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    Not for me

    When reviewing a book I always try to keep in mind two things. First an author has put their time and heart into it so bashing is unnecessary. Secondly, just because I don't like something doesn't mean everyone will feel the same so try to point out the positives. Unfortunately with this book I'm having a hard time adhering to point two, that's how much I disliked it. Reading through the reviews though it appears others feel differently but for me I have to say there is nothing about this story that I liked. These characters annoyed me. Their behavior repulsed me. The overall story left me scratching my head and asking why. All I can say about this one is NO. Just NO!
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    The Break Up

    Do two wrongs make it right ? Bella finds out her fiance has been cheating on her and leaves him at the alter. She then hooks up with the local bartender, Christian. He helps her with her self discovery in the bedroom. This story is told in a dual point of view. I had a hard time connecting the characters, Bella is very uptight and whiny. Christian thinks he is god's gift in the bedroom. He already has one child out of wedlock. In the end he finally stands up to the plate, but I had my doubts. There is very explicit sex scenes. This is the second book in the series. I did not read the first book but now I wish I had to follow the story better.
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    Fun read with sizzle and drama

    The Breakup by Erin McCarthy is the second book in the Jordan Brothers series this is Bella and Christian’s story. Although I didn't read the first book in this series I was able to jump right into this book. I did enjoy this book so I am planing planning to go back and read the first book. So what happens when two completely different people, who are looking for anything but love, meet in the most unexpected and unusual way? Lots and lots of sparks and drama. Bella is the quintessential good girl, who just wants to get married and have babies. She is sweet, the ultimate people pleaser, always putting everyone else first. She grew up in a wealthy family with a domineering father who treated her like a princess. But she definitely has some self esteem issues. She considers her self the dumb sister. She thinks she has found the perfect man, smart, rich, handsome, and her parents totally approve of him. Boy was she wrong, she discovers, one week before the wedding, that he is cheating with more than one woman… In walk Christian Jordan, who is sex on a stick with a bad boy attitude to match, who gets just about any girl he goes after. He did not grow up with the proverbial silver spoon, in fact he grew up dirt poor with a father who is in prison. Christian is only interested in women that are totally unavailable and only looking for a good time. He has a no commitment motto. There were definitely some aspects about Christian that I didn’t care for, but you will have to judge for yourself. As the story progressed he did redeem himself with the love and devotion he showed toward his son and that did make me like his character more. I enjoyed the unique way that Bella and Christian’s relationship developed, their chemistry was definitely off the chart HOT! I did appreciate the author's maturation of the two main characters throughout the book. Bella started off as a bit of a doormat, but in the end she grew a backbone and did some of her own stomping. Christian did some growing up as well, seeing Bella as more than just a rich princess. Overall this book was well written with some good surprises, which always makes a book more interesting . I did however feel that the ending was a bit rushed. I would have liked if the author had given us a little more about how Bella and Christian worked out their issues. Overall this was a fun, breezy summer read. ***I kindly received an ARC of this book by way of NetGalley/publisher/author. I was not contacted, asked or required to leave a review in order to read this book. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. This is my honest review.***
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    The Breakup

    When I started this one I was sure I was not going to enjoy it and for most of it I just gritted my teeth and kept reading because it was an ARC and I finish those but after a while it started to get better. Bella was going to get married but the groom is cheating on her and finally on her wedding day she bolted and called Christian who came and picked her up. Runaway Bride and the bartender...These two have been circling each other and establishing a weird kind of friendship and the rescue cemented everything. The Jordan brothers and the Bigelow sisters are opposites and yet they work. Both stories in this series were kinda off but okay. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Hot mess express!

    The Jordan brothers are almost an urban legend in hot mess drama. Emphasis on the HOT. Whether you have read The Hookup or not, The Breakup will keep you entertained and never let you down. This runaway bride is waking up. Being the princess never had a bigger downfall than learning your fiancee isn't who you thought. So Bride Barbie did the only thing she could do- run! I loved the backbone that Bella seems to grow in this second chance, runaway bride adventure. It's not innocent but it sure is fun!
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