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Perfectly Satisfied By Tori Scott,

  • Title: Perfectly Satisfied
  • Author: Tori Scott
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The sequel to Satisfaction GuaranteedRegina Baker has loved Sam Hyatt since the third grade, but Sam has an ideal woman in mind, and Reggie doesn t even come close As the heir to a sizable fortune, Sam has a responsibility to marry well His wife needs to be well bred, well educated, and well heeled As a poor preacher s daughter with a landscaping business that barely paThe sequel to Satisfaction GuaranteedRegina Baker has loved Sam Hyatt since the third grade, but Sam has an ideal woman in mind, and Reggie doesn t even come close As the heir to a sizable fortune, Sam has a responsibility to marry well His wife needs to be well bred, well educated, and well heeled As a poor preacher s daughter with a landscaping business that barely pays the bills, Reggie feels like a mangy mutt compared to Sam s current girlfriend, who has a pedigree a mile long.Their matchmaking friends, Cara and Gray, arrange for Sam and Reggie to join them on a two week cruise, where Sam will have a chance to see what he s been missing without the society trappings he s normally surrounded by, and Reggie will have two weeks to win Sam s heart.21,700 words
    Perfectly Satisfied The sequel to Satisfaction GuaranteedRegina Baker has loved Sam Hyatt since the third grade but Sam has an ideal woman in mind and Reggie doesn t even come close As the heir to a sizable fortune Sa

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    1. romancenoveljunkies for book lovers and readersIEF SUMMARYRegina has been in love with Sam since the third grade However, being from completely different worlds always came between them Sam is the billionaire high society guy, while Regina is a struggling business owner who is always low on cash While on a cruise with their best friends, both have a chance to connect with the otherOUGHTSI am a fan of the first book, Satisfaction Guaranteed , and fell in love with all the characters In addition, [...]

    2. 2.5 to 3 starsI loved Sam and Reggie s charming side story in Satisfaction Guaranteed Unfortunately, what I loved about them in the first book was missing in their own Making Perfectly Satisfied a less than satisfying read.

    3. Straight from the book Two people opposites on the financial scale, fall in love despite all odds This second installment to Scott s Satisfaction Series was so sweet I loved Sam and Reggie together Looking forward to Angel and Mitch s story next.

    4. A cute and sappy short story with a friends to lovers theme Very similar to the first book in series with a big grand gesture by the H to show the h how much he loves her I liked the first story better because I thought the hero was sexier in that book and the story comfortable Sam, the rich heir who doesn t know love or what jeans are, was a little dorky and stiff than Gray book 1 s hero , but he did try really hard I loved Reggie, the heroine who was in love with Sam since 3rd grade when she [...]

    5. This review follows my score sheet review format.Score Sheet SummaryEven when I read Satisfaction Guaranteed, the first book in the Satisfaction series by Tori Scott, it was Regina Baker and Sam Hyatt s characters that sucked me right in and held my attention, so than he actual hero and heroine in the story So I was very much eager to get my hands on their story when it released at the end of last month, and though I liked the overall story, I wasn t perfectly satisfied with how the story turne [...]

    6. This story picks up where we left off in book 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed bringing our favorite characters smoothly into Sam and Reggie s HEA The story was balanced really well managing to include Cara and Gray as well as the introduction of Mitch and Angel all the while never overshadowing the main couple Something that stood out to me and was truth be told refreshing was the slight awkwardness and uncertainty Sam went through Don t get me wrong strong, alpha male leads are hot but every now and [...]

    7. Reggie is an independent woman who runs her own business but has one big issue.She has been in love with her best friend Sam since third grade Sam comes from a family of wealth and feels an obligation to wed for standing not love and Reggie is no where near his class When Sam and Reggie s best friends Cara and Gray decide to help push tithe issue Sam realizes love is important than Beebe and Reggie is his chance for happiness This trilogy is very cute and has some very hot moments.

    8. I had such high hopes for Reggie and Sam, and I was somewhat disappointed They connected better in the first book then they did in their own It took too long to get to the heart of the story and then it was over too quick Sam s upbringing was unusual, but for all the time he spent with Reggie, Cara and Gray, you would think he wouldn t be so oblivious in the ways of love I liked him, but the author portrayed him as an idiot I m curious to see how the author handles Mitch and Angel.

    9. Sam grew up in the rich life, with his parents telling him he needed to date marry in his social class Reggie grew up in a working class family and has been in love with Sam since third grade Reggie teaches Sam how to have fun and how to love This is a classic and you will fall in love with Sam and Reggie too

    10. I absolutely don t know how I m supposed to shelf this book I liked the characters, but the whole piece was too short to reach full potential And the sex scene absolutely wasn t satisfying after such a long build upif sex isn t primal and cathartic, it tends to leave me cold.

    11. It was okay, not my type of book but I did read them both so I obviously thought they were okay If you like romance, you will like it than I did

    12. It s a novella, with that limited amount of character development Still, it hit the tropes I was expecting from the blurb and was enjoyable throughout.

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