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About the Author
- ASIN : B00K7T2CAK
- Publisher : Copper Key Media, LLC (May 8, 2014)
- Publication date : May 8, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1149 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 741 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #716,376 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When Tristan went away for months, it reminded me of that Twilight book where Edward went away for a long time. Twilight was one of my favorite series, I absolutely could not put it down. But thT one book was rather boring where it kept telling how miserable she was without him nSame thing here. The beginning and end were good but not all of it.
I really liked the characters but a couple of other things I didn't really like:
1. The "C" word. I'm no prude. I like erotic novels. I just personally don't think the "C" word is sexy. It's a turn-off for me.
2. When Nina ran away to Venice, I just thought that was stupid. This woman who apparently can't live without Tristan just takes off to another country without a word and won't answer his texts because of something her sister showed her. She didn't even bother to ask him if it were true or to explain what actually happened that scene didn't match up with the character the author had portrayed.
I really I liked the series but by the time book 3 ended, I was thankful it was over.
I like the twists in the book and the surprises here and there. I didn't see a few things coming which kept me interested waiting to see what happened. I was pretty entertained and enjoyed reading it.
loved it - would recommend it - but best to download the whole triology in one go, as once you finish the first book,, you will want to start with the second book and so on. Even if it means you finish one book in the wee hours of the morning and think to yourself i will just read the first chapter of the second book and then call it a night - ha - that wont happen you keep reading
Would recommend without a doubt
Top reviews from other countries
So a chance meeting (or not so-chance meeting)brings Nina into Tristan's life and a proposal that will change her life forever. Now Tristan has an ulterior motive for wanting to meet Nina but that will reveal itself as the story unfolds. Nina is catapulted into Tristan's world of wealth and feels like a fish out of water, not really understanding why Tristan has chosen her over the women in his circle. This comes out quite strongly in the jealousy that Nina feels when Tristan goes out to social events without her.
Tristan can come across as quite cold and restrained in expressing himself but once his upbringing is understood and recent history, you get why he is the way he is. It is through Nina's administrations that he starts to feel more comfortable in expressing himself and his feelings. I loved the letters that he would leave for Nina; they were an insight into a man who is struggling with the concept of love and expressing it in person.
There is plenty of danger that can and will separate them on numerous occasions throughout the trilogy. The danger relates to a secret that Nina's father found out about Stone Worldwide before he was shot and killed. A current board member is set on stopping that secret from coming out at all costs and will stop at nothing to protect it. It is full of sit on the edge of your seat moments, laugh out loud moments and scream at the characters to stop being stupid moments. This frustration you feel with the characters is one of the reasons that you will keep reading, in the hopes that they will learn from them.