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Bachelor Unleashed Mass Market Paperback – Nov 16 2010

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Kimani (Nov. 16 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373861885
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373861880
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 10.2 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #833,362 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Bachelor Unleashed Aug. 9 2011
By Ms. H - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am a Brenda Jackson fan, but this book did not hold my interest. There was no substance to it. The book was just too repititious mainly about Farrah's hangups and X getting dumped by some girl in law school. I got sick of Farrah's character. The mediation part with the friends seemed to be a filler. I skipped paragraphs because it was the same thing over an over. It should have been a novella instead.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
;0) Jan. 1 2011
By Lady Raven RAVE! - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book was ok for me I love Brenda Jackson but I think this book could have been more in regards to the story line. I might sound confusing by saying it could be more but all in all it's still not bad love Xavier and Farrah even though it took Farrah a while to trust again.. Can't wait to read more in the series I hope York's story is next and the Zion he is so mysterious and seems sexy I know the book isn't about York and Zion but couldn't help it. I also miss from Ms. Jackson that I didnt see In the book the last couple of pages she always gives a clue and a tease whose story would be next but I didn't get that.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Again . . . . . . . March 14 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I loved this book. Farrah and Xavier went well together. I can understand breaking off a relationship because of fear but the best part was seeing them hook up again months later and come to terms with how they felt about each other. Love is a scary thing but when placed in the hands of the right person it is awesome!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
New York is sizzling March 3 2013
By T. Brame - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book in the Bachelors in Demand series and it was as equally hot as the first one. Man these men are smokin'. No wonder they can't seem to settle down. Women just throw themselves at them. However in this story the woman got what she wanted and ran! Run don't walk to the exit that was the way Farrah operated. She had no time for sentiment and no time for long term. It seemed that playboy Xavier found the perfect woman for him. The one that won't ask any questions and shoo you out the door right after. But the playboy sees nothing wrong with keeping Farrah around for a little while longer. And is in shock when she pulls one of his moves and states she needs to break it off...the relationship had run it's course. Now being the suave bachelor that he is he plays it off and tries his best to get back in the game but finds that Farrah is the only woman he wants.

A chance meeting in New York has them bumping into each other months later and testing the waters of a New York only fling. The only problem is Xavier changes his mind and decides the only woman he wants forever is Farrah. This book was soooo good. I love the way Xavier tried to hide the fact that he was turning in his player card until he absolutely had to confess. Another one bites the dust....only four bachelors left.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Just Okay June 10 2011
By MommysJoy20 - Published on
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I absolutely LOVE Brenda Jackson. I've been reading her novels for quite sometime. I'm always on the lookout for her most recent work. I thought I would love Bachelor Unleashed. I think I should have given the amount of sex, explicit sex!, in the book; however, this one just didn't do it for me. I've skipped around a bit with Mrs. Jackson's book series so forgive me for not keeping up. This one was quite a departure from her usual chaste writing (which I don't mind). The sex scenes in Bachelor Unleashed were scorching; however, the storyline was a bit aggravating and seemingly disjointed with the scenes from Farrah's job as a mediator. It seems that Mrs. Jackson was trying to insert a moral about friendship with the scenes from Farrah's job, but I found that whole storyline to be filler and just really uninteresting. I would've loved to read more about the interactions between Farrah and Xavier; maybe more scenes with them going out on dates etc. The part that was aggravating was Farrah herself. She was stubborn to the point of it being exasperating. So much so that she came off as a bit conceited. I couldn't quite connect with her character because it seemed she had impenetrable armor from her broken marriage. I've been devastated from a love relationship myself and am now much wiser and less likely to fall for the okey-doke, but I'm still willing to give a man a chance. He has to work for me, of course. I just felt Farrah was too cut off from her vulnerability where a relationship was concerned yet she was so wild sexually. I'd like to think it'd be the other way around; that she would be super-closed off sexually while treading carefully into a new yet promising relationship. I know that writing her character this way may have been thought of by Mrs. Jackson as a unique approach, but it really didn't endear me to Farrah's character. I found myself more and more thinking Xavier needed to kick her to the curb so she could realize what she was losing out on. I mean there's only so much trying that one should do to win someone's heart. After a while, you begin to think, hey, maybe I'm barking up the wrong tree. Maybe this woman really isn't interested in me. So maybe the 'playing hard to get' theme was a bit too exaggerated for my taste. Otherwise, this book is readable, if anything, for the explosive sex.