Superb and Sexy

Superb and Sexy

Book - 2008
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In Smart and Sexy and Strong and Sexy, USA Today-bestselling author Shalvis introduced the gorgeous pilots of Sky High Air. Now Brody, the brooding bad boy, is about to take on the one woman who may be able to keep him grounded.
Publisher: New York : Brava/Kensington Publishing Corp., 2008
ISBN: 9780758221841
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 281 p. ; 21 cm


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Sep 04, 2014

18/6 - I immediately got the feeling that the book is telling me "You should have read the first two books first. You've been warned." They keep talking about past events and stuff I would've known if I'd read books one and two. I wish publishers would put series number/position on the publishers page or the 'other books by this author' page, it would be really useful to us readers who like to read a series in order.

19/6 - In the end I liked him, but not so much her. I didn't understand her continued reticence towards a more long-term relationship with Brody, no proper explanation was given for why Maddie was more comfortable with a no-strings kind of thing, just that she was. He on the other hand was much more loveable, the alpha male who falls hard and says "I love you" first - always makes my heart melt when that happens.

I thought the 'danger' from uncle Rick was negligible, I didn't feel any tension or fear from any of the characters when they were discussing or interacting with him, or any of his goons. We're told they're the bad guys, but they felt so cardboardy that if I hadn't been told that he was a bad guy, I would never have known. Rick's compared to Tony Soprano and cement shoes are brought up, but it was a bit of a joke. If Tony ever met Rick he'd knock him out with one punch, tie him up in the basement (no need to worry about Rick's men, they'd take one look at a real 'dangerous man' and be on the first boat off the island) and teach him a thing or two about how to intimidate people. Thinking about Rick and his intimidation tactics makes me want to start singing "That Don't Impress Me Much" to his face.

dpicone1 Aug 07, 2014

last book of this series. A little bit of suspense and romance great series. Love her writing.

booklady1 Jan 24, 2014

A plot that delivers both suspense and romance. I wish the ending was different. I didn't like it...but it was still a good read.

Jun 11, 2013

Pretty good book --- just thought the ending when they "get" the bad guy was lame - not nearly dramatic enough considering all the trouble they had to go through during the entire book. Still a good read though!


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Sep 04, 2014

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