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- Print Length: 188 pages
- Publisher: Tri Destiny Publishing; 4 edition (January 24, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 24, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0071MH634
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Floor Time (Stewart Realty Book 1) Kindle Edition
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First off, I didn't like how the main characters of this story didn't know what they wanted. The main male character acted like a playboy, never settling down, despite the internal conflict raging in his mind about Sara and his growing feelings for her. I'm sorry, but if you really cared about someone, you wouldn't keep sleeping with other women or flirting with them when you promised that special girl that she could trust you. I wanted to love his character, but even I didn't trust him!
Sara wasn't so innocent in this as well. She keep having "feelings" for her co-worker, who she barely knows, and kept playing with his feelings because she didn't know what she wanted and at the same time wanted to hurt Jack. I thought that was unfair to her co-worker, who was nothing but kind to her, and it was also juvenile.
At the end of this book, which ended a bit too predictably for my taste, I didn't care if they ended up together or not! They could have each other because they both appear to like misery and misery likes company.
I wished so badly that both characters would have opened their eyes and realized that their chemistry was worth all the fear in the world. That if they only communicated, and stop acting like children, running from all their problems, that they could of had something really special.
Although this book wasn't my cup of tea, I do think you should read this book for yourself and make up your own opinion about it. No two readers read the same book and who knows. You might love this book even if I didn't.
There was also very very light BDSM in it- I was expecting a little bit more based on the blurbs.
As for the mechanics of the narrative- while I do enjoy Liz Crowe's writing style- it is very fluid and brings a sense of realism to the book, the time jumps and a few sloppy transitions definitely mess with the pacing and make it a tad confusing at time.
SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!!! Below I talk about one specific scene in this book that does not really change anything (part of the issue I have with it) but I do go into some detail. Fair warning all.
The other thing that bothered me was that the "attack" on Sara was completely unnecessary for this story. There was virtually no fallout from it, it did not effect any of her interpersonal relationships at all, and was there simply so Craig could "rescue" her. A fender-bender on a dark and stormy night or a break-in would have accomplished almost the exact same thing. I don't have problems with assault story lines if they are going to be served well...it is a very real issue that gets swept under the rug far too often but it deserves way more attention than it got in this book. There was no point to it, and using it as a way to make a comparison between 2 men was cheap. Pretty much from this point on this book was going to have to work really hard to be a good read for me. It did not succeed.
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