- File Size: 655 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 11, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009PFNPMG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,690,911 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dancing in Circles (Circles Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As the title suggests, the hero and heroine, Robert and Julie, do spend a lot of time dancing around each other. But it's entertaining to read. In some places, it almost feel like a soap opera and well, I quite enjoyed those. Ha, so sue me. There was always some drama going on or some new obstacle in this pair's way. Julie I liked, but Robert, loved that guy. He's thrown some insurmountable circumstances to overcome, but he manages a way around it all quite nicely. While he may be the 'bad boy', he still has a heart of gold. The author did a nice job expressing that while we may not all travel the same paths in life, we still are essentially the same people and deserve happiness alike.
She did leave the ending a bit open for the next book. Of course that just means I'll have to wait for the next book to release so I can find out what's going to happen to this pair. Can they actually stay together? Well, I have to find out. So, I'll be reading the next.
I really got sucked into this story. The drama mixed with the love story was wonderfully woven. I felt that for a Romeo and Juliet like story this was unique yet realistic. The conflict between the two social classes was done well. I also loved the depth of the characters. None of the characters, even the supporting ones, were flat. They all had multiple facets to their life. This was one of the best parts of this book. The only complaint I had was the way it was written. I know there is a bit of a warning at the beginning of the book regarding the storytelling method. It was a bit tough at the beginning and a few times throughout the story I wasn’t sure who was speaking and got a little lost, but once you over come those little bumps you find yourself drawn into the story and can’t help but want to read the whole trilogy in one sitting. Overall, I felt this was a good novel that definitely surprised me. When you read the first book you will definitely want to go on to the rest of the trilogy. I know I am anxious to read the next two books.
***The book was given to me by the author for an unbiased review***
I loved Julie's family and Robert's friends. My favorite scenes were toward the end at Kelly's wedding. I liked it when things started to go wrong and Stan has to ask Robert to stand in as the best man when the original best man is injured in a car wreck. I enjoyed the scene when Robert talks about the one woman in his past--he was so open with Julie and didn't hold back.
A wonderful story that kind of reminded me of "Gilmore Girls" meets "West Side Story" with a happier ending and a cliff hanger.
That said the idea of an upper crust girl falling in love with a gang leader and following through with it is a bit far reached. and him inviting her to his house in a dangerous neighborhood? not buying it. I believe he could protect her, he is the leader, but he can't be with her 24-7.
I highly doubt a judge can so easily forget the sins of someone he has tried, open his house to him and allow him to date his daughter. to much fantasy.
along with That, Julie is a bit of a snob. She is upset her friends have a ton of preconcieved notions about robert, but so does she. She doesn't trust him and freaks out after they have sex.