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The Plan [Format Kindle]

Qwen Salsbury
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Descriptions du produit

Présentation de l'éditeur

Day of Employment: 358

10:15 a.m.

Location: Cubicles outside Canon's office.

Co-workers: Betting on how long Canon's new PA will last.

Me: No doubts. Ms. Gum-smacker won't last the day. I need to place my bet.

Manolo Blahnik's New Fall Shoes: Mine. As soon as Madeline hands over my winnings.

Emma Baker has never spoken a word to Alaric Canon, nor has he to her. But she's studied him every day across the office tundra for almost a year. Canon is hard and fierce, terrifying and beautiful. He's also the most stern, unforgiving person Emma has ever seen. Emma's co-workers run a betting pool for Canon's Personal Assistant terminations. There's a separate pot for the day one leaves without crying. Not likely...Canon made a former Navy SEAL cry.

He has high standards and low tolerance. Everyone knows it. Everyone stays away. Everyone who can, that is. Except Emma. She can't look away. Alaric Canon is the single most attractive man she's ever seen. Bar none.

Canon has never noticed her. Not once in almost a year. She's not even a blip on his radar. But she will be. His radar will be blipless no more.

It is a goal. Emma has a plan.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 583 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 252 pages
  • Editeur : Omnific Publishing; Édition : 1 (9 février 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00ICU2M1A
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3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Parfait 26 février 2014
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
Le plus addictif que j'ai lu depuis bien longtemps.
C'est simple, je l'ai commencé un soir, et n'ai pas pu le lâcher jusqu'à 3h30 du matin (alors que le réveil sonne à 7h). Je l'ai fini au bureau le jour suivant.
J'ai hâte de lire la suite.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Refreshing and Original! 15 février 2014
Par Max's Mom - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I have no idea where another reviewer thought this book was similar to Beautiful Bastard. Having read both, I wonder what would prompt such a comment. Yes, they are similar in that both start off as office romances, but that is where the similarities end. The writing styles and story lines of these two books are very different. It's like saying the show 'Friends' is the same as the show 'Seinfeld'. Both are about a group of friends living in New York, but these shows couldn't be any more different.

The Plan is full of quick wit and humor. Emma Baker, the main character, is a woman that every female can relate to. She goes about her life with the same issues we all do. She is not a super model, she isn't perfect. She is real, honest and relatable. She is an intelligent woman who is focused and goal oriented. When she sets her eyes on Alaric Cannon, she is determined to get him to notice her, but not in the usual way one would expect. While I'd love to go on and on about this most entertaining novel, I can't give it away.

Don't be misguided and check it out for yourself. You won't be disappointed. It is refreshing to finally read a story where you can laugh, be entertained, and get your sexy on! I especially love that the steamier scenes in The Plan aren't just there gratuitously as in Beautiful Bastard. They are well thought out and meaningful. Most importantly, they are pertinent to the development of the story.

Amazon did a great job in delivering this book to my doorstep 24 hours after I'd ordered it even though it stated it would take an extra two days. I first ordered the Kindle version, but decided I'd also like to have the book. I read it in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down. I found myself laughing out loud over and over again and so will you! The only negative is that once I finished reading it, I craved more. I can only hope Ms. Salsbury doesn't make us wait too long for her next book. I'm looking forward to it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Quick-wit humor and sexy office hjinks 11 février 2014
Par T's Book - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
Book: The Plan

Days to read: Two

Me: Pleasantly surprised

Stars to give: 4.5

You just never know what you are getting into when handed an ARC from a "new to you" author. Let me say, I was a bit worried with the first person POV in the beginning. It took me a minute to get use to the "report style" cadence of Emma's inner mind. Have no fear it flows once you get into it.

I had many laugh out loud moments and would somewhat compare it to authors like Emma Chase, Christine Lauren and Alice Clayton. It's that fun, quick-wit kind of humor. Office hjinks and love-from-afar longing makes Emma a likable character.

Emma and Canon made for a great team. Even with Emma's plan to change who she was to get his attention her real self just came shinning through.

We never delve into the mind of Canon. But I like it that way. What I found so enjoyable with him was the total in control attitude he had everywhere, from the board room, to the wait staff, and beyond. When Emma finally cornered him in the bedroom, though, she was the one seemingly in control. It came as a revelation to me, a "hold on a sec" light bulb moment. It is a nice change for pace guys and I loved it.

There is so much to like here and I hope readers give it a chance, because when I closed the book I had a big grin on my face.


*Given via AToMR/Author for review
11 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 3.5 Stars 17 février 2014
Par Sam I Am - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I found this story to be mostly entertaining and interesting. I personally enjoyed the way each chapter began with a sort of checklist of her moods and other little details going on. The story was engaging and funny and I really liked the main character, Emma.

What I found difficult to overlook, however, was the overall writing style. Some of her inner thoughts were structured more like a list and although I don't mind that every so often, it was too frequent in this book for my personal tastes. For example, right at the beginning of the book Emma is in the elevator with Canon and she is freaking out about being alone with him for the first time.

"Red numbers climb. The floors. My body temperature. Not going to quibble." "He continues to assault his phone and a few of my favorite senses. Wintergreen. Pumpkin spice and coffee. Sunshine."

The lack of full sentences used so often in this book was just a bit frustrating. In my experience people rarely think or talk in that manner and reading it is almost as taxing as a book that lacks proper punctuation. It throws off the flow of the writing and it makes the thoughts too staccato. (Again, this is my opinion, others may not mind it.)

Another thing that got to me was Canon himself. He literally ignored Emma no matter what the circumstances were right up until she was his PA. Even then, he would go for periods of time where his only contact was through lists he left on her desk. Why would a cool, funny girl like Emma like someone who was so cold and distant? Even when Emma shocked him with her efficient work ethic and humorous ways it was still a surprise when he seemed to want her as well. Really, based on the lack of an emotional or even physical connection between the two of them, I would have been less surprised if he had fired her and filed a sexual harassment suit against her when she made a pass at him. He showed little attraction to her until she made her move and so it seemed a little out of left field for him to return her interest at all.
The only time I liked him was when they came together in the bedroom. Emma would show a surprisingly dominant side to him and he would basically fall at her feet to do what she said. It was nice to see a man that always demands respect and perfection from others bend to the will of someone who he otherwise shows little regard to. It was at this point that more of his personality came through but I still felt that we never got to know him. They vaguely discussed their backgrounds but never really touched down on who he was and what motivated him to be so harsh and cold.

Some of Emma's yo-yo behavior towards the end was hard to understand and led to some awkward moments. Sometimes I just wanted them to TALK about their feelings or concerns instead of being weird, but what's a good book without some drama? :)
13 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 the original book was far better 22 février 2014
Par Book Addict - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
The Plan is essentially a weaker version of Beautiful Bastard. Buy Beautiful Bastard if you want a steamy read featuring a gorgeous-most-beautiful-man-to-have-to-work-for. The Plan also had a bit of Truth in Advertising in it.

The author's writing style was way too choppy and made for an awkward read. The sex scenes were so bizarre with minimal heat. I was just speed reading through incomplete sentences and arbitrary words. Also, the character development was weak. Alaric is two dimensional flipping between crazy boss to smitten guy. The author attempts to take a swipe at personalizing him with a few short paragraphs he shares about his mom and dad. Emma seems to come off as dismissive when he shares this (and at other attempts in the book when he wants to open up). There are also constant inconsistencies which obliterated any believability. For example, Emma's law studies completely went by the wayside about midway through the book (then again I may have missed something in the abbreviated and choppy writing style).

As far flow of the book, the whole story got to be a mess once the Christmas trip was extended. Plots were lost and became unfocused. It became confusing and unclear regarding the merger, Emma's school, and understanding if she is quitting and what that means. The book essentially devolves into a hot mess.

It seems that quips and wit (which are hit and miss in actually humor) were far more important than character development or plot. As a result, the book reads as trite and far fetched.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 not worth the time 2 mars 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat authentifié par Amazon
This book is a disappointment......the first page has you interested and then... Couldn't keep my eyes open. Boring, took to long to get the 2 main characters together the romance scenes ( what romance scenes!?) waste of time and money!
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