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- Print Length: 146 pages
- Publication Date: June 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DD721GV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,171 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Curve (Swift Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I can't wait for the next book
I recomed this book soo much!!
Charlotte is responsibility personified. She doesn't shirk her duties, loving those she helps. While she may wish for a family of her own, no one has gotten close enough to give her that. Besides, as a single mother, she's a package deal and not many are willing to take on a ready made family. Especially one with as many scars, emotionally and physically, as she and her daughter, Mallory, carry. But just maybe, she may have found the one that overlooks all of that.
Charlotte is, understandably, wary of Atticus, and unimpressed with certain aspects of his life, but he doesn't let that deter him. He pulls out all the stops in order to show both her and Mallory he can be trusted, that he sees them for who they are and what they've been through, and they amaze him.
Atticus and Charlotte may come from different worlds, but when they collide, the chemistry, the connection, is undeniable. Both know something is there, yet only one of them is willing to take the risk...at first. Atticus slowly begins to work his way into not only her heart, but also Mallory's, proving he's all in. However, the past can haunt you, and for Charlotte and Mallory, it may end up touching the present, which could impact the future they're beginning to envision with Atticus.
What happens when the barrier around your heart opens enough to let the right person in? Can Atticus break through Charlotte's defenses? Can Charlotte trust his feelings? What happened to Charlotte and Mallory to make them feel so broken? Can Atticus heal their hearts? What happens after he recovers from his injury? Is a HEA possible?
One-click now and follow along as two people are brought together by fate but must decide if she knows what she's doing. I liked the relationship between Charlotte and Mallory. It was an obviously strong one and you knew Charlotte would do anything for her daughter. As for Atticus, you could see the change in him as he realized while baseball may be important, other things were as well and letting those into his life only makes it an even better one.- By Elizabeth
Formerly known womanizer Atticus was such a romantic at heart it made me melt a few times. He was struck by lightning the minute he laid eyes on Charlotte and knew his life was about to change for good.
I loved Charlotte's character. She raised her daughter as a single mother and did a stellar job without any supportive family in the background. She was an unbiased, intelligent woman, who also was simply a very nice person.
Charlotte and Atticus made a great couple. They clicked both in and out of the bedroom. They had chemistry in shades but they also were genuinely interested to learn what they both were made of.
I loved the Swifts they were such caring people and a loving family. I loved how easily they embraced Charlotte and Mallory (great name by the way). I loved the Firefly Ball. The things I would give up on just to experience it once for real!
I also loved the principal's and students' attitude and actions to neutralize bullies. I think it was a strong message everyone needs to receive.
With Leslie Pike's great writing this book was an entertaining , feel-good read. I will definitely continue with the series.