I would and have recommended this to a friend. I liked the characters and could pick a few actors in my head that would fit the bill for the leads. I think that most could relate to the situation, not necessarily the movie star part, but the desires and reservations.
I don't know what exactly I would compare this to. I used to only read biographies and non fiction so this is a new genre for me and so far I am really enjoying it.
I liked Graham of course. Sweet, caring, and he looked out for both Emma and Brooke.
I liked the evolution of all of the characters. It made me anticipate the second book just to see what happened to each of them.
The maturity the characters tried to maintain and how Will had to show Laken why he was really in love with her.
That's tough. I like the neighbor girl, but Will won me over.
Either the girl who did the first book or a different male. He just seemed to rush through the reading and there was no real depth added by him. In the first book, the slams were almost over emphasized. In here he seemed to speed read and force the story. I didn't care for this narration at all.
Yes it butterflying did. A couple of times.
The story was great. It was predictable, but still a good story. It held a few surprises. The narration just really put a damper on my listening to it again.
I loved the story behind the characters. You felt for them and pulled for them the entire time.
The first time Will performed a Slam.
She mainly reads the book with the intended inflection that is necessary for the Slam.
When Will punched Jave and knew he was in trouble.
This was a good read. It had a good story line behind it, but it was a bit predictable at times.
I would, mainly because Ms. Ross has a way of individualizing each character. She adds depth and personality behind the words.
In Reckless, Kellan.
As I stated previously. She brought these characters to life. They were written with personality and she brings each one out. I have the print and the audio and I love them both, but I especially love to hear her voice for each character.
Absolutely. Without a doubt!
I have passed this series on to anyone I can. I loved it. Thoughtless tore me up, Effortless had me on edge, and Reckless had me in tears (in a good way).
The dynamic between each of the characters. They each had their positives and negatives and you learn their flaws and complimentary characteristics as well. I kept wanting more and more of each character.
The rain scene between Kellan and Kiera was very memorable,
I always like Kellan's "mornin'" but my favorite scene was when the sleeze in the bar was harrassing Kiera and the entire band came to her defense. Kellan was injured because he didn't want anyone else touching her muchless hurting her.
Falling in love may be unpredictable, but how you handle it makes all the difference. Being Thoughtless is not intentional, but sometimes and end to a means.
This book kept me on edge. I didn't want to see any of the character to be hurt, but I wanted it to end the way I wanted. This is a great series.
I did not read the print version, but I do feel that this narrator brought each character to live.
My favorite character, of course, is Kellan. However, Griffin is so colorful that I loved him as well. He lightens scenes and "the Hulk" is classic. Kellan is sweet, sexy, and humble, the perfect mix.
She gives each character personality. Her inflections and accents completely made the story. Each character had their own charm.
Overcoming issues and obstacles is always difficult, but loving someone is Effortless.
I loved this series. Some of the off handed humor caught me off guard. Each character had their own draw. You could picture each person and their personality.
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