This was ok. Another story of alpha, wealthy man with tormented past falling fast for beautiful young woman, who ends up “rescuing him”. Sound familiar? The writing wasn’t bad. My favorite characters were Sierra, Guy and Asher. The banter and dialogue between them was funny and kept the book interesting.
It would be hard to write a follow-up book to The Edge Of Never (Which I rated 6 Stars). It was an amazing book. And for me, to read the follow-up was a scary venture. Just as revisiting the tree house Camryn built as a child, and re-visiting New Orleans was a memory tainting experience for her, I was afraid of tainting my memory and the great love I had for that book, by reading this book. So, how did it rate? For me, this book was good…4 solid stars. It carries on from where the first book left off. […]
Harper Sloan is AH-freaking-mazing! and she only gets better. Seriously, this is the best one yet. I absolutely loved every minute of it. The heartache , the steam, the love, the tenderness, the BECK, OMG BECK! Wow! I highlighted the whole book, I think. I can’t pick out my favorite quotes, so just read it, you will be glad you did!!!
“For everyone who suffered loss and learned how to live again. Know that you are not alone.” As with Breaking Nova, we see what loss can do to the human spirit. In this book, Jessica Sorensen tries to weave back together two tormented souls. We are once again sharing in the daily struggles of loss, but now of recovery too. This a second chance, an enlightening of the characters. Not just accepting their past but becoming adults. And learning to accept that bad things happen to good people even to those you love and to yourself. And that it’s […]