Saturday, 23 August 2014

#Bookblogwalkers Check-in and Turn it Up review


This challenge is organized by Felicia over at the Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, but this week Jen is hosting

Saturday 30 min walk
Sunday - 1 hour walk
Monday - 1 hour workout class + 10 km bike
Tuesday - 5 km bike and 30 min walk... I think
Wednesday - 30 min walk, 1 hour zumba and 5 km bike
Thursday - 5 km bike and 15 min walk
Friday  6 km bike

Bad me! If I do not mention it on twitter I can't remember! So a bit unsure about the weekend, and Tuesday. No pics either cos it was raining, and raining, so I got a few rainbows, that's all


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On to a review then 


Maxwell Turner considers his stubborn and resourceful attitude a plus. After all, it usually gets him what he wants—except for Natasha Bellingham. The long-time family friend may be ten years older than he, but so what? He’s plenty old enough to know they belong together. Now all he has to do is convince her. Over the past few years Natasha’s love life has degenerated into a series of bad clichés. Her biological clock is ticking—loudly. As a proven architect with her own house-design company, she’s financially ready for a baby. Who says she needs a permanent man in her life for that? She just needs a “donation”. When Max discovers Natasha’s future plans include artificial insemination, he’s outraged. She wants to get pregnant? No problem. He’s more than willing to volunteer—no turkey basters involved. But there’s one non-negotiable clause: He wants forever. And he intends to do everything in his power—fair and unfair—to make it happen. 

My thoughts:
A short 200 pages book with lots of hot loving in it. Between the hot loving we have the story of Tasha who wants to have a child, and Max who has been in love with her forever. But she is 34, he is 24 and his cousin is her BFF.

Max sure knew what he wanted. HER. Only her, so when he learned what she needed he was sure to offer hos services, in hope she would fall in love too. I do love when it's the guy who is in love first and does all the chasing. I also liked that while the pregnancy moved forward she started to fall too. it took time, they build this relationship, and they both knew what they signed up for.

So if you are in the mood for short, a good romance, and hot smexing then this is the book for you.

Print, 232 pages
Published February 8th 2011 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Turner Twins #2
Contemporary romance
Own


26 comments:

  1. If it's not on twitter it didn't happen lol

    OMG I WANT this book right now! I'm going to go buy it & read it today!

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    1. LOL. Well I did just that. I finished a book early and was all, I can finish another one today, if it's short, and so it was

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  2. Do you have a smart phone? I use an app to track my workouts, that way I have a list. I like MapMyFitness, but there are tons of them out there!

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    1. I do, but not an android, stupid nokia crap, so a lot does not work

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  3. Aww, beautiful rainbow!! Also, this is a very good challenge! I'd participate...but I'm starting school so I don't think I'd have time to do something every day. hmm...Good job!

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    1. You do not have to do something everday, just try to :)

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  4. Nice rainbow and that does sound like good, short romance!

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  5. I'm glad there was a good story between the hot lovin'. ;) Pretty rainbow!!

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    1. Thanks. Aye there was some story too

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  6. A book persons workout sounds like something I could so get on with, great idea. I may have to look into this further.

    The book sounds like a good wee read my friend would love so shall recommend it. Love the rainbow too, always makes me smile, especially after a big downpour!

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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    1. Yes check it out and join us :D

      I do love them too :) Rain and sunshine.
      Recommend away

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  7. The short and sexy sounds good.

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  8. Rain means great rainbows, so there's the silver lining.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  9. you did great!! it rained here ...I was a lazy bum and I didn't get a cool rainbow pic ;)

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  10. I'm also a fan of the guy doing the chasing :-) Sounds like a good, quick read!

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