Catching Mr Right

Catching Mr Right Sometimes the perfect man is the one determined to give you away Tucker Right has loved Norman Wells since the first day they met but the mercenary believes the beautiful scientist needs a gentler so

  • Title: Catching Mr Right
  • Author: Amber Kell
  • ISBN: 9780857156198
  • Page: 202
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes the perfect man is the one determined to give you away.Tucker Right has loved Norman Wells since the first day they met, but the mercenary believes the beautiful scientist needs a gentler soul to care for him.Determined to find his friend the perfect man, Tucker is astonished to learn Norm has no intention of being set up.When the mob targets Norm for his scientiSometimes the perfect man is the one determined to give you away.Tucker Right has loved Norman Wells since the first day they met, but the mercenary believes the beautiful scientist needs a gentler soul to care for him.Determined to find his friend the perfect man, Tucker is astonished to learn Norm has no intention of being set up.When the mob targets Norm for his scientific breakthroughs Tucker has to step up and claim the man who had every intention of Catching Mr Right.

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    1. I put my hand on the holy Dictionary and swear that Amber Kell writes some of the most outlandishly entertaining stories. It's great when a story doesn't take itself too seriously and Amber Kell's stories have a happy-go-lucky, madcap feeling to them. Norman is a super wealthy super-genius who we meet as he's sitting in a bar getting drunk with his best friend, Tucker. His best friend who he's in love with. Norman's getting drunk because Tucker has no idea that he's the object of Norman's affect [...]

    2. If there is such a thing as a fluffy thriller, this is it. I know it sounds weird, but let me explain. Norm, the brilliant scientist, and Tucker, the hard-boiled ex-soldier, make a most unlikely pair, yet they have been best friends for five years. The way they have secretly been pining for each other would be sad if it hadn’t been presented in such a funny way. The first half of the story sounds more like a romantic comedy, which I enjoyed a lot, with a few hints at something darker. And just [...]

    3. 3.5 starsYou want something light, fluffy, and entertaining? Pick up Amber Kell's stories :). This story is pretty cute, I must say that Norman, the science geek definitely shows Tucker (the ex-mercenary) that brain can trump over brawn (yay, science geek!). The whole plot of Norm trying to make Tucker incredibly jealous is funny! An enjoyable short story, that's for sure.

    4. Five years of keeping their real desires hidden turns out to be all Norman and Tucker can stand. Best friends and close companions, they know each other like an old married couple but it's always been hands off. Tucker thinks he isn't worthy of the genius who fixes his breakfast, and Norman doesn't understand why Tucker's never touched him. Amber Kell sorts this muddle out in Catching Mr. Right.Big, ex-mercenary Tucker calls Norman "sweetheart" frequently, and mother-hens him about finding a nic [...]

    5. Tucker is a mercenary, has killed people and done things he feels make him unworthy of the object of his affection, his best friend Norm. Norm is a genius scientist who works on things for the good of humanity. The fact that those same things can be used for evil? Well, that causes some complications when others find out. Tucker loves Norm and since he’s not good enough to be with Norm, he will have to find someone worthy of the man. Incidental to his brain is the fact that Norm can’t stay w [...]

    6. 2011 Review:Okay, this was really sweet and at times amusing too, in the way this author sometimes has.Once again we have the apparently weaker guy turn out to be devious and at least as dangerous (if not more) as his huge ex-killer lover. And all without magic in this case. Funny thing how sex didn’t really happen, either. Sure, there was (view spoiler)[a small blowjob and the epilogue had our smaller guy actually and surprisingly topping (hide spoiler)], but those were brief moments. This di [...]

    7. I like this story because the Geek can kick ass badly the Geek way, of course! No laying around clueless until the former military best friend/boyfriend comes to save him.The plot to make Tucker jealous is also funny! The only thing that I wish is handled better is when Norm comes out to Tucker. It could have done with more romantic setting. Still, a very nice reading.

    8. Kind of short but entertaining. Good romance even if the execution wasn't the best. I also advise a good revision 'cause the grammar mistakes were kind of glaring at me while I was trying to enjoy the story. I also think the whole sub-plot with the gangsters should've either been better done or not present at all.

    9. A sweet short story and I recommend it, especially if you are considering buying the 2nd in the series "Accounting for Luke" which was a little longer and I enjoyed that one even more. I considered this book a very entertaining starter to Accounting for Luke but it can be read as a stand-alone.

    10. A sweet and action packed story that has the reader wondering who is more dangerous, the ex-mercenary or the science geek.

    11. I admit, I got kinda tired of Tucker's "I can't have him, I'm no good for him" mentality through the book, but this was very entertaining and fun to read!

    12. It is about Norm, the devious genius 9in a good way) and Tucker, his neanderthal man. They are a good match.

    13. Cute read that could have stood to be a bit longer to add depth. A happy story that is just fun to be read. Always enjoy Amber Kell books even if they are a bit "fluffy".

    14. Another story obviously written by a women. The characters were pretty girly. I skimmed through most of it. Won't read it again.

    15. Quick but quality read. Wished it would have been longer, but I loved the mouse of a scientist and the over bearing ex mercenary.Looking forward to the next book in the series.

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