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About the book: This Man book. Author: Jodi Ellen Malpas. Publisher: Orion. Publish date: 10 Oct. ISBN ISBN Read {PDF Epub} Read Online / Download With This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas from the story Tights by Hamilton-Carlson with reads. pdf, ebook, epub. With This Man (This Man #4) by Jodi Ellen Malpas THE LORD IS BACK! You may scream. There is no shame. Jodi had a very witty idea and had created an.

View all comments. I live and breathe for them, and that will never change. Waiters are serving food and drinks, and the distinct voices of The Rat Pack are purring in the background. With This Man I was going to keep this review short and simple To Mum and Dad for being proud of me, even though they will never read it. This book tore at my heart strings but it also gave me deliciously giddy feelings as I got to sit back and watch Jesse and Ava fall all over again, revisiting the past in a way that makes me want to go back to the beginning and reread the entire series again and again. This Ellen Jodi Malpas.

And the twist that comes to the Ward family - Perfect!!!! If you love Jesse and Ava, this story is a must read. This series is one of my all time favorites and to get a Book 4 from the author was fanfreakingstatic!!!!! Jun 01, Diana rated it it was amazing Shelves: With This Man is book 4 in the This Man series, and is a must read if you have read the previous books.

It has been 12 years since Jesse and Ava were married, and life has sure changed for Jesse. He is a father of twins and his love for Ava is as strong as ever. When Ava wakes up after an accident, she thinks she is 28 and has no recollection of Jesse or their children. He is determined to help her remember, because without Ava, he is nothing. Highs and lows, good and bad. She does struggle with his over protectiveness, but she realizes it is just how he is.

After if finished the sweet epilogue. I really want to go back and read this series all over again! I feel lost. Lost and bewildered. Controls me. She keeps my blood chasing through my veins, my heart beating, my soul pure. A husband. My family is both my biggest weakness and my greatest strength. I live and breathe for them, and that will never change. Until the day I die, it will always be about them.

And I smell nothing but love in Paradise. View all 12 comments. The Lord is Back!!!. There's a reason he's still the number 1 alpha Hero of all time!

He's passionate, he's drool worthy, he tramples resistance, but his heart is a bottomless pool full of immense love for Ava. Only her. No other woman dead or alive will turn his head or his heart. And his little peanuts- Maddie and Jacob. I suddenly feel like the God she thinks I am. The God I know I am " No truer words have been spoken or written! Of course he's arrogant and full of co The Lord is Back!!!.

And even at 50, he's all muscle and raw sexuality, I still drool at the sight of his naked torso did I say that out loud!? I meant Ava Anywho, he's like in the prime of his life. My wife. My children. Their love. Total gratification. Absolute, complete, Earth-shifting, universe-shaking love.

And then life flips over and crashes badly. All is broken and all is forgotten I cried so badly for him. He climbed the Everest to get Ava to fall in love with him the first time, does he have time to do it again? What's the guarantee that his ferocious love will be enough again to dissipate the fog around them!! But he's not persistent, if nothing else.

My Lord Of The Manor! Woe is me! Even if he has to fight the Almighty God himself!!! And the fight is hard, and exhausting , and debilitating, and excruciating. It's like learning to walk again, feel again, learn again, operating washer again. Jesse is at breaking point multiple times but he has a goal to work towards -getting his life back.

His life with his Love and family. As Big John says " Get a fucking grip, you stupid Motherfucker "! The usual Lord's humour is intact Thank God I can be reasonable. I flex every day of my damn life. And Red flag. Bull on the loose. That's all I'm saying I jumped when i heard that Lord is getting his book again. And I couldn't wait to meet him and ogle him.

Jodi has been very generous with Jesse in this book. There's a whole lot of him to love, admire and support. Mostly in his POV,The book is enjoyable journey of Jesse who learns to breathe deep, give a little space and hang in there.

Being a rock solid for his family to hang on to while the rough storm rocks their Family Boat. The end slayed me. At one point I was like , thank god for divine intervention and the other I was oh god why didn't you interfere sooner.. Blog - https: View all 4 comments.

Is he egomaniac? Is he possessive? Yes but only with Ava and the twins! Is he unreasonable? When it comes to his loved ones yes! Would I run away from him in real life? Only Ava was made for Jesse truly. Did I love the book? Yes but honestly less than what I expected due to the hype. Jodi is true to this series and has done Jesse justice. But I think I outgrew the series. Would have I read the book years ago it would probably have been six stars.

Jesse is hitting fifty and is plagued by insecurity. I loved this part of the story as it feels real and true. He loves and craves her like day one. If she loved him so much how could she forget him? How could she have no memories of the twins? What would happen if she never gets her memory back?

