I found this audible recording through Bookbub. With no expectations, I listened. Jasinda Wilder paints a vivid portrait of two tormented souls. I found that Colton' character was fully fleshed out. The scenes were so vividly written I almost felt like I was actually watching a movie in my mind's eye. Nell's character was not as engaging as the author wanted to show how she had shut down, and was numbly going through the motions of living. Therefore switching to Colton's perspective really made this book thrum. Wilder is a master at painting word pictures.
I cannot even pick one thing. I LOVE this love story. I listen to it repeatedly when I want to feel true love. I am a 45 yr old woman, married almost 20 years, not a young adult as this book was geared for but I fell so in love with these characters its just ridiculous. lol.
That Colton was always there to protect her and was always drawn to her.
No, this was the first book I heard of theirs. I love them. And then I just googled them and read their love story. OMGOODNESS..
yes. I was obsessed. downloaded the play lists for the books etc and so forth.
After listening to this and the rest of the books, I was sooooo heartbroken to see the series come to an end. I am hoping that Gabriel will do a audio for Falling for Colton.
I stopped after three chapters. It could get better later on but decided at the moment not to waste my time. Since I'm in my car about two hours a day, driving to and fro, to work, I like Audible books. I listened for two hours and found myself disliking the conversations taking place between two 16 year olds. I'm certainly not a prude and I like grown up sex, but not ridiculous conversation. Removing from my Audible app on my iPhone.
Ok so I'm like wow... Sitting at my desk blinking back tears. Listened to this via Audible- it's the song Falling into you at the End that has taken me over the edge. I'm like wow and losing the battle with the tears.
Omg OMG omg this was so gut wrenching and real I'm just like floating in a sea of emotions.
Well developed story line and characters with flaws but real in every way.
None of us is all one thing- good, bad, liberal, conservative, negative, positive and the like and though we attempt to make snap judgments and pigeonhole each other, Mrs. Wilder serves us real people that are complex just like us.
Not worth your time
Very thin story line
Very little story line; most emphasis on the sex