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Second, give me a protagonist that isn't insecure or whiny about why she doesn't deserve a good-looking man.For the love of god to writers everywhere, as women in today's society we have enough hang-ups about so many things that we certainly don't need to read about Rating: 3.5 stars I truly enjoyed Fearsome (and I’m in love with the cover! First, the story is way too long for the given plot.She has worked hard fulfilling her role as a child prodigy and graduating college years before her peers. Unfortunately, she’s also the dateless young woman. JJessica Channing’s big city life should be more exciting than sixty-hour work weeks and popcorn nights with her girlfriends, but it’s not.She has worked hard fulfilling her role as a child prodigy and graduating college years before her peers. Unfortunately, she’s also the dateless young woman. Jess’s rigid, predictable life upends when she must visit a small, obscure town to deal with a relative’s death.Despite her often repeated brilliance, she is completely inept when it comes to dealing with people or understanding their feelings even when they are very direct (for example, keep telling her they love her).While it's very clear why the leading man is likable, chiseled perfect body, amazing personality, small town charm, can fix anything, will cook for her, will wait for her, will put her first, will keep trying no matter how many times he gets turned down, it's unclear what Jessica's appeal is.Jessica evolves as a woman as she spends time with each of them and learns about truly living life and what it means to let go and finally allow herself to fall in love.“I don’t care who you’ve slept with in the past. What I do want, however, is to be the first and last guy you fall in love with.”This is the perfect story if you are in between books and trying to figure out what to read next, this will hold you over and keep you absolutely entertained. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Yes, she has issues** My original review was posted on It’s a fun, smart, quick read and I found myself laughing out loud many, many times. She is smart, sarcastic, dedicated and freaking funny!I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Yes, she has issues (we all do) and yes, sometimes she makes the dumb mistakes.
I use the word "we" because I know I'm not alone in feeling this way.Moving to Hera puts her in the path of two gorgeous brothers, Dylan and Carson. The whole thing with Dylan felt unrealistic, especially the way the whole town is just SO sure she's supposed to be with his grumpy millionaire brother who supposedly "doesn't date"Then there's the old trope about the man whore who doesn't bring women to his home. Jess seemed like an interesting, unique character, but it felt like the author really dropped the ball from there.Although she quickly falls for Dylan, she is quick to realize that this isn’t the right brother for her. But admitting that fact seems to prove problematic for her. He loves his brother to a fault and takes care of everyone around him. She just fell flat for me, and by about 75% of the book became incredibly annoying.However, their similarities end there with Dylan being friendly, charismatic and charming where Carson is bossy, gruff and cold in the beginning. I won't give away who she chooses or what happens, but her coldness, how she stomps on the hero's feelings, and her incessant jealousy and insecurity were really difficult to get past.Despite the loads of beautiful women in the hero's circle, he only has eyes for Jessica.