Heart-stoppingly beautiful. From the start, my thoughts were spot on the moment I heard the 1st story. My thoughts were so inline and I didn't even know it. Which was quite surprising in the end.
But, this was really intense. Both stories were very sad, but Chris' story was more than I could take. Yet...it all worked out in the end. Couldn't ask for anything more, honestly.
Honestly, I'm not sure if I expected more from this book because of how the 1st book was. But... I definitely was not expecting what I got. I took me several tries to finish this book, after pausing and completing others.
I am not pleased at all. Plus, I think this "series" is too long and drawn out. Don't see the point in punishing the readers or listeners any more. There's not much to anticipate at all, except to find out who this mystery person is and to fill the gap of the cliffhanger I/ we were left with. So... Ms. Grace, will you please come up with the 3rd book already. I'd greatly appreciate it.... thanks.
I am so annoyed. This story is so drawn out, and unnecessarily too! Not to mention, the main character (Chloe), she's pretty dumb and naive for someone who was supposed to have gone to college for 4 years and actually learnt something there.
On the contrary, I can understand her reluctance towards certain things, but my gosh, this was just too much..........
Please don't ever do anything like this again Sabrina Stark. It's annoying and unnecessary!!!
I hate when people have this tendency to behave as if they're better than others. This story is one of many perfect examples of how things can turn out for the better. Lesson that should be learnt: "Treat others the way you would like to be treated" and "Don't be the judgement to others that you don't want for yourself". Again, great job Jay.
I cannot complain. I was bowled over completely by this story. It was a great mixture of romance, adventure, and everything between. I really can't wait for "Nash" to be released so I can finally know how all the stories are intertwined and end up. Very very nice one Jay Crownover.
I cannot understand why people find it hard to just communicate. Its a very simple process to take part in. I get that it's human nature to jump to conclusions in our assumptions. But my gosh, is it really that hard to confront a situation to get information about it?
The story was great up until the point when Madison woke up after their night together. She made assumptions instead of trying to clarify what happened to ensure she had all the facts. That's just plain retarded. Who does that? Are humans that shallow these days?
The narrator was great and the story line was acceptable. But, I just cannot agree with how the last part ended. It was just plain idiotic.
I thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of this story and the performance given by Annie Greene. You did a marvelous job. Especially the accent. Damn, that was gorgeous!
On the other hand, I'm a lover of epilogues, and this book didn't have one, so the only thing about this story I wish was provided is a epilogue. But, all together, it was truly a brilliant story. Almost brought me to tears. Even kept me 'til 2 in the morning just to hear how it ended. Definitely a catch! Try it... you won't be disappointed.
Continuing from "Claim Me", I'm honestly not able to complete this Book, and it is not without trying. The same sentiments from Book 2 is carried to this copy.
I'm actually listening to Part 1 and am dreading the completion of the rest of the book. I'm just sorry I had this experience.
I must say, it's not very often that I'm rendered as not being a very pleased listener for what I'm sure should be a good story, especially a trilogy. I anticipated that this trilogy would have been really good, considering it followed "Release Me", which was in and of itself a pretty good book.
However, I was completely disappointed. Not only with the narration, but also with the story line. It was just. Too. Much. All those erotic scenes did not have to be so excessive. In addition, the story line could have been done better. There was no need to have it all drawn out drama. The point was made abundantly clear about the type of person both Damien and Nikki are. So, the extent to which the story went made it past the border of unnecessary extreme.
This trilogy is compared to The Crossfire Series and The Fifty Shades Trilogy, and that aspects of both comes out in this trilogy. I do agree on that platform. There are features from both that comes out in the trilogy. But, that's as far as it goes. The Stark Trilogy is not in the same league as The Crossfire Series and The Fifty Shades Trilogy. Not by a small margin either.
Of course, the main reason is to complete series to know how the story line turns out. But the other reason was because the Trilogy is that interesting. I could hardly wait for the book to be released. And the day it did, I immediately went to my Android app to download it...a little after midnight.
I loved the fact that Bryn was smart enough to leave subtle clues for Ethan to find her. I also loved the fact that she was brave enough to risk doing things others would be too coward to do, just so Ethan could find her in time.
And, the ending was nice. But not an extremely memorable one though. Still, something I can live with.
I love when Grace performs the character for both Bryn and Ethan. Her accent for him is brilliant. But, its always tricky when a guy has to do a female's voice. It doesn't quite have the same flare, which is understandable. Nevertheless, Shane East did a great job. I really love his accent.
I laughed alot.It was very comical for sure. But, it had the sad moments too. Like when her dad died and to find out how he ended up dying.
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