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Book Review: Double Click by Lisa Becker

double_Fans of the romantic hit Click: An Online Love Story will enjoy another voyeuristic dive into the lives of Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark and Ethan, as Double Click picks up with their lives six months later. Are Renee and Ethan soul mates? Does Mark ever go on a date? Has Shelley run out of sexual conquests in Los Angeles? Will Ashley’s judgmental nature sabotage her budding relationship? Through a marriage proposal, wedding, new baby and unexpected love twist, Double Click answers these questions and more. Readers will continue to cheer, laugh, cry and cringe following the email exploits of Renee and friends.

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Double Click is the second installment of the Click Trilogy and takes right up where Click leaves off. Written in the same format, as a series of emails shared between friends, I found Double Click much easier to follow along even though I continued to skip over each email heading which names the subject and addressee.

Like Click, Double Click is filled with the same witty correspondence and sometimes friendly, sometimes catty dialogue that Becker has a knack for writing. The friendships make this story. They are fun, light, but also touch on some heartfelt issues that bring a serious note to the storyline.

For me, I felt Click was mostly about Renee and her journey of finding love and I truly felt Double Click should have been Shelly’s story. I would have loved to have seen things mixed up a bit and the majority of the correspondence come from Shelly to the other’s. She’s by far been my favorite character and I think she had so much more to add this time than Renee did. As for Ashley, she grew on me a bit. I didn’t care much for her personality in the beginning, but we see her grow as a person and I really like that. Once again, I felt like Mark was on the sidelines. I really like him and always want him to play more of a role, but his interactions come across vague and standoffish. I have not yet read the blurb for Right Click, but I’m hoping we get more of Mark there. As for the newcomer to the group, I’m on the fence with Cassidy. I neither like nor dislike her and I’m curious to know what she might had to the next part of the story.

Overall, I didn’t get that same carefree feeling that I got from reading Click, but this story does not disappoint. Running along the lines of more chick-lit than romance, Double Click is an easy read that doesn’t take you through a gamut of emotions. Light and comical, it’s one that you’ll breeze right through. 3/5

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Book Review: The Art of Going Home by Nicole Sorrell

ARTFor the first time in a decade, Maddie Chandler returns to her small home due to the unexpected death of her surrogate mother, her beloved “Aunt” Ceci. To deal with her overwhelming grief she finds herself relying on the steadfast strength of her high school crush, local attorney Zac Redondo. Though she scolds herself for depending on him so much, she can’t seem to find the strength to resist their mutual attraction.

While home, Maddie is haunted by childhood memories of her twin sister Angeline, who was killed at the age of ten. She is persuaded to investigate the unsolved murder only because she fears refusal will threaten her very sanity. Her mother eventually succumbed to madness in her grief over Angeline’s death, and Maddie is terrified she will inherit her mental illness. Her inquiries into her sister’s case uncover years of deceptions that were maintained to safeguard her from the brutal truth. Not only is her life threatened by her pursuit of justice for her twin, it ultimately causes her world to shatter.

Sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, Maddie’s personal journey exposes her vulnerabilities as she learns the true meaning of family from a boisterous clan that is not linked to her by blood. Come along with her as she struggles to accept the love of the man who holds the key to her future happiness. And as she copes with the hostilities of her estranged father, she unwittingly strengthens the fragile bond with the one relative she was determined to say goodbye to forever.

This novel is intended for mature readers.

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When Maddie Chandler is forced to return home she’s ready to deal with the naysayers and the family she left behind. However, she’s not quite ready to hear her sister’s voice in her head again—one of the many reasons she left in the first place. Not long after arriving her sister does indeed begin to speak to her, but this time it’s different. This time, her sister wants her to uncover the person responsible for her murder.

As Maddie follows the little clues Angeline gives her, she uncovers secrets so dark they twist her stomach. The truth behind Angeline’s death is far worse than she could possibly have imagined. Though Maddie is surrounded by people that love her, as the past comes back to haunt her, she begins to question their motives, pushing away the one person who wants to be there for her above others.

So much goes on in this book that it’s impossible to write a brief rundown without giving things away. The book really fouses on Maddie’s journey to uncover her sisters killer and her budding relationship with old friend Zac.

The romantic element to this book was A1 excellent. The growing relationship between Zac and Maddie was perfectly captured and the heat—wow. If the author ever steps away from women’s fiction to contemporary romance, there will be some very happy boyfriends and husband’s in this world! Rare is it that an author can capture a relationship and the tumultuous feelings within it as well as Sorell has. However, the author does such a food job making Maddie’s personal journey intriguing that I can’t wait to read more of her lovely style.