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Jesse was lost. Ava was lost. The twins were lost. Everyone was hurting. Now Kate kicked Jesse in the behind and told him he was not a quitter. That Ava married him because he was determined and never stopped trying. Jesse is now on a mission: It was emotional, hot, sweet and angsty. I loved reading about these two but I was always wondering: To make love with passion and abandon several times a day every day? Now the beauty of fiction is that..

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If you are a fan this is undoubtedly a must read! Have you read it? Are you one of Jesse's fans? Thanks for reading! Beware Of The Reader Facebook: Beware Of The Reader Facebook group: Beware Book Boyfriends Alert Instagram: View all 13 comments.

With This Man I was going to keep this review short and simple But how can my words ever possibly do this book justice? First things first. Most importantly, this book is NOT a re-telling; it's a complete continuation.

It's also a standalone Set 13 years after the end of This Man Confessed or 7 years after the epilogue Jesse is nearing 50 years old With This Man I was going to keep this review short and simple Set 13 years after the end of This Man Confessed or 7 years after the epilogue Jesse is nearing 50 years old and is not happy about it at all. The snippets of inner monologue and dialogue when he is musing about his age were continuous moments that made me smile and were an amusing constant throughout the book.

We see and catch up with all the old gang Jesse was I loved the intrigue of the original trilogy wondering what Jesse was thinking and feeling There are some small snippets from Ava, at critical times so we know what she is feeling but this is mainly a Jesse pie! As you can imagine from the synopsis Heartbreak, hope, frustration, devastation, angst, anticipation, love, passion, mystery, laughs Ava wakes up after a car accident having lost the last 16 years of her memory.

She thinks she is still a 23 year old woman, having not met Jesse or had the twins. Oh my days. Can Jesse make Ava fall in love with him all over again?

Can Jesse help her remember their epic and sometimes painful love affair? Are some things best left in the past? Little omissions or slight tweaks to stories won't hurt will they!? Regardless of whether Ava's memory returns can she love Jesse again even though he's 50! I think when you've read and loved all of an authors work it's fair to say you enjoy their writing style.

Reading this book, I didn't feel like I was reading words on a page I felt I was there; I felt I was those characters. JEM's writing is fluent, effortless to read, intelligent and strong.

She has really mastered her craft. Every word was a joy to read. This book made me feel so nostalgic, it brought me back full circle to where we began; with Jesse Ward, my first JEM book. And what a perfect way to end.

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Well this is simply the best JEM book ever. OMG what? View all 3 comments. Losing their magnificent love story. This is Jesse after all, no one waits for Jesse, right? Everything is fine. Instinct tells me how to love him. My mind tells me how to handle him. He is the biggest part of who I am. There is no question, this is Jodi Ellen Malpas at her best.

This series is her best, this couple is her best. This series is synonymous with this Author. It was perfection. Truly wonderful. We can finally say we have read the ultimate ending to one of our favourite series and it made us laugh, cry and swoon with our hearts in a puddle on the floor. From the first page to the last we were riveted, feeling as if we were back with old friends.

All our hesitancy and uncertainty vanished within the first sentences. Remember me. There was no repetition nor rehashing of storyline, rather- it felt completely new and exciting. A new chapter if you will. With This Man was brilliantly written and it was so easy to slip back into the lives of Jesse and Ava. Jodi Ellen Malpas is without question completely at ease with her characters, this story coming naturally thus it was a joy to read.

It felt effortless. You let me take the lead and you followed willingly. You learned how to deal with me, Ava, and you are the only person in this world who can. Their banter was hilarious, their passion intense and their love for one another immense.

Nothing will stand in their way and we were reminded of everything that makes their love so incredibly special. Big, strong, passionate, devoted. You love with everything you have. But mostly, it was about a love that proves it can conquer anything and everything placed in its way.

View all 6 comments. I loved reading this, it brought back so many feelings from reading the other books in this series. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. I liked This Man but this book is one for the diehard Jesse Ward fanatics. It begins when they have been married 12 years and their twins are They own a business and Ava works there but they still find time to have sex at work, then later at home then again..

How realistic! Lots of 'watch your mouth' blah, blah, blah. They have all the same sayings and ways from years ago. Is that realistic?

Not to me. Ava has her accident and has bleeding on the brain and a severed artery in her leg and is unconscious for 2 days. She wakes and can't remember anything of the last 16 years and thinks she's A few Again, unrealsitic for such injuries. One minute she's walking fine, then maybe limping a bit, next minute falling to her knees in dispair. No sure she would manage that having had a severed artery!

I hate books that have far fetched scenarios as they start to irritate me with how unrealistic they are. So the story is Jesse trying to get Ava to remember their life together. He sends the kids off on holiday with Ava's parents and then he shows Ava photos and places from their past. He even starts up again with the lying about his age thing.

