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- Print Length: 215 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sugarloaf Press (March 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D8RE8SQ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,245 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
She felt like an opportunist - clearly more into the guys sperm count that is bank account but an opportunist all the same.
That being said I actually enjoyed the book (strangely?) because it was well written. And let's face it, we tend to be selfish and whinny and self centred that way, I guess, so that was realistic. It never got to a point where I thought she might as well go back to third grade.
It wasn't as good as it might have been because it wasn't a love triangle, it was a needy girl who would take whatever guy is showing her the most attention, whatever guy was in front of her, so the whole two guys for her just didn't work that well. If she'd been a guy she would have been called a jerk, a playboy or whatever.
Also the whole "let's have sexy although we don't fancy each other" is not sexy, not relatable, and pretty annoying, too. In short, every character in this book needs to open the dictionary and try and understand what "love" could possible mean. They are trying to find themselves or whatever but I find it pretty damn frustrating, probably because I have no tolerance for bigotry.
So let's hash it: it's a 3/5 because the woman can't be defined unless she has a man (who wants to make babies) and *needs* a boyfriend more than she needs an identity. It's actually making me wanna puke a bit. That kind of women generally end up single mum with a deadbeat baby daddy so might as well go in vitro instead. Also, because there's more angst about the said manhunt than stuff such as dead/jobs/life in general. It's one dimensional.
But it is a three, rather than a one, because it's well written. It gets pretty damn boring (because of the one dimensional plot mentioned above) but I don't always finish books so that's a thumbs up. And because *spoiler* suddenly someone says the obvious out loud "there's no guarantee, you know" and she wakes up. The whole revelation is pretty ridiculous.
So if you've taken the time to read through all my rent you're wondering why it has gone to a two, now. Well, you have to suffer through the entire book up to 94% in to understand that. The twelve year old plot twist definitely deserved to drop a star or two. I felt like I've wasted two precious hours of my time on a immature thing that make most YA book seem like they're featuring wise men. Altogether I really, really didn't enjoy this book.
Casey is so in love with Jason. They are just so good together which is why it was very hard when she had to breakup with him. Casey had dreams and one of those dreams was she wanted kids. Jason made it very clear that though he loved her that is something he never wanted in his future.
Casey finds herself moving and leaving Jason behind. Things seem to be going very good for her. She is meeting friends and even got a new boyfriend. I work hard to try to figure out Casey’s new boyfriend Blaine. He was this nice looking sky instructor. Though he had not been dating Blaine seemed to take a liking to Casey. He seemed to care for her deeply and even in the story you find where he appears jealous, but there seems to be no fire in the bedroom. It is like Casey’s touch is like throwing a bucket of ice water on him.
You will find that Casey, Blaine, and Jason have secrets that they do not want to tell. Things become more complicated when Jason moves to were Casey is at. Casey can not seem to get Jason out of her mind and at one point I felt she was not being fair to Jason and Blaine.
I loved Clara in the story. She was one of Casey and Blaine’s friends. Clara is the one that introduces Casey and Blaine. Watching Blaine with Clare’s kids it is plan to see that Blaine would make a good father. Clara will go through so hard times and my heart really broke for Clara.
This was a great story. There was one character I did not like in the story and that was Jess. To be honest we all know a Jess in our life. If you are looking for a story with love, passion, and a few lesson along the way this is the story for you.
when she arrives at the resort she didn't plan to get a new boyfriend but it seems that blaine ticks all the right boxes, yet there seems to be a secret he's guarding with his life. things get more complicated when jason shows up as the new ski intructor. despite not changing his mind about the kidd issue he can't help but be madly in love with casey, loving her enough to follow her all the way and fight for her.
will casey be able to choose the right man for herself?
a turbulent and emotional story with some twists and turns and misunderstandings before they are able to get their HEA
free copy given in exchange for an honest review.