Saturday, October 15, 2011

Review: More Than a Man by Emily Ryan-Davis

Author: Emily Ryan-Davis
Title: More Than a Man
Format:  Ebook Nook
Print Length: 313 pages
Published: January 2010
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Cost: $2.99 Barnes & Noble

Manporium. It's where women of The Future go to buy the men of their dreams.

Genetically engineered to the bride's specifications, a Manporium husband is a perfect husband. At least, that's the theory. But twice-widowed Noelle Lytton shook Manporium's flawless track record when both her first and second husbands died tragically while pursuing interests she engineered into their makeup. Desperate for the perfect marriage she's always dreamed of, she knows her third Manporium husband will be her last. It's this man or nothing.

Vegetarian. Generously equipped. Dominant in bed. When Aya Lytton emerges from Manporium's creation chamber, he knows exactly what he is: custom-made for his bride. Noelle's wish list made her desires perfectly clear. But her desires have nothing to do with his overwhelming need to be more than just the man she created. He'll use every advantage he has to convince Noelle he’s not just her match: he's irreplaceable.

Warning: Sometimes things don't go quite as expected at Manporium. A bride's wish list is, er...subject to interpretation and a man might come out with extra appendages and a mind of his own.

My Review:
I love, love, loved this book. Though there were some parts of the story where I felt the characters actions were inconsistant with their personalities, though I think that could be said about any real person so it adds a bit to the story. My major criticism is that there aren't any other books to follow up with. Hopefully the author decides to expand on this idea and turn this into a series. I ended the book with a smile on my face and will definitely follow this author to see what else she has.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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