Him & Her (BWWM Curvy Romance) Book One
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Sometimes losing is the best thing that can happen to a guy. When a hot, sexy gamer geek obsessed with winning meets his match in a sassy, take no crap ‘cook’, sparks fly and a game served spicy begins.
Micah James is tall, excessively handsome, a brilliant success as a top video game programmer and a jerk of the first order. Used to flashing a smile and a wink to get whatever he wants, Micah knows what he wants right now and it’s for the local supermarket deli ‘cook’ to be his personal chef. What he’s not ready for is the battle of wills he’ll soon engage in when he meets his match in Nori Blackmon.
Nori Blackmon is sassy, curvy and determined to make a success of her life, not matter the cost or sacrifice. She has little time for the spoiled, good looking frat boy demanding she drop everything to come work for him as his personal chef. His arrogance knows no bounds and his inability to take no for an answer rubs her the absolute wrong way.
When their worlds collide, neither is ready for the perfect and powerful chemistry that exists between them or that a love like this can form between two people with such different lives and dreams.
Him & Her is a contemporary love story between a man and woman moving in different directions until fate intervenes to offer them a new one—with each other.
Note: This book has a continuation to the next book (cliff hanger). If you do not like reading series of this nature, this book and storyline may not be for you. For real.
This sexy, fun, witty novel by Shelby Mitchell is a BWWM (Black Woman White Man) Interracial romance that contains adult subject matter, descriptive and explicit sex, adult language and mature topics including sex between a billionaire and a curvy, voluptuous black woman. For adults only—Not suitable for readers under 18.
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Eyes Wide Open
When you stay up all night to finish reading, you know you have found something to extraordinary. I couldn't stop, put down or even pause this book. It kept me not only pulling for Nori and Micah, but wanting more. Standing here my mouth wide open and eyes as big as spaceships😱 ADDICTED!!!
Good Story Line but underdeveloped
I think the concept was good; however, much of the story felt underdeveloped and some of the characters needed enhancing. I am not impressed by Nori's over the top attitude towards Micah early on. Both Micah and Nori felt like severely stereotyped characters. Lastly, too much time was spent developing unnecessary details like convincing Nori to go to Micah's home.
I am sorry but this book is boring. It's like reading someone's diary and putting every single detail on paper. The book is too long and dragged out. Ten pages on how her toenails look?? Come on...really? The book could have been a 5 had it ended on page 60 and just leave out the very boring descriptions of every character and other things. I love erotica and you have to keep the readers attention with every page.