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Craving Heat: A Fast-Paced Romantic Suspense Novel (Steele Ridge Book 8) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 19942 KB
- Publication date : July 29, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 496 pages
- Publisher : Steele Ridge Publishing (July 29, 2018)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Enabled
- ASIN : B07FNVS11G
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,821 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As to the reason I was lost, it was probably due to the sheer amount of characters introduced with little to no information provided as to who they were. The heroine seemed to have random brothers and cousins show up. I kept asking myself if I should've read the others in the series first because I think the author assumed that I as a reader would know who they were from before. When I gave up and just checked what number the book in the series was, it turned out to be book 1. That left me dumbfounded.
The last reason I did not enjoy the book was the main characters themselves. There was a lot of whining and BS, as another reviewer mentioned. Each character had their turn at a hissy fit. Quite unbecoming to both.
If the things I mentioned above were fixed, the plot itself wouldn't be so bad.
As others said, there were many other characters mentioned of brothers and cousins written like you should have known them. This is book 1, but I believe the other characters might have been introduced in another series or are intended to be flushed out in this series. There were too many to remember them all and only a couple were impressionable, but that might be a stretch as to why they left an impression.
Top reviews from other countries
And then I read this book. I really enjoyed it. I could totally believe that everyone wanted a piece of Jay just because he was famous. Never gave him a chance to let them know what he was like as a real person. I could also believe Maggie's issues because everybody thought of her as "the female sheriff" and not as just their own local sheriff. On top of all this there was totally believable humorous banter with her family. And for me the icing on the cake was that there was an actual plot!!!
Having said all that, although I would like to carry on reading about this family I would not pay £4.49 for each book. If I found them on offer then yes I would download some more.
Maggie Kingston is Steele Ridge’s first female sheriff and a fab one she's looking forward to her upcoming vacation, especially as it's the first in years, but when her cousin brings one of his superstar players (Jayson Tucker) — and the accompanying media circus—to their small town, Maggie is kept on her toes both professionally and personally.
Jayson devoted his whole career to the New York Knights, allowing them to cultivate a media persona that doesn't really reflect him or childhood he lived. So when the team takes a idiot rookie’s side over his after a locker room brawl and throw him to the wolves he takes refuge in Steele Ridge. Except the reporters aren’t the only ones after him.
Good chemistry between Maggie and Jayson. Enjoyed the glimpses of Maggie's family we see in this book. Maggie's siblings seem like a hoot and I'm looking forward to reading each of their stories.
Free on Amazon 9th March 2019
I deleted it when I realised this book was the reason I keep putting the Kindle down. I'm sure others will enjoy it, but it's not for me