Publisher Description

A sexy angsty second chance romance from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…



Jack and Lexi never had a typical relationship.


After two years without speaking, Lexi receives a phone call that changes everything. Jack wants her to convince his new girlfriend that he's ready to commit.


He's calling now, after everything they had been through, because there's another woman. She can't believe it.


And yet she goes.


For closure.


Not to try to win him back. Definitely not.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2012
July 29
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
350
Pages
PUBLISHER
K.A. Linde Inc.
SELLER
Kyla Linde
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Odd72849 ,

Avoiding Commitment

Started off good, but became tedious. Could have been half as long and still been a good story. Couldn't wait for it to end. Almost quit reading because Lexi was a stupid person.

Women are better than this ,

This book is irritating, Repetitive and sexist

The book is overly long because the writer unnecessarily and continuously repeats a detailed description of the two main characters relationships in almost every chapter as if the reader has just started riding the book from that chapter instead of reading it from the beginning and it gets annoying and uselessly repetitive.

The main female character Lexi, Lex, Alexa is annoying and I wonder if a man edited this book and made author make her an oversexed, indecisive, weak willed, sex driven, whiny, overly emotional, unable to communicate, over reactive, easily influenced, drama queen. Letting her everyone else even her best friend tell her on my mind and will instead of making it for her own.

I understand passion and getting “carried away or caught up”. I agree that women can and do like and want sex just as much as men.

But for Lexi, Lex, Alexa to constantly lose all sense of self and focus, just because she looked into Jack or Ramsey or Clark’s eyes and allow herself to be kissed and manipulated and have sex or almost have sex with them multiple just because, the heat off of a man’s body or his touching her cheek, or looking in her eyes, so cliché and chauvinistic and just for wrong.

Itamerey3 ,

No!

Ending was horrible!

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