Now I found that quite amusing in This Man but this time around I was rolling my eyes. A lot of their past scenarios happen again. Her defying him, him getting annoyed about it blah blah. I suppose he is a bit tamer this time around. The sex scenes are quite tame. A lot of their type of 'fucks' were mentioned but they don't re-enact many of them. At times I felt JEM couldn't get the male voice right. A lot of times, Jesse's voice felt too feminine. We get occasional parts from Ava's POV but essentially, this is Jesse's book but it didn't work for me.

By halfway through, I started to get bored. Of course two women from Jesse's past appear again and one has consequences for another character.

At the beginning before Ava's accident, Jesse reminds her to take her contraceptive pill. I knew from that moment she would get pregnant again! There are a few funny scenes in the book. When they go for the baby scan, Jesse being over protective of his daughter but I still found myself bored. This is quite a long book but it would have worked better as a novella. In this book Jesse is 50 and Ava 38 but they read too immature to me.

All the same scenarios didn't help. As I say, I'm sure the diehard fans will love it though! I was nervous that it wouldn't feel like a cohesive part of the journey between Jesse and Ava Ward, nervous that time might have changed my affection for this couple, nervous that With This Man might feel like an unnecessary addition to a perfectly complete series. Boy, was I wrong. Yes, there should definitely be nerves as you enter this book, but not the kind I anticipated.

I should've been nervous about all I'd be made to feel on these pages. I should've been nervous for what Jesse and Ava would face. I should've been nervous about the heartache and the joy that would overcome me. But I never for a second should've worried about what a fantastic story Jodi Ellen Malpas had in store.

This was one of those books that called to me every time I was forced to set it down. It crept into my dreams and it demanded I pick it right back up when I woke.

I was overwhelmed by how much I loved it, by how hard I'd fall for Jesse Ward all over again. It was everything. JEM takes us into the current state of the blissfully romantic marriage of Jesse and Ava, showing us exactly where this unforgettable couple is twelve years after we last saw them.

She reminds her reader precisely why Jesse and Ava intoxicated us with their gritty love story and why they remain a top favorite couple, but then she turns their world upside down and with it, she upturns the world of her readers, delivering a heartbreaking, wholly unforgettable story that I never wanted to end. Jesse Ward is still the same controlling, protective, trampling sex God he was at But now, at 50, he's a doting father of preteens and a devoted husband whose world still revolves around his wife.

The lace, the countdowns, the bathtub talks and the retribution sex pepper this story, taking the reader right back to where it all began, reminding us of why we love this couple so damn much. But with the tragedy that occurs at the beginning of this book, a horrifying accident that steals Ava's memories and forces Jesse to start from scratch in winning her affections, a new, refreshing, unpredictable story is born. The forceful, mouthy Jesse has to change tactics.

He has to bite back his demands and romance his wife in ways that aren't always natural for him. And it's beautiful to watch, gut wrenching to experience, and deliciously satisfying in the end. But true to form, secrets are kept, truths are withheld, complications arise and a messy story ensues. This book tore at my heart strings but it also gave me deliciously giddy feelings as I got to sit back and watch Jesse and Ava fall all over again, revisiting the past in a way that makes me want to go back to the beginning and reread the entire series again and again.

This book was so much better than anything I ever expected, so emotionally gripping, so completely addictive. I laughed. I hurt. I was infuriated. I was overwhelmed. I have to confess I never quite took to Ava for some reason her personality always annoyed me. In this one she was a little better I especially liked her in her mum role. Jesse was great though and his kids especially Jacob were adorable and I just wanted to squeeze his cheeks! Enjoyed this. View 2 comments. Nov 21, Coco.

Listening Length: And I enjoyed every second of it. The narrators did a great job, so if you're going to give this one a try, the audiobook is worth a try. D My initial review: Goodn Listening Length: The blurb tells you everything you need to know about what's happening, there are a lot of heartbreaking moments and I have never met a bossy man like Jesse who cries so much tears and snot all over the place.

There are plenty of laughs to be had with the gang and the kids are so cute Jacob and Maddie are definitely mini Jesse and Ava. I had a feeling about something and I was correct so that was not a big surprise but OMG I was shocked with something massive that happens. I enjoyed that this was mostly told from Jesse's POV. View all 8 comments. Rewriting an already written romance novel from a different kind of perspective is one thing. But leave it to Jodi Ellen Malpas to do something totally different with that concept.

Not like in other novels when simply the other lead retells the already existing story from his PoV. No … something that simple would ne Rewriting an already written romance novel from a different kind of perspective is one thing. No … something that simple would never do Justice to our beloved Lord. While telling a complete new story Ms. Malpas also brought their old story back to life — moment for moment — one beloved quote of mine followed the other — Lovers of the series will devour this book — there is no question at all about that.

