First and foremost, this is a serial trilogy, and it isn't well identified as such! Or so her best friend and sister tell her. The story goal is to break out of that comfortable world and visit Hollywood where people are successful, but judgmental. Mysterious, and Tinley is an open book, for the most part. The author does a fabulous job of creating sexual tension. The Pacing was ok and the flow was alright a little slow for me to get into but again this one wasn't a win for me. The protagonist meets the goal by dating a millionaire actress who gradually introduces him to her world. I loved the overall premise of this story as well as Tinley, Marek, and all the rest.
I am sure others will enjoy this and I may be in the minority, but I wasn't into this one. Tinley is hearing her biological clock ticking down as she approaches thirty. While this storyline has some promise and the second book flowed a bit better than the first, there were some technical difficulties that made this a less than fluid read. To fore warn this does end on a cliff hanger and boy, is it a doozy! As her 30th birthday approaches, Tinley is stuck. So what are the next two episodes going to be about? I can hardly wait for the next book and to see where t I truly enjoyed the first installment of this trilogy from Alexandria Bishop.
I'll have to see where things pan out in the rest of the series. Well, this book for one thing. Dating in today's world is hard enough as it is. In brief, it makes the story meaningful. I'm hopeful that book 3 will be improvement over 2. Along the way, he must also convince the entire city of New York to believe in him.
Alexandria Bishop will have you laughing hysterically and feeling the love within yourself. But it doesn´t happen to Tinley. I enjoyed the story and the idea of the book and I do think I'd like to see where else it goes as it does end on a cliffhanger, but I just couldn't form any connection to the main characters, especially Tinley. Alexandria Bishop writes with passion and flair that you can see with every chapter. Marek is a bit of mystery as he seems to be open to a relationship but he is vague and not as open as Tinley. Honestly, my only real complaint is that I do wish the book was written in a first person style instead of third person just because I feel like it helps link the reader directly to each character and the insights of that character.
Tinley is a young woman, insecure, a bit annoying, a call center employee, bored of her stressful job and rival co-worker, Marek. Darhower, The mobster trilogy Mobster's girl, Awakening a mobster and Mobster's vendeta by Amy Rachiele, Beautiful Disaster and Redemption by Francette Phall. The romance sizzles and the sex. The setup is simple, speed dating in the dark. Macbeth kills the king because his goal is to become king. But when date number four turns out to be someone she knows, things go from fun and flirty to complicated as heck.
The characters were nicely fleshed out and their budding relationship wasn't rushed. Most of the men are seeking wives too, including Elizabeth's cousin Mr. Better for the Author that way too - Won't rate the book. I have personally worked in a call center of sorts and it truly is amazing what people will say on the phone to a stranger. I'm so excited to see what happens with this couple, as well as with Tinsley's strange and dramatic roommate! This is the organizing idea around which the entire plot of your novel will be based. I liked the 2nd and 3rd more but its good its about mob society. What the story really lacked for me was some serious conflict to drive the plot.
His deep voice, his practiced words. I truly enjoyed the first installment of this trilogy from Alexandria Bishop. What is her secretive roommate up to? It allows the reader to become emotionally involved in your novel and to care about the outcome. When I was approached to read this trilogy, I knew nothing about the series or author. It's interesting who her mystery date ends up being. Even with it being a contemporary romance written in third person! Until her final date sets her panties ablaze.
I kept hoping once I hit the 10% then the 20% mark that this book will hook me. What read as a couple of days, turns out to be a weeks time. The protagonist, an old man who calls himself Kris Kringle, must convince a little girl that he is Santa Claus. Keep in mind there are many kinds of goals. Their connection is pretty instant and I love how they talk about the most random things.
It says that anyone can add books o the list. Bonus New Member Deposit : 50. Thriller audiences are used to a longer lead-up to the point at which the detective pursues the killer to his creepy lair and rescues the victim. Suppose, however, you're not writing about a king or a leader? Thanks for the recommendation :D. Since it's paid for and she is looking for love, Tinley gives it a try.