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  • Ain’t Doin’ It

    Really loved this. So much drama going on. The older male younger female relationship ways great. It was like waiting for the other boot to drop. Good reading.

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  • Ain´t Doin It - A great read

    Ain´t Doin´ It by Lani Lynn Vale is the fourth book in her Simple Man Series. Every book in the series can be read as a standalone and in every order. The previous books are Kinda Don´t Care, Maybe Don´t Wanna and Get You Some. Ain´t Doin´It is Coke and Cora´s story. Coke Solomon is a retired Army Drill Sergeant. He´s in his thirties, divorced with a nearly grown up daughter and the owner of a salvage yard. He gets his way every time, ´til Cora walks into his life. Cora Maldonado is a 24 year old woman. She´s new in Hostel, Texas. She works as graphic artist, is a bit social akward - ok - a lot social akward, and she knows exactly what she wants. And what she wants is to live her lifeb to the fullest and that includes Coke. I started reading and was immediatedly sucked into the story. I confess, Cora is my absolute favorite character in all of Lani Lynn Vale´s books. She´s my sister in spirit and I adore her character. I give 5 stars and can´t wait to read the next story, Too Bad, So Sad.

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  • I Loved this Quirky and Sexy Romance!

    I loved this quirky and sexy romance between Cora and her neighbour Coke. Cora falls for Coke straight away, but Coke fights his attraction because of the age difference. This is told from dual points of view which I always enjoy better. This has Coke’s crazy Ex-wife causes more than a little bit of trouble for the pair This is pure entertainment from start to finish, I read this in one go it was so crazy. This is part of the simple man series, but can be read as a standalone. I can’t wait for the next in series, and I can always go back and read the earlier books in the series to keep me entertained while I wait. For fans of the Series this is a must read.  

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  • Great read

    This was a good read. I liked that the female took matters into her own hands and didnt didnt wait to be saved, handled it herself.

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  • A read that sticks with you even after you finish!

    Book 4 in the Simple Man Series is about Coke, a former drill instructor, and Cora, the daughter of Game and Ember from Highway Don't Care. It begins with Cora's move to a new town, Hostel, TX, where we know that girls from the previous books in the series already live. Coke has had a rough life. He was brought up poor, but with good parents, a loving home. As a teenager, he got his girlfriend pregnant, married her, then found out she was straight up crazy. For years, she made his life miserable. When his daughter went off to college, he finally divorced her. Unfortunately, she didn't accept that, and still tried her best to make his life miserable. Cora, on the other hand, had a happy childhood, for the most part, even if it was a bit unconventional. Even though she had issues that she had to deal with, she had a very supportive, loving family. Now, even though she has moved away from home, she has her dream job, and a home she loves. She has managed to figure out how to deal with her issues, for the most part, and is happy. When Cora and Coke meet, there is an immediate attraction. I like the fact that even though things did move pretty quick, they established a friendship first. I love how accepting Coke is of Cora's differences, and how supportive Cora is of the crazy that is Coke's life. I love the glimpses we get of characters from previous books, and the hints that we get of things to come. The laughs, the action, adventure, family and love that is so prevalent in previous books is still in this one, and when you add in the crazy that follows Coke around, it makes for a story that sticks with you, even after you are done!

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