- File Size: 1496 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Publisher: FriesenPress; 1 edition (March 3, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CK2PPR8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,200,243 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Band 4: The Air We Breathe Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is rebelliously not for the cynical or the realistic minds. It is a fluffy version of what you really wish love to be and to find someone that loves you back in return. They are the yin and yang for each other. Marguerite & Chase felt things before it even was said or sensed things before it was even happening. They completed each other in a way that you envied and wished that this could be in real life.
If you are looking for a beautiful and warm read on cloud nine, then this book is right up your alley. There are some tensions, separations, and tiny stress related issues that come up in the relationship, however, nothing beats these two and they overcome every obstacle.
The author has great potential in adding a sequel to this story. The plot and summary for this book were all well thought out and good however, lacked a punch. The entirety of the book was splendidly written, romantically inclined and deliciously fed the mind with passion. There was not an overload of characters in the book and the plot emphasized more on the two lovebirds rather than the friends.
I enjoyed Marguerite & Chase having a beautiful relationship together. Each of them had a personality that could erase the faults of the other. There was just enough sexual content to make it a good read for any taste and pleasant for its reader.
I really liked how everyone had each other’s back and they supported each other in laughter and sorrow. I believe that there is more to come and maybe that was the reason for the story to lack the “Oomph” factor. The pace of the story was well written and the literary standard was satisfactory. I look forward to reading more from this author.
I recommend this book to everyone that likes a sweet love story.
Written by Jeyran Main
BUT, as I continued reading, this story really grew on me. There are no steamy trysts or explicit scenes, and everything between Chase and Marguerite is loving and gentle. The best way I can describe the feel of this story is a mental version of fuzzy slippers, a comfy robe, and a cup of hot cocoa in front of a fireplace. The writing style truly did compliment the story type, in that “The Band 4” was a fluffy, cozy, if-love-could-match-our-dreams romance. The pages were filled with characters who were so good to each other and who displayed genuine affection and compassion for one another. Don’t get me wrong, some unfortunate things did happen to Chase and Marguerite, but there was never any worry that they wouldn’t make it. That turned out to be a surprisingly welcome change from the spicy-hot romances that fill the shelves today.
Bottom line: This book was sweet, warm-fuzzy, uncomplicated romance. No gripping plot, no grand conflict, no villain, just instalove followed by a lifetime of utopian bliss. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a fluffy romance.
As the name suggests the band is comprised of four members, namely Blake, Drew, Chase, and Quinn, who are more or less like a family.
The book falls under the ‘Romance’ genre and is neatly structured. It is prima facie divided into 75 chapters and an epilogue, where every chapter is detailed and establishes the characters well enough. Unlike the other books of this genre, the author doesn’t deviate from the main characters and the story line. The author has taken cue(s) from real life celebrities and one can feel her reflecting upon her personal experiences.
The book is a good read for people who have a knack for romantic fictions. Although, I feel that the author can do away with the redundancies. My suggestion- look forward to the quote “you are the very air I breathe”.