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Irreplaceable (Harmony Book 2) by [Graham, Angela]
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"A True Page Turner. Raw and Emotional. Couldn't put it down." -Kiss and Tell Reviews  

About the Author

Angela Graham is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author of the Harmony Series. She also co-writes erotic quickies with friend S.E. Hall.

Angela lives in Tipp City, Ohio with her three rowdy children and a beautiful feline companion that keeps her company during late night writing binges.

Her love of reading has been life long but it was in early 2012 when she was inspired to finally put pen to paper and write her first story. Since then she haven't been able to stop, fueled purely by her passion to write and create characters that readers can connect with.

Product Details

  • File Size: 718 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sweetheart Press (September 18, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 18, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FA91F7I
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,919 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It truly pains me to write this review. I read Inevitable by Angela Graham and loved it! My only complaint was that the readers were not made aware that there would be another book, thus the CLIFFHANGER. I still wrote a great review and anxiously awaited the next book, the conclusion. This author was now on my "follow" list to see what she came out with in the future :)

Book 2, Irreplaceable (Harmony), was not what I expected. Let me explain:

First, we (the readers) were informed by Mrs. Graham that the series would now be a trilogy. I had Sylvia Day and the Crossfire Trilogy turned five books flashbacks! Mrs. Graham, although she did not owe the readers an explanation, kindly let the readers know that she felt there was more to Cassandra and Logan's story that could not be told in just two books. She struggled with this decision and this is her story to tell. I understood and respected this and, based on the quality of her first book, trusted her judgment. If quantity was going to bring the readers better quality, I was fine with that. However, this book seemed like filler. There was a great deal of unnecessary and unimportant information. Things became repetitive and boring, not to mention predictable. I skipped sections. I honestly think the second book could have and should have been the conclusion.

Second, there were spelling and grammatical errors. How many? I do not recall but there was enough for me to notice. I do not recall these types of errors in the first book and certainly did not expect them in this book.

Third, Cassandra's character. This book should be renamed the Deconstruction of Cassandra. I adored Cassandra's character in the first book.
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I loved the first book, so it pains me to only give this 3 stars but...

**SPOILERS**

1. One of the reasons I enjoyed the first book so much was because Cassie was a strong female lead; she made a decision and kept with it. However, in this book she is constantly going back and forth.

2. The characters weren't true to themselves. For example, Logan is around for a few weeks doing nice gestures for Cassie, but she won't give in to him. Okay, makes sense...until the day she decides to give in and take things to the next level is when she finds out he had a threesome a week ago?! Not only was that weird, but it doesn't make sense. For a year she hated Mark and wouldn't talk to him because he had sex with a different girl (don't blame her!) but yet, she finds that Logan had a threesome and she wants to jump his bones??? I am still so confused at how that didn't upset her at all. I am sure many people would say "They weren't going out" but to me, if a guy is claiming you're the love of his life and he will never want anyone again, then he shouldn't run off after only 2 weeks and hook up with someone else regardless of the situation. Why did he even take their phone numbers? Oh, and the kicker was he said "I'm a man, Cassandra. I have needs." That statement made Logan drop considerably in my eyes.

3. If I wouldn't have read the first book I would have never known Logan was a father. Seriously, everyone seems to take care of Oliver except for him. He is a single parent but yet has all the time in the world to go to the bar, into the city, play poker, and visit Cassie. Oliver wasn't in this book very much and I missed him.

4. Logan: I adored him in the first book.
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By andrewsheath on September 19, 2013
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The book starts off right where the last one ended and to say Cassie has some ill feelings towards Logan would be putting it mildly, "of course. Why would he bring his son home earlier if he had poker games to play and sympathy money to hand out?" Logan I have to give the guy props, I mean he's still protective, "stalking toward the bed, he towered over me with a hard expression. "No, what I have a problem with is that guy thinking he's going to help you shower." I mean he's still a looker, "he was there, standing directly in front of me, not only shirtless but wearing loose, light-wash jeans that hung low and were unbuttoned." I mean he's still possessive but I think it's mostly the protectiveness that's coming out of him, "hey, Cassie, you might want to tell Mark to head out for the night because I have three guys holding Logan back, and I'm not sure how much longer they can manage." To him he thinks everything is a challenge like it's a game to get back in Cassie's good graces, "interesting. I'll accept that challenge, sweetheart - not that the boy presents one." And when Cassie falls on hard times and doesn't accept Logan's offerings he gets all pi**y I mean seriously the woman does have some damn pride left, "twenty dollars? Tell me you did not just say twenty dollars!" he all but roared. "Why the hell didn't you tell me sooner? Huh?" Although there wasn't a cliffhanger you could tell that Logan and Cassie still have a long road ahead of them and that road being Natasha.
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Book one was good enough for me purchase the second book. I wish I would not have bothered. I cannot for the life of me understand why any author would spend time writing 300 pages of the same stupid "oh me oh my, I can't bear to trust him again." This book was unbelievably boring. I will not be reading the third installment. I think the point of a good book is to have a plot and an ending. This book could have been written better, to finish it in one book instead of dragging out the same old, same old thought process...there was not enough of a story to make two books let alone three. Not even close.The characters wanted to make me gag after the 20 the page of the second book. Wordiness is not always a good thing. I can't imagine anyone actually loving this book. Makes me wonder why.
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