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I didn't feel any chemistry between our two leads, and they continually had the same fights and miscommunications because they had no idea how to talk to each other like adults, which annoyed me a ton. One further criticism was the beginning in which Gia and Jax meet and she thinks he doesn't remember her even though they spent five weeks as a couple.. Somewhere in the midst of the extremely candid banter about their lust for each other there is also an important factor about family and choices to be heard. I hated that playful little indentation as much as I adored it. Our Awards Booktopia's Charities. Give me more Ms. Can the fences be mended?
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Never bring politics into the bedroom. In a way I did both when I took Jackson Rutledge as a lover. I can't say I wasn't warned. Two years later, he was back. Walking into a deal I'd worked hard to close. Under the tutelage of Lei Yeung, one of the sharpest businesswomen in New York, I had picked up a thing or two since Jax walked away.
I w Never mix business with pleasure. I wasn't the girl he once knew, but he hadn't changed. Unlike the last time we'd drifted into each other's lives, I knew exactly what I was dealing with The inner circle of glamour, sex, and privilege was Jax's playground--but this time, I knew the rules of the game.
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Mar 03, Shurrn rated it really liked it Shelves: A wonderfully entertaining story from Sylvia Day! Have you ever wanted something so bad, you couldn't imagine not having it?
The man had turned out to be really bad for me; the job could change my life in an amazing way. This book is fucking awesome. This book is written from the perspective of Gianna, a fierce modern woman det A wonderfully entertaining story from Sylvia Day! This book is written from the perspective of Gianna, a fierce modern woman determined to make her way in this world.
Unfortunately, her professional veneer is cracked when an old flame shows up to a business meeting. Gia and Jax had an affair two years ago which ended in Jax disappearing without a word, and Gia nursing a broken heart. All of the emotions from their past fling are quickly rekindled. As they begin Affair Round Two, Gia is left to wonder if sheet-twisting sex can compensate for a lack of commitment Why did Jax leave the first time?
What brought him back into her life now? What can she do to keep him from disappearing again? I have a total Lady Boner for any book heroine who is strong and secure enough to tell the hot guy she's lusting after to "Fuck Off" when the relationship becomes toxic.
In a perfect world of literary crossovers, Gianna would be hopping from book to book slapping sense into women who lose themselves in their men Women who are so dazzled by their alpha-male that they forget they had goals of their own I'm looking at you Ava from the This Man Trilogy That's not to say that Gianna was apathetic toward her relationship with Jax.
She was willing to work for it - to make compromises, but she wasn't going to sacrifice her personality for grade-A dick. And yes, Jackson Rutledge is top shelf sex. Sheet-twisting, angry-fucking, multiple-orgasm-inducing sex Yes, Jax delivers in the bedroom, but he was obnoxious in every other way He kept secrets, Was emotionally distant, Ran from his relationship problems So when the shit hits the fan and Jaxon is facing an epic meltdown of both his personal and professional lives, he is the one who must make changes.
It is with regret that I must knock this down to 4 Stars, because the ending was rushed, and I think it really could have benefited from an extended epilogue. Perhaps one which shed light on Jaxon's family post-meltdown? Side Note: I kind of feel like an ass for saying that I picked this up to tide me over while I wait for the new Crossfire Book Captivated by You but it is true.
I was having Gideon Cross withdrawals Lucky for everyone, Sylvia Day is awesome. The only similarities between this book and the Crossfire series were the scorching hot sex, strong female MC, and an obvious love for Manhattan Some of My Favorite Moments: There was something about him that hinted he might spank you with a spatula as expertly as he cooked with one.
His mouth curved, revealing that delicious dimple. Oh, how that changed him, concealing how dangerous he was with a touch of boyish charm. I hated that playful little indentation as much as I adored it.
I didn't know you were in love with me, Gia. Sunglasses shielded his eyes from the glaring reflections cast by the towering skyscrapers around him.
He was dressed in black slacks, a white shirt and gray tie. We need to talk. As usual. An enigmatic millionaire with more secrets than dollars? I know the type. Also knowing I wouldn't. I kept shifting from wanting to heal whatever was wounding him to wanting to hurt him myself.
Did you know that? I've had sex. More than once! Angelo hummed loudly. It was crazy. What was the catch? It was just depressing having to ask myself that question. How could I love him more than anything when I was constantly second-guessing him? Had I been in love with a mirage this whole time?
He carried himself like a man who liked to fuck and knew he did it well. That subtle sexual arrogance had always turned me on. You say when and how and where and how long. I have no input. No control. He took a step toward me. I want us to be a team, Jax. And it was working. In every breath I sucked in Fuck you. I had to believe that. With everything on fire around us, we focused only on each other. He went after Vincent.
And almost two weeks later, I found myself still waiting for him to come home. View 1 comment. Marrying for love never works out well. Something beyond asking him to say goodbye when he decided we were over. You make me feel I loved the book but it was so short! I think they deserve their own series and if not a series then at least a proper novel.
Give me more Ms. View 2 comments. Jul 18, Katerina rated it it was ok. There's no denying that Sylvia Day is a consummate, skilled writer who crafts passionate characters. But Jax never deserved Gia after jilting her for two years in order to "protect her".
His reasons were superficial and flimsy. Gia laid herself out on the line only for him to tread all over her efforts, including his lackeys and so called "world" of elites.
He did what he had to do right at the end, but it felt overdrawn and over exaggerated. And this didn't make it okay Two women, Gia. However, she had a reason to move on, and he didn't.
Who didn't allow the girl he loved to try and placate herself with other men. Who didn't justify himself having sex because she had "two guys". Rather he underestimated her conviction, her love, her abilities, shattered her expectations alongside stringing her along. She was a bit of a doormat when it came to him. A lot of her sass was simply "talk". I wanted resentment and fire and to demean, play games, demand some grovel.
Jackson and Gia don't make the cut against Gideon and Eva. And his "Gia, baby" just pissed me right off. Sep 12, Alaina rated it liked it Shelves: I think they were new York accents I don't know..
I blame work, again. The main character kind of reminded me of one of my aunts.. In it, you will meet Gianna and Jackson. They used to date.. Then they actually started to sleep wi I think they were new York accents Then they actually started to sleep with one another.
It was definitely a second chance at love, if you ask me. Now they had some "drama" in this book that I guess could be called interesting in a way but it was predictable and kind of boring to listen to.
I just feel like it was mostly drawn out and I kind of just wanted them to admit that they loved each other, get married, and have lots of babies. Eventually that happened and they also started to grow on me. The ending was cute enough that it left me satisfied but I'm mostly happy that it's over. On to the next book.. Rich, mysterious stud meets sassy but beneath-him girl, sparks fly, sex ensues I liked the characters and I liked the plot but I felt that it was too repetative.
The arguements were the same and with the same outcomes and there was nothing else to concern ourselves with, no minor subplots that I cared about alongside whether Gia and Jax would get it on that night.
I felt like it needed to be longer and more developed, but at the same time if it had been left as is, and not padded out with more depth and detail then I'm glad it wasn't drawn out.