Jordan was likable as well, but she was a little too perfect for me. All in all, a very satisfying read with a hotter than sin hero that I would just love to find wrapped in one of my birthday presents this month! Besides she's not his type. On a flight from Los Angeles to New York, Oliver and Emily make a connection, only to decide that they are poorly suited to be together. I love this movie; I would definitely rank it in my top 5 favorite chick-flicks up there with Love Actually, The Notebook, and 500 Days of Summer. And let me tell you, the fact that he can handle a gun is hotter as hell! Character Development: Nick was great and I loved him. Besides she's not his type. Heiress and Businesswoman Jordan Rhodes.
Add in Julie James typical humor and crackling dialogue and this is another winner. From time to time the well-known landscape outside my window seemed to be far more compelling. This was exactly what I needed after my last read which I had similar high expectations which ended up being a huge disappointment and in euphoria over how well this one turned out, I just might end up blowing a couple of kisses through Twitter to Ms. They cannot get enough of…each other of course pst, pst, yes, they go to bed! She is just sassy enough with the sarcastic quips that she exchanges with Nick, exactly what Nick needs to stand up and notice that his life as a bachelor was going through its very last stages with her in his life. I found myself giggling out loud at some points, which no one heard because planes are so noisy.
I ignored this movie when it came out in theaters. I think my character wants this. . Tall, Dark and Smoldering himself walks in requesting her assistance in an undercover mission making her an offer that she would never be able to turn down. In fact, I would definitely agree with Xander and Nick on this and say that Jordan was seriously out of their league! That was his fake girlfriend in there. The unlikely pair meet on an airplane - Oliver a straight-laced college graduate and Emily, a chain-smoking, grunge-rock free spirit. Nick's family 'appears' only via phone, but they make an impression nevertheless.
He was just more interesting to me. Though I don't think the author intend it to be that way. I adored these two characters! The sheer range of images available means that old clichés are being re-pictured, adding diversity, character and personality to age-old depictions. Think kitty sweaters in pink, and crimson and heart-shaped boxes of doggie treats. I enjoyed it while reading it. Dos alternativas diferentes, dos formas de ver la vida incompatibles.
But I finally had to take a chance on James. How people communicated during that period? Can't wait for the next book! Valentine is smiling benignly from one fluffy cloud and white doves are crapping on your car while kissing furiously…sorry, just a daydream. Something must be wrong with her, right? Over the next seven years, however, they are. Work, commuting, chores, finances…there are so many things getting in the way of spending time with loved ones. A cat scratching its ear. It's like the author made the readers truly enjoy the sweetness of being in a relationship.
She was a fantastic heroine that I loved to bits! I felt the characters were believable and endearing, including secondary characters, and I enjoyed seeing Cameron and Jack again. I enjoy their banters but I find them a little gentler and sweeter than the first couple in this series. And write Kyle's book faster, I'm dying here! Beware, it is shocking, even heartrending. List of things I loved: 1- Nick McCall. I look forward to reading his book next! The Kyle-in-prison situation was simply artificial and false. Oh yea, she normally dates clean-cut, loafer-wearing preps.
The bickering between them was spot on and I giggled every time Jordan would get exasperated over him being in so much trouble because of Twitter. Meaning: I didn't hate it. It's every bit as funny as it's supposed to be, and much better overall than you think it's going to be. She has an excelent wine business and her passion for his industry made her well known at the top of the chain. It's quite a feat to be able to write a book without conspicuous clichés and to, yet again, deliver a superb literary creation. The dialogue is fun and witty.
I was really hoping for an appearance from his mom or brothers. So it shouldn't have been difficult to pretend as billionaire heiress, Jordan Rhodes' date in an exclusive party and investigate its host. Most of the romantic tension which drives a lot of the book relied solely on lust and sexual temptation. While reading, I cultivated a strange attraction to Kyle, aka 'Sawyer' and I want to hear more about him. I also love how sexy Nick McCall is, whether he is in his fancy work suit or he takes off his shirt to show off his muscles! With those blazing green eyes and possessive, rough, passionate ways, Nick swoops in, grabs hold, and steals hearts! After reading, I must say that I loved it. You know the book has got to be good. This is such a wonderful, sweet movie.
I didn't realize we had taken things to that level. What I liked: Not much. But when the investigation is compromised, a one-time date which Jordan only agreed in exchange for her brother's release, turned into a pretence relationship. Just don't come in expecting to be blown away or anything. Jordan and Nick definitely landed on the hot chemistry side of the line! You can also download movie, subtitles to your pc to watch movies offline.
Another engaging, smart, witty, sexy, fun book by this talented author! Jordan and Nick were perfect together! And after reading A Lot Like Love, I know why. James has crafted a fabulously funny story with two great characters that are a perfect match for each other. Rhodes isn't a prissy heiress whose biggest worries are ruining her manicure or being seen with the r The woman who sat in front of me on my flight from Detroit to Denver is very lucky I had this book loaded on my Kindle. I can't wait to pick up the next installment to this series, which just came out this month:. Well, contemporaries and I rarely agree. Of course complications will arise and the two of them will have a lot of time to spend together, that will gradually became something bigger and more powerful.