“O que acontece em Las Vegas. . . nem sempre fica em Vegas. A “lista de coisas a fazer” de Autumn Haven em Las Vegas, dizia para assistir a um show e jogar nos caça-níqueis e não acordar casada com um imbecil sexy como Sam LeClaire. No primeiro momento em que o viu olhando para ela como um pedaço...”see full review » see other reviews »
“O que acontece em Las Vegas. . . nem sempre fica em Vegas. A “lista de coisas a fazer” de Autumn Haven em Las Vegas, dizia para assistir a um show e jogar nos caça-níqueis e não acordar casada com um imbecil sexy como Sam LeClaire. No primeiro momento em que o viu olhando para ela como um pedaço delicioso do bufê de sobremesas, sua consciência geralmente responsável lhe disse para correr. E ela fez - diretamente a fantasia de fim de semana mais louca de sua vida. Mas a manhã de segunda-feira a sacudiu de volta à realidade e antes que ela pudesse dizer "quer um café", Sam foi embora. Agora, uma organizadora de casamentos bem sucedida, Autumn não via o astro do hóquei há quase dois anos... até que ela organizou "O Dia Especial" ao seu companheiro de equipe, onde Sam fez uma grande jogada para continuar de onde parou! Mas ela prometeu que nenhum homem a despedaçaria novamente.
Seria Sam o homem para ela ou ela o baniria para o banco de penalidades para sempre?”
“3.5”LaLa wrote this review Saturday, August 17, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I had stopped reading romances because I could actually concentrate on other types of books, but that doesn't mean I won't read more. I just may not read quite so many in a row.
Gibson is a good author, her heroines and heroes do amusing things and this book was no exception. It was just the book for picking up while I waited for my husband to clean fish. Fortunately, that is not my responsibility.”
“Another fun read by Rachel Gibson!”Zo'e P wrote this review Thursday, May 31, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“It can be described in one word, "Predictable". After reading almost all novels by Rachel Gibson, her writing style has become so very predictable for me ! But at least this book was better than the last two. Overall I didn't like her chinooks series,all books in it were almost identical. Her books before this series were far much better. I have given it a 3 rating only on relative basis based on the previous books "Nothing But Trouble","True Love and Other Disasters" etc. since the storyline was better than them (and those books completed sucked!!).”Namrata wrote this review Monday, May 14, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“It was o.k. for a "Marshmellow fluff " chick lit book. I'd give it a 2.5. I didn't dislike it but I can't say that I "liked" it. It real had potential but the ball got dropped. A little effort on the author part , this could have been a really good book. Why would she hook up again with her Smoking Hot ex for anything but a bootie call if he was a neglectful Father?
In the final chapters we learn little back history.Letting the reader how her ex-mom in law visited her Grandson or that Sam had "father issues" earlier would have helped the viability of the reconciliation for the reader. Another thing that would have helped is if Sam had said Why he was attracted to Autumn after years of disinterest.”
“Its an okay read, quite easy to get hooked! ”Pegasus wrote this review Wednesday, February 15, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This series is ideal for a sports-lover as it includes numerous hockey references. Quick, easy reads. I enjoyed this one the best because of the history between Autumn and Sam. ”KSUDaniL wrote this review Monday, January 9, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Another first read written by Rachel Gibson and apparently I read the sixth book of this series. I hope that was a wise move though. Hopefully each book isn’t related to each other. Anyway, I liked the story. Everything’s just lovely and sweet.
It’s about Sam and Autumn who are divorced couple but found once again that they both still and always love each other. Both experienced traumatic in their lives and both are tortured souls.
I hated Sam for what he’d done to Autumn. It was unforgivable but well, he learned from mistakes he did and he suffered from the guilt. I liked that he decided to make things right, to put past behind and to have Autumn in his life again. As for Autumn, I liked that she’s different and independent. She’s indeed a strong woman and I felt really bad for her but I hated her guts. Always in hesitation.
To conclude from my reading, this two needed civil conservation and understanding 6 years ago rather than bit each other’s head. See now what understanding had done to Sam and Autumn – I’ll leave it to your own thoughts and wonder.”