The mystery part to the plot was also very well done. I didn’t guess it, so when the reveal came I was wowed.

Mostly though, the poignancy to this tale had me in tears. One of the things the book explores is child abuse which I can say that I usually avoid at all costs – I just can’t cope with it. However, the abuse is not condoned in any way and treated with great care and it is only fleeting within the pages.

No part of this book left me wanting, no part left details out. Beautifully crafted with stunning clarity, this book will knock you on your ass with it’s attention to detail.

Maddie’s journey is both emotional and powerful. It was a real joy to read and I love the happy ending to the book, though it doesn’t reach a full conclusion. I will most certainly read the next installment and very much look forward to it.

If you want a book with depth, soul and a fantastic plot as well as a host of intriguing characters and a scorching hot love interest, this one’s for you. It is honestly one of the best books I have read this year. Have the tissues handy and set aside some time, it’s a real page turner and all round fabulous.

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Book Review: Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Mardsen

gettingsevenWhat’s your lucky number?

Lyla Wilder is done being the shy, chemistry nerd extraordinaire. While every other college student is out having fun, Lyla is studying. With her cat. Well, she’s played it “safe” quite enough, thank you. So she creates a “College Bucket List”?with item #7 being a night of uninhibited, mind-blowing sex…

But she needs some help from her man-whore best friend.

Hockey player Beck Davenport thought Lyla’s transformation would be subtle. Man, was he wrong. With every item she ticks off, Beck finds himself growing seriously hot for his sweet, brainiac best friend. And if he’s not careful, he’ll end up risking their friendship in order to convince Lyla that he might just be her lucky #7…

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After being subjected to a failed setup, Lyla’s had enough of being seen as the ‘fugly’ nerd. Feeling that the time has come for an aesthetic overhaul, Lyla decides that she needs to ditch the frumpy layers and formulates a plan on how to make it through the rest of the college year while stepping out of her comfort zone and having fun.

Enter Beck…best friend and ladies’ man extraordinaire. He knows what guys look for in their latest catch so he seems the perfect tutor.

Though Beck thinks Lyla is perfect the way she is, he agrees to help Lyla draw up a college bucket list. First on the list: makeover. Beck finds himself trawling the shops with Lyla to help her pick out her new look. Hitting the mall isn’t really Beck’s style, but Lyla insists she needs him, and he’ll do anything to put a smile on his nerdy best friends face.

As Lyla’s transformation begins, though Beck still prefers the old Lyla, the new hot Lyla has fuelled a spark he didn’t know he carried for her. As the two work to scratch off the items on Lyla’s college bucket list, Beck feels the innate need to protect his friend from crass college guys and as time goes on, he finds it harder and harder to resist falling for her.

Becks protective side sparks a whole new side of him that Lyla hadn’t realized was there and as the two spend more and more time together, Lyla’s feelings develop into something more than friendship.

I absolutely adored Lyla—she’s a real nerd, full of heart and a total sweetheart. I found her uncomfortable rambling when faced with a hot guy really funny, especially her tendency to talk about her cat. She feels inadequate, always doing what she’s been told to by her mother—covering up what God gave her with layer upon layer of bright colors. She’s perfectly imperfect and her sometimes hilarious confusion over her feelings for Beck drew some face palming from me.

I knew better than to get the flutters over Beck Davenport. The guy had longer relationships with cereal boxes than girls.

Beck—oh myyyyy, where do I begin?! He’s hot as hell, sweet as sugar and his protectiveness for Layla had me drooling. Beck’s pretty closed off about his personal life. Tragedy has left him questioning if love even exists and if it does, he’s not sure it’s worth it. Yet he finds himself opening up to Lyla, divulging parts of his past that he’s never told anyone about. Being with Lyla is easy—she’s his friend, after all, but even as Beck falls deeper for her, the screaming alarm to run like the wind that he usually gets with other girls, never goes off.

But Beck doesn’t want a long term relationship, however, when he spots the last item on Lyla’s bucket list: have mind blowing sex, he can’t stand the thought of it being with anyone other than him. As Beck gives into his desires, he finds himself heading into unfamiliar territory.

As I peered into her eyes, at the green and brown battling it out for control, I found myself wanting to take the next step with Lyla. If I did believe in relationships and love, Lyla would be the perfect girlfriend. Being with her like this made me want to take a risk.

