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Becka's Awakening: The Winstons Series Book One Kindle Edition
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I do not like the heroine either. She acts like a two year old who stomps and cries when she does not get her own way. And she cries when she is upset. She cries when she is mad. She just cries a lot. They fight and bicke too much. They knew each other only days before breaking up with each other. Also their relationship moved too fast. She gives him her v-card after only knowing him for 24 hours. Then the love word is exchanged right after seeing each after they are back together again. At that time they had only been seen each other for a week excluding the break up.
Becka's Awakening was written well, and it had me flipping through the pages. All the dialog from every character flowed well.
The first chapter opens up, and we meet a slew of characters. We are also introduced to Becka this chapter. Judging by an argument in the opening chapter, she seems to be a supportive person, if not slightly fiery. From her first introduction, I looked forward to seeing her and the main love interest's interaction and how they will meet.
However, as wonderful as an introduction to Becka as it was, there may have been too many characters introduced in Chapter 1. I found myself thinking, "oh, there's a different character," after a certain point and I hoped that I would be able to keep them straight in later chapters.
As the book went on, Dawn handled the relationship between the love interest(the stranger) and Becka well. With the exception of one thing, this was a couple that anyone could root for: the type of guy who the stranger was and the type of woman that Becka was. This was a down-to-earth tale in that regard where some women could relate to her.
I tended to dislike Becka's character in the middle of the book, and being around the love interest's age now, I look back at myself at Becka's age and found that I was annoying like that as well. Because of how the stranger acts, these characters are believable.
I would recommend Becka's Awakening to anyone who enjoys a quick, well-written romance with highly believable characters.
As a reader I felt like the disappointments some of the other cousins had suffered in pursuit of breaking it were good in setting up future novels, long before Becka’s story started.
The author provided nice character development in showing the love and animosity of the siblings and cousins. It felt like a real family. I could almost envision my own sitting around the table.
I did feel like Becka and Bryan’s love story happened really quickly especially since the pair argued as much as they did. After all finding the right one is supposed to be difficult for this group and she literally bumps into hers. Although to be fair, their arguments stemmed from silly misunderstandings but if two people are that quick to find fault with one another, I had a hard time believing that they fell in love that fast.
There were a couple of odd word choices but that was minor. On the whole the writing was engaging and nicely paced.
The ending felt a little rushed as if the author was saying okay we’ve done this now lets add one more element to wrap it up in a bow. The book would have worked just as well for me had it ended after the business with Mr. Jones and Mr. Thompson was concluded.
Becka’s Awakening is a nice easy read. The novel moves quickly and I can recommend it to anyone as an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.