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- ASIN : B00GWNJK14
- Publication date : November 24, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 725 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 277 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #723,436 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I like that the author added Colin's perspective, but he was as depressing as Caroline. I know this is supposed to be a love story, and I suppose it is in some ways. But I can't understand why these two are together. More over, why Caroline dealt with the fact that Colin put his ex up in a house, paid for her education and car. So what if he felt responsible for something that happened when they were 18, especially when it wasn't really his fault! His secrets would've been enough to make me walk away, especially when I walk in to my home and find her there. Uh... Nope. Final straw for me.
So far all I see is two toxic people spreading poison to each others life. I enjoy the books but I'm kind of hoping the next book is a happier one. Because so far I'm struggling to understand why they even got married to begin with. Sure I'm rooting for them, but I liked them more when they were in college. The two of them as adults are much more childish.
I guess if this is painting the life of an ordinary woman with a famous man, it's painting it in a very bad light.
I know this sounds like a bad review with a good star rating, but it's not really a review.
I like the series so far, enough to give it a 4 star rating. The review is more a rant about the characters that have become sorta real to me. So the author pulled me in emotionally. Separately, I love both Caroline and Colin. Together, I need to see more affirmations of love besides sex. That's the only time they seem happy, and even sometimes the sex is angry. I need more normal clothed moments with them to really think they belong together. Sex doesn't substantiate a relationship/marriage.
So I hope to get that from the final book.
I have to say I really am ducked in and once again annoyed that I have to wait months to know what happens!!!
The story, I love it! It makes you feel like you have been dragged through the mud and then bathed in kisses to be tossed back in the mud a few more times!
I love book one it sucks you in, book two so-so; I get we need to see they are flawed but it is a bit drawn out it could have been added to book one or three. I was starting to not like them... Almost 😉
By book three you think finally we are getting somewhere???... Maybe...
If it sounds like torture well it is because Colin & Charlie are but you love them and root for them!
I feel like I know them and you will want to as well. I gave it four stars because after three books you are still strung along and editing for something good to happen, please God, I feel she got wrapped in her story and lost track of time I just hope book four is a conclusion and gives us all some peace!
That said, weird I know it really is a good story I recommend it!
Steamy three stars you feel the love but not lots of detail.
This book is still as intense as the previous books in this series. I'm attracted to the Colin character, yet so glad I'm not married to someone who's a celebrity. This book really depicts all the cons of being a couple living under the spotlight. I almost wanted to read books 1 & 2 again before I started Finding Infinity, just to refresh my memory. But I couldn't deny myself any longer, knowing their story continues and it's just within reach! I'm looking forward to the next book. Colin and Charlie feel like someone I know intimately by now. I really want to see a happy ending for them. The only thing I want to critique is the typos scattered throughout. Sometimes there are extra words in a sentence. It's really unfortunate to find these petty mistakes to take away the awesomeness of the story.
This book will have you shaking your head at Colin's high handed tactics and laughing at some of his antics but applauding his protectiveness about Charlie. Loved his reaction to the comedian at The Espy Awards! I wonder all the time why we think we should be privy to the private lives of those who are playing the game that we love, making a movie we couldn't wait to see or creating the next page turning chart topper. We have no more right to their lives than they would to ours. This book especially gave a painful glimpse into just how awful it could be.
Even with his idiotic decisions, I am enthralled with Colin and LOVE his level of devotion to Charlie. It's nice seeing the world from his perspective. They waited eight years to find each other and while it's not all smooth sailing, it makes their love that much stronger. I can't wait to see if they get very bit of happiness that they deserve.