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Monday, January 7

Review: Restoring Jordan by Elizabeth Finn

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Title: Restoring Jordan

By: Elizabeth Finn

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
(December 17th, 2012)

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four books

When Adeline Parker decides to celebrate landing a coveted internship at one of Chicago’s most prestigious architectural firms by indulging in a brutally dark and handsome man, she gets more than she bargained for.
Lost in a maze of hallways on the first day of her new position, she stumbles headlong into a boardroom of suits. Very expensive suits. They are the somebodies of this prestigious firm, and she is, by all accounts, the very definition of a nobody. And sitting at the table with the rest of the principals from the firm is a man—the very man who unwittingly deflowered her only days before.
From the look of it, Jordan Ellinwood is none too happy to see her again; by his own admission, he’s a one-night-stand man, and the fact she conned him into taking her virginity isn’t sitting well with him either. But as her path is inextricably attached to his, their closeness will no longer be a choice.
As an intern, she’s off-limits, and that says nothing of the fact he’s twelve years older than she is. But when coworkers bent on jealousy and resentment threaten her reputation and internship, the long-dormant emotions Jordan has so effectively stifled fight to break free. And as he struggles to get out of his own way long enough to let her see his compassion, her career is jeopardized and leaves him fighting with every last ounce of himself to save her.
Will it be enough? Can he overcome his emotional shortcomings in time to rescue her future and his own—now so very attached to hers?

our thoughts finl

“Ooh, la, la” are the words that come to my mind when the character Adeline describes the mystery man Jordan.  Once they finally meet, those words left my brain for some pretty spicy words that you cannot say on television (or write in reviews J) 

If I had to describe Adeline and Jordan, I would say this: “If they were in high school together, they would have been voted ‘The Cutest Couple.”  However, no one would know of the hot and dirty things this couple did behind closed doors.  This book starts off naughty and keeps it coming. 

Like any good book, it is filled with characters that I loved (Adeline, Jordan, and Bridget) and characters I would have liked to push off a cliff (Mike, Vera, and Jordan’s parents.)  But beyond the characters that I loved and hated, this book was a journey about Adeline trying to see who she was really was and find her self-worth.  And Jordan with his loveless past realizing that these feelings for Adeline are completely new and he is unsure of how to process them. 

Dear character Jordan, wanna be my boyfriend?

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