But more revelations from Beck’s family only serves to strengthen his negative opinions on love, relationships and everything in between, causing me moments where I wanted to fling my kindle across the room.

Through everything that these two adorable characters go through, I found myself really rooting for them. The chemistry between them is written so well that I could practically feel it zinging through my fingers as I held my kindle in my hand. My heart flipped, skipped and broke as Lyla and Beck became closer and kudos to Beck—he already found Lyla perfect the way she was.

Leading the way in the New Adult genre, Entangled Embrace has done it again. This superb book zings with chemistry, sweet heat, and a clever and witty story line. The Dual POV allows the reader an insight into both characters thoughts and feelings and is just another reason why I know that my insatiable appetite for the New Adult genre will be satisfied at least for a little while when I pick up one of these books.

Light, easy and fun, a well deserving 5/5.

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Book Review: Highlander Bride Taken by Lynda Belle

highbrideWill a new bride go through with her wedding night? Even if the groom is 81 years old?

Or will someone else save her from this fate?

A highlander bride knows her duty. She is the bride price for peace. But after she notices her new nephew-in-law, she wishes her bridal night were with the other lord of the house. Will her wish come true?

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This novelette takes place in 18th century Scotland. On the day of her wedding, eighteen-year-old Lady McPherson travels to her betrothed’s castle to meet Lord McFarris (fiancé) for the first time. The virginal Lady McPherson knows she will not have a magical first encounter with her husband. Why? Because he is an eighty-one-year-old Lord who is described as frail and decrepit.

Lady McPherson’s hand in marriage, given as a peace offering between clans, was intended to strengthen allegiances and inevitably avoid a blood bath between the two rivaling families. With her spirits running low, Lady McPherson resigns to marry the elder Lord McFarris, and stop the impending bloodshed thus saving her loved ones. She is acutely aware of her place in this twisted game and must do her duty.

Upon arrival, she is pleasantly surprised when she sets eyes on the younger Lord McFarris (her future nephew-in-law). And she’s not alone in her desires. He has been mentally devouring her since the moment she stepped off the carriage. 

Her first night of wedlock does not go the way she assumed. The crippled elder Lord McFarris can barely hold his shoulders straight let alone the most important male organ required to consummate a marriage. Fast asleep without so much as an advance, it seems his bedding years have long since passed. Fortunately, the younger McFarris is determined to keep the family line strong, and he makes sure the new bride is “well-received” and properly acquainted to her new role and purpose. 

 Highlander Bride Taken is a short twenty-minute read with a steamy ending, as one can imagine given the title. The author gives an admirable effort to place the reader in the shoes of Lady McPherson through 18th-style prose with only a smattering of contemporary phrases. The idea of being with an older man with tissue paper skin and wiry grey hair in undesirable places does cause one to read the beginning of this story with thighs clenched tight. When the author equates the elder Lord McFarris to the narrator’s “grandfather” my first reaction was to gouge my eyes out, but I like to drive and enjoy watching television, so I went with it. I believe this was the reaction the author was after. So well done.To top it all off, the elder McFarris has a penchant for falling asleep at inopportune moments, specifically at the wedding celebration and the ever-so-important moment she is to be “taken”.

Luckily, the younger McFarris, a tartan-clad stud whose bagpipe is always full of wind, enters the scene. His concern over her reproductive organs is endearing. He would have made an excellent 18th century OB/GYN. But alas, the younger and chiseled Scotsman, does his duty by taking what his uncle could not. And take it he does. 

This no nonsense erotic story gets right down to business within ten or so minutes of reading. It’s well written, and has an intriguing yet simultaneously disturbing premise, which I applaud the author for devising—give me interesting, I will read it! Alas, my obstinate brain seeks closure, and for me, I would have liked to have seen the aftermath for their seemingly reckless actions. Maybe a good old-fashioned dungeon whipping or the like? Overall, I believe the story accomplished what the author set out to do … deliver a sexy short tale of forbidden lust.

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Book Review: The Millionaire’s Forever by Sonya Weiss

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There are two sides to every Gemini guy…and one of them is red-hot.

