The Makeup Test

The Makeup Test Parker Breckinridge is a sopho in college and already running her own internet cosmetics business She doesn t apologize for her successes or anything else She s worked hard to get what where she is Sh

  • Title: The Makeup Test
  • Author: Vanessa M. Knight
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 297
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  • Parker Breckinridge is a sopho in college and already running her own internet cosmetics business She doesn t apologize for her successes or anything else She s worked hard to get what where she is She s had to It s not like there was anything else in her life, despite her rich family.Cade Adler doesn t do relationships especially relationships with uptight princesParker Breckinridge is a sopho in college and already running her own internet cosmetics business She doesn t apologize for her successes or anything else She s worked hard to get what where she is She s had to It s not like there was anything else in her life, despite her rich family.Cade Adler doesn t do relationships especially relationships with uptight princesses Been there Done that Destroyed the T shirt Besides, what with working full time as a police officer and going to school, who has time for women Not him.With his tattoos and overall attitude, Cade is exactly what Parker doesn t need And between her father s money and her piss poor attitude, Parker is exactly what Cade doesn t need.So why is it they can t stay apart

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    1. The Make-up Test is feel good romance, and with some angst with and funny bits thrown in. As with other books in the Ritter University world than can be read as standalones. This time is Parker’s turn for romance, when she is left alone in her dorm before the Hols. Parker is desperate to finish up her last clients make-up order and then she is suddenly handcuffed with a gun aimed towards her. Campus security call the police because he thinks she is cooking Meths. When she is arrested it star [...]

    2. **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: bookbriefs**The Makeup Test by Vanessa M. Knight is the sixth book in the Ritter University series. The Ritter University series is a series of new adult standalone romances. The Makeup Test is the first book I have read in the series, and to be perfectly honest, I had never even heard of the series before I found this book. So I certainly had no problem following along with the story and the characters. It really did work as a standalone. [...]

    3. Parker has been a bit of an assertive flavor in the Ritter University series. Sometimes a b*tch, really. We got enough pieces throughout the series to know that she wasn't *really* as bad as she may have appeared, so I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that we finally got her story. And, since it's Parker, it's perfectly appropriate that it's an opposites attract story. Cade's blue collar background and serve-and-protect career is the perfect foil for her spoiled, blue-blooded princess life. This novella has tou [...]

    4. If you've read my other reviews, you'll know I'm a total fan of the Ritter U series. In my opinion, the author's work keeps getting stronger. Loved this.

    5. Maybe closer to 3.5, but because I enjoyed it, I'll bump it up to 4 stars. Overall this was a quick, sweet story. I liked the way it started, I enjoyed all the characters in the book. Cade and Parker made a fun couple. I really liked the way the final obstacle for Cade and Parker played out. I like how the author didn't go the way that most stories seem to go. I like the loyalty and love between Cade and Parker, even as Parker tried to be self-sacrificing. Also, I didn't know that this is actual [...]

    6. I have been a huge fan of the Ritter University series since it started, and I was thrilled to see that snarky Parker was getting her own story. As usual, Vanessa Knight does not disappoint!Parker is trying to finish the last of her makeup orders for her business when she is arrested in her sorority room for "cooking drugs." When Cade, the official town police officer arrives, he removes her handcuffs and holds her attention with his good looks and attention to detail. Cade is pretty sure this y [...]

    7. Reviewed on behalf of 2 Girls Who Love Books BlogThis was my first book of this series and this author. I didn’t realize that it was part of a series till I searched for the book to leave this review, so it can be read as a complete standalone. Obviously there are resurrecting characters, but this book focuses mostly on the main characters – as it should.The writing style is good and easy. It flows and pulls you into the story really fast. The first chapters already had me in tears because i [...]

    8. This cute New Adult contemporary was a quick and cute read following two characters who have to fight to get what they want. The meeting of Parker and Cade could not have been more funny – case of makeup being confused for drugs. The characters were likeable and I enjoyed the family dynamic of the storyline. Parker and Cade’s relationship was believable for a couple in their twenties and I loved following these two overcome the obstacles that are placed in their way. Overall, this is a cute [...]

    9. Although this is book #6 in the Ritter University series, it is perfectly capable of being read as a standalone, as I did. At 144 kindle pages, this is not a tale which will take up much of your time. It is, for the most part, a light, fast paced read. I must say that, certainly for the start at least, I didn't much take to Parker. I much preferred Cade as a character. I warmed to her somewhat over the course of the story, but at first it was difficult to relate to the connection between them, o [...]

    10. Parker is someone that many people think of as a bitch. She tends to hide her true self behind a mask, but she really feels a lot. Her family has been pretty absent until the most inopportune moment. And of course, that's when they decide to butt in and invade her life.Cade is a blue-collar, hardworking man who is tired of spoiled, rich women. But something about Parker that draws him to her, and he ends up finding out that she's not at all what he thought she was.I liked the story, even though [...]

    11. Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!This was a sweet fast little read. The heroine was forced to make a hard choice, but I’m happy with the outcome of the story. It read well, provided some great suspense, and overall had a heartwarming tone to it.Since this was a shorter read, the details and descriptions weren’t intense, but they were great enough to give you the needed picture, without drawing the scenes out. There was enough detail to make me giggle at certain pa [...]

    12. Parker has the unfortunate luck to be arrested by the Campus Security Guard for making drugs. What she was actually doing was creating her all natural makeup for the small cosmetic business she runs on the side. To further her embarrassment, the Police Officer who comes to take over is the very attractive Cade (if you like the blue collar labor thing, which she totally doesn't). But when this misunderstanding ends up spiraling her life out of control, the one person that Parker finds she can cou [...]

    13. *Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot*I generously received an ARC from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest reviewThis is the first book that I've read in the Ritter University series, but that is okay since it was easily understood as a standalone. I throughly enjoyed this fast paced story and was able to finish it in one sitting. There was a nice balance of humor and romance so that was definitely a plus. I didn't immediately connect with Parker's character, but after getting [...]

    14. This was the first book I’ve read in this series and I wasn’t lost at all. College student Parker Breckinridge, of the Chicago Breckinridge’s, was in her room, minding her own business when a campus security officer stormed in and declared she was making meth in her own room. Yes, there were beakers and a hot plate, but the poor girl was making makeup not meth. When she tried to explain, he wouldn’t listen, instead calling in the police to investigate. After officers, and crime scene peo [...]

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