In the international bestseller REAL, the unstoppable bad boy of the underground fighting circuit finally met his match. Hired to keep him in prime condition, Brooke Dumas unleashed a primal desire in Remington. Tate as vital as the air he breathes…and now he can't live without her.
Brooke never imagined she would end up with the man who is every woman's dream, but not all dreams end happily ever after, and just when they need each other the most, Brooke is torn away from the ringside. Now with distance and darkness between them, the only thing left is to fight for the love of the man she calls Mine.
©2013 Katy Evans (P)2013 Simon & Schuster
I loved how this book this story dealt with the sensitive topic of BP and the hardships that go with such a diagnosis. I especially love how through unconditional love and strength they rose above it. A great LOVE story. Love RIPTIDE and his girl Brooke. A strong awesome female role!!!!!!
I love that the story, a real story about bipolar ism is being told. I believe there are so many people out there that suffer from this and have never been diagnosed.
Always in touch with my inner child. Crazy about alternate realities and science fiction. Oh , I am also pretty stoked by books where people get pregnant. Very loyal to good authors but always looking for another to add to my list
This was a very satisfying sequel to Real. It however had as much sex scenes as it did plot.
Feeding five horses in the morning, I'm listening to my audiobooks. On the tractor dispensing you know what I'm listening to my audio book. Daily brushing of each horse the audio book is running. Only time I shut it off is when I'm walking with the dogs or horses in the woods.
This book is a good follow up of the first. A little too technical at times with repeats of muscle groups. Someone who who is not knowledgeable about muscle groups may think it's okay but it was repetitive for me..
While I enjoyed this series and I like the characters...it doesn't grip me...with some novels, I can't take off my headphones...not with this one. I thought I'd listen to the second novel in this series to see if it was different from the first. I think the problem is that there is A LOT of the two main characters just thinking to themselves, or telling each other, how much they want each other and how hot each other is....kinda gets boring. I think I will try Remy so I can see if his point of view is any different, and overall, I liked the book...but it just didn't overwhelm me.
The character development and overall story. I like the Remy character but the other characters fall short (not very interesting or likable).
Create more intelligent/dynamic characters (less whiny and superficial).
She did a good job but the character dialogue is a bit superficial and repetitive which makes her job harder.
not enough room...
passionate reader and vegan
Like I mentnioned on the REAL review, all of the REAL Series audio books are getting basically the same reivew because THEY ARE THAT FRICKIN' GOOD! You absolutely cannot quit with just REAL--you will most certainly be drawn in to all of them. ENJOY!!
f I could give this audio book 10 stars, I would. I had read it and liked it ok BUT when I HEARD it, the whole story came to life in a big way. Charlotte Penfield was amazing as Brooke Dumas but also did everyone else justice. Remington Tate, badass fighter, has got to be one of my MOST favorite book boyfriends EVAH!! I have now listened to all three in the series two times and will keep it handy when I need a Remy fix (which is gonna be fairly often). This book also deals with Remy's issues in a sensitive and meaningful way. Don't want to go into detail as it would be a spoiler, of sorts. If you have any doubts about this book....don't. It's the beginning of a wonderful and wondrous love story and we can all use that kind of warmth. I am going to say the same thing about each of these books, so if this looks familiar in the reviews of MINE and REMY...that's the reason.
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