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    Malcolm Saint is the man!

    I have high expectations when it comes to any book by Katy Evans. She's never let me down yet, and her 5 star streak (for me) continues with Manwhore. She takes the cliched oversexualized man and turns him into one any of us would love to have in our own lives. She writes with such panache you can't help but fall in love with the characters and their story. I knew from the first page this book was going to be amazing. When you fall for your female protagonist in the beginning it ensures you'll feel and maintain that bond through out the book. I really liked Rachel. She works hard to support herself and her mother, whom she loves dearly. I love how she cares for her friends and most importantly, I like how she gives of herself to the community. She's had her life changed by violence and even though her actions may not be huge, she still does things to try and bring awareness and change. She's an adult but she's still innocent in a lot of ways. Malcolm Saint on the other hand is an adult and he lost his innocence so long ago, he doesn't think he can be surprised. He's broody and moody, and such an enigma. However Rachel really throws him off balance, from the first time they meet. Since this book is told exclusively from Rachel's point of view, what I know of Malcolm is through Rachel's eyes and his actions. Saint might unapologetic about his past or what he wants, but it was clear to me how much he cared for Rachel. The unrepentant manwhore saw something in Rachel that wanted him to be better and do better, where before ennui had reigned. I loved how he wooed Rachel and how confused she was. I never doubted Malcolm, but I did fear for him and his feelings, especially as he began to open up to Rachel. Betrayal never ends well, even if it doesn't began as a betrayal. I was captivated by this story. The book is sweet and yet hot. The chemistry between Malcolm and Rachel is undeniable. I could almost feel it in the room as I read. I would suggest keeping a change of underwear handy, just in case. I can only recall a handful of times I've had a major reaction (outburst) to the ending of a book. I love my e-reader too much, but I've never before wanted to throw it across the room and throw a temper tantrum. I read blissfully unaware that at the end I'd be frantic for more. Rachel and Malcolm's story doesn't end with the last page of Manwhore. There will be more, but the wait until July will be excruciating. As a fan of Real and all of the books that have followed, I can easily say hardcore fans of Katy's will love this book. I can also say that this book is quite different from her previous novels, yet holds its own, and stands out. I expect to see crops of Malcolm fans as more people read this book, just like Remy has his fans. After all, Malcolm Saint is the man.
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    Not only could I not put this book down, but I made excuses to be doing something where I could pick this book up and read more. I know every inch of my bathroom now. I did this the first time I read this story, and the second time I read it, and the third time. I do not normally read a book more than once. I fell in love with Rachel, I hurt when she hurt, cried when she cried, and knock me over with a feather when I got to the end. Can't wait to read the next installment. Love, loved this book. Kudos Katy!
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    Man who're

    Wow! Can't get enough. Well written, emotionally charged and of course . . . love.
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    I can't believe

    I can't believe how much this author draws me into her stories! I had not even finished the book, and knew I would have to get the next to see what happens. She tells a great story.
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    Enjoyed this book!

    This is a fabulous love story. Loved Malcom and Rachel. Can't wait to read the 2nd one.

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