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Jenna Bayley-Burke (Author of Compromising Positions)
Trivia About Compromising Posi Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Jemna Strong has rules about the women he spends time with and there are many, many rules.
Cancel Thanks for telling us about the problem. There was something magical about the connection between the hero and heroine, their strange and twisted “not a relationship” and the deception that was a part of their lives compromiisng to them. Mar 04, Lyndi W. Jan 13, Ellelou rated it really liked it.
Behind the Book: Compromising Positions by Jenna Bayley-Burke
Wow, this was am absolute joy to read!!! I also don’t bayley-byrke how a virgin albeit one familiar with a vibrator can be such a sexual creature without ever having even watched porn. He has had a lot of loss in his life that has led to his opinions and views on relationships, and a lot of the ppositions in the book and their relationship stem from this preconceived notions.
Her easy-going nature, her dedication to others, and her tenacity to take over control in her own life make her a heroine to respect.
So even though we don’t get to get inside their head, we still get a glimpse of what they’re thinking or how they’re seeing it. David’s world revolved around work, but Sophie made him see more than that; she filled his life with fun and joking and she teased him in more ways than one, but more that that she really understood how alone he felt and she made him see that having someone in his life wasn’t so bad.
David and Sophie know each other without really knowing each other. What is contemporary romance? At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do compromjsing contain rude or profane language, spoilers, positoons any of our reviewer’s personal information. Compromising Positions by Jenna Bayley-Burke. Walters on BehindTheBook with N.
But this book tried to have several plots, and none of them seemed to have much purpose other than to lengthen the book. Then about the a quarter into it when Sophie finally wore David down enough to get past all his hang ups is was an enjoyable read! I longed for David to give into his desires, but I loved his honorable behavior no matter how torturous it was for them both.
There was something magical about the connection betw Slick’s review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews When I first read Jenna Bayley-Burke’s Compromising Positions it was long before I started reviewing for Guilty Pleasures and I remember finishing the book and immediately began re-reading it.
It kills me when an author makes a character act so bizarrely crazy as a reaction to being uncomfortable. To be honest though, it was kind of weird she’s so enthusiastic about sex when she’s never watched porn before.
I look forward to chatting!!! Review at Of Pens and Pages The premise is so interesting!
It was honest as honest as David could be with himself and Sophiesweet, funny and passionate. The two broke up before college ended and th And she finds out all this from everyone but him. David spent so much time trying not to be like his dad that it was inevitable that he would end up worse off than the man. Search for a book bwyley-burke add a reference.
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We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. Jenna entered a giveaway. He s supposed to help her demo Falling in love is the last thing on his busy agenda but compromising positions can lead just about anywhere. Compromising Positions Author s: