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Delicate Love: The Stonewater Series, book 1 by [Brierley, Josephine]
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  • File Size: 1056 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 5, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01A7NY51Y
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Can you want ‘more’ from someone when you’re not sure what that more is?

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.
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This was my first time reading anything by Josephine Brierley and I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed this great story. Josephine Brierley has given us a touching story that will suck you in and hold you there from start to finish,and will leave you wanting more. This story is about chance meeting ,horrific pasts, and circumstances ,these happen when different decisions are made and when life is left hanging in balance. Everyone needs to take a risk sometime in their life and let past things go and in brace the future ever when unknown ,and don't repeat the past and don't pass up being happy with that someone special. This is Mackenzie's and Samuel's touching story of love and happiness. Mackenzie has closed her heart off from love ,and she believes that love make's you weak and vulnerable and she doesn't want any part of that. She is scared so bad that's why she doesn't let anyone get close to her ,and why she doesn't let herself get close to anyone that is until Samuel . All it was support to be was a one night stand .Her plan was to never meet or think of him again. But she knows fate will throw them back together when she moves back to her home town . Samuel wasn't never interested in an relationship ,that wasn't a one night stand. Samuel lost his poor family in an tragic accident and was raised in froster homes ,make him rather live life this way. But the night that him and Mackenzie had together make him rethink life. Just maybe deep down he does want to settle down and have a family and be happy. As I'm reading this story I found myself hope that their fine happiness and I was hoping that he could break down the walls she had build around her heart .Read more ›
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By Anna on March 31, 2016
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Mackenzie is trying to deal with her traumatic past and move forward with her life. Samuel is living a life that is tainted by his own past ordeals, when he and Mackenzie meet at a bar while traveling and have an amazing night together. Although both experienced something stronger than expected, they didn't expect to see another again. Their lives do intersect again when they realize that they are now living in the same town. It is clear that they still share a strong attraction to one another, but neither feels very equipped to have a real relationship.

This was a book that I read straight through once I started. I was hooked quickly, and it held my interest throughout. Mackenzie and Samuel are both easy characters to care about. Despite trying to keep herself closed off from real relationships and strong emotion, she is kind, fun, and engaging. Her independence and confidence is admirable and the others around her seem to recognize and appreciate those qualities in her as well. Samuel has decided to make the most of his adulthood after a rough childhood. He is very successful, but is not ostentatious. He is a good friend, and appreciates those who have been emotionally supportive to him over the years.

The sexual chemistry between Mackenzie and Samuel is very hot! Their non-physical connections are also clear. The author's use of Arthur Aron's 36 questions that increase interpersonal closeness was really interesting, and added a lot to the story. These questions gave Mackenzie and Samuel the structure they both needed to open up about things in their lives that needed discussing and revealing. I found this story very charming and touching. There were some emotionally tough parts, as both of these characters have been through some brutal experiences.
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