She sold her company, signed a contract and was determined to live it up. Only problem, she was a bit of a recluse, painfully shy, kind of clumsy and didn’t know . Lee “A Reclusive Heart” por R.L. Mathewson con Rakuten Kobo. Tired of being walked all over and ignored, Jamie decided that it was time to make something. Under the Covers book blog reviews the second in the Hollywood Hearts series, A Reclusive Heart by R.L. Mathewson.
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To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower heat Tired of being walked all over and ignored, Jamie decided that it was time to make something out of her life. She sold her company, signed a contract and was determined to live it up. Only problem, she was a bit of a recluse, painfully shy, kind of clumsy and didn’t know recusive first thing about living it up. Thankfully she has a very sexy, very determined editor to help her along the way.
She was everything he could ever want, popular and in demand, but unfortunately for him the author that he needed to make a name for himself was also a little recluse who wasn’t doing what he needed her to do. In order to get her to do what he wants he decides to help her in her little quest for a reclusie and ends up with more than he bargained for. Read more Read less. Audible book Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice.
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Mathewsin a customer reckusive. Read reviews that mention hell series little recluse humble heart reclusive heart neighbor from hell well written hollywood hearts nick and jamie highly recommend love story looking forward sugar addiction story line laughing out loud great book great read hearts novel main characters neighbors from hell reading this book.
Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a hezrt filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. To be honest, in the beginning I had trouble with both main characters Fortunately, I kept reading and Nick gets much better as the book progresses and by the end I really liked him and Jamie gets more all a backbone as well and I found I really liked her too. Jamie is haert very shy and downtrodden woman.
She’s been put down in preference for her older sister all her life and been made to believe that she is ugly and worthless by her family.
She’s done well in her business life, having started an online publishing company and making a ehart success of it, along with becoming reclusjve popular author herself. When her life takes a bad turn thanks for her horrible sisterJamie decides it’s time for a change.
Nick is a Senior editor and out to make a name for himself in the publishing business. He’s revlusive a man-whore and has a rule to never sleep with a woman he works with and never sleep with a woman twice. When the story begins, Nick is a conceited prick that doesn’t think about how his actions affect others mathweson as long as he matehwson keep any of the backlash from hitting him.
Fortunately, Nick does get better as the book progresses, actually getting past his self-centeredness and becoming a decent person. When the story begins, Nick isn’t happy about Jamie’s new place on the staff and thinking she’ll get in his way, he basically slams her work as an yeart and her in general when he doesn’t actually know anything about her except the way she looks. When he finds out he’s just been slamming the author that he really wanted to work with due to a pen name he didn’t realize who he was talking to Nick has to backtrack some but still isn’t very nice.
He bullies her about work and the book tour and Jamie is so shy that she can’t really stand up to him very well. Jamie is determined to attempt to live life more and tries to spend some of her free time experiencing life but even when she’s supposed to be free, Nick tends to try to force her to do what he wants.
When they come to a major point of contention about things, Jamie is almost ready to complain to Nick’s boss and have him removed as her editor. Nick freaks out and realizes he has to do something quickly and finds what he needs in the form of a list that Jamie made of things she’d like to do and experience.
Nick agreed to help her check items off her list in their free time if she did whatever he orders during their work times. Jamie is heatr enough that she matheason, thinking at least she’ll have someone to do things with since she’s so shy she hates going places alone, feeling like she stands out as mathewon freak when she’s alone. Her and Nick start checking off items on her list like motorcycle riding and fun stuff like that and find that as they spend more time together, they actually are having fun with each other and becoming friends.
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Nick and Jamie get closer and I liked how things progressed for them. Nick and Jamie find they have become friends and things proceed slowly as the book tour they’re on progresses. They start liking each other but both are convinced that the other isn’t interested anyways so they both hold back. Nick also is convinced he headt sleep with Jamie because of his rules no sleeping with co-workers and no sleeping with the same woman twiceknowing that if he did, he’d just end up hurting Jamie.
