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I believed in sex, once upon a time. And passion. But now my life as a single, divorced career girl living alone in New York City was all about work. I hadn't had a date in years.
But then he came along . . . Alexandre Chevalier. The French CEO billionaire of HookedUp, the social media phenomenon that had taken the world by storm.
He was the most beautiful man I'd ever seen, and with eyes so green they seared into my soul.
Like a flash of lightning he struck me down . . . his touch was electric, and I knew my life was irrevocably changed. I'd never be the same again.
He awakened every fiber of my being, ignited every cell in my body.
And just when I thought things couldn't be more perfect . . .
It all came crashing down.
I'd had it with all the crazy women in my life: the models, the movie stars, even my power-hungry sister and business partner. If you'd had a past like mine, you'd understand.
I just wanted a normal relationship with a normal woman . . .
And then I met her . . . Pearl Robinson.
She was perfect for me.
Or so I thought.
But I was in for a shocking surprise when I found out the truth . . .
Of who she really was.
Reading order: (All books OUT NOW!)
Hooked Up #1
Hooked Up #2
Hooked Up #3
This is a three-part complete series totalling over 1,000 print pages.
Just skip it
The whole two sided perspective gets really old after the first two chapters. She doesn't repeat each scene verbatim, but it's close enough to lead to boredom. In case you were wondering, the book ends in a cliff hanger which I find annoying. It didn't grab my interest enough to purchase the second book in the series.
Horribly repetitive. The story progresses so slowly because everything is said by her point of view and then his. It's hard to stay intrigued when you know exactly what's happening. I had to stop reading because I was bored.
So, So Boring
This book is incredibly boring and the POV makes every 'chapter' very repetitive. I don't have anything wrong with two POVs but how she executed it poorly.
The story line isn't original which is very identifiable at the beginning of the book.
I would not recommend, I'm glad I got it when it was free because it would have been a waste of money.