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by Claire Robyns

eBook Falling for the Guy Next Door (Corkscrew Bay) download ISBN: 148198084X
Author: Claire Robyns
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 18, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 214
ePub: 1827 kb
Fb2: 1162 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

Corkscrew Bay Series. Book 1 Each book in this series can be read as a standalone story. Let's just say I came to check up on things. Corkscrew Bay Series. 1. Falling for The Guy Next Door 2. Falling for Alexander Genre: Romance.

Corkscrew Bay Series. Megan has always known Jack isn't a settling-down kind of guy. But when passion finally broke their control, she had expected more than a one-night stand. Now he's back, melting her in all the right places and tempting her to forgive and forget. Short, spicy and honest. That's the way Jack takes his relationships. Used availability for Claire Robyns's Falling for the Guy Next Door.

Falling for the Guy Next Door. One rule and three excellent reasons to keeps his hands off his gorgeous next-door neighbor. Falling for Alexander (Corkscrew Bay Claire Robyns. That’s the way Jack takes his relationships. But she had expected more than a one-night stand. Now he’s back, melting her in all the right places and tempting her to forgive and forget.

Published by Claire Robyns. Corkscrew Bay was bursting with the summer trade, but generally the Private Road sign at the bottom kept them off Bluff Drive. Other author's books: Falling for the Guy Next Door. Cover by Viola Estrella. The car didn’t do a U-Turn at the top of the drive, but continued and pulled up in front of the house. Mr. Marlin’s pacing took direction. Shading his eyes with one hand, he unhooked the gate and held it open. Megan stood, leaning over her desk for a better view at the guy in a white T-Shirt unfolding himself from the silver Peugeot.

Next Door “Megan’s alarm had gone off at six-thirty and, like an idiot, his body had immediately tuned in to the fact that she was waking up in bed less than two feet away from him. If not for a very flimsy wall, their headboards would be touching. Download this book Falling for the Guy Next Door (Corkscrew Bay). Sponsored High Speed Downloads. 5070 dl's @ 3080 KB/s.

Authors: Claire Robyns. Categories: Fiction . mns and plenty of articles submitted by the general populace of Corkscrew Bay. She found Kate at her desk in the back office and threw herself into the opposite chair. You could have told me about asking Jack to do the photo shoot.

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Claire Robyns lives in Berkshire, England, with her husband and twin boys

Claire Robyns lives in Berkshire, England, with her husband and twin boys  .

Release day for Falling for Alexander, Book 2 in my Corkscrew Bay series. This is Kate and Alexander's story :) Kate’s waited three years to meet the new owner of Darrock Castle. Falling for the Guy Next Door. What she did not expect was her intense attraction to the sexy-as-sin recluse billionaire with dubious scruples that included-but was possibly not limited to-random threats, unreasonable firings, community snubbing and suspicious helicopter activity. Releases today!!! Okay, I probably didn't need quite so many exclamation points, but I always love release day :) Falling Megan has always known Jack isn’t a settling-down kind of guy.

Falling Megan has always known Jack isn’t a settling-down kind of guy. But when passion finally broke their control, she had expected more than a one-night stand. Now he’s back, melting her in all the right places and tempting her to forgive and forget. For The Guy Short, spicy and honest. That’s the way Jack takes his relationships. One rule and three excellent reasons to keeps his hands off his gorgeous next-door neighbour. One mistake, one night of uncontrollable passion, and his best intentions are ruined along with their friendship. Next Door “Megan’s alarm had gone off at six-thirty and, like an idiot, his body had immediately tuned in to the fact that she was waking up in bed less than two feet away from him. If not for a very flimsy wall, their headboards would be touching.”
Comments: (7)
JOIN
What do you do when the gorgeous guy next door has itchy feet and exits running super fast after the sizzling chemistry finally gets you together between the sheets?

When acclaimed photographer Jack returns to Corkscrew Bay, romance writer and homebody Megan finds it hard to forget her pain when, after their single night of passion, Jack ran like a startled rabbit!

But neither Megan nor Jack counted on the effects of a passion that wouldn't die and a friendship that kept on drawing them back together ...

