- File Size: 1275 KB
- Print Length: 296 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 5, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01A7NY51Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,338,769 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Delicate Love: The Stonewater Series, book 1 Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Why can't Sam be real? I just love a man that knows what he wants and is willing to not only fight his demons but hers as well.
I loved the way Mackenzie and Sam used the questions to learn about each other and broke down each other's barriers. I loved how they each learned about themselves and was able to come to terms with their pasts and grieve for what could've been but realizing at the same time they would not have been as strong as they were without the experiences they had. Strong 4 1/2 stars!
Thank you Author Josephine Brierley and LLEP Book Blog & Promotions Group for allowing me the opportunity to read this in exchange for my honest review.
I Would Highly Recommend this book to all the readers. Everybody should read it/
This book is based on a experiment done by Arthur Aron about 36 questions to fast track love. I was genuinely curious to see how she would weave these questions into this book and she did it effortlessly. Kudos!!!
We meet Samuel and MacKenzie in 'Delicate Love' – two broken souls living in the moment, for the moment…until they meet each other. A random one night hook-up, which includes questions from 'The Thirty-Six Questions That Lead To Love'…and more passion than they’ve both ever experienced…leaves them each questioning their personal choices about love and relationships. However, it’s not enough to keep Mackenzie from doing what she does best…run. Sam is disappointed when he wakes up the next morning alone in bed. He wanted to know more about the sexy, mysterious woman…he wanted to spend more time with her, and those are things he’s never wanted before.
Though the one night they shared together seems to be on constant replay in each of their minds, Sam and Kenzie move on and move forward, becoming involved with others, and unbeknownst to them – living in the same town. A chance meeting at a house warming months later brings back memories of their night together, and much awkwardness. So begins the dance of dysfunctional friendship…and the continuation of The Thirty-Six questions.
Traumatic childhoods have shaped the personalities of this non-couple. They don’t do relationships and they definitely don’t do love. But still, there is something there that draws them together, something neither of them has felt before.
Terrified of his feelings for Kenzie – and in a generic relationship with a distracted blond, Sam battles an internal war. He knows his current relationship is not for him. He knows he wants Kenzie, but can he really do forever? Kenzie’s demons are just as bad, but for all her independence and words of wisdom from her late mother, she got on my last good nerve. By no means, am I discounting or downplaying the hard knocks life has given her, but…dayum. At what point do you take ownership and responsibility of your own life…and by responsibility I don’t mean running away every time you ‘feel’ something.
Kenzie had times when she seemed so focused and positive, but five minutes inside her own head quickly changed that. She was reactive instead of proactive, making horrible decisions…one which nearly ended her life. Meh.
Much respect for Lily, Rebekah, cousin Zoe and Aunt Sophie. They stuck by and supported Kenzie…maybe even a little too much. They each gave her sound, honest advice – and she took it to heart and became proactive…for a New York minute. Afterwards she’d do the ‘Kenzie Over-Think’ and Run. Away. Meh.
It’s Sam’s persistence that melts your heart. He isn’t any less damaged than Kenzie, but he is willing to take a risk…and the thirty-six questions help him keep the door open. They also give him much insight into Kenzie…and himself.
This is not a cozy, feel-good read. It is a journey of two people broken as children, who try to move beyond the burdens of their pasts, to make decisions in the present that will affect their future. 1-click it today.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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Romantic, complicated lives and hot!
I look forward to Delicate Lies.
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