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Eli EastonWas das Herz sich wünscht (BELOVED 3)
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Was das Herz sich wünscht (BELOVED 3)
Was das Herz sich wünscht (BELOVED 3)
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Erschienen am 29.01.2017
Eli EastonDer Wind In den Zäunen (German Edition)
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Der Wind In den Zäunen (German Edition)
Der Wind In den Zäunen (German Edition)
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Erschienen am 15.05.2018
Eli EastonDer Löwe und die Krähe
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Der Löwe und die Krähe
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Erschienen am 20.09.2016
Eli EastonDie zweite Ernte
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Die zweite Ernte
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Erschienen am 09.05.2017
Eli EastonDaniels Erleuchtung (Sex in Seattle 2)
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Daniels Erleuchtung (Sex in Seattle 2)
Daniels Erleuchtung (Sex in Seattle 2)
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Erschienen am 17.01.2017
Eli EastonTonys Therapie (Sex in Seattle 1)
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Tonys Therapie (Sex in Seattle 1)
Tonys Therapie (Sex in Seattle 1)
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Erschienen am 27.01.2015
Eli EastonWas das Herz sich wünscht
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Was das Herz sich wünscht
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Erschienen am 23.03.2017
Eli EastonUnwrapping Hank
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Unwrapping Hank
Unwrapping Hank
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Erschienen am 14.11.2014

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Rezension zu "Der Löwe und die Krähe" von Eli Easton

Liebe im Mittelalter
Ein LovelyBooks-Nutzervor 7 Monaten

Obwohl die Geschichte kurz ist, liest sie sich flüssig und  die Story ist stimmig.
Persönlich finde ich es schade, dass das Buch so kurz ist. Ich hätte noch etwas mehr erfahen wollen, zwischen Sir Christian Brandon und Sir William Corbet.

Die Sex Szenen sind richtig gesetzt, nicht aufdringlich und überzeugend.

Es wird bestimmt ein Reread geben ;)

5/5 Sterne

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Rezension zu "Unwrapping Hank" von Eli Easton

Fun holiday book
Sakukovor 8 Monaten

When Sloane joins a fraternity, everyone seems perfectly nice to him. Just not the presidents younger brother. Hank is a heavily-muscled and tattooed guy who acts like a tough jock, but he's got sensitive eyes and studies philosophy. He's a puzzle that Sloane would love to crack. The president, Micah, also tries to push his brother on Sloane and the get a companionable frenemy thing going, until Hank suddenly starts to avoid Sloane.
When he can't visit his family for Christmas, Micah, invited Sloane to join his family for Christmas. Maybe he can finally figure out Hank once and for all.

I always end up reading the holiday stuff after the holiday, but w/e, it still works for me.

I really liked this book. There characters are pretty awesome, especially Hank, which kinda is a given, but even the secondary characters where really well done. Good level of depth there, even if the story was reasonably short.
I liked the frenemy thing that Hank and Sloane had going a lot. I'm a sucker for banter. I just wish it hadn't petered out so soon. I felt the MCs spend a bit too much of the book avoiding each other, though I did like Hank's arch of self-discovery, even though the 'solution' felt just a bit too simple.

The story is pretty slow-burn and there's little angst. There's a bit of drama, but not the unnecessary, silly kind. I thought the pacing was just about perfect, and I loved the alternative, farmyard atmosphere the book had going for Christmas.

There's just one sex scene at the end, but I really loved it. It's something a bit different, which is always nice, and very steamy.

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Rezension zu "The Trouble With Tony (Sex in Seattle Book 1)" von Eli Easton

Light, fluffy filler read
Sakukovor 9 Monaten

Tony DeMarco is an ex-cop gone P.I. He is tasked with finding the murderer of a young woman who was also the patient at a Seattle sex clinic. To scope out her doctor, Jack Halloran, Tony starts as his patient, but as his cover story falls through he admits his real sexual problem to the doctor. Tony finds himself very much attracted to the doctor, but first he has to clear his name and find the real murderer.

Another murder mystery romance, this one focusing more on the relationship.

The murder mystery in this one was pretty much a plot device. The culprit was pretty clear right from the get go, and the book isn't trying very hard to diversify on suspects. The how takes a while to figure out, but that wasn't all that important.

The book was mostly selling the funny setup, PI undercover in sex clinic. And it does have some funny moments, especially the first two consultations. Tony is a pretty quirky, loud, slightly awkward guy and his problem (picky dick) as well as his fondness for euphemisms make it a humorous read throughout.
It's not all fluffy fun, though. I wouldn't say it gets downright serious, but the book manages a decent take on the morality of doctor/patient relationship, though Jacks PSD and injury are treated more as a side note.
There's plenty of sexual tension and some very hot sex scenes, too.

All in all I did like the book, but it felt like it lacked substance, sometimes. It's a good light filler, I think, it just doesn't feel like it takes itself very serious while also not really going all the way with the humor, so it's a bit of a limbo.

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