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Bluestone Homecoming (Welcome to Bluestone Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 3 in Bluestone Series (3 Book Series)
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In this first book, several of the townspeople are introduced. I enjoyed them, loved some of them, and I'm looking forward to watching as their journeys continue through the coming books. This holds true for the main couple in Bluestone Homecoming as well. Leo and Trinity are a great couple, and I loved watching them fall for each other. I thought the interactions with Leo's son, Max, and the efforts to see to his needs and make sure he was okay with this new relationship were nicely done and true to a boy that age.
My only real complaint was that the story of this couple ended before I wanted it to. So, I'm crossing my fingers that I get to see Leo and Trinity progress in the background throughout the series. If you like small towns peopled with characters you feel like you could be friends with, then this is a book you'll want to pick up.
Mostly I was not looking for a story with so much LUST! I just needed to skip parts of this book. I totally prefer CLEAN wholesome reading. I have a great imagination, and just a well written scene of a couple walking down a hallway, is enough to cover those parts of a plot line - I get it!
The author is a good writer; I just didn't like the lusty scenes. And, they were abundant, needed to do a lot of skip-reading.
Here are my reactions to this book:
1. leave out the lust
2. put more effort into dealing with the warm/heart-stirring parts of the story (this would've made this book wonderful for me)
3. editing - there's a lot of proofreading and correcting that needs to be done
I doubt I will read other stuff by this author. because I am guessing that the items above will be part of other works.. I guess I really should know better than to judge a book by it's cover, I thought it looked like a clean, chick lit light reading kind of book...
Fredrick wrote this story beautifully and captured grief in its most selfish and raw form. Leo could not see past his own grief to help his son, Max, cope with the loss of his mother. She drew the picture of how grief can totally encapsulate somebody until they are ready to let go and move on. The story is quickly paced, allowing you to really get drawn into the characters. I cannot wait to see where this series with that us. This is a 4 star read and a series that you will want to continue reading.
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