- Copertina flessibile: 254 pagine
- Editore: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (28 ottobre 2011)
- Collana: Never Too Late
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 1461119847
- ISBN-13: 978-1461119845
- Peso di spedizione: 299 g
- Media recensioni: 4.2 su 5 stelle Visualizza tutte le recensioni (4 recensioni clienti)
Dating a Cougar: Volume 1 (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 28 ott 2011
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Donna McDonald is an active dreamer and finds writing to be the best way to use her creativity. Needing to satisfy both sides of her brain, she is a cross-genre author of contemporary, fantasy, and paranormal romances. Her books appear on bestseller lists for humor, romantic comedy, space opera, and more. She craves laughter from her readers and focuses her attention on making that happen as often as possible. She loves to hear from anyone who has read her books.
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Casey is a retired Marine who is on the mend from several life altering incidents. On the tail end of grief and the beginnings of redefining and reestablishing his life, he meets Alexa. Although no words can describe what it is about this woman, the attraction and connection between them is undeniable. She’s not his usual type and far from an easy prey. From the moment he laid eyes on her, he had to have her. If only he could convince this seasoned woman to look beyond their twelve year age difference and see into his heart.
Alexa is determined not to succumb to his charm, instead choosing to stay behind her self-proclaimed wall of exile from men. But try as she might, there is just something about this man who draws her like moths to a flame. Without trying, he manages to see right through to the heart of her and recognizes her need for something real, solid and stable in her life. Will the passion between them draw them closer or will their passionate, controlling ways keep them apart?
Donna McDonald has written a delightfully witty, light-hearted romance between a younger man and older woman, each who are determined to have their own way. The chemistry between the main characters is electric, while the dynamics of the secondary characters add just the right about of spice and whimsy to the story. Adding to the appeal of the story is the addition of imperfect characters with ‘real’ flaws and relatable issues, as well as characters who are mature in age and experiences. This is a thoroughly enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more from this author and from this series. Side note: I love the cover…ties right in with the whimsical feel of the story.
Note: some of the other reviewers were really bothered by Casey’s dominant attitude and, although it didn’t bother me while I was reading, when I was reading the reviews afterwards, I could see their point. If you are concerned about stuff like this, it may be worth checking out some of the lower star reviews and seeing their thoughts on it. I never thought the author crossed the line with Casey’s behavior, but he is certainly a more controlling/jealous male main than some.
What I find so often in books lately are typos and obvious grammatical errors. Do publishing compamies proofread anymore? I'm not an English major, so it must be pretty bad for me to pick up so many mistakes!