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You can download any book by ruthie knox in PDF for free at weinratgeber.info knox tuebl, ruthie knox epub vk, ruthie knox about last night, ruthie knox goodreads. details, examples, and help! 1 PART - 1 - FICTION/ABOUT LAST NIGHT, by Ruthie Knox/About Last Night_ A Loveswept C - Ruthie Knox. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY LIBRARY JOURNAL RITA finalist and New York Times bestselling author Ruthie Knox kicks off a steamy.
She did an excellent job of bringing out tears through natural processes dealing with love and walls. The sex scenes were hot and greatly proportioned within the story. There wasn't the same repletion of it that would make one feel this belonged behind a black insert on a shelf at the local grocery store. A scene worthy of mentioning; it was written so well and so appropriate placed in the story, that even though I did not get a full start to finish scene description of what happened, the small and hot preview left me well sated with it.
It became one of my favorite books because instead of thinking about how many more pages left before it ended and I could walk away, I felt dreadful more to the impending conclusion. In my afterglow of this story I resolved that it was perfect in leaving me wishing there was more but knowing that a second book or additional pages would taint my euphoric opinion of it.
Finally, I cannot hold on the editing aspect of this because quite frankly, I was never one of those perfect grammar girls. The one thing about the English language I know for sure it is that there is always an exception to the rule. Also, I am a loyal member with Wattpad site for unpublished works and editing is one of those things I've managed to overlook so much that I have inadvertently picked up as a bad habit.
So, I really can't make a call to that aspect of it. The only other negative thing about this story, I did feel that the first chapter did begin relatively slow but quickly remedied that in the second chapter.
I read it the first time back in and fell in love with Cath and City.
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I grabbed the audible copy up when I saw it on the discount list and fell in love all over again Nev Chamberlain "City" is in my top five book boyfriend list.
This sexy Brit is kind, thoughtful, a sexy artist wrapped up in a stylish business suit, and not afraid to go the extra mile to win the love of the woman who has stolen his heart. Mary Catherine "Cath" Talarico has worked hard to put her past mistakes completely behind her and is certain "City" is all wrong for her But she can't make herself stay away and I wouldn't even try and finds herself wrapped in his arms night after night. This story is so good that even though I've read it twice before, I was up until the early hours of the morning to get to the end in one sitting The writing is excellent, the dialogue witty and engaging, the main characters are both impossible not to love, the romance is as sigh-worthy as it gets, and the sex scenes are steamy and sensual acts of love.
This book was my introduction to Ruthie Knox, and it was a wake-up call to me about how fresh and exciting contemporary romance can be. I re-read it this weekend because I've been in a bit of a reading slump and I wanted a reliable pick-me-up, which About Last Night definitely is. Upon this second reading, I discovered it was every bit as good as I remembered.
Mary Catherine "Cath" Talerico is a Chicago native living in London, working as an assistant curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum putting together an exhibit on historical knitwear. She's made a lot of mistakes in life, and in order not to forget, she has tattooed reminders of four of her worst mistakes on her skin: She has a fifth tat, as well--a phoenix rising from the ashes--symbolizing Cath's determination to reinvent herself.
In order to stay on the straight and narrow, New Cath lives by a lot of rules. She doesn't drink. She doesn't date. She works, she exercises, she pays her bills barely. However, when she has to go on a blind date to secure access to a prize piece for the knitting exhibit because Plot , a combination of maudlin Patsy Cline cover songs and unexpectedly potent mixed drinks make short work of Cath's "rules", and she wakes up in banker Neville "City" Chamberlain's bed with only a sketchy memory of how she got there.
Cath has seen Nev on the train to work and exercising in the park, and she thinks she has him all figured out--immaculate suits, polished shoes and briefcase, straight-razor shave--he's a banker whose neat and orderly life cannot possibly have room for a girl as messy and disorderly as Cath.
There is so much that I love about this book: I love the premise, the tattoos on Cath's skin and the way it takes the whole book to unravel the history of each. I love both Cath and Neville's characters, how fully realized they are, how their jobs especially Cath's and routines are fully drawn and relevant to the story rather than the more typical fare where people go to the office and do vaguely office-y things all day, just because a character's gotta work.
I love their sexual chemistry, which crackles off the page but advances the plot and is exciting without being gratuitous. I love the dialogue, which is sharp and funny and exactly the right amount.
I love that both Cath and Nev take care of their own needs rather than counting on the other to rescue them. I love the feels this book brings.
All the feels.
That's not at all to say this book is perfect. As much as I understand how important Cath's rules are to her-- she doesn't want a relationship, so she'll come over to Nev's but won't let him cook her dinner; he can bring her a treat for the train, but she won't tell him what time she'll be at the station; she won't tell him where she lives or works --they do seem kind of gimmicky and childish sometimes, and you kind of wonder why Nev would be so tolerant of her arbitrary and selfish restrictions.
Then you remember, oh, right, because Sex. The plot also takes a turn toward predictable disaster when Nev brings Cath home to meet his family under a plot-advancing but credulity-challenging ruse in which they're feigning marriage. This section of the book goes just exactly the way you'd expect it to, which is to say not well at all.
