- By Fae Sutherland Marguerite Labbe

Exceptions to the Rule

  • Title: Exceptions to the Rule
  • Author: Fae Sutherland Marguerite Labbe
  • ISBN: 9781419915772
  • Page: 381
  • Format: ebook
  • Exceptions to the Rule Two men with nothing in common a strip club on a Tuesday night and a meeting that will forever change the rules Nathan Daniels and Jamie Nolan are from two different worlds but under the facades an

    Two men with nothing in common, a strip club on a Tuesday night, and a meeting that will forever change the rules Nathan Daniels and Jamie Nolan are from two different worlds, but under the facades and packaging they are alike than they think Suit and tie meets leather and tattoos as a financial analyst and a bartender find out that falling in love is everything theTwo men with nothing in common, a strip club on a Tuesday night, and a meeting that will forever change the rules Nathan Daniels and Jamie Nolan are from two different worlds, but under the facades and packaging they are alike than they think Suit and tie meets leather and tattoos as a financial analyst and a bartender find out that falling in love is everything the storybooks say, even when it s the X rated version.

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    1. I have to admit I am a sucker for the opposites attract storyline, but this book had more to it than that. There was a certain sweetness to the story that I really liked. I have to be honest and say that there is not a lot emotional angst in this book, it's more of a sweet, light and sexy read, but honestly that's what I really liked about it. Nathan has the 'corporate america' image down perfectly. From his perfectly pressed clothes to his hundred dollar haircut, Nathan is serious about working [...]

    2. This story is about uhm, 70+ pages, and 50+ pages of it are just descriptions of seduction and love making?! After the first 20 pages or so, I was like, "GET ON WITH IT!!". And what's with the overused of "honey", for like every single line??! I end up skimming the rest, not caring about the love making scene because I know that after I finish, I will just bury this one in a pile of those I will not remember much from it. Yep, I prefer my story to be more than just that, please.

    3. This was a quick read to fill the time, and it would have been a fun one, but it went way overboard with the terms of endearment right from the MCs first meeting. Too hard and irritating too ignore I'm afraid. But included in this book is one of the hottest M/M sex scenes ever printed. Unfortunately even that couldn't out weight the "dearlings" and the "honeys".Recommended only if you can handle insta-love in a non-shifter story and syrupy sweet endearments spoken between MCs in and out of bed.

    4. 1.5 stars. So-so m/m romance about two unlikely guys (a bartender and a business analyst) getting together. I had a hard time finishing this one - besides the insta-love, the language was of the overwrought, overblown sort that I expect to find in an old-school m/f romance with a swirly pastel cover.

    5. fast on the "love" announcement and long drawn out sex that lasts for pages. Short, inconsequential crisis that lasted a few pagest much substance but a good read if you're in the mood for something short and sweet.BUT the ending was HILARIOUS

    6. Current rating - ★☆ rounded up to ★★Oh. My. God! I think I must have been stoned when I first read thisI was definitely 'in my happy place' because when I re-read this one I was seriously squicked out with the nick-names"honey" could be tolerated but "dearling"riously?DEARLING?!?!?ally?k!Original rating - ★★★★Original review - This was a lovely little story about the lust-filled early days of a new romance. I prefer my stories longer but I liked the fact that the authors didn't t [...]

    7. Nathan is an uptight business man. One evening he is in a strip club with some colleagues from out of town and he is deeply bored. He has no interest in women, he is gay even if he is not out at office. But while searching a distraction at the bar, he gives a second look to the bartender, he suddenly realizes that maybe he has found what he is searching since a life.Jamie is a tattooed and piercied sexy man. But despite his exterior, he is not a man searching a one night stand. And when he sees [...]

    8. My first warning for this story is that it's very short. Despite this, it was an endearing tale. If you're looking for something light and fluffy, with a sensuous edge than this is a good pick. It delivers an erotic punch that does the job. If you're looking for something with a deeper plot than you'll want to move on. Exception to the Rules is the story of Nathan and Jamie, two people from different worlds, who come together. There isn't much angst or build up. Ms. Sutherland and Ms. Labbe make [...]

    9. My teeth still hurt from all the sweetness. Seriously. I think I got cavities. It's practically love at first sight, and the endearments start flying right and left (honey and dearling, among others). I realized I was skimming the sex scenes -- and I never, ever do that -- to get away from the cloying saccharine sentimentality. The one interesting scene -- with an ex-lover of Jamie's -- was great, then back to more oh-my-god-I'm-so-in-love-with-you after only a week.I like a bit of tart to go w [...]

    10. ❤❤❤❤♡A very sweet story. I enjoyed the characters and the story, but it was too short. I felt the chemistry between Jamie and Nathan, it was so intense. The authors made me feel like everything that happened between them was natural and, maybe, fated.I have to say that the last scene was so hot it scorched. It was probably the hottest and rawest scene I've read in a while.

    11. You don't have to tell anyone else that you are reading such a hot book, but, then again, considering how great it is, you should probably tell everyone you know (who reads anything).It might be a challenge to two people (to keep going), but this would be a really fun book to have somebody read to you.Off the high end of a Farenheit thermometer!

    12. What a sweet story. I totally love the "opposites attract" thing when it's written right. This was definitely written right. It was a short story that did not need any more added to it. That's rare. Everything was summed up in the few pages.

    13. So close to being really good But "dearling"?? I cringed at some of the terms of endearment. Cute, hot little story but just didn't fully connect with Nathan and Jamie

    14. hot sex, but the falling in love was a bit rushed. An ex at the end that didn;t serve much purposeill a good read.

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