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Saturday, December 29

Review: Not Planning on You by Sydney Landon

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Title: Not Planning on You

By: Sydney Landon

Series: A Danvers Novel #2

My Copy: Ebook from Publisher through Edelweiss

BookWhisperer Rating:

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Suzy Denton seems to have it all together. She loves her job as an event's planner for Danvers International, and she loves her high school sweetheart and fiance Jeff. Fast forward a month and it's all gone to hell in a hand-basket. She finds out Jeff's dentist has been doing more than drilling his teeth, and Danvers is in the process of merging with Mericom creating the largest communications company in the US and also bringing Gray Merimon, the CEO of Mericom into her life.
Gray pursues her from almost their first meeting. Even though he looks like sex on a stick, Suzy is afraid of being hurt again, and she thinks Gray is just another stuffed shirt looking for a relationship. When he calls her bluff, Suzy agrees to one night of sex, hoping that he will be terrible in bed and she can finally get him out of her system.
When circumstances throw them together for more than one night, can Gray convince Suzy that two complete opposites can be a perfect fit?

our thoughtsNot Planning on You jumps right into Gray and Suzy following the epilogue of Weekends Required. Although, do not worry Gray and Suzy has had plenty of past in the year not mentioned at the conclusion of Book one. We will have the pleasure of experiencing these moments through book two's journey. The potential that I recognized previously was used exceptionally well here. Suzy and Gray's story is unique and intriguing. They are not your ordinary couple which enlightens us with a wonderful story of intensity and wit. I still would have rated this a 3.5 that I rounded to 4, but I believe it surpasses the entertainment that I found in Jason's story. I am eager to check out the next book that was previewed as Beth and Nick's story. I look for the gradual progressions of talent that I seen with the past two installments.

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