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- Publication Date: August 9, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EG8EQA2
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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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And seriously folks, it was like I was reading a different author for me. I was completely enraptured by the characters, and totally engaged with the story. Charley may just be one of my favourite kinds of heroines -- while extremely vulnerable and generally f'd up from her past, she is still one hilarious and sassy smartass. I LOVED her character traits and I thought she was portrayed beautifully. The banter between Charley and Jake (mostly in the past flashbacks) had me just in delight -- right from their first meeting at the bonfire. Now *that* is chemistry. I LOVE when two characters just seem to fit together and you can see what draws them to each other.
I think in the end I was actually more drawn to the flashback story than I was to the present story, and wouldn't have minded even more of that...maybe it was more what I was in the mood for. I just loved the buildup of their relationship and how they almost made it together despite so many obstacles. In the present...well they're both kind of f'd up, kwim? The past has really done a number on them, particularly Charley, and so watching her deal with her feelings could be kind of heartbreaking. Actually no, not just Charley -- Jake is just such a different guy in so many ways. He's almost meek. And while they are still so drawn to each other, it was hard to watch what they were doing by allowing themselves to spend time together despite how unhealthy it was. In the end I found I was somewhat less engaged with that part, and it kind of dragged out a bit longer than I was anticipating... So while I'm interested in where the story is going in the sequel, I'm not sure it will be able to top all that young love magic that we got in the flashbacks in this book.
I also found it really weird how Charley saw Jake as a "bad boy". Was that because of the sleeping around? B/C he really wasn't much of a bad boy otherwise. That kind of confused me.
Great cast of secondary characters in this one. They were all so colourful, and I really enjoyed some of the other friendships that Charley developed, particularly with Lowe. That boy needs a HEA. I'm on the fence with the Claudia/Beck storyline. While I'm interested, it's also been drawn out longer than I was expecting. I do love Claudia and Charley's friendship though, and really love how they are there for each other.
Even if the sequel doesn't live up to this one, I'm so glad I finally found where Ms. Young's strengths lie...well, at least more match up with me anyways. I will definitely have to bug my Partner in Crime to borrow On Dublin Street and find out what all the fuss is about with that series. :)
Jake and Charley's relationship is pretty intense and when that first sighting after three years happens you can feel the emotional turmoil that Charley is in. I am not usually one for flashback books, but I love that every other chapter is looking back and that it seems to go in line with what is happening in the present. The author does an excellent job in keeping you in each time frame.
Love this book.
If you are into the "I don't want you / yes I do" trope (many people are) that goes on for two books, this will be a book for you.
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She makes him work for it. Couldn't put it down.
All the emotions with them.