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- ASIN : B00S71GWL0
- Publication date : January 12, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 606 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 373 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #867,446 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Edit on 8/20th: I found him! Reider Robert is Prince Stephen's cover model.
I have so much issues on this series that I stopped reading book 6 at 70% to get my dinner (ha! didn't realize dinner was 4 hours ago) because I didn't think my kindle can survive the abuse anymore, gosh! But then I want to know if I could guess anything that would happen in any of the events that transpired through out the series, (well yeah, some I guess correctly) so I yield and I am not disappointed.
I didn't like Kelsey and I didn't like Stephen until book 6. I smirked and lifted my eyebrows at Kelsey (22y/o) when she was thinking that she had a better chance of fulfillment or happiness from getting between Tracy and Michael's marriage than giving a relationship with Stephen a chance, whatever it may be. And she was Catholic who confesses her sins regularly. I wanted to shake her and wake up because she let people used her, act like she was not a smart lawyer but like a teenager who is in heat with every hot guy she meets and let them kiss her or grope her. I think she hasn't grown up yet. Stephen on the other hand was a 28 year old ar$ehole prince who use women in daily basis, post the act online and never think about them again. He was surrounded by relatives, family to the crown or royalty by blood who were just like him, they're family of cr@zy, complicated people. But I think Stephen's family is asking too much of him, I feel sorry for him and you'll understand why in book 6. And no, I don't want to be a royal contrary to the AN above.
Another one of my issue was the sex scenes, well until book 6. I was rolling my eyes every time they try to have s&x and something or another come between them or the situation, I felt like it was overplayed. The virginity issue was so overdone for me that when it was revealed for everyone to know I didn't expect it to be just casual like. But that was just the beauty of a book, you don't expect something major or simple to happen differently, that's what a book makes it a must read and this series is one of them. Oh yeah, one review said something about characters, there are too many and you might want a notepad and pen handy to keep track of everyone. But lucky for me I can keep up with Ms.Kari, (no need for me to draw a diagram or family tree) the characters are not a problem for me, I remember them all and never mixed them up with who is who, (Yay!) in fact one time I was looking for a missing character and wondered what he was doing while a scene is taking place.
The series is full of mystery that will intrigue you to the end and pull out emotions in you that you thought are dormant after reading a good book ages ago. I was emotionally involved that when my son asked me while in book 4 what was for dinner, I handed him a take out menu and shooed him out, oh how rude was I? (Well, I don't understand why the husband and the son wants my attention all the time when all I want is to read!) So if you're like me who read reviews in every book of a series before deciding to read it I say give the series a chance, you wont regret it. You'll love and hate them and shake your head sometimes, roll your eyes maybe, and call some characters mean words. (I told you they're ins@ne people.) I have.
Four shinning stars because of some grammar typos, but can be ignored if you're not a spelling bee champion. Eh? Oh, you know what I mean.
Author: Kari Nelson
Source: Received as a gift for an honest review
There are still hashtags, no lyrics, and Kari still has a flare with her characters. It was a pleasure to read, and this one is much better than book 3, though the title of the book is misleading. I thought that not only will Kelsey will find out about the death of Stephen's first love (which she does find out), but also learns and remembers (which she does not) about her being part angel. It's sooo annoying that her blonde hair made her stupid and oblivious. She doesn't even figure out that Stephen knows about her love for Michael, whom I actually dislike from the very beginning.
Kelsey is also worse than that talkative girl on the plane who was falling or a guy named Ty. Kelsey allows Stephen to do to her so much and yet forgives him. She doesn't want to love him, but she wants him to forget about Nic. Kelsey is full of it and she needs to finally take a side on who she wants. This is book 4 and it's been weeks since the beginning of the story and she's still not listening to sanity of her father and others about Michael. Blonde to the max! Though we did see more of Landon.
There is a note that I would like to add. Is she a lawyer or a paintball game competitor? It's starting to feel that the internship is nothing but nonsense and I'm not understand how it helps the story. It's like, yes Tag and the others are fun characters to have a round, but it doesn't feel serious enough. I could be wrong because I'm not a lawyer, but it does feel weird reading the pages when it's about the internship. It's like the internship is the Royal's form of reality TV, was created for entertainment only.
I still recommend for the readers of this series to continue reading because the next novels can pick up or answer the important question: When does she decide to listen to her mother's voice and try to fly?