Only Jesse Ward is able to retell their love story in such a significant way that it leaves the Readers breathless. There really is no character anywhere like this Man … he is really the most ignorant inappropriate domineering alpha male that I ever met in the reading world so far. And we love him. And knowing he will soon be brought to the big Screen scares me a little because it will surely take a very special actor to fill this shoes. What makes Jesse special in this book is how he analyzes his situation — their situation and her situation all in one.

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While trying to go through wall after wall he always stays true to himself. The difference between him and other Male Leads is he is always aware that he is a Jerk or unreasonable but that never stops him.

He is unreasonable, arrogant, overbearing and irrational but always within his set pattern that Ava knows how to handle and manipulate.

They are like magnets drawn to each other. And when Jesse says he is nothing without Ava you do not question it you believe it, even if it sounds over the top … it is not — not in their world.

Trust me when I say that I marked quotes on my kindle that will be stuff for legends. Since Jesse and Ava are one of my all time favorite couples, I'm not sure I want to risk reading this. Lucky for Ava, she has three books about her life to jog her memory, bwahhh!! Readers Also Enjoyed.

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About Jodi Ellen Malpas. Jodi Ellen Malpas. She was shocked herself. She took a chance on a story with a hero who soon became one of modern day fictions most prolific alpha male characters.

With so much love and enthusiasm from her readers, and a thirst for more of her words, Jodi suddenly wasn't afraid of her imagination anymore. She went on to write The One Night Trilogy with the delectable and mysterious Miller Hart, and stole the hearts of her readers once again.

Her work is published in over 20 languages across the world. Jodi was born and raised in the Midlands town of Northampton, England, where she lives with her two boys and a beagle.

She looks up at me with a tired expression. Have you seen my car keys? I dart across the landing in a complete fluster and find my car keys under a pile of weekly glossies. I make my way downstairs, finding Kate in her workshop spooning cake mixture into various tins. I ruffle my long, dark hair for a few seconds, flicking it from one side to another but give up, piling it up with a few grips instead.

My dark brown eyes look tired and lack their usual sparkle. A result, no doubt, of burning the candle at both ends. I only moved in with Kate a month ago after splitting with Matt. My liver is screaming for a rest.

Luv ya! I burst into the office and glance at the clock. Eight forty. Unpacking my laptop, I notice a package has been left for me. You Like? Country pads are supposed to be his realm.

With luxury apartments flying up all over London, Patrick and Tom, with their speciality of traditional design, were missing out. When it took off and the work load got too much for me, he employed Victoria. Patrick ignores it, but I wince. He has to lose some weight or stop sitting on my desk.

So, they asked for me? Why ever would they do that? My portfolio holds nothing that will reflect traditional design — nothing at all. Patrick or Tom should be going. I blush. The design specification is as the name suggests: Italian luxury. I sourced all materials, furniture and art from Italy and enjoyed a week there organising the shipping schedule. I walk through the office to see Sally fighting with the photocopier. I walk out into the May sunshine and head for my car.

A little drive in the countryside is a lovely way to finish my working week. Bloody hell! I take my sunglasses off, looking past the gates and down the gravel road that seems to go for miles.

I stand for a few moments, wondering what to do. I drove straight past it. I run over, pressing the button to announce myself. I look around and spot a camera installed on the gate, then the shift of metal breaks the countryside peace around me.

The gates start opening. Posh country folk and their posh country mansions are not in my area of expertise. Once the gates are fully opened, I drive through and continue on the tree lined, gravel driveway that seems to go on forever.

With mature Elm trees lying on either side of the lane at regular and even intervals, you would think they had been strategically placed to conceal what lies beyond. After a mile or so of sheltered driving, I pull into a perfectly round courtyard. I take my sunglasses off and gape at the huge house that looms centrally and demands attention.

My enthusiasm for this appointment is dampening further by the minute. The black doors — adorned with highly polished gold furniture — are flanked by four giant bay windows, with pillars in carved stone guarding them.

Giant limestone blocks make up the structure of the mansion, with lush bay trees lining the face. The fountain in the centre of the courtyard, spraying out jets of illuminated water, tops the sight off. I stop, cut the engine and fumble with the door release to get out of my car. Standing and holding on to the top of my car door, I look up at the magnificent building and immediately think that this has to be a mistake.

The place is in amazing condition. The lawns are greener than green, the house looks like it receives daily scrub downs and even the gravel looks like it receives a daily hoover.

I look up at the dozens of sash bay windows, seeing plush curtains hanging at them all. And that miserable sod on the other end of the intercom was obviously expecting me. He saunters out to the top of the steps. I physically flinch at the sight of him, stepping back slightly. If I could build a mental image of who I would have expected to walk out of them doors, he, most definitely, would not be it.

I wilt under his massive presence, putting my hand up in a nervous wave gesture. I deliberate on cutting and running, but the daring and dangerous side of me is curious of what lays beyond those doors. I carry on anyway.