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About the Author
Karyn Grice is a native of Chicago, Illinois, and the author of What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas and No Strings Attached. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- File size : 632 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 290 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Publisher : Pocket Books; Reprint edition (31 August 2010)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B003LL3LG0
- Customer Reviews:
3.5 out of 5
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Jennifer H. Lyons
Skip itReviewed in the United States on 25 August 2014
What can I say. This book was horribly written. The dialog was so mechanical and stiff and never felt real. And it was almost like you were reading two totally different books. These main characters were completely one way and then, without ruining it, completely did a 180, like all of a sudden, with no problems afterward. Meaning, after they finally changed their main problem that seemed to be an inherent flaw they both had that was interfering with their ability to have a true relationship with each other, they both completely changed and then were like the epitome of the perfect, committed couple. And they never had those earlier major character flaws rear their ugly heads, as would most definitely have happened in the real world. It's almost as if the author was kind of sick of these two and just wanted to finish the book in a hurry at that point, and thus, did not want to let the characters have their own self destructive tendencies interfere at all so the book could just end already.
Pretty PoorReviewed in the United States on 29 October 2014
I am sorry to say there was almost no plot. The characters were weak. The grammar was poor. I really didn't didn't care about the characters at all. There was a lot of sex which was thankfully easy to skip. Essentially there are are a man and a woman, both sluts, their language, not mine, who think they're in love with each other. Naturally there is no trust between them, but no surprise they wind up together anyway. A complete waste ot time, I do not recommend No Strings Attached to anyone.
Enjoyable read!Reviewed in the United States on 13 March 2012
This is a fun escapist read about upscale successful characters. This sort of reminds me of the phenomenon that occurred during the Great Depression, when everybody in the country was poor and suffering, but the most popular movies of the day were those luxurious art-deco "rags to riches" movies like 42nd Street, Dinner at Eight, My Man Godfrey, etc. A lot has been written about how poor, out-of-work folks should have been resentful of those rich people living in penthouses and drinking champagne on the silver screen. But what they really needed was to escape the drudgery of their lives and fantasize that THEY were living the good life. It was a psychological and emotional lift for them during that horrible Depression. No Strings Attached provides that same kind of glitzy lifestyle setting, with an updated, Afrocentric twist. And Karyn Grice is fearless when it comes to sex scenes! But underlying the hottest sex scenes is the message of male-female equality. There is no shame in Jasmine's game! I'd recommend this book to anybody who is sick and tired of the 9-to-5 routine. Diving into this book will definitely ease the tension of a hard day!
Can you say abrupt endingReviewed in the United States on 7 August 2014
ok I liked the story it wasn't bad really a little to repetitive going back and forth finally looks like we are on the right trail with this couple to be thrown back again. Really Sean your a jerk, took you long enough to get it I think the Dr should have been better in bed with fireworks and Sean should have fought for her. Just a big let down it had the potential to get good but kept turning to much 2 stars was generous
Good readReviewed in the United States on 30 October 2013
I enjoyed this book it was very suspensful... I would recommend it to family and friends... I gave it a four star because the book held my interest throughout the entire read...