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Any portion of the first few pages of this book would work well as a piece to assign to writing students, or grammar students, to correct and improve. But that's not what I read books for, so buh-bye to this one. Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews I remember reading this book a very long time ago and I've read it a few times since and what also made me giggle is two highly successful and intelligent people planning to make a baby together without feelings or attachment just for the simple reason they both want a child.
Now, that might work if there wasn't any attraction or mutual admiration but in this case they have both for each other in spades.
Needless to say things don't work out Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews I remember reading this book a very long time ago and I've read it a few times since and what also made me giggle is two highly successful and intelligent people planning to make a baby together without feelings or attachment just for the simple reason they both want a child. Needless to say things don't work out quite the way either one of them imagined. At 25 Taylor Steele has met her goals and is now ready to be a mother and she knows just the man she wants to father her child, Dominic Saxon.
While he may be a client of her wealth and assets company Taylor feels that they will be able to treat their relationship as a business decision and give them both what they desire I enjoyed watching Taylor convince Dominic to spend a week on an island designed for procreation and them enjoying each other fully during their time together. There was no doubting their attraction for one another or the fact they very much enjoyed spending time making sure Taylor got pregnant and while you'd think that would lessen the sexiness factor it didn't at all.
Things change when they return to their respective cities and lives, and it takes some words of wisdom from the people in their lives and a knock upside the head or two for them to both realize they created much more than a child during their time together. From beginning to end Brenda Jackson's Irresistible Forces is intriguing, sexy and completely enjoyable.
May 27, Urs rated it it was ok. This was the third book that I read of the 16 free books from Harlequin. I have read several of the Westmoreland Series books by Brenda Jackson , mainly because my budget draws me to cheap and free books. However, this book is in no way up to par with Brenda Jackson 's other This was the third book that I read of the 16 free books from Harlequin.
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However, this book is in no way up to par with Brenda Jackson 's other books. The story, which centers around the main character who enlists a client to help her have a baby with no strings attached, is a bit difficult to believe. To achieve her goal, the main character, Taylor, invites her client, Dominic to a resort designed specifically for the purpose of conceiving. The attraction between the characters starts off as strictly physical, which I guess was the initial intent. However, the chemistry never really finds its way into the relationship, even when it is finally necessary.
Not only was the storyline itself a disappointment, but the writing did not seem to be up to par either. If you do not mind a lesser quality free read, then this may still work for you, but, otherwise, I would have to say just pass on this one and read one of her other books. Apr 17, Samantha March rated it it was ok. Taylor Steele, a professional wealth and assets manager, knows she wants to have a baby.
But who could she convince to help her conceive the natural way, with no strings attached? Taylor knows the only man that would make her plan work would be Dominic Saxon, one of her millionaire clients. Dominic is single, wealthy, and gorgeous.4840.ru/components/handy/jule-whatsapp-blaue-haken.php
But while there, Taylor and Dominic start to wonder if this will truly be a no strings attached plan, or if something more is brewing between the sheets. The plot just seemed too absurd, and it was predictable from the beginning. Both Taylor and Dominic seem to have feelings from each other before the baby plans, yet try to do something with no strings attached?
We can all see how this will end. No excitement or mystery was there. The middle of the book completely falls away from any plot or real dialogue, and is basically just Taylor and Dominic having sex. This was a shorter book, but missed the mark for me. Mar 27, Shanae rated it liked it. This novel was not poorly written and the characters were not shallow.
However, the storyline was ridiculous and quite unrealistic. The story of a beautiful, intelligent, and highly successful year old young woman who comes from a wealthy family desires a baby with no strings attached? That does not make any sense. Additionally, the portrayal of beauty and romance in this novel was completely Eurocentric. Moreover, I was a bit bored with the sex scenes - Jackson definitely overdid it. Chapter This novel was not poorly written and the characters were not shallow.
Chapter after chapter of "mind-blowing" sex can get boring after a while when the characters are Taylor Steele and Dominic Saxon. This is my first romance novel and it really doesn't make me want to get another novel from this genre, however, other reviews indicate that this is not Jackson's best work, so I may give her novels another try in the near future. Taylor comes up with a plan to have a baby--supposedly the only thing that's missing in her life. And she already knows she wants Dominic to be the father, so she proposes a getaway for the two of them, specifically to make a baby.
The whole premise is over the top--basically how can I get these two people into bed in the least amount of time possible, and then keep them there. Yes, there is a lot of sex in this book.
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The physical Taylor comes up with a plan to have a baby--supposedly the only thing that's missing in her life. The physical impossibilities of it are astounding. I also got sick of hearing how perfect the two main characters are: both beautiful, rich, successful. Apparently not a single flaw on either one of them.
Sep 07, Shelley rated it did not like it Shelves: chicklitromance , ijones. Seriously, this is the book Harlequin chose to be free to represent this line? I was looking forward to trying a Kimani book, and may have actually had the patience to slog through it if the lead character hadn't been 25 years old. This is not a spoiler But no. Jun 12, Norma rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary-romance , read , kindle-ebook. Silly story about a beautiful, rich woman who wants to have a baby with a gorgeous, rich man. They go to an island and have unbelievably hot, perfect sex, a baby is conceived and they both it's conceived like the FIRST time they have sex.
Likely the baby will be perfect too. Obviously they both fall madly in love with each other and plan to live fabulously happily ever after At least one fault or something would have been nice. Apr 04, Wsb rated it liked it. I started off reading this book thinking that it was the dumbest shit ever.
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The premise of it "Procreation Vacation" seriously just ludicrous. Then there was the fact that seventy five percent of the book was just Taylor and Dominic having sex.
I expect that in these type of books but I found that it started to get boring. Possibly because they were doing the same things over and over again. It also became overly dramatic at times. The other issue I had was the terminology that was used.