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Jake & Delilah's story is one of friendship turning into love, and is about the whole family & their struggles, rather than a romance between the two. The romance is happening, they are slowly falling in love (the book takes place over a longer period of time), but neither will allow themselves to acknowledge it. Jake is pretty sure he's happy being a manwhore, and Delilah feels trapped in the role her family has placed her in. With Jake, and Jake's family, she's allowed to be herself, but she feels that it's only temporary. And then tragedies strike, and they tear Jake & Delilah's world apart, even as they pull them closer together.
This is a very emotional read, very well written, and really worthy of a 5 star review. However, I did bounce between 4 & 5 stars as far as what makes a 5 star book for myself, so I would put it at 4.5. The only detraction from my enjoyment was that the happy times were tainted by the other thing going on in Delilah's life. I don't like when the female lead of a story takes quite this long to "wake up" to what's going on. It just detracts for me. But the ending? Oh, the ending was pretty flippin brilliant. :)
Deliah is a princess and has never met anyone quite like Jake. He makes her question everything in her life. He makes her feel alive and being around him brings out the real Deliah.
M.S. Brannon will bring you to the edge of every emotion, you will feel it all!!
Blind Love is definitely worth the one-click! If you aren't in love with Jake by the end, read it again!
I would give it five stars but it needs more editing. Too many times the wrong word was used or misspelled (e.g. morn vs mourn). Also, the author explained the character's motivations way too much. This is telling rather than showing; readers love to figure things out rather than be spoon fed.
Though this author is extremely talented and I'm sure put in tremendous time, heart and effort in creating this story, she needs to hone her craft more. Attending writing conferences and workshops would really get her in higher gear.
Blind Love is an excellent storyline, the characters are pretty real (except the two dimensional mother), and the situations lifelike. I would recommend this book if you can roll with the bumps (some people get too worked up over that-- if that's you, dear reader, don't buy the book and leave a negative review! That's just mean.)
This is jakes and delilahs story and all I can say is wow. These books are so good that I can't put them down. The intensity of these books make you want to know more and more about the character. I would say the first half of this book was written in the other books but told by jake and delilah. It was extremely nice to know how and why they felt the way they did. They ultimately were best friends. Jake is a male slut. He uses woman and gets drunk, but my god he is gorgeous and can get away with murder. Delilah is your upper class has to do everything her parents and not be able to think for herself. When these two connect it is fireworks all over the place. There are so many complications in this book that everyone's life intertwines more than ever. Everybody has a part and it gets so deep in this book. With jake and delilah it was nice to see a friendship blossom into what it did, but once again there is so much heartbreak that it seems to take the back burner when other things come to light in this book. Although the first half was a basic retell of the story I think the last half takes the cake. I loved how everything seemed to intertwine more and more and that lice just seems to get more complicated for the evans.
I'm so glad I got introduced to this series and hope to read more from her as soon as I'm done with this series. Sent from my NOOK