- File Size: 2095 KB
- Print Length: 306 pages
- Publisher: Teacher Student Romance (July 24, 2013)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E5IB12E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,663 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Leo; Sophia's handsome co-star is more than happy to step in and take over Marc's role. He is funny and her father approves of him. Will Sophia choose to wait the 3 months and be with Marc or will this time apart be to much with the handsome Leo by her side daily?
OMG!!! I love this series so much and I loved this book. I never knew what was going to happen next. It truly was a roller coaster that I would love to ride again and again. S.K. Quinn you make me laugh, cry, yell, scream and you melt my kindle. I loved this story and I have to say it truly is one of my favorite series and I hope I see many more books to come about Sophia and Marc. Thank you so much for sharing such a wonderful love story.
The story picks up shortly after where Book 2, Where the Ivy Grows ends. Marc and Sophia are dealing with the after effects of Giles Getty's arrest and trying to get her career off the ground. While at the theater their "moment" is interrupted and so story begins.
The story seemed to focus more on family this time around. Sophia's dad suffering from his own personal issues has now decided to withhold his blessing to a marriage. He believes that Marc and Sophia should spend time apart from one another in order to determine if they are truly made for one another. What shocked me was Marc's willingness to go along with such a demand, but as usual Marc has underlying reasons which he chooses not to share. Sophia agrees as well and moves in to take care of her brother and father, a means to an end.
Their weekly conversations, Marc's interpretation and bending of the rules to fit his needs was true to his character. I loved seeing how much they adored one another and feeling off loss they felt while being apart from each other. It made their separation throughout the book bareable.
Of course, we could not forget about Getty and his underground connections, who wanted revenge for his arrest. Playing upon Sophia's naivety they are able to inflict "Pain" upon Marc and Sophia. But just when it seems that all is lost, her white knight is there to save the day.
It seems that there were happy endings to be found for more than just Marc and Sophia. The author made sure that there was closure for some and new beginnings for others. So although I am sad to see the story of Marc and Sophia come to an end, I leave knowing that things are as they should be.
Looking forward to reading whatever S.K. Quinn has coming our way.
I did feel plenty of suspense in the end, but throughout most of the series I was just thinking to myself "...really?" The one thing I still can't wrap my head around is the whole Marc doesn't orgasm because he needs to stay in control....really? The amount of sexual frustration he should have built up during all that time having sex and not having an orgasm could have been enough to push him to kill someone. I felt so bad for Marc, he was left with scars from his childhood that left him a little crazy. But I guess as an actor, he knew to keep to himself and controlled his insanity...Maybe that was why?...