Malcolm Turner can’t believe his sisters tricked him into attending Get Your Groove Back at Camp Firefly Falls. Yes, he’s been busy trying to get his family’s lingerie business off the ground, but no woman has ever complained about his groove, thank you very much. He’ll just stay in his cabin and work on his marketing campaign for the next week. Well, until he sees her.DanMalcolm Turner can’t believe his sisters tricked him into attending Get Your Groove Back at Camp Firefly Falls. Yes, he’s been busy trying to get his family’s lingerie business off the ground, but no woman has ever complained about his groove, thank you very much. He’ll just stay in his cabin and work on his marketing campaign for the next week. Well, until he sees her.Dancer Valerie Shaw is working at the camp to save money for her new business venture. She is not there to meet men. Not even the preppy, yet hot (sooo hot) guy staring at her as she performs. Except she can’t stop thinking about him. Or pushing his buttons. Or hoping he puts his hands (and lips) all over her.Maybe a fling is in order. A temporary distraction. But that is it–if they can let each other go at the end of the week....
|Title||:||Time of His Life|
|Number of Pages||:||118 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Time of His Life Reviews
At first I thought Malcolm was using Val, but in the end Malcolm got the girl to marry him. Val won the contest and Malcolm’s business was a great success. Tori’s engagement ended after 6 months and Malcolm and Val got married. Tori was sent to Camp Firefly to find herself and hopefully return being happy and in love.
Sex did not sell this oneI had a hard time with this book. I didn't quite get the whole "Sex Sells" and the way it was not only a contest they were participating in, but an underlying theme of the rest of the storyline. I didn't understand the push/pull between the hero and heroine--they both admitted, to themselves and to each other, that they were attracted and drawn to oner another, but they kept this dance going of advance and retreat, tease and deny, that didn't make sense to me. Also, given her background of being made to feel that sex was all she was good for, I couldn't understand why she was an exotic dancer, and why enter a contest that sexualized marketing to the degree that this did. There was some redemption in the end when he changed his presentation and pursued her; in too many romances today there's still a stereotype of the woman being the one who gives up all for her man. Despite the issues I had with the storyline, I did think it was nicely written, so I still give it three stars.
Sweet fun read!This story was sweet and fun to read. I enjoyed the storyline and Malcolm and Valerie were amazing together. However the typos in this book detracted from the story for me a little bit. I want to hear Tori's story now.
Very Good This was my first time reading a book by Jamie and I truly enjoyed it. I loved meeting Malcolm and Valerie. Can't wait to read more by Jamie!!
It started out good, but the ending felt too rushed.
Cute story maybe too shortI 'd appreciate a deeper insight of their past