Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2)
Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device.
You can download and read online Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2) file PDF Book only if you are registered here.
And also you can download or read online all Book PDF file that related with Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2) book.
Happy reading Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2) Bookeveryone.
Download file Free Book PDF Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2) at Complete PDF Library.
This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats.
Here is The CompletePDF Book Library.
It's free to register here to get Book file PDF Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave Series Book 2) Pocket Guide.
While I tried to like he I enjoyed this one. While I tried to like her, I just couldn't get past some issues that bothered me on a personal level. Mainly with the choices she makes in raising her son. By the time the conflict starts gathering steam, she hit the TSTL territory for me. Also my dislike for her eclipsed any feelings I may have had for the others. The rest of the cast was just kind of… there. Even Mike was just average. I also had trouble buying into the romance.
I couldn't believe someone would go to the lengths that Mike did to be with Kate after a 2 minute or so initial meeting. And nothing is shown to prove there's anything besides a physical attraction between the two. Overall though, I was happy with this book. It had just the right amount of humor and pace that kept me turning the pages. Along with the smexy times! It worked well for me to read during the crazy holiday season. Kate has turned bitter and taken to a bit of male-bashing While waiting for a flight back home, she decides to practice her rusty flirting skills on an unsuspecting man in a loud Hawaiian shirt.
He happens to be Michael Cameron, a highly respected and talented movie animator.
- Texas Heat Wave | Awards | LibraryThing.
- Join Kobo & start eReading today?
- Dear Cupid (Texas Heat Wave, #2) by Julie Ortolon?
For him, it's love at first sight. While Kate feels an attraction, she wants nothing more to do with him. Mike devises a plan to spend more time with Kate, even tho Kate has turned bitter and taken to a bit of male-bashing Mike devises a plan to spend more time with Kate, even though the pretense is so thin both can see right through it.
While Kate's life slowly falls apart, Mike tries to convince Kate to believe in herself again. This is a fairly straightforward, predictable read. At first, Kate comes off as shallow and selfish, with her love of nice clothes and a nice home, and an attraction to powerful men. It is almost as if she doesn't know herself, because Mike might have it all, but that isn't why she falls for him.
She also cares more about her son than anything else, willing to give up on her own dream to make sure that Dylan is protected and cared for. While Kate worries that Mike will disappoint Dylan like his father has, and Mike isn't sure he really wants anything to do with another man's child, Dylan is ultimately the reason they can come together to form a big, happy family. Kate writes a column for a paper. It is a Dear Cupid column where she gives advice. She just fly out to meet her boss and discuss her column.
Gwen, her boss, told her she needed to pick up her column some because it was getting to dry and all her advice was starting to sound judgmental She has been this way since her divorce to Edward. He told her she had no talent so now she is raising their five year old son.. While waiting in the airport for her plane she decides to see if she still knows ho Kate writes a column for a paper.
While waiting in the airport for her plane she decides to see if she still knows how to flirt with a man. She picks out a guy with a print shirt on and pretends to drop her bag with no response so she dumps it on the floor. While she is picking up her contents he notices how pretty she is and he decides this might be the girl of his dreams. His name is Mike. He tries to connect with her but she just ignores him. Back home her friend wants her to help out with her business. Its call Wife for hire and they do all sorts of things for homeowners.
Mike gets the idea of hiring Kate to redo his home and help him find a wife. This book is really entertaining and I know you will enjoy reading it I never read anything by Ortolon before but I will pick up others now. Kate recently got divorced and has the insecurities all divorce women have or atleast most and Mike fell in love at first sight.
But there are other factors her kid, her job, etc but he will do anything he needs to win Kate over. It is written very well. It actually had me chuckle a couple of times out loud. Mike is adorable and I can relate to Kate because she wants to take care of everything and everyone befo Cute book. Mike is adorable and I can relate to Kate because she wants to take care of everything and everyone before herself. The end of the book was finished a little quick for my taste. Yes we knew they got together don't all romances?
But as I said I will be reading more of her books and would recommend it to others. This cover does elude to the pretty elaborate sex scenes in this book. I just skipped them, because based on the cover, I was not expecting that at all. All of them are easy to skip, just go to the end of the chapter, and it will be over. The story was cute. I really with the main character would have had more self esteem a little earlier in the book, I just got a little tired of her putting herself down all the time. Overall, I loved the This cover does elude to the pretty elaborate sex scenes in this book.
Overall, I loved the main love interest. It was just a fun book, that the sex scenes didn't add anything to it. I will have to pick more carefully next time. I started this book to have a fun romance to read for the month of February. While it wasn't terrible, it was just okay.
Contemporary Romance Novels by Author Julie Ortolon
The author is definitely a good writer, but the story was a bit cheesy. Woman with trust issues. Man who falls in love and wants to marry her after three weeks. It was a role reversal if I ever saw one. The story was predictable. Kate got on my nerves after a while, however.
