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    Oddly disappointed

    I had such high hopes for this book but I was oddly disappointed by penny reid. I was coming from a high after reading the brilliantly entertaining first installment of her 'Elements of Chemistry' series only to find myself struggling through this book. After a while, the main female lead began to get annoying with her 'awkwardness' and her flimsy, heavy handed rationalisation of the male leads dodgy morals felt forced and banally simplistic. I couldn't relate to the male lead as he felt very 2 dimensional and stale, He was begging to be unlikeable and left me feeling cold. I wish I could get more invested in the members of the knitting group, they seemed fun but at this point, I just couldn't care.
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    Neanderthal seeking human

    Loved it! Janie's random facts and quinn's mysterious character are a combination for a good read. ...A great page turner could not put it down...!!
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    Neanderthal Seeks Human

    This was a great book. I could not put it down. It has just the right combination of humour with a smattering of quirkiness. An entertaining read for sure.
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    Neardantal seeks human

    I love the story line the language and the humour is to kill for cant wait to read the next one. Lovely
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    Such feels...

    Janie Morris and Quinn Sullivan meet in the building they both work in. She and her friend spy on him and call him "Hottie McHotpants." He is actually the owner of several businesses and has noticed her as well. The next time they see one another is Janie's WORST DAY EVER! She broke up with her boyfriend, he has her fired, and who is the hottie in uniform who escorts her out? The sparks are a flyin' all around them from the top of the building down to the basement. He is gentle with her and makes her take a company car home. Janie ends up moving in with her long-time friend, Elizabeth. Her apartment is just a one bedroom but makes Janie feel safe with sleeping on the couch. She enjoys being with her friend and every night seems like a slumber party. Quinn wants Janie to understand how much he is interested in a forever with her. He shies away from telling her more of his past for fear her "labels" will send her running away in the other direction. Together - they are explosive to the extreme. He cannot seem to stay away form her, stop touching her, listen to her and so much more. For him, this is a definite first. For her, it is hard to trust due to her past as well. Can they overcome the obstacles in their path? Is love greater than all of it? I was moved with every chapter. I found the witty banter to be extremely entertaining. This is a book I would not only recommend - but would give as a gift. It is the first of the Knitting in the City series, by Penny Reid.
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