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  • Bad Night Stand

    By Crazy not lazy
    I loved the book but was a little disappointed that didn’t go in-depth with her pregnancy. It left u hanging about her father and the plan to blackmail him. Otherwise very good
  • Lovely story. Couldn’t stop

    By keeling momma
    I wish it had a continuation. I loved it
  • ok… I didn’t finish it.

    By ClaudiaS1234
    I wish I were the type of person to finish every book I started, but unfortunatley life is to short to waste precious hours and minutes on an “ok” book. I read half of it and some of the chapters were just empty dialogue, like they talk about deoderant, finish eaitng chinese food, and they move on to chorcheting, Initially, I thought it would be good. Jordan seemed like the perfect guy even though he bailed on her on thir first night together, which resulted in her getting pregnant. Then, there was a small twista nd Jordan seemed like an ass. Then, it changed and Jordan apolgoized and tried. I feel like Abigail let him off the hook too easily, but I kind of like when the main characters have to chase a bit. After a wile it just got boring. they are together and happy and I feel like what’s the point of reading on. The characters are already together.
  • Should have been better.

    By crtl-freak007
    The POV constantly changes which takes focus away from the story. There should only be one point of view not toggling between chapters. There wasn’t really much development, or it was very poor. Too many things were mentioned and not properly explored. Her relationship with her father, why he used her to steal secrets, how her father used her to steal the info, how/what were the results of the trap they set. I mean these things were vital, more important than the point about the cell phone(which is so dumb and doesn’t make sense why he would even do that if he has a sick nephew), the part about the deodorant. Pointless chapters of nothing should have been filled with real dialogue and discovery. They had and still have a surface level relationship we didn’t see them grow or get to know each other. They shared one little sob childhood story and were back into relationship bliss. 🙄. Then as you get to the end of the book, the authors starts jumping and speeding up 1 week, 3 weeks, 4 months later(because she wasted time). For 600+ pages this should have been a COMPLETE book instead we got this brain storing session. Poor execution of drama, resolve and plot. So I guess my 2 stars are generous. I’d skip the book for the fact I still have questions and feel like my time was wasted. I’ll pass on the other 9 books also.
  • Bad Night Stand

    By Fatkid4130
    Decent story, ending with a HEA. I’ll read more from this author. Forewarning this story includes a child with a heart condition which can be a PTSD trigger for mothers of kids with CHD.
  • Bad Nights Stand

    By Sintea
    Bad Nights Stand was a Great Nights Read. The first time I have read this author’s work; it will definitely not be the last.
  • Disjointed POV

    By Gail3001
    Some chapters use first person POV (only Abby’s) white others use third person. It was a decent story, but the constant switching was disconcerting. Either commit the entire book to 3rd person or have everything be first person from Abby or Jordan’s POV.
  • Bad...

    By mia's allie
    ...is so,so good! Read. This. Book!
  • Would recommend

    By Ashberry01
    It was a really great book! I’m so happy I read it will definitely be reading the second book
  • Anytime

    By Bocarb
    If a book opens with a punny joke that, not only catches me off guard, but makes me laugh out loud, I can’t turn it away! This story opened hilariously, went through a great building of characters, and ended in a very sweet way. What more could I ask for?

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