A Marrying Man

  • Title: A Marrying Man
  • Author: Sandrine Gasq-Dion
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Marrying Man It s been almost a year since a disastrous bet dropped Blaine McKlintock and his best friend Kent Samson in hot water Now Kent is getting ready to propose to Terry Barron Blaine couldn t be happier
    It s been almost a year since a disastrous bet dropped Blaine McKlintock and his best friend, Kent Samson in hot water Now, Kent is getting ready to propose to Terry Barron Blaine couldn t be happier for his best friend, but when Kent asks Blaine to plan the wedding, Blaine is thrown for a loop, especially when Kent drops another bomb Spencer Cassidy will be helping BlIt s been almost a year since a disastrous bet dropped Blaine McKlintock and his best friend, Kent Samson in hot water Now, Kent is getting ready to propose to Terry Barron Blaine couldn t be happier for his best friend, but when Kent asks Blaine to plan the wedding, Blaine is thrown for a loop, especially when Kent drops another bomb Spencer Cassidy will be helping Blaine remembers Spencer very well, but the former Wall Street force doesn t seem to remember him Blaine s changed a lot since the bet, but will Spencer see it too

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    About Sandrine Gasq-Dion


    1. I have been blessed in this life to not only have parents that support me, but kids that do as well I grew up in a loving but Old School French household My parents worked for the airlines TWA so I was able to see a lot of Europe as a kid I moved to Seattle Washington at the age of 22 and stayed there for twelve years before moving to Alaska for a little over two Fairbanks, AK was one hell of an experience and I wouldn t hesitate to go back I spent a little over a year in South Carolina before moving back to Arizona I then left for Kansas for five years and now reside in Arizona I ve been connected to the military in one way or another for over half my life and wouldn t change a thing about it Writing has become my full time job and I ve never been so happy doing a job I love and being able to do it in my jammies I plan on writing until I dry up and die Hopefully, that won t happen soon


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    1. Wasn't really feeling this one! Didn't really like Blaine or Spencer, to be quite honest! Blaine especially acted like a drama queen! IDK they both just acted so immature the majority of the book! Pretending to hate each other only to instantly fall in love!It was almost an exact replica of The Betting Man, complete with Mr. Hawke swooping in to save the day! I will say I like Casper's character I think. Slatert so much at this point! He seems like he might be really annoying!I did like Valerie [...]

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    2. I was pretty much okay with this story, UNTIL… the truly selfish and evil ex-wife pulled some very serious emotional and financial fuckery at MC #1’s expense, for several YEARS, which were ALL just swept under the rug and forgiven. Like, immediately! THE FUCK???No real outrage or resentment voiced on-page from her ex-husband. She used his love for his young daughter as a loaded gun to his head (and checkbook) and he's got nothing? Really?I almost DNF'd it immediately at that point. That plot [...]

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    3. ***3 Stars***This was a nice, fluffy, quick read. It was entertaining enough to keep me company on my flight to Vegas, but nothing really stands out. It took a while for Spencer and Blaine to grow on me, but once they did, I thought they were cute together. Spencer's daughter was a great addition, however, I could have done without his ex wife (who was done up as MEGA VILLAIN EXTRAORDINAIRE). I'm really intrigued by Spencer's snarky hornball brother, Slaterd especially his hilarious banter with [...]

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    4. A Marrying Man was the second book in the Men of Manhattan series by Sandrine Gasq-Dion. Blaine McKlintock was gorgeous, arrogant, rich, and pompousor was he? He had met Spencer Cassidy several years ago in passing, but he never forgot him. They met again through Kent and Terry (book one, A Betting Man). Spencer was strong, gorgeous and confident. He was divorced from the ex-wife from hell. He's always known he was bi-sexual, but had never fully explored it. He totally wanted to explore it with [...]

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    5. 3.25I liked this one, but not as much as the first book. There were a couple things that really bothered me that kept me from rating it higher. Firstly, why would a bisexual man have such a hard time wrapping his head around the fact that another bisexual man was married once and had a child. Even gay men and women occasionally marry someone of the opposite gender. Whether they are in denial or caught up in a circumstance, being married to someone of the opposite sex does not mean you are straig [...]

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    6. 5 starsLoved it!! Hoping for a book about Casper and Slater (L.O.V.E. HIM!!) and possibly Matthew and Drakon??

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    7. I read book one so now I feel obligated to read book two. In book 1 Blaine was vain douchenozzle. I except to see some groveling and redemption here and not just be told he's changed a lot since book one. You Are Being Warned This Review Contains SPOILERS and a lot of them and also this is just my personal comments and thoughts as I read this. Chapter 1 is an info dump about Blaine and his family. It also shows how insensitive he is, especially towards his mother. First he double booked a meetin [...]

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    8. Overall book rating: 3.8 Audio book: n/a Cover rating: 4 stars ( I really like these covers) MC1: Blaine MC2: SpencerYeah I know there's a lot of negative reviews on this one, but I think I am a romantic at heart and just in the RIGHT mood for no drama head over heals, over the moon and back I love you's. This series is all flowers and hearts and for once I enjoy them, I prepared myself to not to look to deep in the story and to just take it as it is I actually felt sorry for Blaine I know he wa [...]

