Kate Tanner sees everything she wants in Austin. After falling for a charming and handsome military man, Kate realizes he may not return her feelings.
Will Austin fall in love with Kate? Or has he hardened from past hurts? Just as he starts to warm up, things are turned upside down. Kate and Austin have to decide if their feelings are worth fighting for, or if walking away will be beneficial to them both.
With the threat of being separated, can Kate and Austin find a way to make things work? Having Austin in her life is more than Kate ever wanted, but she's learning he's all that she needs.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I have no idea who would enjoy it. The heroine was annoying. If you can't stand the main character, you will have an issue. The hero was good.
Has More Than I Wanted turned you off from other books in this genre?
Just from authors I don't know and books that are not reviewed.
What about Anne Johnstonbrown’s performance did you like?
The voice actor was great, the story was terrible.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from More Than I Wanted?
I would have cut every single time the heroine started whining about "a year." I would also remove the repetition that goes on. The author tells us something, then right after that she repeats the same thing, just using different words. It gets really annoying.
Any additional comments?
I finished the book, but only because I paid for it.