- File Size: 2209 KB
- Print Length: 204 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Word for Word; 2 edition (November 11, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PJ2WVGK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,025,890 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Archer is to die for--sexy, dangerous, powerful. He draws you into the story and the sex scenes. *fans self* All I have to say is you will never look at a greenhouse the same way again.
Ivy isn't your typical heroine either. She's strong-willed and independent. While she pined after her lost love, she didn't turn into a sniveling idiot either. She picked herself up and made something of herself in the mean time. But under Archer's *ahem* practiced hands, she truly comes alive.
The story line is fast paced and well thought out. There was never a dull moment. I gripped onto the edge of my seat the whole time and let Viv guide me through the tale.
I HIGHLY recommend this book to everyone who enjoys a sexy man, a strong heroine, a good enchanted Christmas read, and some of the best writing you can pick up at an unbeatable price! 5 STARS!
Set during Christmas time in a small town that is situated against a once thick lush forest which it is now cut off from, by a lattice-work barrier of silver bells. To most townspeople the bells are merely a constant jingling, a draw for tourists especially at Christmas, for the residents that are part forest folk the bells are a source of constant headaches and physical pain. The only thing that provides a slight reprieve is a special blend of redbell flower tea made by Ivy Potter at her Tea Shop at the edge of town nearest the forest, and the bells. Ivy's mother was of the forest and her father was a Botanist that combed the forest for different species and varieties of plant life. But Ivy's mother couldn't stay away from the forest for long and she came and went, staying away more often than she came.
Ivy's True Love was a Forest Boy named Archer, bright, quick to smile, and caring. They fell deeply in love and as with Forest folk, when Love is true the lovers share one soul. Ivy knew she would spend the rest of her life with Archer until the town announced they were going to erect the high fence of bells to protect themselves from the Dark Magic that was invading the Forest. Ivy's father warned the Forest people and asked them to come and stay in the town where they would be safe, but they chose to stay in the forest. Ivy was heartbroken that Archer, and her mother, chose the forest over her.
But one evening, three years after the wall of silver bells was put up, the night goes silent and Archer returns to Ivy through the barricade, half dressed, barely conscious, and bloody. Why did Archer come if he chose the forest over her? How did he get through the barrier of the bells? What does this mean? Will Archer be able to stay? Should Ivy return to the forest with him? Will the bells remain silent or will they be repaired to restart their incessant ringing?
I'm seriously fangirling - and I'm way to old for that stuff. This book had be all twisted up at the beginning because it is set in modern times but it had such an old world aspect to it at the same time - I felt like I was in a whirlpool, it was amazing. The romance between Archer and Ivy is not "obsessive", as I find in so many New Adult novels, it's well developed and mature. The character are fully fleshed out and distinctive - this is a novella that read like a full novel, it wasn't rushed or abbreviated, it was perfectly paced. "Hear Me" was an Enchanting read.
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