Sleepless in San Francisco (Paperback) by Ryan Field...
|Title||:||Sleepless in San Francisco|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Number of Pages||:||568 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Sleepless in San Francisco Reviews
A very simple and sweet story. I really liked most of the characters. One thing that annoyed the hell out of me was the use of the word penis. Here you have a book that had some serious fucking and then to use such a clinical word like penis drove me nuts.
It's difficult to find m/m romance writers whose work I fall in love with and this, sadly, was not one of them. The romance isn't very romantic or emotionally well played, in my opinion.
I am so pleased to be able to give this book a much better ranking than Pretty ManThe blurb gives a very good idea of the story, there aren't really too many surprises. It was a nice happy story.The only two quibbles I have are that the artist mentioned in this is also mentioned inWhen Harry met Sal Maybe this is an advertising ploy, but it indicated to me a lack of imagination. Of course if I hadn't read the two books back to back I probably wouldn't have noticed.The other quibble is the blurb saying "..which leads to a surprise ending that none of them could have predicted." Of course this is ridiculous in this genre. Of course we know what the ending is going to be.
It's simple... The story is okay, the main characters don't have that atraction between them... only all the time sex, sex, sex. When the story continues you have so much of sex that it gets boring and you had a feeling you wanna trow the book away. I know some people are slutty at heart and that cool and okay but the way this book is written... I think it's just bad read. I totally DON'T recommend it.
I enjoyed the character development as the book progressed through the well-throughout plot. I was a bit put off by the beginning of their relationship as there didn't seem to much to draw them to each other, except for the physical attraction they immediately felt. I guess I just like a little bit of romance.Then you get to the end, which just seemed so abrupt.
The concept--a mash-up between "Sleepless in Seattle" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"--was what drew me to the book, but there was an emotional disconnect for me. There was so much potential for emotion and drama, and yet it felt glossed over.
A very sweet and imaginative retelling of Sleepless in Seattle with two male protagonists. Ryan Field creates likeable characters and I loved the device of the house-renovation/reality show to get the main characters together!
3,5 stars actually, but I rate it 4 as it is a nice sweet read (kind of Sleepless in Seattle makeover) with a happy ending. Sure, you could have characterise the protagonists more and made more of the story, but why can't it just be as it is ... a happy story?!?
PWP based on Sleepless in Seattle. I knew this wasn't going to be a good book, but it was worse than I expected.
Cute and hot little story. It really isn't based that much on the movie, just the way the two guys meet at the beginning. The kid emails the show producer about his dad.