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“HOT! HOT! The author does a great job making full characters with an interesting plot line.”Fire Raven wrote this review 4 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Nice mix of cultures with a not too brash and trash flow”Lorri Davey wrote this review Monday, March 25, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
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“I loved this book loved Macy and ghost together they were great for each other.”Aylah wrote this review Wednesday, December 19, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
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“After finishing this book, I just have two questions to ask:
1. Where are the real Seth Warrens located?
2. How do I get one?
Seth Warren was tattooed smart-ass perfection, and I could've read twenty more chapters describing the looks he gave Macy alone! Oh, Cherrie Lynn, please write faster!!”
“Carbon copy of "Rock Me" - i.e. Seth doesn't think that he is good enough for Macy and she must come to terms with the lifestyle differences between. The secondary characters are virtually identical as well - ex girlfriend in the hero's life, aggressive male in the heroine's life and possibly disapproving parents.
Macy and Seth have too much baggage and their self-deprecating attitudes are seriously annoying. They seriously need to get over themselves long enough to appreciate what they have.
The sex is abundant but mechanical and lacking true intimacy - the characters just seem to be going through the motions without the emotional connection.
This series has gone downhill from book #1.”
“Well, Leave Me Breathless had its good points and not so good ones.
First I really liked the idea of a bald ( shaved head), tattooed, pierced bad boy hero. Seth aka Ghost fit the bad boy image perfectly except for his devotion to his ailing grandmother and the fact that he acknowledges a broken heart in the past. This signaled a soft mushy center with just a rough, gruff exterior. Still, he came across real and very sympathetic.
Macy was the epitome of the "good girl" heroine. She is not into tattoos, piercings, or heavy metal. But she is attracted to Seth and decides to take a walk on the wild side. She is dealing with loneliness, not fitting in, searching for something to light up her world as barrel racing used to before her accident. But she doesn't wallow in self-pity. Macy also felt realistic and was likable and sympathetic.
I guess what I didn't like so much was the crazy ex-girlfriend stalker character of Raina. Even when Macy lays the law down and threatens to go "country" on her, I didn't get the feeling that Raina would ever be gone for good.
Also, I really like a definite happy ending. Instead, it is kind of open to go either way in the future. While I understand both Seth's baggage and Macy's reservations, I wish there had been more emphasis on their emotional connection than on their physical one. Overall, this was a pretty good book with an unusual hero.”