During these chapters, Cath wins over Nev's parents entirely too easily, too, but since that's a minor plot point it didn't bother me much. Some people are really bothered by the ending, in which Nev who is an artist as well as a banker incorporates the stories of Cath's tattoos into paintings which he publicly displays. I didn't mind it because it fits so well into the narrative frame of the story -- Cath's tattoos, and what they mean to her, and what they come to mean to Nev, are such a central theme -- but I understand that outside of fantasy, it might be kind of squicky to turn someone's private body art into paintings which you display publicly and without the subject's consent.
On the whole, though, I love this book so much, I recommend it to romance-skeptics all the time as an example of the best of the genre.
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Her debut novel, Ride with Me, is probably the only existing cross-country bicycling love story. The first edition of this novel was published in June 11th , and was written by Ruthie Knox.
The book was published in multiple languages including English language, consists of pages and is available in ebook format. The main characters of this romance, romance story are ,. New York Times best-selling author of sexy, witty contemporary romance with Random House. RITA finalist. Mom to Kidlet, plus runner hiker biker baker reader.
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When a buttoned-up banker falls for a bad girl, "about last night" is just the beginning. If her writing is anything like what I have read in this book, I see myself reading many more of her novels. Mary Catherine Cath Talarico is a 26 year old lost soul. Posted June 19, by Tracy in Reviews 4 Comments. So many, in fact, that this Chicago girl knows London is her last, best shot at starting over. About Last Night. I'm not Patrick was the last thing she'd expected him to say.
Though to be fair, she was hard-pressed to come up with a list of things he might reasonably have said. I adore you, Amber. I want to marry you. Or maybe, I want to take you out to my truck and teach you what sex is supposed to feel like.
She wasn't innocent enough to think it would be romantic if he said any of those things. Not at all. It would be creepy. And probably also terrifying.
People get us confused a lot. The shorter brother, who didn't do as much of the work or the bossing around.
Patrick the troublemaker. Maybe Tony was the nice one. Though if he'd looked like the nice one, she certainly wouldn't have developed such a desperate, inadvisable crush on him. No, she liked his rough edges.
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The way his hair stuck out underneath his hard hat and clung to the back of his neck, a few weeks overdue for a visit with the scissors. The way his hands always looked so beat up when he held the door open for her-a dark blood blister under his thumbnail, a crack in one knuckle. A man who worked hard, knew what he wanted, and didn't take flak from anybody. Though what she was denying, she couldn't say.
That she'd wanted to know where he lived? That she minded going into basements with strange men? She did mind. Or she would, normally. It was just that the tornado siren had short-circuited her brain.
And also, his voice was rich and dark and delicious. He wasn't a big talker, and maybe that was because his voice was such a valuable substance, he had to ration it. She might actually be able to live on it for the next week. Height and weight?
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He smiled. Amber thought she just might die. It was dazzling. Tony Mazzara had a dazzling smile. Like a toothpaste commercial dipped in a porn movie.
He had nice eyes. Dark, dark brown eyes and wavy black hair. A face like his name, like it should have been chiseled out of marble, with a big Mediterranean nose, high cheekbones, and one of those brows that could go dark and menacing and make a girl shiver. His mouth was probably illegal. She needed to stop cataloging him, because it only made the blushing, perky thing worse.
The guy she now realized was his brother gave her sly looks whenever the two of them passed her. Looks that said, I see the way you watch him. Everybody sees. She wanted to tell him, It's not like you think. I'm not mooning over him. I'm trying to figure out a way to drag him into my bed and tie him up. But that was such baloney. She was mooning over him. A mile or so over that way.
Compromise my virtue? Shall we go find ourselves a corner to huddle in? The buzz of the fluorescent lights overpowered the sound of the rain. They might not even notice the all clear when it went off.
If he'd been thinking, he would have brought the radio with him. Or pulled his cell phone out of his truck instead of leaving it lying on the front seat like an idiot.
It was a full basement, one he'd been in before several times, but he'd never paid much attention. He'd usually been focused on the electrical box or the ductwork or some other thing he needed to mess with to get a job done. Now he really looked, impressed with whoever had imposed order on the large space. There were several rows of shelves with neatly stacked and sorted equipment-balls, uniforms, climbing harnesses, pool chemicals and floats-all kinds of stuff.
The building used to belong to the college, but they'd given it to the village of Camelot after they constructed a new athletic center a few years back. Now some rich local had died and left money to pay for the new wing, which would add a studio for aerobics classes, a big workout room, some meeting areas, and another locker room just for families with little kids. By the time it was done, the center would be twice as nice as the Y in Mount Pleasant, which was where Camelot residents had to go now if they wanted to belong to a gym.
Amber returned, frowning an apology. No phone down here.
I couldn't even find a jack. You're always so careless. Didn't you listen to the weather? He had, but he'd figured he'd be done and home before the storm hit. Then he got distracted by the unholy mess the electrical guys had left behind.
Tony hadn't wanted the site to stay trashed all weekend long. Stuff like that made the company look bad. He'd picked up, started running the shop vac, and the next thing he knew the siren was going off, and he'd kept her late again. Kept her from her mother. His mouth twitched into a smile at the memory of the conversation. Amber flicked on a bank of switches in the middle of the room, illuminating the back half, and turned around.All Rights Reserved. We should play Twenty Questions or something.
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