Tony's Haven

Tony s Haven Sometimes Love comes in a package we least expect to find it in Tony Sherman may be a modern day Adonis and a well known ladies man but hiding beneath his carefree playboy persona is a man who knows

  • Title: Tony's Haven
  • Author: Dominique Eastwick
  • ISBN: 9781619370135
  • Page: 309
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes Love comes in a package we least expect to find it in.Tony Sherman may be a modern day Adonis and a well known ladies man, but hiding beneath his carefree, playboy persona is a man who knows how to be discreet He keeps his desire to protect all those he loves from being seen by anyone, particularly his family Fate intervenes when he uses his charm to beg a favSometimes Love comes in a package we least expect to find it in.Tony Sherman may be a modern day Adonis and a well known ladies man, but hiding beneath his carefree, playboy persona is a man who knows how to be discreet He keeps his desire to protect all those he loves from being seen by anyone, particularly his family Fate intervenes when he uses his charm to beg a favor from a co worker, a women as unaffected by his charisma as she is by his looks.Haven Pelletier is anything but the kind of woman usually found on Tony s arm or in his bed She s mousy and rubenesque, unmoved by his Adonis appearance But when circumstances bring them together, she sees right through his tarnished armor to the true man underneath.As Haven learns about Tony, she discovers a man who might just steal her heart if she lets him Can Tony be the knight in shining armor Haven needs Or will the secrets in his past keep them both from finding happiness

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    1. “One minute she was just this woman I worked with, the next, she was this woman I couldn't go an hour without seeing.”At first glance, Tony might seem like an entitled playboy and is often referred to as “Golden Boy Sherman”, but underneath the false exterior is a wealth of insecurities and a very protective nature. Tony plays into the false perception because risking exposure would grant needless worry from his family. Those concerns that had started when he was much younger during one [...]

    2. Loved this book, very much a wake up call. Ignorance is bliss. How can gossip and bullshit can terminate someone without giving that person the benefit of the doubt. But revenge is the best way to plot and conquer. Oops, I can not speak. There is always sit back and watch the s(**&^ do what can F*(& them over. Kudos to Ms. Eastwick Bravo. And thank you. Would love to see a book about Spencer, Lucas and Hunter, but if I may putting an input Please add more Spicy Plus Size Rubenesque Woman [...]

    3. Tony’s Haven by Dominique Eastwick was a fantastic read. I fell in love with Haven’s brutal sense of humour and witty retorts. I related to her size and the pain she went through in her previous relationship. The best part was she remained strong through it all, as much as she could. When Tony really appeared I totally fell for the smoke screen façade he built around himself. I worried about Haven’s heart as the story evolved but gave her major kudos for telling a certain member of his fa [...]

    4. WOW!!! What a difference from the first book in the series!!! I just couldn't believe it! I totally liked both the h and the H! Just sweet together! Sweet, sweet love story! One tiny, teeny remark: she could have forigiven him a little bit earlier, knowing about his protective streak and that he was trying to stop her, but at last she realized that he was really who she thought he was! Great job Ms Eastwick! I would like to thank you for your kind offer to gift me with this book! Your kindness, [...]

    5. Tony's Haven is the perfect second book in the Sherman series. Tony's story was exciting and refreshing. Finally a realistic woman in erotic fiction!! I had a hard time putting this book down and once it was finished I found myself wanting more.

    6. I liked this one, especially Haven. Her reactions and choices weren't always the best, but they were logical in terms of her personality and background. I liked Tony way better than I expected to as he was billed as a player, ugh. But he turned out to be quite likable from the first few pages.

    7. Another hit!! After taking some time off from his family, Tony is required to make an appearance at the family’s annual skiing trip before they start to get more concerned about his absence. He may be known as a playboy, but he is bound and determined to leave his old ways behind him. The problem is his family will be suspicious if he shows up alone and disappointed if he brings his usual flavor, ala bimbo. So he comes up with a plan, take a woman they wouldn’t expect and one he thinks he ca [...]

    8. If you're looking for a realistic erotic contemporary romance, this is one to check out. Dominique really knows how to set up a believable conflict, characters, dialog, and situations. Tony and Haven (great name for a heroine) are sweet together. The pace feels natural, too, as does the development of their romance. While graphic and hot, the frequency of the love scenes doesn't overwhelm the plot. I admit hanging onto the last 30 pages until I had time to savor them. If you haven't read the fir [...]

    9. "Tony Sherman is legendary as a playboy, Haven Pelletier is the only female at work who doesn't throw herself at Tony any chance she gets."Review on Sensual Readssensualreads/?p=8117**Reread because I was in the mood for a makeover story. Really good, I liked that Haven was a non nonsense woman and although out of her comfort zone she still lays it out.

