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How the Playboy Got Serious (Mills & Boon Modern Tempted) (The McKenna Brothers, Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Riley McKenna has led a charmed life – an endless string of notorious parties and scantily-clad women! But life for Riley is about to change. Cut off from the family trust fund, he’s out on his ear and fending for himself.

When he applies for a job at Stace Kettering’s diner, she’s not impressed by his blue eyes and easy smile. She has a strict zero tolerance policy towards pampered playboys, having learned her lesson once already – charming words cover a multitude of sins!

Riley thinks Stace will fall for him like all the others – but he’s about to discover that his playboy ways just don’t cut it in the real world…

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shirley Jump spends her days writing romance and women’s fiction to feed her shoe addiction and avoid cleaning the toilets. She cleverly finds writing time by feeding her kids junk food, allowing them to dress in the clothes they find on the floor and encouraging the dogs to double as vacuum cleaners. Visit her website at or read recipes and life adventures at


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 682 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 188 Seiten
  • Verlag: Mills & Boon Modern Tempted; Auflage: 1 (1. September 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00E8F999G
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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HASH(0x925539b4) von 5 Sternen #2 in The McKenna Brothers series... even better than the first! 7. September 2012
Von Aurelia B Rowl - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This is the second book in The McKenna Brothers series and straightaway, I preferred it to the first book in the series.

Immediately, you bond with Riley and although he is a bit of a playboy, you can't help loving him and wanting to get to know him. He is going some through emotional changes and doing his best to ignore it but he gets a real wake-up call from the two leading ladies in this book, Stace and Grandma.

I raced through this book and then charged onto the third. Well worth a read...
HASH(0x92553a08) von 5 Sternen Lots of smiles - A "Feel Good" sort of book 1. März 2013
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The second in Ms. Jump's series about the three brothers and their different roads to the altar. Liked this one just as much as the first, for the same reasons: good character development, interesting relationships, and nice ending. Could not wait to go on to brother number three!
HASH(0x92553ce4) von 5 Sternen Simply wonderful 25. Oktober 2012
Von bjshort - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
When I first started reading the book I thought oh here we go again, but after a few pages I was truly hooked and could not put the book down Thanks Shirley Jump good work
HASH(0x92553bdc) von 5 Sternen How the Playboy Got Serious 6. Oktober 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf
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I really loved this book. I like when he gets put in his place and wants to fight to prove everyone wrong about him. The love story of this is great and discover things about the both that need to be discovered.
HASH(0x92553dec) von 5 Sternen Not Too Much to This Story 1. September 2012
Von akb--bookworm - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition
2-1/2 stars

Millionaire playboy Riley McKenna gets an unexpected gift for his 26th birthday from his grandmother--she's cutting him off. He figures he will put on the appearance of working for his grandmother's sake. He finds a job as a waiter at the Morning Glory Diner because waiting tables is just so easy. He's had people wait on him all his life, and it can't be hard. Stace Kettering, part owner of the diner, isn't impressed by Riley. Stace has a plan, and it doesn't include pampered playboys, having learned her lesson before. Stace is used to doing everything herself and not relying on others. Riley is used to doing nothing and being as unreliable as possible.

This story was only okay. I could never really get into it, so it was easy to nitpick over the little things like:

1. The fact that we hear both their full names ALL THE TIME. It was often Stace Kettering this or Riley McKenna that. It was annoying. There really was no reason to keep repeating their full name so often.

2. Also, what kind of High School/Academy that requires loads of money to attend would have an after-school program for at-risk kids?

3. And Riley is supposed to be cut off and required to pay rent on the guest house he lives in and get a job. He gets a job, but never pays rent. He continues to do some partying with his old friends, but he never has the consequence of not having enough money to pay rent. He was "cut off" for merely a week or two at most. I would have liked to see some REAL consequences of him being cut off.

4. The pacing seemed weird. Stace and Riley are co-workers and he's proving to be only slightly reliable. Riley asks Stace why she's so mad at him for blowing off work and at men in general and she says "Tell me, how are you different? Are you looking for marriage? For commitment? For anything more permanent than a tan?" It just seemed weird that she would get all personal about marriage and commitment when they are CO-WORKERS and it was his 3 or 4th day of work.

5. This story only covers about 2 weeks, which seems like a very quick time for these two to fall in love and to reform a confirmed playboy, even if he was already having doubts about his old lifestyle.

Stace and Riley both have abandonment issues from losing parents at a young age but have dealt with it in completely opposite ways. They were constantly pushing and pulling at each other. It was interesting to see two different ways people can be effected by losing parents.

I did enjoy Stace's nephew, Jeremy. He acted like a teen and sounded like a teen. I enjoyed Riley's interaction with him; it was never heavy handed.

I also liked Frank, Stace's partner. He was her father's best friend and now Stace's surrogate father.

I'm not sure if I just wasn't in the mood for this story, but I found myself not really enjoying it. I just kept pushing through hoping it would get better. It was just barely okay and super sappy at the end.
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