I like to listen when I drive, so yes
This was an ok listen.
A great listen. enough to make you want to keep listening
There was a story
Yes I love a good romance on rainy days
Wallflower's a devil in winter
The May Day celebration
I was captivated from the beginning
No sure, maybe. not because I did not enjoy it. There are just more books in the seriers and I rarely re- read books.
I like how it explored the hero being a widower and the emotions behind it.
The night she tried to chase him away from the Loch
The raw honesty of accepting yourself and falling in love
I love audio books because it allows me to do other things while I listen.
what ‘crossfire” means to both of them.
I understand the disappointment of the book becoming a series when we expected a conclusion. I too am frustrated by books that turn into trilogies and series. The difference with this series? The many characters and the author taking time to develop them, which is worth the continuation.
Moving these books to a rapid conclusion would have left parts untold; like 50 shades did in the end. Wrapping up the book really quickly with a nice neat end, but left readers wanting to know more.................
Both main characters have unresolved deep emotional scars & issues that they have not fully dealt with. Eva’s need to impress her father and Gideon’s refusal to really deal with what happened in his childhood. This book is a window to the changes occurring as the Eva and Gideon become really entwined in each other.
The entire story..it was fresh and original
It is an erotic tale .. So if you are like reading erotica then you will enjoy this story
Enjoyed it so much, part 2 is out in print and I picked up a copy .. yet to read but can hardly wait
This era when the men ruled and women really had no place.
The night she slipped away and met him at his ship and the way they were happy to see each other
Definitely one of best books I have heard in a while. This is a well written love triangle. I was apprehensive to purchase because the heroine was vilified by some many reviewers.
I loved that it took you to the core of what a love triangle must be like.The driving force….. Love & passion. I get why others saw Kiera as weak. The story is told from her point of view and could only be told by her as she is the conduit in the triangle.Kiera is naïve, innocent, insecure moves to across county with her first love Denny following his career.Denny is solid, strong and dependable and sorts of expects that of everyone. (he and Kiera never lived together before moving his choice) Kellen is wild, passionate and warm, best friends with Denny and the couple’s roommate. Kellen falls for Kiera. The triangle begins How do you choose between two people you love? I felt this novel excellently portrayed a love triangle.She loved both of them & was afraid to lose either of them. Either choice would have crushed her and not the guy not chosenWhile listening I had a range of emotions, but in the end this is what keep on repeat in my head.… “this must what it feels like to be in love in a love triangle”
The night in the car.. love, hurt, passion, pain, longing can explode into madness
Yes and No. This high on the angst list… there are times I had to stop.There is a roller coaster of emotions in this book from the high high to the low low with lots of stupidly in between. The kind of stupidity that comes with being madly in love. ( if you have been madly in love you know what I mean)
Love triangle = 1 person in love with 2 persons at the same time and acting upon it.While it is cheating, the complexity of the triangle is the element of collaboration & concealment between the 2 of 3 people involved in an effort to avoid hurting the 3rd
I have mentioned the phase ; love triagle many times. This is to really make a point,..this is what this book is about.
Once again a great story, but more to come. . I am fed up with series and trilogies.
I enjoyed the story, but was unaware it was not a complete novel. I was frustrated after reaching the end only to find out there is more to come. I just about fed up with series and trilogies.
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