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All The Right Moves Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08L6R1LB6
- Publication date : October 13, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2208 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 231 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,209,007 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I just didn’t really get the feels for this story or a connection to the characters. The backstories were rushed so the emotion wasn’t there for me. So it didn’t feel like that big of a deal.
I also don’t really get the feeling that Rori was attracted to her from the beginning. He says he knew the first time they met, but in his narrative he’s just annoyed. There’s no mention of him thinking she was it or being drawn to her or if there is it’s so quick, I missed it. So for him to become jealous at the first mention of Declan didn’t make sense. I honestly thought through most of the book that Rori knew Declan and was lying about it. I figured they would be enemies or something and Rori wasn’t admitting it to her. It never occurred to me that he was actually jealous until his narrative started to talk about how he felt about Emma.
On that same note, not really sure why they didn’t know each other. Supposedly the town they grew up in is small and his sister is friends with Declan’s sister. I myself am from a small town and where I might not know someone personally, I’ve at least heard of them. For Rori’s entire family to say they have never heard of him is odd because it contradicts other story details.
The ex girlfriend trope seems thrown in just to create conflict. It’s not well planned in the story. And the fight with the ex rival is also just there. I guess it’s to make Rori seem less boring because without these conflicts he has no arc.
All in all this was my takeaway: is it a good story. Yes. Is it a great story? No, but maybe it could be. I’m not sure. There are some issues at least for me. I don’t want to still have questions unresolved at the end of a non-series book. I also want to connect with the characters and feel what they are feeling. I want to run and gossip with my mom or a friend about these character’s lives. That’s what makes an amazing book for me. When I forget that the characters just pages in a book and not real people that everyone knows.
Emma is a smart, beautiful, rich girl who likes to party and hook up with different guy each night. When her father suffers a heart attack, she is determined to change her way of life and find herself stable guy. In her mind, the only suitable guy is Declan, an Irish guy who saved her life a year ago. That is why Emma decides to go to Ireland in search for her Prince Charming.
Rori is a handsome Irishman who would never take advantage of a drunk girl even though she is hot and attractive. Needing to go back to Ireland to attend his older sister's wedding, he offers Emma to help her find Declan in exchange to pretend to be his girlfriend.
Will Emma and Rori be able to resist the chemistry between them? Will she find Declan? Who is her soulmate?
I am reviewing this book after receiving a free copy from Hidden Gems for my unbiased opinion.
Emma was a party girl who was always looking for fun. She meets Rori one night after attending her friend's Bachelorette party. She goes through a traumatic event and is looking for the guy who saved her life on that horrific day.
Rori was an Irish ex-soccer player. His dream was to play in the pros but after a tragic accident, his professional aspirations ended. Now he runs a pub in America that was left to him by his uncle.
Emma and Rori are brought back together after she wanders into his pub from visiting her dad. Her dad is concerned that she has closed herself off. To ease his concerns, she agrees to try. Emma and Rori end up heading to Ireland together where their feeling grow.
Will Rori and Emma admit their feelings to each other? What happens when an ex returns? Will Emma fall for Declan? If you enjoy romance with angst and drama, give this one a try. I enjoyed the writing I downloaded samples of the author's other books to give them a try. I would give it 4.5 stars if I could.
I liked the characters in this book - you got a taste of some of Rori’s friends and family as well. Emma has many layers to her - some of Rori’s surface impressions of her are true, some are not. That discovery makes the book interesting.
I have not read the other books in this series so I am not sure if I missed anything! It did not seem like I did.
I reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book for an honest review.
I voluntarily reviewed this book after receiving a free copy of it.