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Amanda Kaitlyn knows how to play on the emotions of her readers. This book goes from the lows to the most highs. It is good to see Aria is trying to get back to dating again with someone that treats her good.
this is my 2nd book from this amazing author and so far I would have to say I really love this story, This author knows how to draw the readers into her story and make the reader feel every word and even the story happened. I am so happy to be able to read this story from this amazing author. A few questions that you might want to ask yourself
when you first start reading this book and these questions are. 1. What gives a man the right to beat a female up and 2. what gives a man the right to rape his girlfriend? My answer to both questions it is not right by no means for a man to physical hit a female and it is against all morals to rape a female. If a man think it is alright to hit or rape a female then he deserves to go to jail and get beaten and raped in jail and see how he would feel. I feel for Aria and my heart hurts to know that someone beaten her and raped her.
We are first introduced to Aria, who is a ballet dancer, trying to heal and move on from her abusive past. She is insecure about herself and when it comes to men, there is no way she is going to let her heart or face, be broken again. She feels she must not let anyone have control over her.
“But with Gavin, I know it would be my choice. It would be making love, and that makes me both happy and terrified at the same time.”
Gavin is a billionaire CEO, who knows what betrayal is like. With his own broken past, he isn’t looking for anything special with anyone. When these two meet, wow! Oh wow! But Aria being the insecure and damaged woman she is doesn’t believe everything Gavin says. She can’t even believe her own feelings since they happened so fast. Luckily, Gavin doesn’t give up. Even right from the beginning he tells her how he feels.
"You have such an effect on me. When I’m away from you, all I think about are your emerald green eyes and soft, vibrant smile . I want to be with you in every way possible . I don’t want you to do this with anyone else, just me."
This story was an easy to read and easy to follow story. There was a lot of sex, not too graphic though. I really love how open these two were with each other. I also loved when they were patient with each other. They truly did bring out the best in each other. I love how Gavin was alpha-ish. He wasn’t giving up on Aria but he wasn’t over the top demanding either.
While Amanda Kaitlyn is a new to me author, she apparently knows what she is doing!
I had high hopes for this book. It expected a lot of drama, hot sex, and fierce love. The author definitely jumps into the love between these two instantly. They build a life of trust and love easily. A little too easily. I felt the author could have built the love a little more instead of creating an insta-love. I'm not sure a girl who was severely beaten and low self esteem would fall so easily into a relationship and love even in the best of circumstances. I liked the characters but I felt there was too much sweetness to them. It didn't seem natural. Like the author tried to hard to show their love and affection. Some of the time line jumped around. I felt like she either said one time frame then changed it. Or went from one scene to another without a slight pause or intro to it. There was also a lot of repetitive words and phrases to describe scenes.
I did however, love the idea of the story and the issues they had. An ex willing to go as far as needed to scare and take back what's his. Insecurities all women feel, and heartbreak that can be related too in some way. And even though the love between these two was too sweet, I did like that they each loved each other with respect and honesty.