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Though I may be in the minority, I am getting so tired of books that don't end. I am a long time reader of romantic fiction and a librarian and I strongly dislike the new style of having to read more than one book (usually a trilogy) to get a story told. To me, it smacks of a simply monetary reward - why write a book when you can write three and get triple the price. I know that sounds really cynical but sometimes a trilogy makes sense but more often than not - really?!? The market is being deluged by trilogies and it is driving me crazy...And it is even worse when I don't know, when I start the book, that there will be more coming. That really sets me off.
I enjoyed this book but I am starting to look at titles that, even though they get good reviews, if they continue in another book not yet published I am not buying them. Sad to make that one of my criteria but there it is. I enjoy reading books that have great stories, great characters AND AN ENDING!!
The chemistry between Bo and Ember is smoldering without being overtly graphic. Don't get me wrong, I am all for a gratuitous sex scene but I think it takes tremendous talent to write the foreplay. The kind that sets your panties on fire before anyone even touches each other; that's what I am talking about. WHEW!
Ember is a magnificent protagonist; I fell hard for her (sorry, Bo!) She is a beautiful balance of strong yet vulnerable, stoic yet emotional. She is bold, passionate, independent and sarcastically witty. *swoon* She isn't perfect but her flaws made me more invested in her, not irritated by her.
Bo is about as swoon worthy as they come; he's hot and he is sensitive. He is also a musician and philanthropist so there is absolutely no hope in trying to escape his magnetism. Like Ember, he has issues he needs to work out but I got pretty mad at Bo for his imperfections. Was that fair? Maybe not, I have an unnatural attachment to Ember that biases me.
Adrian was a wild card for me; I wanted to hate this guy's guts. He completely screwed with Ember's head back in college and then reappeared to take another stab at it. At first, I thought that he was just a run of the mill manipulative egomaniac but I found myself feeling sorry for him. I don't think he is less of a manipulator but darn it, Andrea Randall made me like him anyway. Well done.
Overall: The characters were my favorite part of the book; I loved how each of them revealed themselves in their own way and in their own time. They each set their own pace, taking care not to fall prey to predictability. I liked the lack of contrived formula character development that can plague the romance genre. It was obvious to me that the author took a lot of time and great care to write a great love story with a fresh character profile. I would recommend this book to someone who is looking for a great romance but is looking for something outside of the generic hero/ heroine role. It was a wonderful read and I am already anticipating Reckless Abandon (#2)!
While there are few spelling errors, the grammar threw me out of the story regularly. (ex: into is one word, someone walks past, not passed) The author could benefit from a class or two, or get better beta readers.
If you're looking for an exercise in frustration, I recommend this... series apparently. If you're in the market for a nice, happy love story, give this one a pass. If you have a weak heart, don't even think about it!
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