Jamie starts opening up as she experiences more and more on the trip and finds she wants to experience more, like sex. w
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Jamie is VERY inexperienced and sets out to plan how to have sex. She didn’t intend to tell Nick but a small issue with a porn virus on her laptop clues Nick in.
Nick isn’t about to bed her but offers to help her with some advise. Of course this doesn’t last long and eventually things between Nick and Jamie snap and they recluisve physically involved but both think it’ll only last until the end of the book tour.
Nick tries to convince himself he’ll have her out of his system by then and Jamie knows she’ll probably have a broken heart when things end but is willing to suffer it to be with Nick for as long as possible. While their relationship is developing they do have a few issues to deal with, like her family being totally horrible excuses for human beings and someone sending her death threats.
There ends up being issues that come up and drama mathewosn unfolds in the end and Jamie is put in a dangerous situation. I found this story to be very enjoyable.
I really wasn’t thrilled with this book when I started it but it completely turned around for me and I’m really glad I read it. My main disappointment with the book is just that Jamie’s “family” didn’t get what they deserved after being so horrible.
I’ve heard there’s supposed to be another book released in this series and I plan to read it as well. I’d recommend this book. The narrator did a very good job. At first she seemed a bit dull in the voice area but as it progressed, the narration seemed to get better.
She did very good at using the inflection in her voice to color the words with the correct emotions. Like for instance, Nick called Jamie “the little recluse” in the beginning of the story and the narrator tinges it with an annoyed flavor when Nick thinks it in the beginning.
Later as the story progresses, Nick starts calling Jamie “his little recluse” and it’s said with much more caring and affection. The way the narration was done worked very well to convey the feelings behind the words and I liked it. I started out with her Neighbors From Hell series. I didn’t read the 1st book in the Hollywood Hearts Novel Series, and it didn’t affect reading this book at all. The characters from the 1st book do make appearances in this novel, but that’s all.
Nick is an arrogant, womanizer focused solely on advancing his career. He has just been assigned to be Jamie’s editor and sees her as his meal ticket to advancing within the company.
Jamie is intent on becoming less of a recluse. She even has a to do list! She’s too shy and uncomfortable to work on her list all by herself. Nick gets the brilliant idea of parading Jamie around doing things on her list like attending candy conventions etc. But what happens when they get to the more interesting items on her list?
Will he help her with those too?
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And what will happen to their working relationship then? This is one of those authors that has you laughing so hard that you cry. She’s able to find humor even in serious situations. I’ve read all non-paranormal R. Mathewson books so matheswon and I can only come to two conclusions. Mathewson she’s now officially my favorite author ever and her books just make me feel good 2 A Reclusive Heart is her best book Closely followed by the Neighbor for Hell series books.
This book has everything to please: Mathewson’s writing, making mathewspn believe that she is, indeed, my book-writing soulmate. Matuewson story is somewhat related to the previous Hollywood Hearts novel and to the world of overnight-famous e-publishing authors. This story in particular is about a young author called Jamie, who is very successful with her writing and self-founded editing company – but she actually never got around to living and to experience all the things she writes about herself.
This is why she decides to undertake some changes in her life and career, which lead her straight into the “care” of Nick, who gets to have the upper hand promoting her work and dealing with her fame in exchange for teaching her how to live – and beyond A great story with blush-worthy steamy scenes, which I totally enjoyed and couldn’t put down. Needless to say I was done with it in one setting.
Great book but I only had one teensy problem giving it a 5 because the resolution was off, and there were editing issues.
The Holly character fell out of the sky. Would have appreciated her more if she had been more of a presence sprinkled throughout the book. Then the need for the big confession at the end wouldn’t have been necessary, and the space could have used for a real cat fight showing the transformation of “the little recluse” coming out of her shell.
The resolution to the letters was supposed to be a surprise or creative twist but, again, new characters dragged in at the end that I, the reader, wasn’t vested in so I skimmed over it.