They say that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. For every choice you make there are rewards or consequences. It was my choice to walk away the first time. And my choice to chase her the second. But sometimes you don't get a choice, and all you get are the consequences.
They say that being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage. Unless that someone is Logan Matthews. Because loving him didn't give me the strength to walk away. It didn't give me the courage to fight for him. And when it was over, all it gave me was a broken heart.
©2013 Jay McLean (P)2015 Tantor
Too busy to read as much as I'd like, Audible is the perfect solution. I'm a romance reader mostly, but can stray into any story.
I have read this book no less than 4 times and now hearing the audio, I'm they much more in love. Jay McLean has this amazing gift of adding the perfect amount of everything into her books. It's funny, it's sad, it's joyful, it's inspiring, it's sexy, it's torture but most of all, it's perfect.
Charles and Tatiana did a great job narrating and putting voices to these characters that I love. Worth the credit or the money, hands down.
A reviewer at Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I don't go anywhere without a book -ebook or audiobook- and I always have an opinion to share.
Humorous, joyful, sad, inspiring... the story is all these things and more. Much of it is McLean's signature angst, there's ultimately perfection.
There were moments when characters without a previous accent suddenly developed one in this book. The male narrative wasn't without mistakes. Loved the female narrator.
I understand Logan's reasoning, but he should talk too Amanda before making snap decisions. That's all I'm saying!
I struggled with even finishing this book because the male voice as any of the women ( Amanda, Lucy etc.) was more annoying than nails on a chalkboard. I'm not sure how we we are supposed to believe that Amanda as a female ( a sexy confident valley girl) the same as the Amanda in the stupid male voice ( a whispering stocatto type ) couldn't be more different. This caused me to be unable to engage in the overall story . Don't even get me started on the strange accent he used to sp
Also, in the first book it clearly explains why Jake is the only one in his family that has an Australian accent but in this book his whole family suddenly has one? Are we supposed to be idiots?
After the first book I had high expectations for this one but I was a bit disappointed. The back and forth between past and present in the beginning was confusing to me. And I know this is petty but the first book said Jake's family didn't have an accent yet in this book they did.
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