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Monday, August 10, 2009
Review - Point of Distraction: The Final Collection by Cindy Jacks
Title: Point of Distraction: The Final Collection
Author: Cindy Jacks
Publisher: Lyrical Press
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Can Ana take the plunge and find her happily ever after at last?
The Kindness of Strangers finds Ana on an impromptu vacation with Todd to celebrate her newfound freedom. A mysterious stranger helps her open her eyes to who she really is--and close the door on who she used to be.
Dr. Jordan Christiansen makes a long-awaited return in Perfection of Pursuit, but if Ana has everything she thought she wanted, why can’t she stop thinking about Nikhil?
In Ana’s Choice, she has finally decided between Jordan and Nikhil. Now, the heat is on to make this relationship last forever. Amid the pressure of opening her own business venture, can Ana settle down with just one man?
Warning: This book contains hot lovin’ on the beach, hot lovin’ in the shower, and hot lovin’ that results in an accidental broken nose. Ouch! But, hey, who hasn’t broken her soul mate’s nose in the throes of passion, right?
If you have never had the pleasure of reading the trials and tribulations of Ms. Ana Sloane Welsh, you are definitely missing out. Her view on life, her dependence on her friends and her reluctance to make decisions are unique. The minor character of Todd, her gay housekeeper and friend, makes me want to have someone like him in my life. Ana has men dancing around her, entertaining her and she loves every minute of it. Her inability to commit is something we all have struggled with but boy, does she take it to a whole other level. I delighted in every single one of her adventures, and I waited with bated breath to see what spin she would put on each encounter. Ms. Jacks never disappoints and paints this character with a wide brush splattered with hints of gold dust. I thoroughly enjoyed losing myself in this series and highly recommend it to anyone who has ever availed themselves of living vicariously through someone else. It's worth every single penny, every single moment and then some. These characters will resonate within the reader forever.