[PDF / Epub] ☆ Impossible to Resist (The Men of Wolff Mountain, #3) By Janice Maynard – Agedanna.info

She was shiny, witty, sassy, beauty He was brooding but honorable lone wolf But I hate him even if he was not intentionally cruel In fact H was not guilty due to rule 5 of Harveyland, H must deny being with h to refrain pain There are lots of horrible Hs of vintage HPs but I really hate this H There must be a disconnection between wires of my brain Luckily, at the end he grovelled nicely and h didn t forgive him immediately. Sweet love story with 2 very likable characters Very good book I liked both Ariel and Jacob Jacob had closed off his emotions after losing too many people who were close to him He had been hurt too much to want to risk it again When Ariel came to him and appealed to him as a doctor to help her out, he couldn t say no But he was also leery, as she attracted him as no woman had in years Ariel needed Jacob s help as a doctor She couldn t risk anyone knowing of her health issues while she was filming her new movie, so she talked Jacob into posing as her boyfriend Neither one expected to find the other irresistible I liked the way that Jacob stepped up when Ariel needed his help, even though he knew it would be difficult for him personally He really did try to do what he felt was right Ariel knew she could easily fall in love with Jacob, but thought she would be able to control herself I liked the way that she was so open and real with the people on the movie set, and the way that everyone liked and respected her I loved the way that Jacob came running when she needed him at the end, and I loved the conclusion. I thought it was stupid I didn t like the characters I didn t like the plot I didn t like all the illness death It wasn t realistic and I couldn t relate. A Wolff Mates For Life Imposing And Brooding, Dr Jacob Wolff Has Built A Wall Around His Heart As Impregnable As The Mountain On Which He Lives Until, With One Simple Request, Hollywood Beauty Ariel Dane Knocks It Down Ariel Needs Jacob To Pose As Her Lover But Weeks On Location With The Young, Sassy Extrovert Torture The Reclusive Doctorand Her Seductive Body Teases Him, Making Him Burn White Hot And Hungry Ariel Hired Him To Protect Her, Not Bed Her And Now Jacob Finds Himself In An Untenable Situation Lusting For The One Woman He Can Never Have This book is a typical Harlequin Desire length yet somehow it seemed really short It s the story of the third Wolff brother, Dr Jacob and a Hollywood starlet, Ariel Dane Ariel has come to Jacob to ask him to masquerade as her boyfriend while shooting her next film in Antigua She contracted malaria months ago and fears she might have another attack which would risk her Oscar worthy role If Jacob is there he can attend her and make excuses without revealing the illness I m not sure why the story didn t work for me but I suspect it was the constant distinction between their ages I wasn t bothered with the 8 year gap That s perfectly acceptable to me even if Ariel is 22 and that s young, regardless of growing up in Hollywood Dr Jacob is 30 and for the past 5 years and really his whole life has lived in isolation So the age backgrounds wasn t a concern until Jacob kept reiterating just how young she was He already called her young or brat every chance he got and then in intimate moments he d realize just how much MORE young she truly was Okay, gross Plus, Ariel has a secret in the end and no matter how grown up she is I never believed her boldness where Jacob was involved Jacob said she was often like two separate women and that felt true, but I m not sure believable. Dr Jacob Wolff is wealthy and reclusive So when a young actress comes to his office and asks him to be her personal doctor and stand in boyfriend, he s a bit reluctant to agree Ariel needs a fake boyfriend Preferably one who is a doctor She has something making her ill If Dr Wolff is her boyfriend and secretly treating her, no one will realize she s sick and she can continue her job without danger of losing it It s the perfect plan or so she thinks.The premise for this story was amusing The story flowed smoothly enough But I couldn t relate to any of the characters Ariel s personality was all across the board and the switches felt abrupt Jacob was nice enough, but almost too nice He was boring This is a fast, light read But it certainly isn t anything that will grip or enthrall you.I received this book free of charge from Harlequin in exchange for my honest review. I can t say I hated it I actually enjoyed it, even if the middle 150 or so pages was a repetition of the you are too young for me 8 years is too young and you don t want to settle down tropes There was the intermittent story of Ariel s mother s serious illness to add a bit of angst, and a few other secondary characters to get to know a little bit, but overall, if you want a story to read quickly that won t tax your brain this may be the one for you.Please see my cmplete review on Sept 22, 2012 at I don t normally read Harlequin Desire, but since I m a member of Tell Harelquin, I read it, and was very surprised that I loved it I thought Jacob was portrayed especially well the guy is HOT And while I didn t completely identify with Ariel all the time she s a movie star, and I don t have much experience in That field, LOL , I really liked the two of them together The book held my attention from beginning to end, and I really enjoyed it It was a pleasant escape If I see future books by Janice Maynard, I will definitely read them. This was just ok for mea few things that bothered me were the frequent references to the age difference between Jacob and Ariel it wasn t even that much , however it kept me thinking he was robbing the cradle, and then Jacob s little pet names for her just made it that much disturbing The Epilogue could have been better Impossible to Resist (The Men of Wolff Mountain, #3)

About the Author: Janice Maynard

Janice Maynard came to the writing life early When her third grade short story, The Princess and the Robbers , won a red ribbon in a school arts fair, Janice was hooked She followed up that early success with a commercial piece in the sixth grade Why My Mom Loves To Drink Coke No advance for that one, but she won a six pack of Coke remember those great little bottles In junior high Ja

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