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Come Away With Me (With Me In Seattle Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The characters were one dimensional and annoying as he!!.
I am an avid reader of erotica but this book was literally all sex and very limited character development. As the story continued the story became more and more far fetched.
And the use of pet names! Omg! They knew each other a few days and were all, baby and honey ALL THE TIME!
I hardly ever not finish a book. And almost never leave such a negative review, but this was terrible.
IMO, they develop into a hot, lusty relation very fast. They don't know each other very well and are already spending nights with each other. Also, it seems strange that they have been living near for years and never met before. Their banter and love conversations were cute but so cheesy I did a lot of eye rolling. I also had to do a lot of skimming because there was a sex scene almost every two pages of story. Even so, it was entertaining, cute, sweet, cheesy reading that improves the mood because there were a lot of good family feelings circulating around the story, with Luke's parents, Jules, Natalie's roommate, and Jules family.
1. There was some childish jealously issues with both characters. He gets crazy jealous over her taking pictures of single men (it's her job that she told him about) and she when he was photographed with an ex by paparazzi and saw them on a gossip show (hello...he's a movie star) and believed the story.
2. The I love you came really fast. No build up.
3. I did not like it that the story was told from her point of view and you didn't hear his until the epilogue.
I did like the locations, his parents and her "adopted" family and best friend Jules.
Natalie meets Luke when she is taking pictures early one morning. She is a photographer and he mistakenly thinks that she is photographing him. He tries to get her camera from her, only to find out that he had misjudged the situation.
There is plenty of attraction between the two and a whirlwind romance ensues. Yet, before they can even establish their relationship, they are having problems. After only a day or two together, they're having their first big fight. From that point forward there is drama, drama, drama!
Now, I love stories with a large helping of conflict and plenty of angst. However, you really can get too much of a good thing. The deeper into this story I got, the more I wondered if there was any cliche that hadn't been covered. It felt like the author just started throwing in every over-used plot "twist" that could be thought of, indiscriminately. One or two is manageable, but this was out of hand.
Despite all of that, I did mostly enjoy this story. It was good, even if I spent a fair amount of time rolling my eyes. In fact, the first half was easily a 4-star read for me. Somewhere along the way, it fumbled.
I won't be rereading this one, but it was alright for a one-time listen. Could've been better, but it could've been a lot worse also. This one landed firmly in the "middle of the road" territory for me.
I wish I had better things to say about the plot and tone, but the characters were one dimensional with nearly no emotional depth. Even the physical scenes seemed bland because they were plentiful but boring repeats of the same one note tone. The storyline was so basic and unbelievable that I couldn't empathize with any of the characters.