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Kian by [Tijan]
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“Tijan writes with such heart and clarity.” – Debra Anastasia, bestselling author of Poughkeepsie series

About the Author

Tijan didn't start writing till later in life. She's hoping she's doing it right, and if not, she'll continue to keep trying! She is the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal best selling author of various romances in different genres, which include series and stand alones. She has an English Cocker that she absolutely adores, a man she couldn't be without, and this insatiable need to keep writing the words, all the words!

Product Details

  • File Size: 1307 KB
  • Print Length: 331 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1518661564
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 17, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016TO0AOG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,290 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book was my own fault so I refuse to return it. I read the description and reviews prior to buying and for some reason my brain skipped over the part about the couple basically being a year or two out of high school. So hopefully this review will help others who have no interest in reading about the over-the-top, my-life-is-over drama that comes with a couple maybe in their early twenties.

Boy rescues girl from abusive foster dad, somehow goes to jail for rescuing her (unexplained), girl goes into hiding because of threats, boy is released from jail early because of a "dirty judge" (also unexplained), tracks down the girl and they basically stare at each other and have awkward conversations until they are in love. Throw in constant (and over-done) panic attacks for the heroine, absolutely unhinged roommate/best friend, constant cat fights, lots of drinking, and some weird relationship with a past cheating ex-boyfriend, and you basically have the book.
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By DDC on October 24, 2015
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I want to start by saying I am a huge fan of Tijan, but her recent books have been disappointing. Its starting to feel like she is writing the books too fast and not spending enough time developing both the characters and the plot. There is just no comparison between this book and the early Fallen Crest, B&S 2 or Carter Reed 1. In those books, the character and relationship development was excellent. There was real understandable chemistry between the main characters and the depth to the relationship as it developed. As well, there were numerous supporting characters both friends and family that gave context to the main characters and helped to develop the story. In her last few books, it feels like the stories are thin and are racing to the end. In Kian, there was almost no relationship development at all. There was also little if any backstory to the characters and few supporting characters. In contrast, in Carter Reed, there was a very long and complex history between Emma and Carter that came out over time in the story. In Fallen Crest, there was both complex family relationships that evolved plus Sam and Mason's connection took time to develop. The scenes that show that development are my favorite parts. These elements were just missing from Kian. I felt it needed a lot of re-writing and Tijan rushed this one out. What more, I'm starting to feel like this is a pattern, where recent novels Sustain, Carter Reed 2 and even the latest Fallen Crest books are all starting to feel a bit rushed. If this hadn't been a Tijan novel, I'm not really sure I would have finished it.
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★★★★ 1/2

Another amazing read by Tijan! Kian is the story of a killer (Kian) who is out of prison and trying to redeem himself. Jo (Jordan) is the girl who's life he saved and is in hiding. When these two finally see each other again after two years, things definitely get interesting.

After Kian killed her foster dad and she was made out to be the villian, Jordan went into hiding, changing her looks, identity, and her name to try to live a normal life. She doesn't let people in except the ones that don't ask many questions, which is Erika and Wanker, her roommate and their best friend. When Jo starts seeing news everywhere regarding the release of Kian, she gets distracted and starts to make mistakes. Her friends think she's just being flaky, but she's intrigued by Kian still, but scared of the media trying to find her again.

When Kian shows back up in Jo's life, she's scared, but at the same time, wants to be near him. Her guardian (FBI Agent who helped her hide) Snark warns her to stay away, so she lies when asked and says she doesn't see him. Watching Jordan and Kian start to build a trust with one another, and getting to know one another was pretty awesome. You could tell that Kian was still holding things back from Jordan, but also that he cared for her. Secrets between these two finally come out, and I kept waiting for the shoe to drop and for Kian to say he did something that Jordan wouldn't be able to forgive him for. But instead, I saw Kian in a new light, he may think he's a bad person, but he has a heart of gold and really wanted to help protect Jordan from her pain.

Things between these two are definitely tricky, and once the media finds Jordan, things get even worse. Her friends feel betrayed and the only person she has is Kian.
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OMG this book is soo bad! What happened to Tijan? Should have stopped with fallen crest. Because seriously it feels like she wrote this book in 5 days, tried to overdue everything – I read half the book, then just stopped – when 9 times out of 10 I would read through even when a story is less than stellar. don't waste your time and money
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I read the bad reviews and I should have listened. This book was bad. Instant love, which I can't stand. Secondary characters that had too much dialogue and just overall annoying. It was so bad I read half and skipped to the end. And I hardly ever do that. I'm done with this writer.
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By cynthia on October 24, 2015
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After about a third into the book, I just started skimming. The story was bogged down in inane conversation. There was not a lot of forward action. A teenager might like this story. Will not be reading any other books by this author.
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