Book Reviews of Really Unusual Bad Boys

Really Unusual Bad Boys
Really Unusual Bad Boys
Author: MaryJanice Davidson
ISBN-13: 9780739458334
ISBN-10: 0739458337
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 219
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Brava
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
Bubblegum for the brain. Her 'undead' series is sooooo much better.
This was a total disappointment.
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Helpful Score: 4
I have just read Really Unusual Bad Boys by MaryJanice Davidson. It is a steamy sexy hoot!. I rarely read a book that makes me laugh out loud but this one did! Its the story of how 3 hunky royal brothers "with a little something extra" meet and woo their ladyloves. I don't want to spoil it by giving too many details but I think if you read this book you wil know why Prince Damon's union with the very outspoken Police Detective Lois Commoner was my favorite part.
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Helpful Score: 4
Strange but lots of fun. I love the brothers' personalities and they are so adorably open with their feelings and affections. I laughed out loud a lot while reading this book. I recommend it if you're looking for a light, fun read that's a bit steamy with lots of laughs.
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Helpful Score: 4
MJ is a trip. Her stories have the wackiest sense of humor and yet, still end up with loads of steam. And this one is no different. Three short stories about three other-worldly brothers somehow come together into a full-fledged book that's just about the right length. I read this one in just a day.
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Helpful Score: 3
I really wish I hadn't of bought this book. I found it to be really lame. Not exciting, no good sex, which I happen to enjoy. I gave it 2 stars.
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Helpful Score: 3
3 "unusual" stories of bad boys who can also become puma's. 3 women from the past, present & future end up in a new world where the men are gorgeous & also feline & fall in love (while giving the guy's a hard time doing it). Very good read.
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Helpful Score: 2
Light reading, fairly unbelievable, but enjoyable. First I've read by the author, liked that the heroines sounded like real people, though there wasn't alot of depth to the male characters.
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Helpful Score: 2
This was a good fun book to read with a very unusual story line.
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Helpful Score: 2
If you're familiar with any of MJD's books, you won't be surprised to find that the characters are very shallow and poorly developed, even if this is comprised of short stories. The leading ladies are typical of any of her books as well as they are all a bit dim-witted, mouthy, whiny and boarder on TSTL. The "bad boys" in here really fell flat, as they were, quite literally, nothing but big pussy-cats and a little lame to boot.

There's definitely several plot-holes in the stories and plots that just weren't satisfying at all, which made it a less than spectacular read.

Overall, it's an okay read, and luckily quite quick.
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Helpful Score: 2
lised as 3 different stories, but the all interconnect and involve the same family of bad boys.
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Helpful Score: 1
Really enjoyed these. Would love to see some more about he Sandlands.
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Helpful Score: 1
really funny. Each story was great I really like this author.
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Helpful Score: 1
Really funny great book.
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Helpful Score: 1
If you're familiar with any of MJD's books, you won't be surprised to find that the characters are very shallow and poorly developed, even if this is comprised of short stories. The leading ladies are typical of any of her books as well as they are all a bit dim-witted, mouthy, whiny and boarder on TSTL. The "bad boys" in here really fell flat, as they were, quite literally, nothing but big pussy-cats and a little lame to boot.

There's definitely several plot-holes in the stories and plots that just weren't satisfying at all, which made it a less than spectacular read.

Overall, it's an okay read, and luckily quite quick.
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3 interesting short stories - good quick reads
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3 great stories in 1 Mary Janice Davidson writes hot!
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I really liked this book.
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As long as you aren't expecting anything deep, in characters or plot, this is a good, easy read (I finished it in one afternoon/evening of reading.) It had me chuckling more than once, and some of the scenes were nicely steamy. A good summer-beside-the-pool read!
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If you're familiar with any of MJD's books, you won't be surprised to find that the characters are very shallow and poorly developed, even if this is comprised of short stories. The leading ladies are typical of any of her books as well as they are all a bit dim-witted, mouthy, whiny and boarder on TSTL. The "bad boys" in here really fell flat, as they were, quite literally, nothing but big pussy-cats and a little lame to boot.

There's definitely several plot-holes in the stories and plots that just weren't satisfying at all, which made it a less than spectacular read.

Overall, it's an okay read, and luckily quite quick.
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a real disappointment. mjd let me down this time...
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Don't bother
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Well this had a little too much sex in it for me at MY age, but for anyone still doing the deed, they should enjoy it immensely!!
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3 related stories about 3 noble brothers from an enchanted kingdom and the women they each love.
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Bridefight". With her injured knee killing her, Detective Lois Commoner takes a pain killer. However, somehow she wonders what she took because she is no longer inside her apartment. Instead she is in a beautiful strange land looking in delight at a naked hunk Prince Damon who offers to take the visitor under his wings and his body. The cop in her says to investigate him thoroughly starting with a pat down even though she sees he has no hidden weapons.

"Mating Season". Army officer Lieutenant Anne Sanger looks forward to being stationed in Germany so she can see Europe and hopes to meet a strong farm lad in uniform who worships her. Instead she meets Prince Maltese naked in her tub who wants to kiss her senseless, which he does. Everything is ecstasy unless she figures she will wake up putting a climax to what feels so truly hard.

"Groomfight". Prince Shakar seemingly fell from the heavens at the feet of Rica Callanbra. He adjusts to her lifestyle while she adapts to having a compassionate caring hunk to swim naked with and make love to. However, the Prince must go home because he must marry one of the fighting females from his realm. Of course these women never battled a strong female human who knows what she wants and how to achieve her objective.

These three amusing erotic romantic fantasies are terrific fun stories starring strong females who match up well with REALLY UNUSUAL BAD BOYS. Once again nobody combines humor, romance, otherworldly elements (including that), and erotica into fabulous tales like MaryJanice Davidson.
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This book is not a paperback, it is hardcover. It is a quick, entertaining read.
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Meet Damon, Maltese and Shakar...three brothers with wonderfully funny women who come into their lives...or they into theirs.....