ANIMAL MAGNETISM JILL SHALVIS PDF

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The owner of the truck she hits is Brady Miller. There were a few distracting editing problems, mainly quote marks missing at strategic places that made the reader stop and figure out when a quote started, or who was speaking.

Animal Magnetism (Animal Magnetism, #1) by Jill Shalvis

My favorite scenes involved the two of them just talking. A light and fun romance. Anyway the first forty percent was great but now that the sex is going I’m losing interest and it feels like it’s just dragging along now. There are some cute lines in this book. Get to Know Us. In the beginning we could feel the sexual tension between the characters and could completely understand why Lilah’s panties always seemed to be damp when she thought of Brady ; As soon as I had finished this I went to straight on to the next one and am also looking forward to reading the 3rd installment.

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Lilah also has numerous single men hovering around her. I enjoyed Brady and Lilah, and I appreciate that Ms.

A Million More Pages: Shalvis doesn’t resort to the “big misunderstandings” or a contrived crisi Sometimes all the stars align, and the right book comes along when you’re in exactly the mood for it.

I liked him a lot more than I liked Lilah. Yummy men and cute animals, how can you go wrong?! Una xhalvis divertente e frizzante. Well, the answer to the last question is Animal Magnetism is a cute book, just too much cuteness for me. Book 4 of 7.

Brady through hard-work became a pilot and now he is a pilot who flies to South America etc. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. It turns out that Brady is in Idaho to visit his two brothers as a consequence of being brought up in the same foster home.

I get it that it’s a small town and prospects are slim but really? Mar 1 59 37 May 15, The hero and heroine had so much chemistry and they were so likable. Because when he visits there he finds out no-one with the last name of Reacher has ever lived there.

Apr 09, Heather K dentist in my spare time marked it as to-read Shelves: The characters screamed genuineness and realism with their dynamics and exchanges throughout the book. He and Lilah meet. I love fierce and protective alpha heroes and Jill Shalvis has created one of my favorites!

Animal Magnetism

Problems like this distract from the story somewhat, and the editor should have caught it. Sol, gave Brady the freedom he needed and taught him how to take care of himself. Book 2 of 7. The jil sex scene was not passionate enough. It’s Brady’s nature to resist being tied down, but there’s something about Lilah and her menagerie that keeps him coming back for more. And it’s like it’s all the same. He is a pilot and a photographer who came to Sunshine at his foster brothers insistence.

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Animal lovers with a lot of patience because nothing happens. Then there is our heroine, Lilah. He prefers his life un-complicated, with no roots and no chance of being abandoned and left behind.

I just kept thinking View all 8 comments. So yeah, the puppy got to me and I started reading.

Animal Magnetism Series

Feb 02, Pamela AllHoney rated it it was amazing Shelves: She gives us just enough to use those incredible imaginations magmetism have. Read Jill Shalvis’s blogs and other content on the Penguin Community.

Which isn’t typical for me, I usually have a really hard time liking the female leads in some of these books but Lilah was easy to identify with.