- File Size: 1547 KB
- Print Length: 504 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Linda Kage (March 2, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 2, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SZ2Z9RE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,200 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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With Every Heartbeat was an amazing book - I felt so much for the hero and heroine, who truly were a match made in heaven. I laughed, I cried, I contemplated throwing by kindle across the room because I hated Cora so much...
Cora. What an evil brat. I don't think I have hated a character quite as much as I hate her and I try to use that word sparingly because its a very strong emotion. There is a special place in hell reserved for horrible people like her. The things she did to her boyfriend and best friend... there is just no excuse for anything she did and I found no redeeming qualities in her whatsoever.
Quinn aka Ham was just as wonderful as I knew he would be. He is truly a "good" guy who always has peoples best interest at heart. What a sweetheart, really. I loved him. And Zoey was such a likeable heroine; she was just as "good" as Quinn - they were made for eachother. Truly.
As usual, I love that Linda Kage always brings in the characters from the previous and future books - I got my Pick fix and I love Eva and Reese's friendship, they entertain me greatly. And of course, Ten - I love the colorful things that come out of his mouth.
So, even though I absolutely hated Cora the Whora, I still loved this book and it truly was wonderful.
This review can also be found on my blog <a href="http://www.bookpotato.blogspot.com/">The Book Potato</a>
Quinn and Zoey are the sweetest characters. Both came from abusive parents whose personality are more reserved and in a way shy. Another thing they have in common is their devotion to their friends. Zoey only has her childhood friend Cora when the book starts out. When she joins her at college she is surprised in the changes in her friend. But her promise to her friend that she would give her a life saving transplant even though Cora isn’t living her life like a person who needs a kidney. She’s instead living it like an out of control party girl who doesn’t care about other’s feelings. Yes Quinn and Zoey are attracted to each other but neither act on that out of their sense of conscience. But they do form a great friendship due to many things they have in common. There is no cheating here and by the time all things are revealed everyone ends up where they should be.
All of the characters from the previous books are back as they all either work together or most of the males are all on the college football team together. Zoey and Noel’s sister Caroline become good friends through this book and as her book is up next It was good getting to know her now as a college freshman. Ten was also a huge presence throughout this book and we are learning that the insensitive man-whore we all through Ten to be may just be an act/coping mechanism for a past we don’t know about yet. He proves himself to be a great friend to Quinn and Zoey and a protector to Caroline.
Manipulation and betrayal play a huge part of this book and its always the innocent who pay the price. If you think by reading the blurb for this book you know who/what that is your wrong.. Very excited now to read Ten and Caroline’s story which is next in the series.
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