Remy Goes to Therapy

Remy Goes to Therapy Remy watched the dark skinned woman as she smiled and moved among the crowd Her hair was once again coiled in a tight bun In fact the few times he had seen her her hair had been in that same damn bu

  • Title: Remy Goes to Therapy
  • Author: Shara Azod
  • ISBN: 9780981820880
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Remy watched the dark skinned woman as she smiled and moved among the crowd Her hair was once again coiled in a tight bun In fact, the few times he had seen her, her hair had been in that same damn bun Everything about her seemed to be under complete control What would it be like to see her hair down What would it be like to see all that cool control thrown right outRemy watched the dark skinned woman as she smiled and moved among the crowd Her hair was once again coiled in a tight bun In fact, the few times he had seen her, her hair had been in that same damn bun Everything about her seemed to be under complete control What would it be like to see her hair down What would it be like to see all that cool control thrown right out the window What kind of man would make her lose control What he wouldn t give to be that man That Remy is watching you again, Jade whispered in Regina s ear He probably just wanted to talk Once people found out her profession, they seemed to want to corner her at parties and talk Free therapy was like it Still, a girl could fantasize, couldn t she And with a bad boy like Remy, there was plenty to fantasize about.

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    About " Shara Azod "

  • Shara Azod

    I was born in Florida, grew up in Southern California, and has lived all over the world I am a total Marine brat, Navy vet, and the wife of a Navy lifer, I have visited four ofthe world s seven continents My favorite destinations are Paris, Hong Kong, Bahrain,the United Arab Emirates and Catania.I married a real life cowboy and has two beautiful children Currently residein the South, I enjoy the slow easy pace of life since my husband retired and hopeto keep busy writing plenty of juicy romances.

  • 869 Comments

  • I really enjoyed this one overall. Especially because the heroine worked in mental health and wasn't a whiny baby. She also had real obstacles to climb with her parents being so against an interracial relationship and Remy's battle axe of a c*** whore grandmother trying to meddle. It had a lot of grammatical errors and such that suggest it could use a few more passes made by an editor and the writing was of okay quality. With that being said I still can't wait to read more about the Chevalier me [...]


  • When this story came out, I couldn't find it in ebook. I wrote Ms. Azod with a fan's dilemma, she helped me out Great author!!!


  • I am in love with this series. Remy so far has been my favorite. I have downloaded the next in the series, although it's hard to tell the order. I would definitely lend this one. TTFN.


  • Love all of this serious! I've read them all the way from Theirry's Angel up to Forever Jade! Which was the best in my humbly, audacious opinion! LOVE RANCE!


  • So loved it! I just can't believe a grandma can be so vindictive at trying to break up her grandson relationship with an African American woman. But I loved Regina and Remy story. It was a good read!


  • MehUnbelievable. The main characters barely interacted to justify the love they felt. I wished the book had been fleshed out more


  • Remy Goes to Therapy was an okay book. I was hoping it would be better than the previous one in the series, but it was about the same for me. While Remy was more interesting and hotter than Theirry, Regina and her internal dialogue had me skimming chunks of the book. Lady Rienne and her many layers of secrets was once again the most exciting plotline of the story. I'll tell ya - Shara Azod definitely has a way with giving you just enough clues to the big mystery in each book to keep you coming b [...]


  • I like almost everything that Shara Azod writes.I am a huge fan of the Chevalier series. Thierry's angel is my favorite one with Forever Jade as a close second. this book was a little briefer then I have come to expect in this series of books but you feel that you know Remy well enough from Thierry's Angel that his devilment and humor really come through. In my opinion this is the 3rd strongest book in the series. My next favorite book in the series is Forever Jade- the remaining Chevalier books [...]


  • I read this book back in 2009,actually this was first book of the series I read before I knew it was part of a series. When I realized it was I had to have the first book . GoodnessI love Remy! although this was a short read the storyline was great, and the passion between Remy and Regina was incredible.This was the second book of Ms. Azod's I'd read. She has become one of my all time favorite authors. I now own several of her books both in ebook and print format.This entire series is GREAT!!!Th [...]


  • Ok, i gave this one a two (too bad i can't give 1/2 ratings or i would have done 2 1/2) because it just wasn't as exciting as the first. I think it was Regina's character. She was just boring, which is a shame because i like Remy's character. I love that Remy didn't give a crap or take crap from his grandmother. It goes to show that even the wildest playboy can settle down when the right woman comes around. It's a shame that Regina's father acted the way he did, because that had to have been pai [...]


  • I'm soo disappointed by this instalment and I'm sad to write this review . Unfortunately I wasn't able to read it to the end. The plot of this was practically non existent. Thierry's story was interesting as it had many intertwined storylines. This was bland and failed to maintain my attention. I'm not sure how it was able to get a higher rating than Thierry's Angel.


  • I liked the book but just like the previous one this needed editing. The ending was another thing that really bothered me it seemed abrupt, you see it comming but it ended oddly(not sure if that is the word i would like to use).


  • wait better than the first book of the Chevalier series except the plot in this one could have probably used a little more unpacking. otherwise, Ms. Azod definitely has a way with words and ver precise point of view on her choice of genre. excellent.


  • 5 Delicious starsloved it and Loved Remy he was so easy to fall in love with. now on to the rest of the books in the series so I can see what became of the vindictive witch of a grandmother.


  • I loved Remy and Regina's story. There story was a fun read because Remy was funny. Her dad acted like a right ass and was no different to the Chevalier cousin grandmother.



  • I really enjoyed the books in this series. while this wasn't my favorite it was still enjoyable. I would recommend it.




  • Ok, I loved Remy. He sounds like my kind of guy. He's funny, he can cook, he has a back bone, and he looks good. He might be my favorite of the Chevalier boys.


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