- File Size: 2042 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1942298463
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073W4KMVT
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,546 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cheyenne (The Women of Merryton Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I really wasn't sure I'd like a book about Cheyenne - but I know and love this author, and enjoyed the other Merryton books, so I knew I wouldn't regret reading another. While Cheyenne has a past, and she is not ashamed of it, the author kept with her typical style and made the book about characterization, not about just the physical side of the relationship. That aspect is there, but just like in real life, it isn't the main goal, or even the ,it's important thing.
There is kissing in the book, and other things alluded to, but nothing I'd blush at after recommending the book to a friend.
All I can say is, reader beware. If you've never read any of her other books, if you're anything like me, once you start you can't stop.
This book is part of a series. The other people featured in the previous books do take a pretty large role in this book, so the series is probably best read in order, but not absolutely necessary.
We get a glimpse of Cheyenne in the previous books in this series and honestly, the view we see isn't always very flattering. It's obvious from those books that there is more to Cheyenne that meets the eye because after all, she IS friends with those awesome women of Merryton but she is just so intimidating!
Cheyenne isn't for the faint of heart. I wondered about Aidan in the beginning and if he really would be able to break through the mass of difficulty and complexity that is Cheyenne. But that Aidan. He really surprised me. He grew a spine of steel and man, when he made up his mind? All in. Relentless. Positively sexy. And Cheyenne thought so too. Ha. Aidan is incredible. In the book, Aidan always asks, "Do you like me?" I told him yes every time. Cheyenne? No. She didn't. But I did. Every. Single. Time.
I ran through a whole myriad of emotions in this book. At times I was embarrassed for Cheyenne and her behavior, at times I was frustrated and I just wanted to thump her. But then there were moments where I wanted to pick up those broken pieces and help her put them back together. I wanted to be her friend. You could do worse than having someone like Cheyenne in your corner. Especially if you take the time to really know her. I loved the internal battle that raged within Cheyenne and the journey to trusting and loving. It was very satisfying.
This book was a good reminder to me to not judge people but give them the benefit of the doubt and to take the time and put in the effort to look beneath the surface to see the real person underneath because some people are really good at hiding beneath those facades.
I loved this addition to the Women of Merryton series. Cheyenne is a complex and difficult character and I am constantly amazed at how Jennifer Peel can create such a variety of characters and make me love them all. She is fantastically gifted at writing and I love her for writing books for me. :)
Content: mild swearing, references to past sexual relations with no details, innuendo, kissing