Olivia Carter has a handsome, millionaire boyfriend. She’s madly in love with him. The hitch? He doesn’t actually exist. She told the lie to save Forever, her wedding design shop. And it worked-almost too well. As the media attention increases, so do the demands for Olivia to produce her “boyfriend.” With both her reputation and career in jeopardy, Olivia is desperate enough to do almost anything…

Which is exactly what millionaire Mason Parker wants. Thanks to Olivia and her father, Mason went through hell during his teen years, and now it’s time for a little payback-starting with the announcement that he’s her one and only. Now the sexy Olivia has no choice but to do what Mason wants. But none of his plans for vengeance included falling in love with the woman he planned to ruin…

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Olivia Carter business is rocketing to success. The media have sat up and paid attention, orders are coming in from big Hollywood stars, and she’s even appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show. And the reason for her success is…true love, of course! Olivia has painted herself as one half of an ideal couple—the other is her childhood friend and now self-made millionaire who swept her off her feet and showers her in affection. They are head over heals in love with each other.

Their love story has captivated the public. Everything should be perfect…except, Olivia’s millionaire boyfriend doesn’t exist, and as the media insist for information on his identity, she’s about to be exposed.

Mason Parker is a cold and ruthless business man. He gets what he wants, when he wants and no one can stand in his way…except, he’s really not all that ruthless or cold. What he is is scarred, both inside and out.  After being wrongfully convicted and sentenced to a juvenile correctional facility by Olivia’s father, there’s only one thing on Mason’s mind—to get revenge on the family that wronged him.

Seeing Olivia’s predicament as the perfect opportunity, Mason announces to the media that he is her secret boyfriend. When he sweeps into Olivia’s shop and threatens to expose her, she finds herself in quite a predicament. Mason wants a piece of land that Olivia owns….the piece of land that the correctional facility he spent time in is situated on. The deal is straightforward enough—he’ll pose as her boyfriend for six weeks, thereby saving her business and by the end of their time together, he’ll convince Olivia to part with her treasured land. Though he finds Olivia as beautiful as he did all those years ago, he can’t let his deep rooted feelings stand in his way.

Olivia has big plans for the piece of land she owns. Her late mother wanted to do something to help the community, and Olivia is determined to see those dreams come true. With Mason dead set on acquiring the land on which his nightmares began, and Olivia determined not to part with it, things are about to get messy.

I love a book that can drop me straight into the conflict, yet still build up the characters enough to make me care about them. This is the case here, and it was done very well. I found Olivia’s predicament comical at first, but as the books goes on and the reasons behind why she did it start to come to light, it became much more serious thereby raising the stakes. My heart pained for her and I couldn’t see any way she could get out of the mess she’d created.

Mason seems like a complete jerk at first, but very quickly his reasons come to light and his story pulled at my heartstrings more than anything else. I felt pulled in opposite directions—rooting for both these characters to get what they wanted, even if that didn’t seem possible.

Little doubt is left that these two are drawn toward each other, and have been from a young age. Olivia was the one that got away, despite giving Mason the opportunity to have something more with her in their younger years. This again serves a knife to the chest when more is revealed about their past, and how one night that should’ve made them, broke him.

Make no mistake, this book will tie you in knots. As the two grow closer and the energy between them surges, resolving their issues looks almost impossible. Someone has to lose.

There were times when I felt as though the spark between them could’ve been conveyed in a way that really drove home their attraction to each other, but in too many places it felt as though their closeness was almost mechanical. Their chemistry could’ve popped from the pages, but it lacked that all consuming fire. That said, these characters will still bring you along on their journey, immersing you into their lives and making you love, laugh and hurt.

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Click: An Online Love Story

Recently, Michelle read and reviewed Click: An Online Love Story by Lisa Becker. When Lisa contacted Eat Sleep Read Review, she offered the whole trilogy for review, so you can expect to read more reviews from Michelle regarding this series, and if you like Sex and the City, you’ll love Click.

The amount of review requests that we get are astronomical. So much so that we’ve recently added more reviewers to Eat Sleep Read Review. All the authors are so kind, but usually, it’s rare that we can accept a whole series for review without reading book one first, but the premise of these books were so unique and interesting, that Michelle could not resist. So, to give you a taste of what’s to come and to point you in the direction of this fun, sassy and witty series, here’s a look at each book and a great book trailer at the end. Also, check back with us soon as we have an interview with Lisa Becker coming up!

