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Dating a Cougar: Book One of Never Too Late Series [Paperback]

Donna McDonald
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Oct. 1 2011 Never Too Late
fter deciding to end her sexual hiatus, 38 yr old retired Marine, Casey Carter, is looking good to 50 yr old lingerie model, Alexa Ranger. Granted,the age gap bothers her more than him, but a normal relationship is totally out of the question anyway because Casey is related to her daughter's boyfriend. The last thing Alexa needs is another talk-show worthy drama in her already complicated life.

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Donna McDonald considers herself blessed to be a best selling author in Contemporary Romance, Humor, and Paranormal Romance. Paranormal reviewers are calling McDonald "a literary alchemist effortlessly blending science fiction and romance". Contemporary and humor reviewers often write to tell her that the books keep them up laughing all night. She likes both compliments and hopes they stay true forever. Her idea of success is to be sitting next to someone on a plane and find out they are laughing at something in one of her books. She hopes that will be you.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Started off slow but ended strong. March 1 2014
By Maryann
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Took a bit but got hook couple chapters in. Good read enjoyed it. Laughed throughout. I recommend for light reading.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very hot Feb. 19 2012
By Lynda K
Format:Paperback
Casey is 38 and an ex-marine, Alexa is 50, owns her own business and a successful formal model. Dispite family complications on both sides, sparks fly. Alexa is the only one that really has a problem with the age difference. The characters so believable you'd like to have them as friends and definitely want to read more once the book ends. Luckily there are more books in the series. (Lauren is amazing, slightly scary, but amazing, read book 3 and see for yourself). I purchased this book for my ereader, although if there was less of a price difference I would have purchased the book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aug. 5 2014
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riviting a veery enjoyable read
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  819 reviews
77 of 82 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Delightful Story April 5 2011
By A. noble - Published on Amazon.com
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Alexis and Casey have more obstacles than just their age. She is a notorious former model with a very public and checkered dating history, and Casey is a retired Marine dealing with both career ending injury, and the loss of his wife. Add to the mix the fact that her daughter is dating Casey's nephew and would never approve, and we have the ingredients for a messy relationship.

I enjoyed this book, because the characters weren't stereotypical,very well fleshed out, realistic, and flat out funny. It's wonderful to see older characters fall in love, deal with romance angst and be the sexual beings that they are. It was great to see a woman with greater financial stability and the man strong enough to deal with it.

I devoured this book, and quickly purchased the sequel. I would say this story rivals and is superior to many books I've read that cost much more. Skip your low fat mocha grande, downgrade to a smaller size and spend the rest on this book.
46 of 49 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Couger review May 9 2011
By R. S. Train - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the character development, Casey is the tough marine and Alexa is the independent model. As an older man, I could identify with Casey's attraction to Alexa and I thought the sex was well integrated as the relationship went from lust to love. Easy read which kept my interest. I usually like historical action stories, but this was a great change of pace for me.
68 of 76 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars More Like 'Hating A Cougar' July 8 2011
By VAKindleAddict - Published on Amazon.com
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I tried to like this book, I really did. I stuck with it for a long time before I finally realized that I could be reading something I enjoyed! So I put it down and moved on.

This book had the typical Kindle book issues -- missing words, poor formatting making it difficult to grasp who is saying what, etc. -- but overall the author's writing style wasn't bad. It was the lack of plot that killed it for me. I thought at first that the book was going to turn out to be more of a steamy erotic novel, but the sex scenes (when they actually happened) were really lame. The author did a good job of portraying Casey as a neanderthal military chauvinist pig, and Alexa as the strong, sassy businesswoman, but there was no clear reason for the two of them to be attracted to each other except to try to torment each other or to capitalize on an extreme sexual attraction (see above about lame sex scenes).

Ultimately, I could find no point to the novel. If you are reading this review and you are a reader who enjoys books with well-developed characters and a plot that not only moves the story along but makes sense, skip this one.
122 of 140 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Record For Me Jan. 4 2012
By DeeDee Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has the distinction of being the one I deleted from my Kindle at the earliest stage: 5%.
I had gotten less than three pages in when the first of what I am assuming were many idiotic, drawn out 'sexual tension' scenes popped up. I absolutely HATE that kind of crap.
As a middle aged woman I would like to find books that offer an entertaining read about the midlife experience. Sadly, this book was off by a million miles. It was simply more 'He immediately pitched a tent in his pants after laying eyes on her once' and 'Her nether regions turned to steamy goop at the mere touch of his hand'. Blech...spare me.
I got to the part where Alexa had dinner with her friends and were talking like tramps. I deleted it immediately.
From the reviews I see I made the right decision as it would appear that Casey turns out to be an emotionally abusive jerk.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Fantasy - false advertising and formula romance story June 17 2013
By Soldier Girl - Published on Amazon.com
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First, the author calls it a contemporary romance which is wrong. The average 50-year-old woman is NOT rich, gorgeous, and mistaken for 10-15 years younger with all the men panting after her. Second, not a military romance. If the author had EVER spent time around military people she wouldn't have used outdated cliches and created a caricature of a military man. I really resent that she made him abusive and the female lead liked it. Third, WHERE was the humor? This was not a humorous story.

I was hoping to read something different and refreshing instead of the tired old romance formula once again. It must make money since so many writers use it. I like true contemporary romances that don't use the formula and sometimes things don't work out.

Steamy sex scenes? Not hardly. As for a man turning down an attractive woman--pure fantasy. I doubt the author has ever dealt with widowers either. The widowed Marine should've been saying "my wife" every third sentence and wearing a wedding ring but fully willing to jump into bed with a new woman while making her feel second best to his dead wife. That is what dating a recently widowed man is like.

Overall, pretty lame story.
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