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- Print Length: 231 pages
- Publisher: A.D. Ellis Publishing (February 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01C0P2CBW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #496,376 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 4 of 4 in Torey Hope- The Later Years (4 Book Series)
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Kendrick's story started out with some things I wasn't expecting & didn't really like. I'm just not into some things & while I understood where they were coming from, from a story/character perspective, still not a fan.
All in all, tho, I loved his story. I loved the way his feelings for Jay (and hers for him) progressed & how he handles certain things - and I did NOT love how he handles some others, but again, understood. It was nice to see the gang again, and to feel like EVERYONE came together to give him the help & support he needed throughout his journey. : )
When this story starts we find Kendrick doing what he does best - drinking and planning his conquest for the night. Much to his surprise this newest conquest comes as a package deal !! Not only do we get to meet the wild and free Jay but Kendrick also gets to fulfill some of his curiosity - it is pretty heated and fun to read about this !! Something about Jay had Kendrick hooked and despite her rules they find themselves getting closer and closer despite neither looking for love. Kendrick is forced to face his family , his past and his fears for the future all at once. As we know this family is amazing so regardless I had hope everything would be fine. Of course Jay fit right in and their future plans had both Jay and Kendrick reaching for goals they ever thought they would have. Sadly in Torey Hope we always have some heartache and devastation before we get that amazing HEA. Will Kendrick overcome his problems or will he leave Jay alone as so many others have done ??Read more ›
In the Later Years part of the series, we have had the pleasure of hearing the struggles of six cousins, each sharing their story, which many of us can relate to, having either shared a similar trouble, or that we have a special person in our lives that have experienced something close to it, and Kendrick is certainly no different in that sense.
What are the chances of finding the person you may want to spend the rest of your life with, not only in a bar, but with someone else and looking for a little “extra” fun for the night? And of course, as the saying goes, you may stumble upon love when you least expect it, and maybe even when you don’t want it.
Jay isn’t looking for a serious relationship. She’s quite happy having a “friend with sexy benefits” and even the odd addition, but only as a temporary thing. She’s never known what love of a family feels like, and thinks she can live quite well without that pretence….that is, until she meets Kendrick. Then all hell breaks loose and the bottom of that plan falls to pieces. Kendrick has accepted Jay’s rules of “temporary” weekend fling…for now. He knows she is his future, but has to buy time to be able to convince her.
This book is a must read, as we follow Kendrick and Jay as they travel the very rough road to their happy ever after.Read more ›
A. D. Ellis did an amazing job with the final book in her series! The main male character Kendrick is a dirty talker, funny, and tries to hide a deep pain in his heart. When he meets Jaymison he goes after what he wants and doesn't back down on letting her know he wants her for his future. He has vulnerabilities and struggles that could ruin his desired future with Jay.
Jay protects her heart and hides her past from those around her. Feelings change and she has to decide if the words, and current actions can be trusted enough to allow her heart and feelings to be shared with others. She is stronger than she realizes and fights for what she truly desires with the help of secondary characters Jay may have the future she never had allowed herself to dream of.
The secondary characters including Kendrick's entire family are complex and entertaining for the reader. It is not all happy go lucky and not all dark and dismal. Kendrick: Torey Hope, The Later Years provides a wide range of emotional issues for the characters and thereby the reader. Ellis brings psychological issues to the front along with options for dealing with those issues and the possible results based on those decisions. This not only provides for a great read, but an insight for the reader while being entertained.
I am giving Kendrick: Torey Hope, The Later years a 4.7 star rating. I would be happy to recommend this book to friends and read it again and again. I know this is the last book in this series yet I am hoping A. D. Ellis can bring it for her next creation as well as if not better than her Torey Hope, The Later Years!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kendrick Jordan seems to have it all: a loving, supportive family, wonderful friends and a promising career at the family Center. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christina Rhoads
This book picks Kendricks story up where book one left off. We get the rest of the picture of the drugs, other women, his girlfriend suicide and his baby's death. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cyndi
The Torey Hope Series is one of my favorites. There are eight in all. Every one of them is special in its own way. Kendrick is the last. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lulubell
This book was not what I expected. It started and ended in a manner I never thought it would. That said it was a little difficult for me to get into the book, probably because I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Aarati
Of all the books in this series this one is my favorite. For me, this book was so much more relatable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ashley
Kendrick and Jay meet during troubled times for both of them. Neither of them are looking for love or anything but both are running away from life in general. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LovetoRead
After reading A.D. Ellis' ZACH from the Torey Hope series, I jumped at the chance to read KENDRICK when the book was released.
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Good ending to the series! Very surprised how dark this one was but it was a great read.
Kendrick was one of my favorites and his road was long and hard. Glad to see a HEA.
I absolutly loved this book. I think that it was my favorite one of the Torey Hope: The Later Years books, and that is saying something as they are all great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Julie Engle