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Change-Up (Barlow Sisters Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07KDT1KF7
- Publication date : November 10, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1582 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 137 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #637,386 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Rahn and Roman have a great love for each other, and the only damper on their relationship is that Rahn’s parents disapprove of Roman and refuse to give him a chance.
Well, that was their only problem. Until they try to make plans for Christmas and are thwarted at every turn. And then Rahn disappears. Despite how much he loves her, Roman is convinced that she’s finally bowing to her parent’s wishes and dumping his butt. But the real reason—it’s a doozy—just might end up the greatest gift they couldn’t have planned on.
4 stars — OMG, I loved Rahn and Roman…they were so cute together. I love sweet characters, and both Rahn and Roman fit that bill. I just wanted to hug them both, and I LOVED the way they loved each other.
I did NOT expect the storyline at all! It threw me totally off-guard, though I did guess before it was confirmed, I just wasn’t expecting that particular conflict. I also thought it was an interesting look at the difficulties Christians can have with their beliefs leading to judgements…and that it dealt with that really well, not making religious people look bad, just flawed…but not without hope to be better. Without giving away spoilers, I can’t really get into much more. But I thought that the subject matters it tackled were dealt with fairly well, trying to show the difficulties of reality a bit.
And I loved seeing cameos of all our favourite characters from the series! They didn’t take over the story, but were there enough to satisfy Barlow sister fans. I especially loved seeing the Hales again…those are some good parents.
So yeah, I loved this little Christmas novella. I was one of the fans that wanted to see Rahn get a story, and it was just made better that her beau was Roman. <3
Look, I’m sorry but if you were old enough to have the sex, you should have been old enough to deal with what could have happened. And I know I’m all preachy over here and her parents were grade A buttfaces but ugh. It is not really so dramatic as it was made to sound. Five pages for us to learn her big bad secret! And its not even that big of a deal. At least it wasn’t when I was a kid. But I may have just been brought up differently.
Then the engagement. ROTFL. For a book that is so ‘real’ this was just plain laughable. I’m gonna stop now because I’ll just work myself up. Suffice it so say if these were my kids… you know what, nevermind, they aren’t. Thank god.
Incredibly dissappointed in this and don’t think I will be reading anymore in this series.
I voluntarily leave an honest review of this Advanced Readers Copy.
Top reviews from other countries
We met Rahn and Roman in the Barlow Sisters Trilogy - Rahn being Chloe’s best friend and Roman being the drummer in Cairo’s band, Chaos.
This book is set a few months after the conclusion of Foul Play.
Roman is the biggest sweetheart and you can’t help but fall in love with him. He just adores Rahn and treats her so beautifully.
This couple face some serious challenges but I won’t give away too much.
I loved this story. It was so sweet. ❤️❤️
If you’re in the mood for a melt your heart Christmas story, give this one a go. ❤️❤️❤️