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- Print Length: 306 pages
- Publication Date: March 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00U647UKS
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"Wow!I thought I was in love with the first book, so I'm over the moon on this one!"~Amazon reviewer
"Iam so in love with this book that I feel emotional because it's over."~Goodreads reviewer
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I'm more angry about the hundreds of fibbers with their glowing reviews, too. How dare you lead me on and into thinking I'm in for a great time when the opposite it true?
The story is dull, I didn't feel like I was in Alaska AT ALL, the romance wasn't there, and the anti-climactic ending was laughable.
THIS is a whole lot of telling and very little showing as far as I'm concerned, including an embarrassing 'education' lesson from the author about how not to approach a moose in the wild. Sheesh, what cringe!
And, as so many Contemporary Romance tend to be written today, just because he's hot and she's pretty (or worse, CUTE) doesn't equate to insta-love! How shallow must one be to think that way? And, how stupid does one need to be to not realize it is lust and not love? Falling 'in love' within seconds of meeting is beyond ridiculous even for a fictional romance novel.
I won't be recommending this or reading anymore Croix novels, sad to admit, and shame on everyone who lied and said this is outstanding, a work of art, the best thing written to date, and worth 5 stars.
Her mother is great! I really liked her. She has good insight and loves her daughter. She encourages her to just let herself go and have some fun. so she does and the affair quickly develops into something more. However, she leaves for S.C. when the vacation is over and Nathan stays in Alaska.
Once she gets back home the ex gives her a call and things start to explode around her. Lots of drama and angst. Some she brings on herself to my way of thinking, but it is part of the story. There are some hot sexy scenes so get your a/c cranked down!! They get to their HEA but it does take a bit of pushing. It is a good story and I found it very entertaining. I love the descriptive parts about Alaska. It really sounds like a beautiful place and it makes you want to visit there. A bit too cold for this Florida gal, but still, would love to go in the summer and see some of the sights described in the story. I would definitely recommend the book.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is just my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.
There is very little profanity if any in the book which I appreciate. There is some sexually explicit dialogue in the book but it is minimal and does not add or take away from the telling of the story. It would be a very good read without it. It is really unnecessary to the telling of the story.
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But - why oh why, do female protagonists lose every single brain cell when meeting a nice looking charming man? And what's with that constant winking of the male protagonist? Seriously, is that an American thing and quite normal? Winking at a woman you don't know here would make you chauvinistic and over confident in your "manly powers", and not be a means of flirting.
But okay, once Tess found her brain cells again, the story progressed at a nice pace, the good people were good, the bad ex-friend was sufficiently stupid and sleazy, and his and her family and friends slightly over-stereotyped, but amusing.
So all in all a nice book which I enjoyed reading.
Nathan is a great character and is the quintessential sexy alpha outdoors guy. Between him and the sexy scenes, it was enough to keep me reading.
There are also numerous editing mistakes in this book which got annoying after a while.
After a long time, I read an HEA novel and loved it except for the fact that the scenes were stretched way too much and the pace was a bit slow.
But she is a tourist, only there for a few weeks, so there can't be a future for them, can there?
A holiday fling that neither were looking for turns into a whole lot more. Enough twists to keep you hooked mainly set in beautiful Alaska.
I wonderful read.