- File Size: 1205 KB
- Print Length: 508 pages
- Publisher: Nicole Edwards Limited (January 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019TKMF9K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,902 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This story is so tender and sweet. To see these two wonderful people slogging through the baggage they carry in order to see that they ARE worth something. It’s hard for me to explain what I mean by that. I just feel that Presley has so many friends that really love her and think she’s great. It’s not something they run around shouting from the rooftops, but it’s apparent in all of their actions. But she can’t see that because deep down inside she doesn’t believe that. To a certain extent, the same can be said for Jake. Both of them hold a bit of themselves back because they don’t want to bring the other one down, when everyone else around them knows they’re both beautiful inside and out and can only bring that beauty out in each other.
I wasn’t particularly happy with Gil and Gavin (especially Gil) because I felt they were disrespectful to Presley in how they went about their sex lives. In every other way they obviously love and care about her, but I don’t think it’s too much to ask for them to go to their bedrooms! I think these aspects of the story show how Presley doesn’t really assert herself to the extent that she should in fear of being left; that fear that she’s not important enough.
I would have loved to see more of Jake’s niece Abby. From the little we get to see them together it’s obvious they are important to each other. The way Jake grew up and his relationships with his mom, sister, and niece are all things that shaped him but weren’t touched on as much as Presley personal life was delved into. It didn’t hurt the story, it’s just an observation I have.
I want to note one thing that I was so glad was included. There is an observation in the shower about the height difference and the logistics. Thank you!!! I never understand how shower scenes work if you have a regular size standard bath/shower. I always wondered if it’s because I’m 5’2” with a husband over 6 feet tall or if every shower we ever had was smaller and more slippery than normal, lol.
I thoroughly enjoyed Unexpected, Jake’s book within this book. I loved the snippets we saw as he was writing so was looking forward to see it all put together. It’s about 65 pages long, so it’s a short story really. You get most of the story from Jake’s writing along the way but it’s great to see it what was added to round out the story. The epilogue alone is worth reading the story. It was awesome! I think by the end I was almost as invested in Kora and Donovan as I had been in Presley and Donovan.
The style of this book was definitely unique and really showed Nicole Edwards’ writing chops. I’ve enjoyed all of her work so far, but this put a fun spin on things.
So I am not writing a book report. You have probably read the book blurb and have read your fair share of reviews on this book. What I can say is that I loved it! I didn't have the time to block out time to sit and read the book in one go, so it seemed like it took me forever to read it. Sometimes I only got to read a chapter at a time. With a book being written inside another book, it got interesting LOL.
Presley is a woman that I wish we all could be. She is so sure of herself and doesn't care what others think of her tattoos and piercings. She is comfortable in her own skin. I think that is so important for the women of today to know how to feel.
Jack the bad boy writer that can write sex scenes that will set your panties on fire. I love that he knows what he wants and goes for it. In this case Presley.
The sex scenes (in both the books) are out of this world! I have gotten used to M/F/M scenes from Nicole, so this was a nice twist. I wonder with Nicole writing as Jacob Wild if this will be another pen name for her LOL. I was really impressed that Nicole can write from the man's point of view so easily (or she just makes it look that easy.)
This book is a book within a book. YES you will have to read the book to get both books LOL.
Jake or Jacob Wild is an published author who seems to have writers block. He sees this amazing girl in a coffee shop he can't get off his mind. Could she possibly help him over his block IF he could find her again?
Presley Abrams tattoo artist and owner of Different by Design Tattoo shop. Pres has lost her ability to come up with her own art designs about a year before so now she is only tattoo'ng stock work. She needs to get her inspiration back quickly because she wants to enter an art contest but so far she was not inspired to create anything. Pres sees this hottie at the coffee shop writing in a journal ...well all he wrote was one phrase.... Could he be her answer?
This book not only showed me the inter working of an author as they go about writing a book...the ups and downs, ins and outs. It shows us how things in life come from unexpected places and we just need to be open to them.
This is one book that I highly recommend for everyone to ONE CLICK and read.
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I loved the way it was written, I adored the characters, and I loved the story within the story.Read more
I have read many of Nicole Edwards books before and loved them, this one is no exception.Read more