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Finding Home Again (Catalina Cove Book 3) Kindle Edition
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"Jackson was the first African-American author to make both the New York Times and USA Today romance bestsellers list. And after twenty years in the business, books like Love in Catalina Cove prove that she's still a prevailing force in romance." -BookPage
"Jackson again straddles the fine line of romance and suspense with skill." -RT Book Reviews on Seized by Seduction
"Jackson's deft plotting and effective red herrings keep the suspense high as her multidimensional characters command the reader's attention...The only flaw of this first-rate, satisfying sexy tale is that it ends." -Publishers Weekly on Forged in Desire (starred review)
"Leave it to Jackson to take sizzle and honor, wrap it in romance and come up with a first-rate tale." -RT Book Reviews on Temptation
"Brenda Jackson is the queen of newly discovered love... If there's one thing Jackson knows how to do, it's how to pluck those heartstrings and stir up some seriously saucy drama." -BookPage on Inseparable
"Welcome to another memorable family tree created by the indomitable Brenda Jackson, a romantic at heart." -USA TODAY on A Brother's Honor
"[Jackson] proves once again that she rocks when it comes to crafting family drama with a healthy dose of humor and steamy, sweaty sex. Here's another winner." -RT Book Reviews on A Brother's Honor, 4½ stars, Top Pick
"This deliciously sensual romance ramps up the emotional stakes and the action.... [S]exy and sizzling." -Library Journal on Intimate Seduction
"Jackson does not disappoint...first-class page-turner." -RT Book Reviews on A Silken Thread, 4½ stars, Top Pick --This text refers to the mass_market edition.
About the Author
- File Size : 1372 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : October 29, 2019
- Publisher : HQN Books; Original Edition (October 29, 2019)
- ASIN : B07L6HNMYR
- Print Length : 276 pages
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #47,890 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The characters lack individuality and personality. All of the men are exactly the same. "Fiercely male" (which is a code word for misogynistic) and hoes while all the women stay untouched, pine over them and refuse to go out and find men who could love them because this ONE man is it. That might've worked in the 1990s. But in 2020? I think NOT! Lol The author is stuck in a different time period, and her characters don't relate to the Black women of today.
The writing is also lazy and remedial. There are moments when she doesn't even share pivotal moments that the characters had with us nor do we get to experience the characters speak in such moments. She just writes what happens in a 5 sentence daydream recap so that she doesn't have to go through the work of having her characters do it. It's lazy and took me completely out of the book. It's like having a narrator who doesn't care enough.
There's also no real conflict in this book AT ALL, so there really isn't even a climax. He thought she cheated, so for 10 years he hated her for it and she hated him for not trusting her. Sound familiar? Because that is definitely the exact same situation between Trevor and Regina's parents in Fire and Desire. And then some random man she doesn't know kidnaps her. I died laughing as soon as he poked her with the chloroform needle. Lol! It made no sense. It was so absurd. It also happens in so many of her books, and I'm over it.
And if I read the word "brazen" ONE MORE TIME!!
This book moved at a steady pace and that was fine by me. I knew that things were going to turn around for them in the end. Moreover, The rift that brought them apart, first, I thought about some funny reasons that they broke up and I told myself that it was not important about why they broke up because I could have said some bad things and I did not want to go there. What will bring them back together is what I wanted answered. Bryce was very cautious and questioned a lot when it came to Kaegan. She had to make sure everything was in the up and up. The new relationship is what I felt with them. When reading Bryce's inner personal thoughts and feelings; she needed a newness and freshness from Kaegan. They cannot recapture what they lost. Overall, I enjoyed reading this book and I feel that I gotten what I needed from all three books.
Bryce and Kaegan’s story started 10 years ago when they were very young adults. Their story is the third story of the Catalina Cove series and it didn’t disappoint. The two ex lovers, ex friends appeared in the two previous books briefly and their loathing for each other was clear but the reasoning for the hate hate relationship was unclear. Kaegan thought he saw Bryce with another man the night he came back to the Cove to propose to a young Bryce. He was being fed information from his now deceased father letting him know Bryce was seeing another man. 10 years later Kaegan and Bryce were sworn enemies, Kaegan because of Bryce’s alleged betrayal and Bryce because of Kaegans accusations and willingness to believe the worst of her had them at a deadlock and standstill. Kaegan learns of Bryce’s true intentions with a friend that turned out to have been gay the entire time. Kaegan is determined to reclaim his lost love and make Bryce his again! This story was beautiful and really showed that communication and trust are the best things to have in a relationship. Even if you think you saw something maybe a simple conversation and trusting the person you are with to be honest with you could’ve changed the outcome. Kaegan had to learn to trust and communicate with Bryce. He learned his lesson and always practiced being upfront with her about what he wanted and even what he had with other women. He wanted to show Bryce that he had grown into a man who would always be straight with her. I loved the patience Kaegan gave Bryce he knew he’d hurt her deeply and wanted to give her the time she needed to realize what she wanted. The suspense of figuring out who was the hater on their relationship was fun I did think that her tire going flat was a set up by Jeremy Skinner but I also thought Kaegan’s tire may have been slashed by the woman who was trying to get his attention. Bryce and Kaegan’s story was sweet and endearing. Brenda Jackson never disappoints when you need a pick me up romance.