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Titles in Order Sort by: Latest to First First to Latest. Gift the anticipated final book in the series this holiday. Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles.

She steps into the world of the superrich, working for Leonard Gopnik and his much younger second wife, Agnes. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her new job and New York life. As she begins to mix in New York high society, Lou meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past.

Before long, Lou finds herself torn between Fifth Avenue where she works and the treasure-filled vintage clothing store where she actually feels at home. And when matters come to a head, she has to ask herself: Who is Louisa Clark? And how do you find the courage to follow your heart—wherever that may lead? Funny, romantic, and poignant, Still Me follows Lou as she discovers who she is and who she was always meant to be—and learns to live boldly in her brave new world.

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So, 1 egg magically split or 3 eggs since the far spaced ovulation? Only 1 would be ringing the right doorbell to fertilize an egg but we're to believe it takes all 3 donating to achieve the end goal? The scene described seems to claim everything winds up in the womb via a golden light even though 2 guys would be ringing the wrong doorbell to say hello to an egg or 3. This isn't a bad book, don't get me wrong. I'm intrigued enough, despite the oddities, to read the next.

I just have a lot, a lot, of questions. Hopefully they will be answered in the next book. I gave this a 3 instead of 4 stars because I believe the lost chance at world building could have really elevated this story, and series, exponentially. I know when they said shifters I was hoping for some truly exotic alien animals. The romance was ok, grammar only a few things off-not enough to yank you out of the story. It's a complete HEA, no cliffhanger but does give enough to set up for the next book in the series. Jan 12, To-wine-or-Not-to-whine rated it it was amazing.

I love to read a book that provokes thought, and with this compelling series, Laura Jo Phillips does just that. If you have not read this book or others in the series, please be alerted that some suppliers follow. If you haven't read this series but enjoy a good romance and sci-fi with a touch of drama thrown in, you need to read this!

Here comes a spoiler or two! I think what's great about Lariah as the main female character in the story is her transformation from powerless to powerful female. I I love to read a book that provokes thought, and with this compelling series, Laura Jo Phillips does just that. I think often time authors make the mistake of thinking that a female character can only ever be powerful, but I think it's much more powerful to have her show her Humanity, which is often shown in a small amount of weakness.

And I think it's interesting that in this book Phillips does a great job of bringing about this change not immediately, but throughout the plot of the book. Philips also does a great job of straying from the archetype of the typical heroine. Lariah is all things feminine, but beneath that feminine beauty is her strength. To see her transition be completed with the love from her three men, is completely refreshing this day in age.

I think too often women get caught up in the need to have Independence to see that sometimes it's okay to have a man either be your strength or be the way you find your strength. May 15, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: The writing was "easy on the eye", so to speak.

The world was well detailed and the history very well described, so I did not have any problems getting into the story. I enjoyed the plot line and the direction the story took, plus the characters were likable.

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The sex scenes, though, were too mechanical in my opinion. It was more like reading a manual than an erotica romance, there wasn't much passion behind the actions. I liked reading about Lariah, she was a nice enough female ch The writing was "easy on the eye", so to speak. I liked reading about Lariah, she was a nice enough female character. Of course there were a few choices I did not agree with, but that is more a question of opinion.

The Brothers felt more like one person, than three different ones. Maybe that was the author's intent, seeing as how they all share one soul between them, I don't know, but it did not much like it. I wanted each of them to have their own personalities. I liked how caring the brothers were toward Lariah, though I think they should have been more open with her, taking her opinion in consideration. There were a few positive and negative things about the story, but overall I enjoyed it quite a lot. Jan 31, Shannon rated it liked it.

It's totally a Mary Sue wish fulfillment fantasy, which I'm finding that I really enjoy sometimes. Lariah is a decent heroine, not generally prone to too many ridiculous outbursts. I didn't like her love interests all that much. Garen was the only one with a bare semblance of personality. The others might as well have been called his backup dancers for all the independent thought and action they had.

I don't really like that. If you're going to give me a reverse harem, give me A promising start.

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If you're going to give me a reverse harem, give me some noticeable differences between the guys. I really want to find out more about this world, and I'm curious to see if she's improved as a writer since that first book.

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Oh, and I can't finish this without talking about my one major pet peeve. The author has some pretty specific ideas about gender roles and what is acceptably feminine. Her future Earth seems to be a conservative man's nightmare of what feminism would look like. In some ways, that amused me, but given that I am a feminist myself, I was kind of insulted, and I would have liked to have met other women, most especially Lariah's sister, Ellicia, who serves as a bit of a plot mcguffin for most of the books but who seemed far more interesting in a lot of ways.

They are almost mechanical at times, and the dialog between them that is supposed to be sexy just always falls flat for me. Also, I found myself skipping a lot because there is a l 2. Also, I found myself skipping a lot because there is a lot of "filler" in this book.

So, between the one dimensional characters and the boring filler, I had to just throw in the towel. This type of writing is just not for me. This one actually surprised me. I was expecting just a lot of smutty smut and very little plot,but I was happy to find out that I was wrong. There was still very hot smut time, but I also really enjoyed the plot and I'll definitely be continuing the series though I wish we could stay with the same main characters.

All the right elements for a great shifter story but unfortunately, it was poorly executed. There are multiple shifters, a prophesy and a virgin librarian h, who is human, lots of bad guys, but ultimately there was too much going on. It got confusing, then it just got silly, which is a shame because it started so well. The Hs had no depth but the h did, she was great and if only we a little less, the story would have been more. Enjoyed I enjoyed this series. Although, there were parts that I felt were confusing and moved quickly passed during the beginning , but I still wanted to find out what was going to happen.

By the middle to the end I was deeply embedded in the story and plot.

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Enjoyed and would recommend if you enjoy polyrelationships. Sep 06, Jennifer rated it really liked it. I enjoyed the story itself. It took a little while to get into it. It was extremely slow in some parts but it turned out pretty good.

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My favorite character was Jackson side character. I will continue the series. I really enjoyed the creative aliens and strange bad guys. The language was kind of passive and stilted. But what bothered me most about this book was that absolutely no effort was made to distinguish the brothers from each other. They were carbon-copies with only a single mouthpiece; Garen.

Good read I liked it and would reccomend it to a paranormal romance reader. The flow seemed off at times but not too bad. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Laura Jo Phillips. Other books in the series. The Soul-Linked Saga 8 books. Books by Laura Jo Phillips. The Renegade Angels series is a dark and sexy paranormal trilogy with several connected novellas, in which three factions—angels, lycans, and vampires—are all vying for power and supremacy.

Welcome to the Twilight—where dreams are real—as are Nightmares. Where Guardians fight with glaives against the darkness, protecting humanity from the shadowed enemy that feeds on their deepest fears. The Dangerous series follows the fiery, passionate romance between millionaire Miguel Santos and Faith Bennett, the woman he can't get over and won't let get away again. Lucien Remington hero of "Lucien's Gamble" in Scandalous Liaisons is the proud owner of Remington's, an elite gentlemen's club.

His establishment—and occasionally Lucien himself—can be found in most of my other Regency-set books. You can also catch his heroine, Julienne, in Catching Caroline. The Marquess of Fontaine first appears in "Lucien's Gamble".

His story is told in "Mischief and the Marquess" , which is in Perfect Kisses. Subscribe to Sylvia's Newsletter.