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In the future, we don't choose our mates; Nature chooses for us. Nature doesn't make mistakes. And if you don't pay attention to Nature's Imperative, you suffer. She could always get under his skin. He could always send her spinning into fury. Marilyn and Neil aren't like oil and water, they're like dynamite and a fuse! Not only do these co-workers hate each other, but MarIn the future, we don't choose our mates; Nature chooses for us. Nature doesn't make mistakes. And if you don't pay attention to Nature's Imperative, you suffer. She could always get under his skin. He could always send her spinning into fury. Marilyn and Neil aren't like oil and water, they're like dynamite and a fuse! Not only do these co-workers hate each other, but Mari's still in love with her ex-husband, and Neil? Well, Neil is gay. Nature's got some explaining to do....

Title : Imperative: Always You
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ISBN : 9781605210902
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 96 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Imperative: Always You Reviews

  • Carolyn F.
    2018-11-24 23:31

    Wow, this one was so good! The Imperative teams you up with who you're supposed to be with no matter what you thought you were. Neil is gay and in a relationship. Mari has just split up from her husband who said she's not attractive and bad in bed. When they feel the Imperative they're surprised to find out they are meant to be together because they actually work together and hate each other. When Neil finds out it's not a man and they end up in bed he freaks out and says "I can't do this." Mari picks up her clothes and leaves. I bawled for her - the humiliation of someone fighting his attraction because maybe he too might find her unattractive. Ugh! Everything ends up better but boy those scenes were written so well. A book that gives me an emotional response is always good to me. Fantastic book!

  • Wicked Nyx
    2018-11-30 23:30

    What a refreshingly different approach to a fated match story! Neil is gay, Mari is still in love with her ex-husband, and to top it all off they can't stand each other. But when the Imperative strikes, none of that matters.It was so great to see a couple struggle with a fated match - so often with this theme the main characters just fall right in line without a peep. It was also great to see the man as the one with the limited sexual experience - Neil had never been with a woman before Mari and watching them work out their sexual relationship was great.A great improvement on the first book in the series.

  • Melania Ramona
    2018-12-08 23:44

    Surprisingly complex and full of emotion.

  • Belinda McBride
    2018-11-21 01:48