- File Size: 385 KB
- Print Length: 168 pages
- Publication Date: March 9, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UIDZVYY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,292 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Now, what bothered me. Serious, buy these people some Kleenex because everyone, females, cries if the wind blows. That drives me insane. Secondly, they need to invest in gags or muffle because, really, all the screaming during sex.
Biggest issue.....the whole miscarriage issue with the crazy ex-hookup chick. I don't even know what to call that....but I think I coined my own new term.....drama fodder. The definition being....."that pesky 'rediculous' situation, person, behavior, etc., used to drive plot conflict which is unbelievable over reaction to connect a reader to the story conflict and eventually causes the storyline to lose some GRIP ON REALITY, thereby causing the reader to just blow off the angst as just a bunch of silly thoughts that add meaningless chapters to a book because it is so 'unbelievably ridiculous' that it causes the reader to have eye rolling marathons leading to headaches.....okay, I'm getting silly here, but really....do you see where I'm going with this?
I get that writers have to come up with conflict for novels or the plot stagnated. I'm a creative writing teacher for 24 years. I teach this stuff DAILY to high school and college students. I NEVER hesitate to call out the NEED for "imaginative believable conflict." Even in fiction, the conflicting plot drivers have to be supported realistically by behavior, dialogue, etc., or guess what....readers roll eyes (not in a good way) and writers really don't want bad eye rolls...just trust me on this because it cost a good story a star.
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I like the main characters and the supporting cast in this story. Be aware that there is a HFN in this book and the couple continues into a second book so there is a small cliffhanger as life continues for the couple after they get their HFN.
The book opens with the heroine who has been in love with the H, her brother’s best friend, since she was 12. She attacked him with a kiss at 15 that shook him (he was 18) to the core just before he left for college.
The book continues to her high school grad night. She was 18 and just graduated from high school when the H showed up with a pregnant OW on her grad night. She learns that they are engaged. She is heart-broken and leaves for college with her best friend.
The story really begins here since most of the above is covered in a chapter or two. She is now a sophomore and she has been avoiding the text messages and calls from the H asking to talk to her. He knows that she has been avoiding him and effectively traps her on her flight home for the holidays to get her to listen to him. He reveals the story behind the pregnant OW and how he was the only one that did not realize how much he cared for her until she was gone. The rest of the story follows the H’s efforts on winning her heart and trust in them as a couple. He was one possessive and jealous hero and he pretty much wore his heart on his sleeve once he realized the depth of his feelings for her. He was my kind of hero. The H’s best friend and brother round out the cast. The best friend is a hoot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is not my cup is tea. It seems written for a very young audience. Bryce and Devon do not have what I would say is a healthy relationship.Published 3 days ago by Lectora
Definitely loved this story. Would read again. Bryce was such a great character and so easy to fall in love with. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NRMc
Amazing.....loved it, couldn't put it down wanted it to never end.....Published 3 months ago by Janette Brown
I thought this was a cute little Young Adult love story. There wasn't much of a plot and I feel like Devin and Bryce jumped into things way too quick, but things happen like that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Melissa
I rarely give 5 star reviews but both "Finding Our Way" part 1 and "Staying the Course" part 2 were so well written and thought out. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cee
I wasn't able to read this quickly due to pressing time constraints, but each time I came back to it, I wasn't disappointed. The story held my interest.Published 5 months ago by Carol Henrichs
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