- File Size: 808 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519730578
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: RCardello LLC (November 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013GZOXPS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #919 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Always Mine (The Barrington Billionaires Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It was a good love story with a happy ending.
Also it was not a cliff hanger. It's a stand alone book but leads into another book if you wish to see what happens with the rest of the family.
I liked this so much I'm getting ready to order the second book in this series.
I gave it three stars not because it was a bad book but I have read some better.
Like I said though, I'm getting ready to order the second book in this series. I love a good love
Story and this is one. You won't be disappointed.
I liked the plot about Emily and her tactile museum. I found that endearing. The author must have done done thorough research on the topic. I liked Emily, and my heart went out to her as she was coming to terms with the loss of her mom and her grandfather. I envisioned her as sweet but tough. It seemed to me once he slept with her, she didn't seem to be true to herself. The cussing even though mild seemed to me to be out of character for her.
Asher. Ugh. What an arrogant brute. I'm sorry peeps I couldn't stand him. I thought I disliked Dominic but he was a mild pussy cat compared to this Neaderthal. I found his arrogance over the top. I thought he was a bully too. Men like that do not impress me. I thought she was too good for him.
The fire, although it was written in for storyline purposes, seemed contrived. How convenient it burns to ground, he buys the property. I really thought one of his goons might have set it. Then a rodent was culprit lol. I'm glad he wasn't involved, and his proposal to her was sweet.
I also liked her friend Celeste, and hoped a story would be written about her, maybe with one of the remaining four sons. Maybe that will happen.
"Always Mine" brought forth emotions from me, tears of sadness, laughter, joy and smiling when personal success worked for the characters. At times, I found myself having to re-read paragraphs because I'd drifted away into my own thoughts often from something Emily said. To me, this is a positive and proves the power of excellent writing. A favorite quote from Emily I could relate to, "Mom, your dream brought me mine. Thank you." Having lost my own mother, I could relate to so much of her character and found catharsis at the same time. No matter how many years have passed, grief still lives within. I've learned how to live with it, just as Emily does. One of her methods is humor. Oh, the corny, cringe worthy jokes in this story, you can't help but to laugh.
Emily to Asher
“Why do bees make terrible friends?" Asher shook his head. “Why?” “Because they’re always too buzzy to do anything with you.”
Super corny, right? Still, I laughed. The jalapeño joke was my favorite.
I will continue to read Ruth Cardello's work and refer readers to search out her books.