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I attratcion this book and the first one in the series too! Even if that means awkwardly having to climb over people to get to in the middle of the booth so there are women women between men. Her latest, Animal Attraction, blows that reputation to smithereens.

Animal Magnetism Series

New York Times bestselling attracton Jill Shalvis lives in a small town in the Sierras with her family and far too many assorted quirky characters. Parrots don’t really talk like that so it got exceptionally annoying with the parrot having conversations with them.

But I was able to get past that and trust that she’d deliver the HEA it is a romance after all. But I had a little problem with Jade here. That shhalvis to be a little irritating, along with the fact Jade has said she’s leaving soon and Dell never asks her to stay.

Not Another Bad Date. Ji,l was wearing dark blue scrubs that looked annoyingly good on him, the bottoms of which had slipped low in the scuffle, revealing a inch or two of forest green knit boxers and a strip of smooth, slightly paler znimal, not to mention the hint of prime male ass. I really like this author. She escaped to Sunshine eighteen months ago after an attack at gunpoint shook her to the core in her hometown of Chicago. You could feel the tension and jealousy rolling off of Jade every time she had to watch or schedule one of his dates.


Ffee animals aren’t cute this time but annoying. Shalvis’s storytelling had me laughing one minute, and all t Read it in one day They can be read as stand-alone and I recommend you jump to number two bypassing number one.

Parts of it frustrated me so much that I started screaming at the characters, so I finally decided to give it two stars instead of three. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Dell and Jade are both so likable, they made me smile throughout, from start to finish. Feb 07, Karla rated it it was amazing Recommended to Karla by: Unconcerned about the display, Dell gave Gertie a full body rub, then pushed her off of him.

Animal Attraction summed up in two words: He was bending low to whisper to the kitten, using that low, undeniably authoritative but oh-so-mesmerizing voice, the one that could melt the panties off a female at five paces. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. I’m seeing an unfortunate trend here, and I think maybe I should avoid her books in the future. Animal Magnetism was my absolute favorite book by her, so you can imagine my excitement for the second in this series.


Feb 28, Danielle rated it it was amazing.

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Ok where am I going with this? He takes care of the pets needs and then takes care of the female owner’s needs. View all 25 comments. Jade Bennett couldn’t be happier to escape her past for the quiet ranching town of Sunshine, Idaho.

Overall, I really enjoyed Animal Attraction. Jade grew up in a good family with happily married parents. It would be nice if this focused on something other than just the physical.

Animal Attraction

But Peanut was fun and so adorable! I think animals add to a story and it was the case here.

The title should be at least 4 characters long. And Dell laughed softly. Dell never got tired of watching her, and never failed to smile when the last thing she did was consult her ani,al to-do spreadsheets to make sure everything had been done, even though she knew damn well it had been.

She just happened to use a plot device that I don’t care for: