Just a Number

When 21 year old Amelia Michaels returns home for Thanksgiving after a long night of partying with her friends, she finds an unexpected surprise in her bed Her father s 43 year old best friend, Owen Cavanaugh.Mortified by what they ve done in their inebriated states, Amy and Owen plot to keep what s happened between them from her father, Alan Unfortunately, keeping awayWhen 21 year old Amelia Michaels returns home for Thanksgiving after a long night of partying with her friends, she finds an unexpected surprise in her bed Her father s 43 year old best friend, Owen Cavanaugh.Mortified by what they ve done in their inebriated states, Amy and Owen plot to keep what s happened between them from her father, Alan Unfortunately, keeping away from one another seems almost impossible now.While he tries to fight it, Owen s attraction to this much younger woman is undeniable He knows it s wrong, having watched her grow up, but when Amelia suggests a shocking solution to their growing attraction, he finds himself unable to refuse What neither of them expects is for their feelings for one another to grow How will Amy and Owen deal with the obstacles that coincide with such a large age gap as well as coming clean to the one man who means the most to both of them Alan Is age really just a number, or will their differences eventually tear them apart Full length New Adult Contemporary Romance.Contains coarse language, mature subject matter, and explicit sex scenes.Recommended Reading Age 18
Just a Number When year old Amelia Michaels returns home for Thanksgiving after a long night of partying with her friends she finds an unexpected surprise in her bed Her father s year old best friend Owen C

  • Title: Just a Number
  • Author: A.D. Ryan
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  • Page: 167
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    1. DNF @ 40%So, where do I start?Recently I’ve read another taboo book with a similar storyline and it knocked me off my feet. Then I stumbled upon this book and read the blurb. The story sounded intriguing and since I’m a sucker for taboo novels I immediately clicked on this one. Obviously a very bad decision.I couldn’t invest in the romance. I felt zero chemistry. Actually I felt no emotion at all. None.The author’s writing sounds somehow awkward, trite and stilted to me. The story and th [...]

    2. I tried but I just couldn't get into this one. I read to 30% and then skimmed to the end

    3. blue-moon/spipp?artiDans les innombrables livres qui abordent maintenant les relations tabous, il manquait un bon ouvrage sur la liaison d’une jeune femme avec un ami de son père. Ce thème a déjà été utilisé au cinéma et joue avec plusieurs difficultés en général fatales pour une relation durable. C’est en général sulfureux et parfois amusant. AD Ryan a choisi un angle qui ne cherche pas les limites mais montre une relation qui s’installe et va peu à peu venir à bout des pr [...]

    4. LOVED This Book!The author nailed it straight on!From page 1 to the very end, I was captivated and brought it with me wherever I went. I just couldn't put it down.What impressed me the most - the author gives both POV's but she doesn't keep continuing the story, she'll back up a little to let you know what the other was thinking without going to far so that you're bored, etc. The story was also written so well - it was pretty sad that I was waiting for something ridiculous or over the top to hap [...]

    5. aaaaaand she did it again!!!!!i LOVED this book. my 2nd read from this author and her first book - Remember When - is one of my favourite romances of all time. i LOVE big age differences and the characters were portrayed so well and the story was just flowing A.D. Ryan has an undeniable talent. her time is coming, most definitely. bigger review later (when i'm done with my exams, i got lost in this book and read it in one breath) - but it's a 5 stars read and HIGHLY, VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

    6. My book friends know that I love these kind of books.Boy did I love this book!!!Owen ♡♡ Damn he was just lovely. I mean whats not to love Yeah he's 43 but I loved him. He's loving, funny and swoony. I think I swooned when he came into the picture for the first time.I loved Amelia she wasnt scared of saying what she wants. I like her because of that. She made me laugh with some of the things she said maybe when she spoke about Ice Bitch haha.The epilogue I loved it. It was the perfect way to [...]

    7. This was an enjoyable book and I could see it being an enjoyable movie (with far fewer sex scenes). I found the use of text bubbles (though too small) when the main characters are texting to be a clever device and wonder how they might appear in either print or Kindle editions.My wife hashealth issuesd we've had some scares. My wife has told me that if I should lose her I should find a younger woman and have the children, she has not been able to give me. Perhaps the idea that a May/December rom [...]

    8. Having read other books by AD Ryan, I knew I would enjoy her writing but was unsure if enjoy the characters in this May-Sept tale as it's not a genre I typically enjoy. However, I was more than pleasantly surprised to find that I did like the characters and found myself cheering on their relationship. The plot could have easily become cliched and predictable, but AD Ryan does a great job of keeping the interactions of the characters believable and fresh. The trials experienced by the leads chara [...]

    9. I enjoyed this book immensely. It's your May-December romance. The main characters are Amelia and Owen. She is in college; he's her father's best friend. It was a page turner; I couldn't put the book down.This was my 2nd time reading it. It was just good as the first time I read it.

    10. Real quick. This hit a lot of my kinks. I really feel like A) Her Dad's reaction B) The Hero and C) why the hero was mad at the end were such good things. On the other side some of the dialogue wasn't so great. The begining took some time to get realistic and I have a couple other issues. I'd say it's more of a 3.5 than a 3, but here we are.

    11. Our Rating: When Amelia stumbles into her childhood bedroom after a night of heavy drinking, the last thing she expects to find is her father’s best friend, the man who’s starred countless fantasies of hers. Before either of them are awake enough to realize that what they’re doing is more than a dream, they’ve crossed a line that neither can forget. And despite the age difference and almost certain conflict to come, they’re both in over their heads in no time.But While the story is all [...]

    12. I was supposed to be studying for an exam, but instead read this entire book in one go. I was rooting so bad for them, that every time a chapter ended I needed to know that they were gonna be ok.I loved the theme, since it's a topic everyone thinks they can comment on, even with the double standards that were presented in this book. I have to say though, not giving it 5 stars because the fight they had, not completely unjustified, was too much. They went on and on about it, when it should've bee [...]

    13. Wow, this is a fantastic book. Loved this romance story! I re-read this book every chance I get! Buy it.

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