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This is the final conclusion of Ian and Chelsie's story.
Abbie St. Claire's writing of these three books were phenomenal.
A perfect ending to an amazing story.
Chelsie needed to find Ian to let him know of her pregnancy. She is
tired of telling lies of her condition to her friends. She was surprised
to find Ian at a drug rehab facility. His accident re triggered his dependency
on drugs due to the pain and the fact that he cannot practice medicine again.
Chelsie wanted a fresh start with no lies between them. In every relationship,
there are ups and downs which have put them to the test regarding their sons.
Will their love be strong enough to move forward in bringing with both families
together as a whole. This is a must read. I absolutely loved the story
From the Author
- Publication Date : April 5, 2016
- File Size : 2247 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Southern Ink Press (April 5, 2016)
- ASIN : B01AUWLA6A
- Print Length : 195 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,168,146 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the conclusion to the 5th Ave Series by Abbie St Claire. I loved the first 2 books and enjoyed the conclusion to Chelsie and Ian's story. As always, Abbie is a thoughtful writer, who builds the story brick by brick. The book was well paced, compelling, interesting from start to finish. But, it lost a star from me on the last stupid Ian stunt. Sorry, that would have put me over the edge, love of my life or not. Chelsie is a better person than I, but maybe that's why she's fictional. All in all I loved the series, Abbie remains one of my favorite authors and this book is another winner.
There are a lot of twists and turns in "Captivated on 5th Avenue" and even though promises are made - disappearing acts are still performed. The dangers are frightening and the stressors are exhausting. Abbie St. Claire comes up with seriously racy and steamy pregnancy sex. But the bottom-line is that at the end of the day the most important thing in a relationship, be it marriage, family, or friends, is Trust and Communication. Without that you are on your own and the world is a dangerous place to be without someone whose got your back. I do hope Ms. St. Claire revisits 5th Avenue, and it wouldn't surprise me, there are more stories that are waiting to be told.
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This is the last book in Ian and Chelsie story and finally Ian was able to tell his story. I couldn’t believe what he went through before he found the person that was able to take him out of the dark path he was leading. He was able to become a better man even though the profession he works in was not his dream job. Now as for Chelsie she was a very strong woman that overcame so many obstacles but in the end she loved Ian and couldn’t get him out of her heart. She didn’t understand why he wouldn’t speak with her, why he was acting so cold towards her and overall it was just killing her.
Ian is lost without Chelsie and he misses her so much but he doesn’t want to be a burden to her. He is not a whole man or that is what he thinks. He was acting very childish and just hiding. I couldn’t believe that he just left his child, Oliver, with his parents knowing that they were so cold but after reading more about his past I knew he was going through another dark time. I knew that he was suffering so much knowing that his career was gone forever but that didn’t mean that he couldn’t do anything else. He was a very strong man and he needed to put on his big boy pants and do what was right.
Chelsie oh poor Chelsie I felt so bad for her because of the news she received at the end of Complicated on 5th Avenue. I knew that she had a long road ahead but she had unfinished business with Ian. She knew that she needed to tell him about the baby and she also needed to stop telling lies to everyone around her. Chelsie was handling this situation as best as she could but she was also running herself into the ground. Her business was blooming and she had excellent staff. What was kind of sad was that her relationship with her bestfriend was fading. Jason was still in the picture and he was someone that she could confide in but he knew that she forever love Ian, only him.
I loved Ty he was a sweet little boy that with his request of wanting to talk with Ian plans were now in place. I loved how Ms. St. Claire story developed even more from that point and I thought that it was going to be smooth sailing from there but how wrong was I to think that. I should have known that there would be more drama especially with her ex-husband. There were more developments but readers will have to get the book to know every single detail. All I can say is that more mistakes will be made, doubts will torment Chelsie but in the happiness of things friends will find love. But in the end everything comes together and a happily ever after is found and a family is formed.
Captivated on 5th Avenue was an exceptional read. Ian and Chelsie’s relationship went through rocky waves but in a relationship there will be small waves and big waves but in the end it’s so worth it. These two characters grew so much, the story became so big and Ms. St. Claire writing skills excelled. Chelsie and Ian’s passion was explosive and sensual. I loved it when I could see Ian coming back to his old self again. The amount of emotions that I felt while reading this book were so many of course I shed a couple of tears and there were times that I just sighed because they were just perfect for each other. Then there were times that I wanted to hit Ian over the head so he could rethink what he was doing and at times I felt that way with Chelsie. She was a beautiful woman that found love and she needed to quit thinking about the past. Her ex-husband needed to get out of her head because Ian was not him not an inch. I loved all the characters in this story and I really would like to know what’s going to happen to Jason and Sabrina. Then there was Mick and Izzy happy newlyweds but love to know a little more how their relationship flourished so quickly and how they handled their sadness.
I love reading a story where I am able to connect with the characters. I love it when the story is detailed and I am able to get lost in the vivid scenes and the emotions of the characters. Ms. St. Claire’s writing told the beautiful journey of a loving couple that no matter the situation, no matter how much time it took they were able to overcome it and live happily ever after.
I totally recommend this read. I highly recommend that if you haven’t read Conflicted on 5th Avenue then read Complicated on 5th Avenue because if you start with this read first you will be lost.
Top reviews from other countries
I could not wait to read Captivated on 5th Avenue after reading and loving the other two books .
Captivated on 5th Avenue is the third book in the On 5th Avenue series.
Chelsie and Ian are separated.
Chelsie is pregnant but trying to move on without Ian who abandoned her.
But life is never simple.
Tired of telling lies she goes searching for Ian to tell him the truth. She finds him at a drug rehab facility and learns he is an addict.
Ian is overjoyed about Chelsies pregnancy and they start their life together..... . But destiny strikes again.
This is an really really awesome book and an great finish.
I cried an river over Chelsie and Ian. I'm sure everybody will need a lot of tissues.
This is my favorite book of 2016. I wish i could give 10 Stars.
Thank you Abbie St. Claire!!