Your Memberships & Subscriptions
The Best Is Yet To Be (De Wolfe Pack Book 15) Kindle Edition
|Length: 174 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice. Add the Audible book for a reduced price of $7.49 when you buy the Kindle book.
|Book 15 of 15 in De Wolfe Pack|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
- Publication date : December 13, 2019
- File size : 3359 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 174 pages
- Publisher : Dragonblade Publishing, Inc. (December 13, 2019)
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07Y2XRL8T
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1671958853
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #40,981 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
When I heard about this book, I was happy, but I wasn't sure how I felt about these two getting together after many years apart. The author captured realistic concern on the part of both their children, and showed what it might be like for a couple their age to date or consider dating. In the romance department, the story was nothing like I thought it would be. They came across as friends more than a couple in love. It seemed to me as if they were settling, and not a couple who was excited to be together or in love with each other.
How do I rate this? As I said before, I felt that the author captured realistic reactions from their children. I also know that the couple is in their eighties, and don't have much time for all the sappy things; but on the other hand, I felt that there could have been more intimacy between the couple. The Best Is Yet To Be fell short in some areas, while in others it soared. I would rate it three stars.
Paris and Jemma's story was really heartfelt. They are both widowed and have known each other for over 50 years. If you have read The Wolfe by this author then you would have met these two characters before. You would also know the type of relationship these two secondary characters had. Neither one could stand the other. Fireworks always ensued between the two, but now in this story they are both widowed and still trying to live. We also get to visit with William, Jordan, Paris and Jemma's families.
There were moments that had me so sad, but then there were two chapters that had me laughing out loud throughout them. Not a sentence, but the whole 2 chapters had me laughing by myself. And for me a story that can allow me to feel different emotions throughout is a great story. This is a short holiday story, which I loved. The epilogue also had me reaching for Kleenex.
I want to believe that our loved ones in heaven, help those who they love and leave behind. I believe Kieran guided this author to write this story for the people he cared about, loved and left behind.
Bravo to this author for writing such a great short story. It was powerful, emotional amazing and I highly recommend it.
Paris's youngest daughter has a 1 1/2 year old. My goodness if Paris is in or around 90, surely she is too old to be having a child that age-lol.
This is a clean story with just a few passionate kisses. For me this being released for the holidays was hard to read. Holidays are hard and I shed many tears because of my own loss, but with Paris and Jemma and their remembering their younger added to my tears.
KLV did an exceptional job in bringing the feelings of their children into the mix. Was so spot on how they each reacted seeing their parent with someone other than their own.
No fight scenes this author uses has. An emotional story of two friends who have always been at odds, try to take their relationship in another direction. Be warned, there is an attempted suicide attempt.
The ending, where Paris and Jemma go to talk to Keiran in his crypt separately was another heart pulling scene. This author knows how to get every emotion out of her readers. But, I also laughed over these two at times.
No cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA, end of our favorite character's, little on romance, will use all your emotions reading this. (ljb)
Paris and Jemma spouses have both passed away leaving them both lonely and in need of companionship. Who in their right mind would have thought they would be perfect for each other in their twilight years. Everyone though she would just as soon as murder him as look at him. They’re struggling with widowhood, Jemma’s family are struggling with the idea of replacing their father with his best friend. Paris’s family want him to find the will to live again and be happy. A very emotional story for me I lost my husband this year and reading Paris describe his loneliness and feeling of helplessness really hit home with me and the presence family and friends is not always enough to ease the sense of loneliness. A great story filled with love, family and loyalties I voluntarily wrote a review for.
Top reviews from other countries
Many years ago a young, handsome, arrogant Knight met a beautiful, outspoken, young woman.
Their paths took them in different directions that saw them married to others , with families of their own .
Now with those spouses passed both are lonely , and in need of companionship once again .
At their old age , with families that don’t all see their reasoning, can they get back on the original path and fulfil what may have been their original destiny.
Paris and Jemma’s story will have you and laughter, tears and thinking back to that original meeting.
A trip down memory lane and a glance to the future.
All done beautifully and with thought to the characters no longer with us .
I adored this novella, it really moved me.
Great to meet the sons and William again .
I received an Arc copy of this book and chose to post this review
When Paris de Norville is as low as one can possibly be, feeling lonely and not needed, his best friend William de Wolfe's wife Jordan steps in to help with a cunning plan.
Paris has lost his wife Caladora and Jemma has lost her beloved husband Kieran Hage and she too feels the despair of loneliness, so putting them together seems the best solution, even though they have a history.
But of course, as will all families, as children reach adulthood, they too have opinions about what their parents should or should not be doing.
And so this very clever, romantic and poignant story of two older people finding love yet again begins.
One minute you will be laughing out loud, the next you will be reaching for a tissue.
Hope springs eternal in this delightfully poignant and gentle love story.
I absolutely loved it!
It was lovely to read of the fondness and then love that happened between two older people, rather than of a young couple for a change.
I've read all the De-Wolfe stories and love them al.
over every page. sighed and laughed and put the book down on a happy contented mood. You brightened me. Thank you Kathryn. From an 80 year old.