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When Love Comes (Diamond Creek, Alaska Novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Iwill be reading more books by this author as J.H. Croix has become one of mynew favorite authors!" ~Amazon reviewer
"Thisis a beautiful beginning to the Diamond Creek, Alaska novels with descriptionsso vivid you feel like you are part of the community." ~Amazon reviewer
About the Author
- ASIN : B00Q8V1QSA
- Publication date : November 26, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1689 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 360 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,529 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Then we have a story of a grown woman who did stupid things with her life and stayed away from her family to come back two years later and did nothing but whine and mope about them not being there. When she came back she should have gotten therapy and left Susie at the curb. She was a nosey, controlling person who couldn't keep her mouth shut.
Hannah meets this "awsome" guy who can't decide through 80% of the book to care about her. He had sex with her every time they turned around everywhere but in a bedroom, but if someone saw him with her he told them it was because of the dog.
There was way too much description of the area as other reviews said and I thought if i had to hear of Luke's dark hair and green eyes again I would poke mine out. This author needs to get another job.
The books was slow and repetitious. The author could have written this book in a quarter of its length and still gotten across every detail of this book that she did by dragging it out to the point that I wanted to put it down in the last 30 minutesThe book had very wishy-washy characters. Do I? Should we? Oh, no better not? But wait! What if? Multiply these scenarios over and over again and then do the same with the scenic descriptions and how everyone looked. So and So had curly hair doing this, dark hair, green eyes blah, blah, blah. The reader knows their description! It is ok to throw it in from time to time to allow us to remember, but not so much that we're sick of hearing about it. Her constant scenic descriptions read more like an Alaskan vacation sales pitch than a love story.
The book was slow and repetitious. The author could have written this book in a quarter of its length and still gotten across every detail that she did by dragging it out to the point that I wanted to put it down in the last 30 minutes, but since I use my Kindle to read at night to put me to sleep, then this book served its purpose for that arena, but not for quality reading material.
, but since I use my Kindle to read at night to put me to sleep, then this book served it purpose for that arena, but not for quality reading material.
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I also found the reappearance of Luke’s ex totally predictable but not particularly well written. And as for his mother’s interference - no way would 3 grown men put up with that crap, no matter how much they loved her.
I nearly gave this just 1 star because I didn’t think I would actually finish it. But I did in the end but only by skipping over all the boring bits.
Won’t bother with this author again.
Like I said I love this author, love the burn series, and honestly everything else I've read of hers. Have got the rest of the series to read so hopefully the new characters will have more to do and say.
The setting was nice but was overly stated just how mountainous and beautiful it was. The narrative was overly detailed with what the characters were doing, thinking or feeling. The conversations seemed to be mass info dumps and came across as stilted.
Unfortunately I won’t be getting any more from this author.
It does touch on difficult subjects, but they are merely outlined to set the scene, so they don't pull the focus of the book in the wrong direction. Hannah and Luke have both been burnt and are wary, which leads to an entertaining dance between them, complete with misunderstandings, interfering families and friends, the gorgeous Jessie and soul searching by both of them, but never fear there is also plenty of fun, laughter, steamy sex and passion.
It's a free download, so you really should try it, I enjoyed it enough to buy the second in the series.