This was a highly anticipated book for me and thoroughly enjoyed the book. The author has an amazing way with words. There is still relationship angst, mystery, challenges and hope throughout this book as was in the first 2 books.
The only things that would have made this better was to see Sara be more confident in her relationship with Chris, she was easy to second guess everything so I would like to have seen her with more conviction. I also wish this book was the wrap up instead of having to wait for book 4 & 5.
I am a huge Kristen Ashley fan and read reviews of this book before I purchased the audio version. The reviews were mixed and I can understand why now that I've listened to the book. The writing is very similar to Mystery Man and Wild Man and I was very excited to hear Mitch's story. I would have fallen in love with this book if Mara had been a stronger character. I got tired of the second guessing and the way she kept going on and on about how she wasn't good enough for Mitch. That killed the story for me and I found myself forwarding through many sections.
I have a love/hate relationship with this author; I either love her stories or hate them so I was nervous to take a chance on this book. While I wasn't on the edge of my seat I did enjoy the book and the characters. I enjoyed the flow of the book and I didn't feel as though the story got stuck or was filler.
I'm not normally a fan of BDSM and steer away from these books however I was intrigued by the characters in this book. Could she really fully submit and if she didn't could he accept her independence? I enjoyed this book and the journey they took together. I appreciated that she learned to accept her need to submit without shame even though she maintained her individuality outside the bedroom.
I really wish the author had cut the junk out of this book and added it to the end of book 3. I felt like the majority of the book was filler and I was completely bored. The only reason I kept going was a need to finish the series. I still feel Sofia Willingham was the perfect narrator.
This was my first book by this author and I was pleasantly surprised by this book. While this book didn't keep me on the edge of my seat, and might not be a book I listen to often it was enjoyable and quick.
This book did not let me down, I continued to enjoy the journey of Connor and Ellery and their struggles to maintain all aspects of life and raising a child. Ellery and Connor continue to push each other which in the end strengthens their relationship. Well worth the credit and listen.
I really enjoyed this book. While I loved the interaction between Connor and Ellery it was the feisty personality of Ellery that kept me so involved. I love that she is her own person and doesn't bow down to Connor. This was a very easy and enjoyable listen.
I absolutely loved book 2. It was gritty and raw and kept me on my toes. Book 3 fell short for me. I don't know if it was fitting 2 sets of stories together in 1 book or that I didn't connect to dirty's character that leave me disappointed. It was worth a listen to hear the story but definitely won't be on my must repeat list. The Tatiana Sokolov's did an amazing job with the narration.
I'm going to be the odd one on this review as I am no more in love with this one as I was on book 1. I don't want to spoil the book so I will say that I didn't find it realistic how you cut yourself off from someone then jump back in full force without talking things out. It felt like something a teenager would do.
Just didn't work for me.
I don't know why I just couldn't connect to the characters in this story; especially after reading the reviews and seeing others enjoyed this book. The narrator did a good job but I kept drifting off and after a couple chapters I changed books.
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