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- Listening Length: 2 hours and 33 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: May 18, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0719KMK6F
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After the Storm: Midseason Episode 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The one person whose viewpoint we didn't get in this book was Sebastian, and honestly, I'm ok with that. The less I hear about him, the better. I'm sure we'll hear more about him in the second midseason episode. I doubt he will change his philandering ways.
One of the things I really liked about this particular episode was that Ginny did a lot of growing up. She owned up to her mistakes, tried to make amends, and took her hits when they were given, without trying to spin things into not being her fault. She accepted responsibility, which is more than I can say for Dakota. I pretty much had a soft spot for Ginny anyway, but seeing her trying to be a better person made me like her that much more.
I'm also really liking the continuing story of Francine and Peyton. I can see Peyton starting to realize that she might just be falling in love with Francine, and I like that she's not really running away from it. Well, not by choice anyway. I'm sure Marylee will have Peyton stay true to her family, though I can't see Peyton actually do that for very much longer. And I hope she doesn't. Besides, Storm needs some LGBT goodness in it.
Overall, I really like how this book laid out the aftermath of the baby bombshell, and I look forward to seeing how the second midseason episode continues to wrap things up. I only hope that there are a few more midseason episodes after that, because I don't know if I can wait for the second season to come out in September!
But, this might be a good thing for Ginny's maturity levels. She turns around quite a corner and does what needs to be done - even though it had to be incredibly hard. Some of her apologies go well - so not so well. But none of them seem to repair the rift between her and Logan.
Dakota, on the other hand, continues to think that everything revolves around her. As the Rushes rally their forces against her, her life takes a turn for the worse and she blames the results of her actions on everyone but herself.
I nice pick up, but I felt that things stalled just a tad. But you can see more clouds on the horizon, and you never know what's going to happen next.
The series is not exactly cliff-hangers. As a reader, I prefer complete stories. I really look forward to the entire series bundled so it can be read through as one story.
Drama Queen/Obnoxious Brat:
"Adulting sucked. She kind of wished she could go back to being a real teenager—self-centered and unconcerned about anything or anyone around her."
I will re-read this story as I love Lexi Blake books.
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I didn't even finish it.
I want a refund.
Tuck too much going on in this book.