Can't Get Enough (Harlequin Blaze, #211) - Sarah Mayberry Oh, Sarah Mayberry, I never thought I'd say this about one of your books, but this one slightly disappointed me. The main thing I love about the other books of yours that I've read, the lack of overdoing the reactions of the main characters, pretty much flew out the window in this one.

I'll start with the good first. I generally liked Jack. Much more than Claire, actually. That doesn't often happen for me. He had so much that he was working through, and he was REAL working through his emotions, his brother, his continuous attraction to Claire.

And the sex in general was great.

Unfortunately the bad overrode the good. Claire was annoying. I liked that her emotions about her father really tugged at my heart (Mayberry is fabulous at this), but she was just SO over-the-top. To all her reactions I was OMG, JUST CALM DOWN! It started right in the beginning, and although Mayberry did give explanation of her hatred and vitriol and general overreaction, but it still was hard to overlook to continue reading.

Also, they needed a different male model for the cover. I did not see Jack that way AT ALL.

So, I probably would not reread the first half of the book because of these issues, but would consider the second half, as it did improve.