Book One: Click: An Online Love Story

 

clickFast approaching her 30th birthday and finding herself not married, not dating, and without even a prospect or a house full of cats, Renee Greene, the heroine of Click: An Online Love Story, reluctantly joins her best guy pal on a journey to find love online in Los Angeles. The story unfolds entirely through emails between Renee and her best friends (anal-compulsive Mark, the overly-judgmental Ashley and the over-sexed Shelley) as well as the gentlemen suitors she meets online. From the guy who starts every story with “My buddies and I were out drinking one night,” to the egotistical “B” celebrity looking for someone to stroke his ego, Renee wades into the shallow end of the dating (cess)pool and endures her share of hilarious and heinous cyber dates. Fraught with BCC’s, FWD’s and inadvertent Reply to All’s, readers will cheer, laugh, cry and cringe following the email exploits of Renee and friends. And ultimately, they will root for Renee to “click” with the right man.

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Book Two: Double Click

Fadcns of the romantic hit Click: An Online Love Story will enjoy another voyeuristic dive into the lives of Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark and Ethan, as Double Click picks up with their lives six months later. Are Renee and Ethan soul mates? Does Mark ever go on a date? Has Shelley run out of sexual conquests in Los Angeles? Will Ashley’s judgmental nature sabotage her budding relationship? Through a marriage proposal, wedding, new baby and unexpected love twist, Double Click answers these questions and more. Readers will continue to cheer, laugh, cry and cringe following the email exploits of Renee and friends.

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Book Three: Right Click

rcLove. Marriage.  Infidelity. Parenthood. Crises of identity. Death. Cupcakes. The themes in Right Click, the third and final installment in the Click series, couldn’t be more pressing for this group of friends as they navigate through their 30’s. Another six months have passed since we last eavesdropped on the hilarious, poignant and often times inappropriate email adventures of Renee and friends. As the light-hearted, slice of life story continues to unfold, relationships are tested and some need to be set “right” before everyone can find their “happily ever after.

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About the Author

Headshot 2.jpgLisa had endured her share of hilarious and heinous cyber dates, many of which inspired Click: An Online Love Story, Double Click and Right Click. The books, about a young woman’s search for love online in Los Angeles, have been called, “a fast read that will keep you entertained,” “a fun, quick read for fans of Sex and the City,” and “hard to put down.” The first in the series has now been optioned for a major motion picture.

She’s written bylined articles about writing and online dating for Chick Lit Central, Cupid’s Pulse and numerous book blogs. Her books and story have also been featured in Single Edition, Career 2.0 and The Perfect Soulmate among other websites.

A former public relations professional, Lisa has worked with some of the biggest consumer companies in the world including McDonald’s, Ford, Sony and Gatorade. She’s also a former college professor, teaching public relations and communications classes at University of Southern California and Oglethorpe University.

As Lisa’s grandmother used to say, “for every chair, there’s a tush.” Lisa is now happily married to a wonderful man she met online and lives in Manhattan Beach with him and their two daughters. So, if it happened for her, there’s hope for anyone!

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Book Review: Click: An Online Love Story by Lisa Becker

clickFast approaching her 30th birthday and finding herself not married, not dating, and without even a prospect or a house full of cats, Renee Greene, the heroine of Click: An Online Love Story, reluctantly joins her best guy pal on a journey to find love online in Los Angeles. The story unfolds through a series of emails between Renee and her best friends (anal-compulsive Mark, the overly-judgmental Ashley and the over-sexed Shelley) as well as the gentlemen suitors she meets online. From the guy who starts every story with “My buddies and I were out drinking one night,” to the egotistical “B” celebrity looking for someone to stroke his ego, Renee endures her share of hilarious and heinous cyber dates. Fraught with BCC’s, FWD’s and inadvertent Reply to All’s, readers will root for Renee to “click” with the right man.

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A fascinating and unique concept, Click: An Online Love Story, is a tale told through a sequence of emails between four friends.

Renee, the main character, joins the online dating service, choosejews.com, at the insistence of her friend, Mark. She shares her sometimes outlandish inquiries with her friends and then follows-up with them about each of the disastrous dates she encounters. They dynamics of these friendships is what makes the story. Shelly is crass and flirty, Ashley comes across as a prude and judgmental, and while Mark is the one who initially talked Renee into joining the service, we learn the least about him.

I absolutely loved the interactions between the friends and found them completely believable. I could easily see myself sharing emails back and forth with friends like these. The only drawback I would note, is that each email starts with the heading of who it’s to or from along with the subject line. I did find myself skimming over these only to have to go back a time or two and read them so I would understand who was talking.

A mixture of chick-lit and romance, this is a fun and easy read about friendship with a love story that develops on the sideline. If your looking for something light that isn’t too deep or meaningful, this would be perfect.

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