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    9. Review written for Hearts On Fire Reviews This book is the follow-up to A Betting Man. This story features Kent’s best friend, Blaine (other half of the bet maker from that book), and Spencer, Terry’s boss (and victim of the bet from that book). Blaine and Spencer are asked by Kent to plan his and Terry’s wedding (though he has yet to even ask Terry). Oh, and they have about a month to plan said wedding.Now, for me to explain my issues here, I first have to explain how things were. In A Be [...]

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    10. Overall book rating: 3.8Audio book: N/A Book cover: 4 Eye Catching StarsStill riding my happy cloud on the series. I’m enjoying it for what it gives me. A low angst all ends well no big waves smiling time.

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    11. What can I say?Probably my favorite in the series. I love the tension between Blaine and Spencer. It makes the story exciting.Hear that? That's my heart saying,"chuba-chu-chu."

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    12. 1.5 starsI went into this book with high hopes. I had reviewed the first book, A Betting Man, and I loved the character of Spencer, who was one of the MC’s boss. I was looking forward to Spencer’s story and seeing how Ms. Gasq-Dion went about redeeming Blaine, who was the moron who made that horrible ‘bet’ with Kent.In this installment, Kent and Terry from book one are on their way to wedded bliss. Kent has asked Spencer and Blaine to help plan his surprise proposal and wedding to Terry. [...]

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    13. 2.5 starsI liked the previous book, the Betting Man, but not so much this one. Problems I have with this book:- Too many subplots and characters. It has stories about the main characters, their parents, and their dog too! It takes away from the focus of the MCs relationships.- I have a feeling like watching gay soap opera: the rich and beautiful and all young male characters are either bi or gay. The brother, the assistant, even the boss are all attracted to men.- The use of too oft used plot: i [...]

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    14. I really enjoyed this fluffy mushy sweet story of Spencer and Blaine.Spencer's jealousy is really something, and I loved Valerie.And I think I'll continue with the sexy ghost story, Casper :)

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    15. ★★★ 3 It-Was-Sweet Stars ★★★This was an adorable follow-up to the first book. Blaine and Spencer were both likable MCs. Blaine, who has had a crush on Spencer for years, is nervous when he finds out that he and Spencer will be planning their best friends' wedding. Blaine, who feels guilty for making the bet with Kent in the first book and for hurting Terry as a consequence, is a changed man. He is more down-to-earth and less pompous and pretentious. Spencer is smitten with Blaine whe [...]

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    16. This book is sorta like The Wedding Planner meets The Backup Boyfriend. Solidly cute.

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    17. Such a sweet story to follow up the first book. I love Blaine and Spencer. They are a sweet couple and add in a kid, then the wild times begin.

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    18. Sometimes you need something simplistic and sweet. This book filled that slot so beautifully for me. I am in the middle of an insane film shoot at the moment and I just needed a brain break. I knew Sandy would come through for me and I was not disappointed. It’s been awhile since I read A Betting Man but I quickly remembered as I started into this story. Blaine and Spencer were just so cute too. Blaine McKlintock may have been a bit of an ass in the past, but watching his best friend Kent almo [...]

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    19. Review posted on World of Diversity Fiction Reviews4.25 StarsI enjoyed reading the previous book, The Betting Man, but this one I loved. Yes there were things that would normally be annoying, like the bitchy women, MC’s that needed redeeming when I thought that was impossible, MC’s that acted and sounded like teenagers, no that’s too nice a thing to say, I’ve seen teenagers sound and act more mature than these two but having said that, I started reading A Marrying Man and just couldn’t [...]

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    20. Ok - first book was entertaining, not earthshaking, but nice enough to get me moving on to the sequel at once.Another nice enough read all along until, yes, until 83% and the next 'surprising' move of the ex-wife. To add some drama to the story the author decided to have the horrible ex-wife issue the thread of 'stop this relationship and do what I want, otherwise your poor shmock of a boyfriend will be outed as a child-molester' - yes, great turn of the story! Nope:(I don't like this at all, I [...]

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    21. Loved it! At the end of "A Betting Man" You see Blaine already making changes (He apologizes to Kent for his role in things) In A Marrying Man, you see Blaine AFTER the bet and it's fallout. I, for one, LOVED IT. I read the book in one sitting, couldn't put it down. The dialogue was fresh and witty and I absolutely loved Slater Cassidy (Spencer's brother). Spencer's daughter was precious without being annoying and I wanted to strangle Vanessa! I actually cried for Blaine at one point! The plot i [...]

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    22. I had read A Betting Man first and loved the characters, the setting, and the pace of the novel, and I dove head first into A Marrying Man with much anticipation. Though in grand soap opera fashion, this follow up novel picks up where the last novel left off and gives the reader a different perspective with a different story line, this book does a great job of giving the reader a good dose of love being for love’s sake. I am a big fan of love happening no matter the gender. Love does and shoul [...]

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    23. 3.5 starsFull review with slight spoilers can be found at On Top Down Under Book Reviews.This is a nice sequel to A Betting Man. I actually enjoyed this one more than the first one. While I don't exactly buy into some of the changes by a lot of the characters in this book as compared to the last one, I did find it to be an entertaining read.This book was provided by Wilde City Press in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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    24. 2.5 StarsI wanted to like this more than I did. I enjoyed book one but this one fell flat. It was frankly, boring. I loved Blaine (despite the fact that he was a total asswipe in book 1) and Spencer was alright. Plus there was Valerie, whom I adored. But, overall, the story simply lacked umph.Bottom line: ho-hum.

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    25. Very cute and light read. All the ppl around the MC's in this series so far have been surreal which fits me perfectly right now.

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