No More Mr. Nice Guy

Title: No More Mr. Nice Guy

Publisher:Carina Press

Pub Date: 2 May 2011

ISBN: 9781426891540

Author: Greene, Jennifer

I’ve been a fan of Jennifer Greene’s writing for quite some time now. Her works are always close to reality and this one in particular is no difference.

No More Mr. Nice guy reflect pretty much on the reality where women needs excitements in life and not to mention tends to be attracted to men who are wild, lively and daring.

This book also addresses female insecurities and instinct in the most delicate way possible.

I enjoyed reading this book and I would definitely recommend this book to people who enjoys reading a good romance.

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review fot it, and I was not compensated in any ways for it.

Book description:

Carroll Laker knows she’s found the marrying kind in Alan Smith. The pediatrician is everything a woman could want in a husband-he’s kind, dependable, patient. Maybe too patient: even though they spend Saturday mornings house-hunting, they’ve yet to spend a night in bed together. And suddenly Carroll starts fantasizing about what it would be like to be wildly, wantonly, passionately in love…

Alan has wanted to marry Carroll since the moment he met her. When he senses he’s on the verge of losing her, he decides it’s time to loosen up. If Carroll needs excitement and seduction, that’s exactly what he’ll give her. From orchids and exotic foods to midnight canoe rides and dancing till dawn, Alan will do anything to sweep Carroll off her feet and into his bed.

At first, Carroll is delighted by the romantic gestures. But she can’t help but wonder: Will the new Alan love her forever the way the old Alan would have?

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One Response to No More Mr. Nice Guy

  1. kathy says:

    yummmy book…sounds like a good read

    Kathy
    Small Kucing

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