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Depths (Lengths) Paperback – March 11, 2013
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About the Author
Steph Campbell is the author of several novels, including "Delicate," "Beautiful Things Never Last," "My Heart for Yours," and "A Toast to the Good Times." Liz Reinhardt is the author of several young adult novels, including "Inherit," "Forgiving Trinity," and the Brenna Blixen series. She is also coauthor, with Steph Campbell, of "Lengths" and "A Toast to the Good Times."
Award-winning stage actress Abby Craden works in all aspects of voice-over and can be heard in numerous commercials, animation, video games, and audiobooks. "AudioFile" magazine has awarded her an Earphones Award as well as named her One of 2012's Best Voices.
Sean Crisden is a multitalented actor and an "AudioFile" Earphones Award-winning narrator who has recorded audiobooks in almost every genre, from science fiction to romance. He has also voiced characters in numerous video games and appeared in many commercials and films, including "The Last Airbender."
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Top Customer Reviews
Gorgeous, talented and selfless Maren was due some happiness in her life. She had operated in the shallow depths of all her relationships in order to stay well protected from hurt for many years. The one man, her father, who should have been her protector and provider, caused her the most angst and sadness, even over her dead-beat, cheating boyfriend.
Sexy, kind and intelligent Cohen Rodriguez held fast to predictability - in his superficial girlfriend and in his family business position, in which he was completely over-qualified. In both situations, he lacked motivation for change and desire to step away from what was easy.
Despite the warm friendship formed from their telephone conversations throughout the last 12 months, nothing prepared Maren and Cohen for their first face-to-face meeting. The attraction was instant and the draw to each other captivating. Suddenly shallow and easy was no longer an option, and along with some boundary pushing, came sizzling hot encounters and a radical new outlook on life - together, not alone.
Switching POV each chapter was a wonderful tool allowing the reader to get inside the heads of the H & h. I had expected a little more tension and conflict from the ex's. The wanting of more was not because the story was lacking, but rather because I just wanted more to read! I am a fan of Epilogues, so was thankful that we were given a brief glimpse of the future.
With superb writing, a compelling story, witty dialog and a few delicious sex scenes, I loved Depths. Any person who enjoys New Adult Contemporary romance will enjoy this book. (But you might, like me, have wanted more!!! Greedy little reader that I am!)
I enjoyed getting to know Cohen and Maren. They were gorgeous characters. I loved how their relationship developed over the phone, until Maren invited Cohen out on a blind date. That was humiliating in the extreme and I couldn't believe the outcome!
Where I got frustrated with the story was the uncertainty of Maren. On one hand, she has kept a voice recording of Cohen on her phone because she has feelings for him. On the other, she takes a really long time admitting her feelings for him and dumping her a$$ of a boyfriend! Maren even admits to herself that she can't stand Jason.
There are a lot of feelings with this story. An alcoholic father, parents high expectations of their children, getting back into the dating game when dumped by a long term partner, unrequited love, you name it, this story has it!
Good little reading investment!
the story of Cohen and Maren is cute, sweet and leaves you wanting more.
Maren - is not exactly an innocent girl, but she is kind, caring and giving. Altruistic is a word for her.
Cohen - is in search for true love. He wears his heart on a sleeve.
The best part of the book is the wait for them to meet each other, Maren and Cohen are a perfect fit.
Like a key in a lock.
Both vulnerable and want to depend on one other, but ego and morals keep coming in the way.
The romance between them is HOT!
but the book is too short. :(
i recommend this book for a weekend, because you'll want to read it again and again, all day!
I find myself laughing as I read the story. Poor Cohen, some people call him everything but his name. I did want to slap Maren when he defended her and she got all upset about it. The idiot who insulted her not only insulted her but used a racial slur against Cohen. I wanted Cohen to beat him to a pulp.
I loved this book. Cohen can be a bit intense bit he meals well. Loved that Deo and Whit were in this one. The epilogue made me teary eyed. There a few mistakes here and there but it doesn't take from the story. Towards the end there's a sentence were it should say Cohen and it says Deo instead. Guess the authors were thinking of Deo.
Loved this book. I got the next one. Can't wait to read it. Hope there are more to come. Highly recommend it.
I like that the story was told form both Cohen's and Maren's POV. This helped me to understand the thoughts that both characters were going through. I absolutely LOVED Cohen. He was a gentlemen throughout the book and I found myself being drawn to him. I will be honest--I didn't really like Maren. I kind of wish he found someone with a bit more character development. She was flawed and that's fine, but some the choices and her thought process left me annoyed with her.
This book does use more mature language there are more steamier scenes than I remember reading in Lengths. I'd recommend this book. It was a light read and I finished it quickly.