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Marx Girl Kindle Edition
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We met five years ago when I was her family’s bodyguard.
Our time together was a secret.
Her touch was different…. addictive.
I fell hard and fast and then I left.
I’ve thought about her every day since.
As I sit here at a wedding watching her with her new boyfriend……I have regrets.
Regrets for the past things I’ve done.
But I won’t regret what I’m about to do.
I need her beneath me.
I’m having her tonight.
It’s the little things I remember about Ben.
His smile and the icing sugar he had on his pancakes.
What started out as private jokes between us soon turned into private visits.
The quiet man at the back of the crowd.
His dry wit made me laugh.
His dominant body ruined me forever
He never told me he loved me, until he was leaving.
That was five years ago.
Things are looking up for me.
I met someone, someone special.
But Ben is back. I find myself thinking about him ......more than I should.
No matter how hard my heart is freefalling from my chest.
I will never go back there.
You only get to break my heart once.
This is a stand alone, Contemporary romance.
- ASIN : B079CMV5TY
- Publisher : T L Swan (25 January 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 1773 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 470 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1688615598
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,206 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Loved the chemistry between Didge and Ben. It was smok'in hot. Unfortunately the author's tendency to use too many exclamation marks and 'she yelled' were unnecessary and should have been softened, because it made Didge come off sounding immature and over-reactive. There was a lot of snapping at each other that didn't make sense. There was enough drama happening around them and to them, that we didn't need the extra dramatic dialogue. Without that, this book deserved a 5. Loved it.
I adore these two characters. Ben is a typical hot-blooded alpha male. He’s possessive and passionate but he is also damaged and doesn’t think he’s worthy of Bridget’s love. He broke her heart 5 years earlier but has now come back to claim his girl. Bridget is beautiful, sassy, strong willed and knows what she wants. She tried to move on with her life after Ben left her without any explanation as to why, but she never really got over him and her love for Ben never died. But she struggles to get him to open up to her.
This book is full of angst, passion, suspense, and hot and steamy love scenes. It had me on a roller coaster of emotions. It had me swooning really bad for Ben, then feeling annoyed and frustrated with him at the same time. It had me on the edge of my seat and then crying sad but also happy tears. It was hard to put down and the ending was just perfect.
Marx Girl is one of my favourite reads this year!
I hope for an epilogue book, just like she did with the Stanton brothers but I understand if there isn't one, I feel like this story has been told well without the need for one.
Apart for my desperate need to read Adrian's book, Anastas, I also feel she is developing the Characters Abbie and Brock well enough that they too deserve their own stories.
Another amazing novel! A+++ do reccomend!!
So much thought process to read through. Drags on and on.
Not my fave. Sorry 😬😰
I have loved Ben and Didge from the beginning and when he broke up with her I was gutted for them!
I am so glad that their story is finally here and I enjoyed reading every minute of the book!
Its filled with alpha dominance, sass and off the charts chemistry between this pair as they find their way!
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I found statham to be one thick military/delta guy. Some of the things that he couldn't decipher just were very basic servillian things to me. It just got annoying when at every turn it seemed like he had to babysit Bridget's tantrums. Another thing, if you need a proof reader, I'm here. I cant stand a book full of spelling mistakes. Also your descriptive language of the characters need to improve. Describe what they look like so we can imagine that in our minds. This is a book not a movie....remember.. Errrrm where do i begin? I guess i am at the end.
Now the areas which could do better. Be aware, there are MANY errors in this book. They range from simple spelling mistakes, to random incorrect words being used "semantics" instead of "details", "he" instead of "she" etc, to more glaring and irritating mistakes like going from saying Didge is naked, to a paragraph later, she removes her clothes again. Or Didge sliding Ben's wedding ring on twice, and she doesn't get one at all. Ben offering someone a drink, then a few lines later, doing it again. It's just really poor copy editing.
Lastly, there are areas where the quality of writing is quite week. Certain phrases such as "we kiss, again and again" is used repeatedly in the book, and its not a particularly strong visual to begin with. And lastly, when writing about a moment of confusion for your deep thinking, strong alpha lead it's more than disappointing when his entire internal monologue is "huh?".
I really want to like this book, but the constant mistakes were just too distracting and disappointing, so the two stars are for the likability of the characters and the promising story line.
Some of the story where you should be hooked into the moment, seem to be glossed over and wrapped up pretty quickly instead of building the suspense, and the editing is poor throughout.
Overall I'm very disappointed this came so highly recommended when there are so many problems.