FALLING FOR THE GUT NEXT DOOR is a contemporary romance that captures some of the intensity of Robyns' fantastic historical romances, while retaining the fun & flirty style that is the trademark of her contemporary romances.

Megan and Jack, though, are deeper and more wounded than Robyns' previous contemporary characters. Jack's desertion wounded Megan deeply, but no matter how hard she resists, the chemistry between them is too strong. It's only when she begins to realise how deeply his childhood has scarred him that she begins to love him again. The question is, can Jack ever stay?

Both the main and secondary characters are very real and appealing. Megan's desperate attempts to keep Jack's appeal at bay provide some good laughs, while her deeper emotions are those anyone who's felt unrequited love will recognise.

An entertaining and enjoyable read, a perfect end to a stressful day.
Kalrajas
Falling For the Guy Next Door is told in third-person, and we get both leads' POV. There are a few flashbacks as well, allowing the reader to see where things went wrong for this couple in the first place. About seven months ago, they moved from the friend zone and had a one-night stand, and then Jack does what he says he does best: leaving. He totally skips out on Megan. I mean, the sheets are hardly cold and he's out the door, running away from what he's feeling, running away from Megan and what she may represent to him. The story begins with Jack back in town, wanting Megan again, but he's also fighting his feelings again. The big question for the romance and for the reader is will Jack stay and take a risk with love or will he leave?

Overall, the story is nice, soft and easy, a gradual kind of romance, which in itself is not bad, but I did find myself skimming some pages at times. There are some sensual scenes I enjoyed, and there is a nice feeling of romance to this couple, for the most part. And I guess that's my overall feeling about this romance: nice. I enjoyed the second-chance-at-romance angle, and I also enjoyed the small-town feeling of the setting (a coastal village in Cornwall, England). I liked both leads, but I wasn't too caught up in their story, wasn't too consumed with finding out how this was all going to turn out for them. It was pleasant while I was reading it, just not compelling, not that make-you-melt kind of love going on. Light, easy reading, a nice romance that maybe should have felt a bit stronger, fuller and deeper.
MarF
Jack he's cocky, and sarcastic all the charms I like in a man, "maybe I had an itch for Cornish cream and scones." He folded his arms and lent a hip against the doorpost. "Why the twenty questions? Did you miss me?" He's a determined little s***, "when you're ready to tell me what you're so pi**ed off about, I'll be here." He rolled back his camera and glued his eyes to the lens. "This is far from over." He tends to get things that he wants, and I'm sure he's confusing the hell out of Megan, "we are not done. I taste it on your lips. I feel it in your body. I see it in the way you look at me. I read it all over your face." I liked the second book better in this series this one was just missing something and I'm not sure what it was.
Silly Dog
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I liked Falling for the Guy Next Door, it was light, easy, fun reading. I enjoy reading about young love. The exchange between the characters was delightful and entertaining. It was a great beginning for the Corkscrew Bay series. You can feel the chemistry between Jack and Megan from the beginning and are rooting for them to get together. Of course love wins in the end. Looking forward to the next book. I love Claire's writing style. I highly recommend this book.
Xig
When I buy and start a book I feel compelled to read the entire book no matter what. This was not a lengthy book but it took me a long time to read because I was bored. The storyline was ok, just ok. It was not one that would have you up at night trying to find out what happens next or one where you are literally dying to find time to read. I just found myself wanting the book to end. Just a bit boring and there was nothing compelling about the characters to me.
Lucam
I wanted to like this book, I really and truly did, I just couldn't get into it. Perhaps it was me, but I found the switching back and forth between the present and the past to be confusing and distracting. I couldn't identify with any of the characters, I just wasn't into it. I didn't finish the book, and ultimately returned it. Perhaps this is one of those books, that I need to revisit a later time.
Yahm
This is a quick, but good read. I liked the author's concept of "next door". Even though the story unfolds over two years, I never felt as though I were bored or struggling to keep up. I'll definitely read Claire Robyns' work again.
You don't know if Megan and Jack will ever get together. They are both kind of flighty in admitting their feelings. I do have to admit to doing some speed reading through this book. I will continue to read more books by this author.