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by Susan Mallery

  • Author: Susan Mallery
  • ISBN: 0373247788
  • ISBN13: 978-0373247783
  • ePub: 1732 kb | FB2: 1175 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Silhouette Special Edition; Original edition (August 29, 2006)
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 571
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The Ladies' Man (Positively Pregnant) ePub download

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Book 2 of 3 in the Positively Pregnant Series. So much so when I finished this one all that went through my head was "What was she thinking?" This story is rushed. The characters are not well developed, in fact, some of them are so cliche as to be caricatures. The positively pregnant series is absolutely the best series Susan has written. I have all four, and keep hoping for more, or updated stories on these four. Mischief bay and fool's gold can't compare.

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She'd resolved to "act more sophisticated" and "get out more." But the rumpled bedding, the coffee brewed by other hands and The Note reminded Rachel Harper that she'd done something completely out of character. She'd brought a man home from a bar.And apparently made a baby.She'd been nervous to tell Carter Brockett the news. Oh, she felt strangely safe with him despite his dangerous looks. Worse, she liked him. But what must he think of the naive schoolteacher who'd lost control and gotten herself knocked up? After all, the man had a legion of exes who'd been unable to snare a commitment, and here she had a forever-binding one!Then she remembered. He'd lost control, too….
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The Ladies' Man:

Over the years I've read several of Mallery's books and really enjoyed them. So much so when I finished this one all that went through my head was "What was she thinking?"

This story is rushed. The characters are not well developed, in fact, some of them are so cliche as to be caricatures. OK, we have a hot one night stand on the part of a woman who doesn't do them and a man who does them all the time. His ex-girlfriends are practically a fan club.

She doesn't want to rush into anything, only wants to marry for love. He is a commitment-phobe, for unknown reasons, yet has a lot of ex-girlfriends who are devoted to him. Some have been adopted by his mama into the family. That makes no sense to me. why continue to hang around a man who has made it ever so clear he is not going to ever love you?

Anyway, as you can tell from the subtitle our heroine conceives as a result of the one night stand of unprotected sex (and who does that anymore???) and they have to deal with the consequences. All they have between them is sexual chemistry. He doesn't particularly like her otherwise and she is greatly put off by the hundreds of exes. Of course they fall in love, but this is what bothers me about this story. How? Why? It just happens without any transition from "ok we're having a baby and we'll be friendly about it and share the parenting" to falling in love and getting engaged. Especially on the part of the commitment-phobe.

This story needed more time, needed better-developed characters, needed better-developed motivation for the main characters. Not worthy of Mallery.

Some Kind of Wonderful. Read this as part of the on-going project to help a friend develop a reading list for her group, Adult Children of Parents with PTSD.

Our hero, Zach, certainly has PTSD. Boy, does he have it. Brittany, our heroine, is the exact opposite, almost a goody two shoes she has had such a stable home life that even her parents' divorce and virtual abandonment didn't register for what it was. I didn't find her in the least bit believable.

Zach, on the other rings true up to a point. Yes, he is in the system which pretty much fails him, but by eight years old, he really could not have been beyond hope and if that first foster family was all that loving, why didn't they put the poor kid into therapy when he was obviously begging for help? Why didn't the State of Maine require it? And when he ended up more or less adopted into the home of Philip and Cecile Law, why didn't they? He claims to have lived his life having turned them off by the time he was eight and couldn't turn them back on again. Therapy at age eight would have helped.

Yes, this is another one of those books where the love of a good woman heals PTSD and that is a bit of nonsense that needs to be squelched. Learning to manage the symptoms of PTSD is hard work and should not be glossed over. It's an insult to all who have to live with PTSD. In any event, Zach's transition is much too abrupt. It lacks credibility.

There is no excuse whatsoever for "illicit" getting into the final copy when "elicit" is meant. Whoever proofread this failed. Whoever edited this failed. You want me to spend my hard-gained money on your books? Then pay me the courtesy to use words correctly.

Another thing that annoys me is internal inconsistencies within a story that an editor should have found. Morgan says this about Zach, "Unlike everyone else he has ever met in his life, she believed in him." So I guess when Philip Law took Zach under his wing during the summers at camp, taught him to fly planes as Philip and his wife more or less adopted Zach, they weren't demonstration any belief in Zach.

Evidently, there is a whole series about Puffin Island and the inappropriate, intrusive neighbors and the complete lack of mind your own business. I've not read the ones that came before this in the series and don't feel I missed anything.
Chi
I gave it a five because it addressed a growing problem in our country about abused children .
Zachary came out ahead of the majority of foster kids because he had one in ten thousand foster family's who cared to make a difference.
In this land of liberty you need License to keep a dog, but you don't need to know a thing to bring a precious child into this world. That should really change
I did a small survey of my granddaughter and ten girls in her class and non of them want to bring parents.
I always wanted children and my sister never did. Not to brag but my children grew into
responsible loving adults unlike my sister's children
Some kind of wonderful should get (10) ten and ladies man a (5) five.
My friends and relatives know that I love Susan Mallery and so do they.
Grinin
I loved the first book by Sarah Morgan in the series "Puffin Island." This story also met those expectations. It's written in the first person by both main characters. It's a sweet take on a break up that may have potential to mend again. The writing is great and the characters are very well developed. I'd buy it again!

The first story in the book is also cute. Much shorter and a little predictable but otherwise a nice short read.
Atineda
This story was so good I couldn't put it down. Laughter, love, friendship, tears and a good fight. The story that has an emotional scene that makes you want them to work it out with the hate. I love it, but one made me laugh and cry...I just had to read it to the end before I could sleep...
Buriwield
I love Susan Mallery books. She is one author who I will read anything and everything she writes. You tend to get caught up in the stories and can't seem to put them down. I can read an entire novel in a day (more like a few hours). Be prepared to sit and be memorized.
Sharpbinder
Exactly as described. Great service.
Humin
The positively pregnant series is absolutely the best series Susan has written. I have all four, and keep hoping for more, or updated stories on these four. Mischief bay and fool's gold can't compare.
Enjoyable read. Good author.
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