A Contemporary Romance Novel Series, Available in Print, eBook, and Audiobook
Here she has a prince on her hands I'm not sure men like Mike exist, but it's a novel, after all , and I started this book to have a fun romance to read for the month of February. Here she has a prince on her hands I'm not sure men like Mike exist, but it's a novel, after all , and she keeps rejecting him because she's scared. It was too much of her fears. Having said this, the book is a quick, easy read and the writing is good.
So if you're looking for a quick romance, you might enjoy this book. Dear Cupid by Julie Ortolon was originally published by St. Martins press in It has now been released in eBook form. As many reviews have stated the story is predictable. But this is a heart warming story with well developed characters. Kate is an advice columnist with a column entitled Dear Cupid. But after her experiences dealing with her ex-husband, has she lost her ability to see and believe in love?
Mike takes one look at Kate in the airport and just knows she's the one. After talking and flirting with her he's even more sure. So how can he convince her? Giving advice, now that's the easy part but following her own advice is a lot harder. Will Mike be able to help Kate believe in herself and love again? A story any single parent can relate to Kate had a disastrous marriage and a painful divorce, but she came away with 7-year-old Dylan, who she wouldn't trade for anything.
Her ex, Edward, sees his son the same way as he'd seen Kate: She meets Mike, and the chemistry is explosive, but he's a workaholic and she's determined not to settle for second place for her son and herself in any man's life. Mike makes several mis-steps along the way, but eve A story any single parent can relate to Kate had a disastrous marriage and a painful divorce, but she came away with 7-year-old Dylan, who she wouldn't trade for anything.
Mike makes several mis-steps along the way, but eventually they reach their HEA. There was also a secondary story that I loved just about as much. This weekend I read three romance novels. They were all free kindle books. One thing I like about romance novels is that they read so fast.
Three books in a weekend and I paid only my time. This story involves a young women who writes an online advice column called "Dear Cupid". Her recent bitter divorce however has turned her a little negative as far as relatioships are concerned. In comes the man, a CGI computer nerd who falls instantly for her. The story follows the typical romance novel for This weekend I read three romance novels.
The story follows the typical romance novel formula, yet is still sweet and upbeat and leaves you with a good feeling at the end. Isn't that the purpose of romance novels anyway? This book was really fun and fast. It's a quick and easy read.
Loved the characters in this book and how the female lead, Kate, interacted with her son. I liked how she brought her son and her new man together and got them to like each other. It was a fun concept for a book too. I didn't like some of the man bashing but it fit with the plot of the book with her being hurt and gun shy about getting back into the dating scene. I would recommend this to anyone looking for some lig This book was really fun and fast.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for some light hearted fun. Sure, it was pretty predictable. But I really fell in love with the characters. I really enjoyed the relationship between Kate and her son, and her wariness of exposing him to any hurt. Mike was the perfect guy. Who wouldn't want him? There were a few spots that the book veered off and didn't really complete, but all in all, I did not want to put the book down. I read it over a span of a day, and it kept me up into the night. It made me cry a little, and made me smile a lot. I recommend for a fl Sure, it was pretty predictable.
I recommend for a fluffy, happy read.
Get A Copy
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thought the basis of this story was great, but a little out there in terms of reality.
- Thought Leadership Meets Business: How business schools can become more successful?
- The Secret Bracelet.
- Digital McLuhan: A Guide to the Information Millennium!
I don't think anyone could be as stupid as Kate. Here she has this great guy, who is obviously interested in her, and wants to marry her- in fact can't think of anything else. And he's really sweet.. It didn't make sense to me. Not only that, but he has an incredible job and can take care of her and her son not only can, but actually WANTS to take care of them. I just didn't I thought the basis of this story was great, but a little out there in terms of reality. I just didn't buy her reluctance.
Kate Bradshaw is a divorced lady hanging on by a thread to her Dear Cupid advice column. She has come out of a nasty divorce, is raising a son with severe asthma problems and is losing her belief that there is true love to be found. A chance meeting with Michael before an air flight home starts the ball rolling. Kate does find true love and regains her confidence in her ability to write her advice column.
Easy read for the romantic at heart. I LOVE reading your books. You are an amazing author. Thank you for providing us with wonderful, well written books. Your passion for what you do shows in your work. After reading the Perfect trilogy, I knew I had to find another book from this author. The book was filled with emotion and the characters were easy to relate to. However predictable it was, I just really enjoyed my reading through it. The characters, main and secondary, are overall quite friendly and nice in a next-door-neighbour kind of way.
I liked the introduction of Mike and Kate in the airport. To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series. If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title eg.
By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher.
For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification eg. Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question.