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    sexy, sweet, and exciting

    I’ll admit that this book had a big strike against it from the beginning – I am NOT a fan of manwhores, redeemable or not. But Keating definitely shows her skill because Josh is pretty darn appealing regardless of his … racy history. He’s decided that it is a good coping mechanism for his tragic past. It makes sense but in the hands of a less skilled writer he might have still been off-putting for me. Instead I understood how his awful parents and a devastating loss created the man he is today. But he also has a loving grandmother and awesome friends who provide him the support he needs, especially when he reaches the point that he starts looking at things differently. Carina is coming out of a disastrous relationship, only to discover that her ex is also her new boss. And the man is truly horrible – threatening and obsessed. When she asks a guy she just met to pretend to be her boyfriend, it kicks off a series of events that she could never have expected. Even as she recognizes that Josh is not for her, and vice versa, the attraction between them proves hard to resist. I would have expected the back and forth between the two to get old after a while – Carina is not a one night stand kind of girl and Josh isn’t into relationships – but it works here. Their conflicting emotions are very real and their struggle feels true. And while Carina’s ex is an awful, awful person, he wasn’t too mustache-twirly as a villain. Instead he’s a good catalyst for some of the interactions between Carina and Josh, and definitely amps up the ending. Wanting More is an emotional roller-coaster, with wonderfully addictive characters and a storyline that will keep you reading late into the night. (Note: This is my first time with this series and I think that Keating does a really good job of explaining how everyone relates to each other. There are some references to what happened in the first two stories that would make more sense to returning readers but they don’t really impact the enjoyment of this story … I’m just curious enough to add her other stories to my TBR pile :) ) *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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