Fissure (The Patrick Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition
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But what I had no way of knowing upfront was how this story line would affect me. Nicole selected a very real topic (domestic violence) as a subplot and told the story in such realistic, romantic, and honest ways that I fully fell in love with Patrick's character; I thought I loved Patrick in the Eden books, now I have a deeper level of love and respect for his character.
This new book (written from Patrick's point of view) will make women swoon over the way real men--like our granddaddy's--used to treat women and protect women from abusive dirt bags. Defending our honor, protecting us, making us happy with genuine romance and gentlemanly behavior, real men like Patrick Hayward can make even the coldest of hearts go pitter-patter.
I am clueless why some people gave this book negative reviews. Perhaps it's because Nicole deals with a modern and sensitive topic in the backdrop of Patrick's story? The topic is not a pleasant reality, but is definitely a symptom of our mortal world and dealt with powerfully when described by a two-hundred plus year-old immortal character. In my opinion, it took boldness and authenticity for Nicole to weave a tale about abuse and neglect into a witty and romantic main story, but Nicole's boldness played off in a very successful manner.
In one line: I definitely recommend that you buy this book! I promise you will love Patrick even more than you thought you loved him in United Eden!
I literally feel high on Patrick! :-) Gah I missed him!
If you thought William and Bryn's story was incredible then prepare for Awesomeness! How can you not when our main man here is Patrick FREAKING SEXY Hayward! Okay Okay on to my review....
The book picks up a month after United Eden. Patrick has turned into a shell of himself after seeing the women he fell in love with marry his older brother. You would think Patrick was a jealous fool, but he's far from that. He's happy for William and Bryn but it doesn't stop his heart from hurting. After the Hayward men interfere and bring him out his "funk" Patrick is sent to the world of mortals in their 20s. College.
After slacking off and being called out on it by a girl with the "sexiest" legs he's seen Patrick stumbles upon Emma. Little does he know that Emma will be his other half in all ways he didn't see coming. When Emma seems to call him out on all his "crappy lines" Patrick can't help but be intrigued with her and little by little comes to terms that he is truly and utterly in love with her. Now if only things would be that easy....
Enter Ty Steele. Emma's incredibly despicable boyfriend. From the first line you know that this guy is the devil incarnate. From his way of speaking to her in public and the "volleyball bruises" Emma hides. Unfortunately Emma is good at hiding and Patrick trusts that she wouldn't lie to him. So throughout the book we have to see a scared Emma defending her terrible "boyfriend" and pushing Patrick away. I swear I wanted to wring her neck every time she refused Patrick's help. I wanted Patrick to show her that he was invincible, unfortunately we don't get to see that in this book.Read more ›
I fell in love with Patrick with the little bit of him we got to experience in the Eden series so I was overly excited to read a story that was not only dedicated to just him but is also told from his perspective. *insert girly squeel here* While it is not necessary to read the Eden series before this one, I think it is beneficial so that you know the background of the story and characters.
This story picks up approximately a month after United Eden in which Patrick had professed his love to Bryn right before she was betrothed to William, the love of her life and Patrick's brother. Not surprisingly, Bryn chose William but this left Patrick with a big whole in his heart that he didn't know how to fill despite the many women that would no doubt line up to try and help him fill it.
In an attempt to get him out of his funk, Patrick's father enrolls him at Standford. Patrick is not amused with this idea and spends the first couple of days lounging around campus, cat-calling as the co-eds of Standford passed by on their way to class. When he finally does attend class, he ends up sitting next to the one person that had the nerve to call him out during his cat-calling escapades, Emma Scarlett...and her big, beefy boyfriend of 6 years.
Patrick soon finds that Emma is to be the one to fill the void in his heart, however, her, her boyfriend and her brothers do not make this an easy feat for Patrick.
I loved this book, I love Nicole's writing style and I so love Patrick's wittiness.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome book! Keeps you on your toes and always wanting more. I hope there are more to read about this family.Published 20 months ago by Kindle Customer
Awesome!!! Thank you Nicole Williams. I love the whole Eternal Eden series. The Patrick Chronicles did NOT disappoint! I am saying 4 stars because there were a couple of typos. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Elann L. Pryor
I am really glad that I've decided to read this book. What can I said, I love Patrick. It's is my first guy's pov book that I've read and I have to say, I enjoy Patrick. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Sophy Sorn
I enjoyed this book I loved th Eternal Eden Series and loved this spin off!
I won't be a spoiler but if you are looking for a series thats a great love story with witty... Read more
Awesome! Patrick Hayward is so funny I loved him in this. I'm glad he got his own love story! It was the kiss you spend your whole life waiting for. sigh...love this.Published on July 8, 2013 by Karen Anderson
I really enjoyed reading this book, it kept me engrossed for hours, i didnt want to stop reading for school! Nichole Williams is a terrific writer and has yet to dissapoint mePublished on June 3, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I am so happy that Patrick has his own story. Patrick is a great character. Patrick needs love as well!!!Published on May 30, 2013 by satin
I enjoyed this book but the 2nd book, Fusion, gets even better. This focuses on Patrick meeting Emma in college. You must read this book before Fusion. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by DV
I loved the Eternal Eden Trilogy books. Although I am glad that there is a book about Patrick, how he fell in love so fast between Bryn and then Emma is a bit difficult seeing as... Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by Amazon Customer