa
Read on August 16, 2009

Not for me. I stayed with this one through page 60. Expected it to be funny, but at that point I hadn't laughed at all. Taylor, the heroine, seemed like a neat character, so I stayed with it. But I couldn't stand Jason, the hero. He was rude, egotistical and I didn't see myself growing to like him even if he did become "better."

Oh well. Glad others enjoyed it! :-) Not for me, though.
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message 1: by Rane (new)

Rane Yeah, some men you just grow to love, some men you just hate from the start and throughout the book!


message 2: by Auntee (new) - added it

Auntee Uh-oh...looks like this is one of those 'love 'em' or 'hate 'em' books. Not sure I'll be in a hurry to read this one now.:(


Kathrynn Oh no. You might like it! :-) Just rubbed me wrong.


Goddess Of Blah Practise Makes Perfect is better. I think this is just a debut so it didn't work out as well. I agree - i hate womanisers and he's just very typical of that. Loads of actors don't womanise (serious intelligent type) like Ed Norton, hardvard almost-grad Matt Damon, etc


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