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    Enjoyable read

    I really enjoyed this one. A touch of humor, a good amount of steam, and some great snarky banter made for a great read. Terri Cooke needs a marketing job. Mick Wentworth needs her help with a big client. Since he has a strict no fraternization policy at work he refuses to hire her for his firm. Yes his lust is overriding his brain. This seems like the best of both worlds. If he can convince Terri of that everything should be fine. Right?? Definitely a book I recommend!
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    4.5stars

    4.5stars Stud is a great love hate story. The story about the person that you really want to hate but it is a problem because there is so strong attraction between you that you can't make it to the bed. I loved the story and the characters in it. Both great develop and likable. Although sweet hot and funny the story has it sensible side and carry’s a message. I loved Terri, her geeky clever funny way of thinking. Mick turns out to be a complete different person that is presented at first and I like the whole picture of him. With Terri, they make a great couple. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Great Read

    'Stud' by Jamie K. Schmidt is the story of Terri Cooke and Mick Wentworth. Terri is having to take care of her brother who is struggling with a illness/disability. To help pay for his medical bills she has taken on working a few jobs one being a barista at a coffee house. There she meets Mick who doesn't say much and is sort of arrogant to her. They do this dance for a few months when she sees him again at a function she is a waitress at. They start talking an agree to have a 'one night fling' but it turns into another night fling. Then she ends up working for him which he feels they shouldn't have a sexual relationship while she is working for him. But how long can that last when they are so attracted to one another? "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Stud

    Lets start with the book title definitely suits the hero. The readers first introduction to the finger snapping Mick Wentworth caused a double take. The sheer initial rudeness of the character was a bit shocking but later Mr. Wentworth's character is devilishly delicious. Wentworth is super cocky and larger than life. The up side his character is easily tamed by his heroine (Terri) whose presence adds balance to the hero. Now, Terri's character is smart and funny with the right amount a bad luck going on in her life. The heroine trials gives her character strength and helps to propel the story forward. The gamer in me likes the fact that the author added an element of on-line gaming in the story. Stud is just a drool worth and steamy read.
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    4 STARS for Stud!!

    4 STARS FOR STUD!! This story has it all funny, hot and great characters. Mick is a cocky guy and Terri is so funny. I enjoyed seeing this story play out. This author keeps us readers entertained with her storytelling. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book from publisher via NetGalley.
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