Alicia Cameron

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Sexy

I enjoyed this story, it had cute, funny, emotional, and sexy moments. Sebastien seems like the sort of guy any woman would want to be with. And that's refreshing to read about. Just a question but I hope him and Becca kept his cats? :)

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Plot twists

Wow, this story had me hooked from the beginning. There were so many plot twists, just when J.T. thought he'd won, something else happened. You're a very creative writer, and I don't know if this was your first story but it's well done.

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Addicting

A rich business CEO (Tobias) has never had a girlfriend because he doesn't date, instantly promotes one of his fairly new employees (Ruby) to be his PA for no real reason other than her education. Tobias has a reputation, and is known to be cold, but Ruby breaks through his wall and gets to know the real him. He does things for her that confuse her emotions: one minute he is cold, the next he acts like he cares for her.

While all this is going on, Ruby is being threatened by her ex, Ben, who somehow stalked her all this way after she moved to get away from him. He begins to threaten her life by sending photos of her and Tobias at the ball, harassing her at work, and threatening her in her apartment. She had been in a toxic relationship with him, but he took it as that she'd loved him rather than she only was with him because she was lonely. He assumed she still loved him, which was why he continued to stalk her. I understand what it's like dealing with a stalker ex who I was in a toxic relationship with, although I am glad that it never got to the dangerous, life-threatening level like it did with Ruby and Ben.

I found I couldn't stop reading. The only problem with Tobias was that he kind of forced his wealth on Ruby, which made both her and me uncomfortable. I don't find that trait desirable in a guy. It seemed like soon after they met, her life revolved around him, because he very quickly took control of her wellbeing rather than letting her be independent of him.

All in all, I would say a well-written book about a forbidden relationship and assumed (on Ruby's part) unrequitted love. I totally understand what it's like to be so attracted to someone that you know you're in love with them (as I was with my best friend at the time, for a long time, but we never dated), but any time you attempt to make an advancement, they turn you down so you assume they don't have the same feelings. The cliffhanger was quite shocking, leaving me wanting to read the next book to see what happens.

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Ghouls, Ghosts, Haunted Houses

I don't normally read horror, but I found this story and it sucked me in. I wanted to know who lived and who died, how they died, if they were ever going to get out of the house. It definitely had me on the edge of my seat. I couldn't stop reading. Although you can't really get attached to any of the characters, because you never know who is going to end up a victim next. Nobody is really safe. Usually there are a couple of characters who have "main character status" and that you can predict they are the ones who aren't going to die. But in this story, even though Victoria is the main voice, she could easily be the next victim.

The suspense is great. So great that I wanted to read as fast as possible to find out what happened. And then...the ending. It was a little disappointing. I was a bit confused, though, and there's still some things left unanswered. I hope to read book two at some point to bring some conclusion to everything. Also, there were points when the point of view randomly skipped between characters, which could get a little confusing, but even so it was pretty easy to figure out who was speaking. I do kind of wish that they had spent more time trying to figure out how to get out of there and break the hold that the spirit had on them (is there a spell? a chant? maybe do an exorcism? a sacrifice?) rather than just sort of accepting their fate.

All in all, great job. You took a plot that has been done (teenagers spend the night in a haunted house) and still made it suspenseful. I enjoyed reading this story and look forward to book 2.

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Great love story

Some stuff was a little repetitive, and again, predictable. But I still wanted to keep reading until the end, and I am hoping that there is a 3rd book. If this book gets published, I will buy it. I love Sydney and Conrad's relationship. It's a refreshing example of a good, healthy relationship that girls and women should look up to, instead of the thinly veiled abusive relationships starring in novels these days which gain popularity and fame quicker than writing about a normal relationship that goes through some struggles. Of course, Sydney and Conrad's relationship is anything but normal. But hopefully now they can start their life together.

Also, I will be a little disappointed if, in the next book, Sydney and Conrad have kids very shortly after getting married. Or Sydney reveals that she's pregnant. In my opinion, they should have more time together to enjoy each other and travel (since they have the money to) before having the responsibilities of children. Besides, what if Conrad's hand gets better, and he decides that he wants to do one more tour before getting into having a family? And Sydney still wants to pursue her career at some point. I guess I'll have to wait and see. Hopefully the next book will be released on here soon.

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Addicting

The story definitely kept me reading, but some of the plot was a little predictable. Even still, the ending was sad and I didn't want Conrad and Sydney to break up. I was also 18 in my senior year so it's not unheard of. I prefer to read novels of older/college-aged adults anyway. Great story, looking forward to reading the next part. I hope this one gets published.

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Creepy

So creepy and once again an ending with a twist that I wasn't expecting. Great job at keeping me entertained.

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