- File Size: 1985 KB
- Print Length: 557 pages
- Publication Date: September 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0757WD51V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This one is Lane and Bess’s story. They meet under dire circumstances but don’t reconnect for several years. In fact, Bess doesn’t even remember meeting and Lane keeps it a secret for way too long.
Lane is a self-made man who tends to bail his brother out a few too many times and doesn’t have time in his life for one woman. He much prefers to “love ‘em and leave ‘em” as he goes. Bess is a recovering drug addict and alcoholic determined to get thru each day as it comes. She keeps herself busy with a routine and thinks her life is swell.
I enjoyed the way the story progressed and watching the characters develop feelings and deal with life. There were parts that were a little iffy, but overall I just really enjoyed this book and can’t wait for more.
This is Jake’s story and it was my favorite of the two. I loved watching big, tough Jake fall to his knees for a girl like Aly. These two really stole the show as far as I was concerned. They made my heart beat little faster and I could feel their connection through the pages.
Jake has been coddled for far too long and as he decides to stand on his own two feet and take care of himself, he’s knocked sideways by the public defender sent to help him after he’s arrested for assault. Aly came from nothing and doesn’t expect anything good in her life. She’s strong and independent and fights off Jake’s advances as long as she can.
The drama in this one was a lot more intense than the other, but that made the story so much more exciting. I truly, truly loved everything about this book and can’t wait to find more from this author.
This duet really did me in. I love where both stories took us. The were both emotional, angsty, frustrating and more. I just love Rachel Blaufeld's writing. She has this way that has you connecting with the characters, even the secondary ones, and the story.
I finished reading this duet a few days ago. I waited to do my review because I knew I would bawl and I wanted my thoughts to settle on both stories. When I get so emotionally invested like I was, I tend to fall in a book funk of sorts. So, I just right into a dark romance thinking that would help keep me out of the funk. It did help. But as I sit here now and reflect back on the things, I can feel my chest tightening, throat clogging, and tears welling.
I love both Lane and Jake. I don't think I could pick a favorite so being the book whore that I am, I'm claiming to be my new BBFs. Seriously though, there were times when I would think, "I think I like Lane more because of this or that" or "I like Jake more because he does this". But when it comes down to it, I liked them for who they are individually. While they are identical twins, they each have their own redeeming qualities and pulled at my heartstring in different ways.
I know I should have reviewed each book seperately but I couldn't stop in between books. I just needed read Jake's story right away. I think it's best to read both of these books back to back anyway.
Rachel Blaufeld is a favorite and I look forward to reading more from her.
I thought both books were nicely written. The character devolament was nice and I love how they both had a back story. I do think that the stories were a little rushed and there were alot of secondary charaters that were half devolved; like they were introduced and mention enough to have to be inclured in the end but wasn't.
Overall it you love simple love stories this book is for you