    10. Title: Tony's Haven - Sherman series Book 2Author: Dominique EastwickPublisher: Musa PublishingPublication Date: 2011ISBN: 978-1-61937-013-5Genre: Erotic Romance, Rubenesque, Sherman Family SeriesLength: 139 pagesHeat Level: EroticOther: oralReviewer: TJDate: December 31, 2011Tony's Haven is a great read with a fantastic hero. Tony is just the right mixture of “too good to be true” and flawed man making him a near-perfect leading man. I wanted to hate him a little at the beginning of the boo [...]

    11. Tony's always been the playboy, but what starts out as a rouse to appease his parents ends up as finding the ONE! Haven is not thrilled when Tony shows up at her cube to tell her she is not getting a promotion and figuring that he was sent she never will; but to her surprise he offers to mentor her to try again next year IF she will pretend to be his girlfriend for a family ski weekend. She accepts but makes no bones about the fact she thinks he is a playboy and a jerk… first. In the week lead [...]

    12. Tony is a protector. To get his family off his back, he propositions Haven with money for a weekend with his family. She does not like him. He knows she does not like him so both figure there will be no problems. Tony, however, is attracted to Haven as he works more closely with her and as he gets to know her outside of work. The downside to this all is the non-fraternization clause in Haven's contract.I liked Tony and Haven. They fight a lot. Haven does not pull her punches with him. Tony's not [...]

    13. Tony and Haven don't seem like they would make a great couple. Tony is all about fun and not into relationships. Haven has a young daughter and had a very disappointing marriage. Her ex really hurt her. She has been content to focus on her career and her daughter. When Tony is set up as her mentor for promotions, she is not too excited. She thinks he is just a player with no substance. He thinks he can use her as a barrier with his family and starts to realize he wants more. There is an added co [...]

    14. Sighs. Tony is a complex man, if you have read the first book in the series you get a taste of him there. I couldn't wait to find out more about him. I was greatly intrigued with Tony in Hunter's book. What made him become the family protector? Could he ever truly find love being the playboy his family all thought he was? Was he worthy of it if he found someone he could be himself with? In this page turning, sexy, hot addition to the Sherman Family novel series you will find out. 5/5 stars. This [...]

    15. Sighs. Tony is a complex man, if you have read the first book in the series you get a taste of him there. I couldn't wait to find out more about him. I was greatly intrigued with Tony in Hunter's book. What made him become the family protector? Could he ever truly find love being the playboy his family all thought he was? Was he worthy of it if he found someone he could be himself with? In this page turning, sexy, hot addition to the Sherman Family novel series you will find out. 5/5 stars. This [...]

    16. Tony and Haven's story is very sweet. I liked how she wasn't what his women usually looked like yet she turns out to be what he really wants. It makes for a sweet, heart warming. hopeful story. The characters are great, well thought out and written. I recommend this series to anyone looking for a good series to read,Series reading order.1. Hunting JC2. Tony's Haven.2.5 Kissing the Bridesmaid 3. Killing Lucas3.5 Kissing the Tycoon *****Gifted ARC copy*****L.

    17. The intro to the novel is very rough and I was concerned that it may have been one of those high school teenager written underdeveloped novels but luckily it got better. But then there is a misunderstanding in form of lack of communication and the heroine took the situation to a whole other level even though she is partly to blame (she never acknowledges this). In the end it all works out but what had potential just turned out to be an ok read.

    18. The big blowout towards the end was off-putting and rather unrealistic. The room has glass walls and she's a single mom. And the remaining story progression felt disconnected from the rest of the previous story. I also think the author was trying to connect this to a future book with Spencer but it was awkward.Prior to that, I enjoyed their chemistry.

    19. Not too shabby. I liked the down-trodden, chubby heroine (actual chub too, size 18, not just "curvy" or whatever). The ending dragged a bit for my tastes and the section on Massachusetts family law could have used some research, but overall, there was enough angst and insecurity for me to like it. And I usually don't got for single-parent heroes or heroines.

    20. I loved this one. I mean you see the casanova man facade while in reality he is not and he ends up with a mousy girl which is s cool how he tries to keep casanova alive while she sees the truth behind the mirror and loses her heart to him. I loved the suspense and the words between the lines in this one.

    21. I can't say the book was perfect (there were some rushed moments). However a book that gets a deep, and unexpected, emotional response from me gets 5 stars.

    22. 2.5 stars. It was okay. Cheesy of course. Ran across quite a few errors. Missing letters, missing WORDS. I needed a quick read and this worked perfectly.

    23. 2.75 stars as it fell between "it was ok" and "liked it" rating scale-leaning. Overall, I liked it better than I thought I would while reading it.

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