Amara's Calling: A Billionaire's Club Novel (Billionaire's Club Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Pros: It’s refreshing to read of a heroine whose not too depended on the hero to make her dreams come true. From the onset, Amy was a strong independent woman, who can stand her own regardless of what others perceive of her. She was as real as they become.
Grayson on the other hand did a fine job of concealing his inner demons till Amy came along, peeling away the expected “alpha” persona that is normally associated with being loaded, especially a billionaire with a “b”. At the end they both found their sense of purpose through each other.
Cons: There was too much narrative and internal conversations from the characters, this was a bit much especially in scenes where a dialogue was taking place. Some of the conversations were hard to follow, it felt like they hopped from one mood to the next which seemed unrealistic. The end could have included parts on how Grayson won back Amara’s heart, this was a great plot to see the romantic side in the hero.
Obviously Grayson proposed and their having a baby, something he never wanted.
-I found Amara so relatable as a character!! It's not uncommon for me to read romances about main characters in their twenties and find them so unrelatable to myself and my fellow young adults that I know in real life. She's 25 and lives with a roommate because she can't afford to live on her own and she has absolutely no idea what she wants to do with her life. It was such a breath of fresh air to find Amara's plight (at least in the beginning of the book lol!) so similar to my own. I also found her hilarious and incredibly ballsy. She was always capable of being true to herself regardless of the consequences which were very refreshing.
-Grayson. GOD! He was so wonderfully charming but also capable of being a huge dick that I really didn't like at times. My favorite thing about him was his wit. His and Amara's dialogue was always fun to read (the text convos may be my favorite). He has such a way with words and always knew exactly what to say to get a reaction out of Amara (and myself tbh). What I love about him most though is that he isn't your typical billionaire romantic interest. He feels like an actual person with a real past that felt plausible and the motivations behind his behavior were believable so he was a character that I could truly empathize with (which is kinda rare for me!).
-The friendships between Grayson and his friends and Amara and hers felt very real and authentic. I actually enjoyed the times they popped up in the story. Dale and Grayson's friendship I found to be especially heartwarming and I loved compassion Dale had for Grayson despite what he may have put him through.
I could go on but I think I'm going to stop here because I'm rambling. There are so many parts of this book that I didn't mention but the one thing that stood out the most to me about this book was the characters. They were all so realistic and believable I was truly interested in their development over the course of the story which made the book so much more fulfilling than what I'm used to.
P.S. I just finished the sample for Mya's Pride (or is it Mya's Gift?) and I'm so excited to see how that story will unfold. I think I might like it more than the first one.
I was gifted this book for an honest review and I must say - damn, girl I loved it. What is it about this writer not to love? She writes real page turners!
I loved this book because the characters are so real and honest. This is how relationships work: we make advances, screw up, make up an then get better at the game of love. It will make more sense when you read the book. You will love it and feel elated after.