Oct 15, lily waheed rated it it was amazing. Sweet reading. Oct 14, B. Love rated it liked it. This was an ok read but the writing didn't flow well, and a lot was left out and unfinished. This book is written in Drake's point of view and I completely believed his point of view so much so that I thought a male wrote the book for a little while. Drake was married and his wife cheated on him, now Drake is jaded and doesn't want a relationship but the more time he spends with Cherry yes thats the heroine's name the more he finds himself wanting more than sex.
So he moves Cherry into his hom This was an ok read but the writing didn't flow well, and a lot was left out and unfinished.
So he moves Cherry into his home. But Drake will soon realize that moving Cherry into his home won't make everything perfect and they will have to move forward together while ignoring and moving past the town gossip. This was an ok read, I just felt like it was missing a lot and though it was a short book I still felt like a lot of important events and information was left out. Jan 15, Cheesecake rated it liked it Shelves: story-fairytale-like , sexy-grumpy-guys , marriage-by-end , writing-male-pov-only-mostly , story-fun-easy-stress-free-read , romance-she-makes-him-smile , pregnancy-at-end , hero-stubborn-bachelor , hero-grovels-just-fine , love-may-dec-romance.
Cherry and Drake. The usual erotic OTT modern fairytale by this author. Super Alpha Hero who is disillusioned in love from an ex-wife who is beyond gross. The heroine who is sweet, poor, beautiful, much younger and unassuming.
Nothing really happens except Drake slowly comes to realize that Cherry means more to him than proof that he is still a desirable man. It's super sweet in a raunchy kind of way. Just the way Jordan Silver fans like it! Oct 09, Tokies rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Nov 19, Merry Jelks-Emmanuel rated it it was amazing. Drake has given up hope of having a happily ever after when he finds his wife with of all people he cousin!
He throws himself into his work not expecting to find another love in his life but all of that changes when he meets Cherry. She is soft spoken and never expects much and takes what ever is thrown her way. When she and Drake get involved he has to educate her in all things. Could this be the start of a new beginning for Drake and Cherry?
May 10, Channelling Colee rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really good The concept of this book though short was really good. It actually made me want more of the story. I hope to continue to read more from this Author. Feb 19, Jessica Gomez rated it it was ok. It was something for me to read. Aug 22, Tracy Postiglione rated it it was amazing. Loved it I loved this series all the characters and their story line.
Sweet Redemption (Pregnancy Affair, book 3) by Jordan Silver
Was so Hot. Cannot get enough of Jordan Silver books. Jul 18, Kinnis rated it really liked it Shelves: virgin-maiden , re-read-potentially. Rating: 3. I was able to finish it in one read and I love that. I despise having to wait for the ending of a novel to find out how the main characters turn out; so I love books that I can finish in one read. The negative part of the book was the main female character.
She had no character! She just does what the male tells her to do. I know she was suppose to be the submissive to his alpha but it was basically he tells Rating: 3. I know she was suppose to be the submissive to his alpha but it was basically he tells her no, she doesn't do it. Her only redeeming point was view spoiler [she doesn't want to be financially depended on him. This was my first Jordan Silver book. And I was totally speechless for the first five minutes since I started reading this. Drake Kincaid was sex-on-a-stick, Uber-Alpha male and ultra possessive when it comes to Cherry.
He also has a potty mouth. He's always swearing in a sexy way. The entire book was told in Drake's POV. There was a few typos but it was still an okay read. Short but very enjoyable.
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