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About the Author
- ASIN : B085G52PPN
- Publisher : Bella Books (March 13, 2020)
- Publication date : March 13, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2425 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 191 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,263,669 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Only complaint is that some of the minor story arcs ended rather abruptly to me.
Camille and Hannah are both captivating, I fell in love with them and their story. Each side character was amazingly developed and genuine. I loved every character from the cats to Mia. McCain truly has a way with creating authentic and interesting characters.
I love the connection between Camille and Hannah so much. Their fun and flirty passing interactions at the beginning, the instant and sizzling attachment, the nearly primal level of attraction, and the sweet and loving relationship they form. The chemistry between them jumps off the page and had me swooning from start to finish. A paraphrased line form the story perfectly summed up the magnetism between them “It was more than just pent-up lust. Their connection felt wild and organic, like a bolt of lightning.”
The sex scenes were incredibly passionate and enticing. And the shared chemistry and flirty desire between Camille and Hannah was evident in every steamy electric moment between them.
At several points while reading this lovely story I realized my face was hurting from smiling for so long. Not to say that there isn’t plenty of drama and intrigue because there is, but overall the story gave of a fun and sexy vibe that was perfect and entertaining. A supremely great read.
**'What is written without effort is generally read without pleasure..Being a writer requires an intoxication with both language and dialogue...'
It might be a bit difficult for me to give any lengthy indepth description of what exactly 'CLAIMING CAMILLE' is truly about because from it's enticing blurb, anyone will want to read it but then when you get to the storyline, most of the storytelling seems way too stifling and off-putting --- or perhaps i can easily say that the context has a little of everything: intimidation, biting satire, vivid sexual encounters, family & friends drama etc..
The book begins and ends with all things surrounding Camille. While the only enjoyable high points were her father's entertaining antics and their oftentimes sporadic relationship.
Although there's a risk of a certain kind of sameness or repetition with the telling of this story, I think Ms.Bain tried to be varied with the many different subtext and tone sufficiently so that interested readers will remain engaged from chapter to chapter. Maybe also trying not to belabor a lot of her points through to the ending.
With all that i've said in mind, it sure will be hard to know or have any inkling as to what other readers will make of 'CLAIMING CAMILLE' based on its thought-provoking storytelling.
Sparks may have been flying in the subway, but when Hannah flies away with Camille in order to rescue her from an awkward ex encounter, this is a full burning fire. A fast paced, fun, funny romance. I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. The friends and family are fun. Even the cats are delightful, but a little much after a while. It was well written. The diagloue was snappy and drew more than one chuckle and a flash back to a simlar experience of my own. The imagery and descriptions allow you to feel like you are one of the group. Wish I had friends like this.
This was a really good book. The writing/editing needs a bit of work, but still an outstanding novel. I liked all the characters and they were well-developed. I was drawn to the cover but not the title, but in the end, I saw how it fit the story. The beginning seemed kind of slow and I wasn't invested until the main characters met. I'm not a cat person, so that might be part of it.
I would highly recommend this book.
I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.