Monday, August 15, 2016

Nikki Worrell - Perfect Ten review

I received a copy of this book for an honest review.  This was the first book I've read from Nikki Worrell and I will be honest, I had a hard time getting to the end.  First off, this story seemed to drag on for me.  It could have been over sooner than it was, but also felt long because I had a hard time staying on track with this one. I found I couldn't connect to the characters.  I liked both Joe and Faith in the beginning, but then somewhere along they way, I lost them.  The plot wasn't bad, it was the execution that kept me from loving this story.  In the beginning, the reader could see how Faith's self esteem had taken a hit and how she struggled to believe that Joe was actually interested in her.  Then it became too much (all the time) and unbelievable. The characters would be talking and all of a sudden change direction/thought out of the blue. Like, ok, I'm done with this; NEXT!   It was a little odd.  And the story would change abruptly as well and it just kept me from connecting. I really wanted to like it, too.  It wasn't a bad book, but it was just one that didn't click with me. However, I do encourage you to read it if it sounds interesting to you.  I hope you won't feel the same as I did while reading it! 

Man candy isn’t on her menu. But maybe one taste won’t hurt…

Joe Starling has been stinking rich, and he’s been poor. But from the moment he figured out what makes women scream, he’s been raking in the cash. Not as a prostitute. Not technically…

Sex isn’t officially part of the Perfect Ten escort service’s package. Yet Joe is almost embarrassed to admit his “package” has gotten quite a workout in the past seven years. Truth be told, the ladies want him, and he can’t say no.

Faith Graham’s first reaction to Joe Starling? No. Make that hell no. She needs an average Joe on her arm for her model-thin sister’s wedding. Who will believe a dazzling hunk like him would date the Graham sister who has a few too many curves?

For the first time, Joe experiences what it’s like for a woman to look at him with loathing rather than lust. And he doesn’t like the feeling. Because there is nothing in this world he wants more than to turn her emphatic no into a heartfelt yes. In fact, a lifetime lifetime of yes would work just fine for him…

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