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The Last Boyfriend (Forever Love, #1) Kindle Edition
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It was not hard reading by any means, but it was also not an elementary level book. Be prepared for some love scenes. But honestly, sometimes they do add to the storyline, right?
I hope to either purchase more in this series (if there is one) or get the author motivated to write more! Not that this was left with just a cliffhanger or anything, I have just loved how the storyline was developed, and would love to know where this could head into the future. Knowing how the characters have developed, interacted, and have grown leaves me with a lot of hope for more. I always love series/ books where there is a spin- off into a similar setting, but with acquaintances that the characters had, or will have.
Overall, this is a great value and I would highly recommend it. It is a great value for the price, and it simply cannot be beat! I will be purchasing more from this author in the future, and look forward to new releases.
I don't understand how this book has been penned as "swoon worthy" and gotten so many 5 star ratings. Never, in the entirety of the book, could I connect emotionally with the characters. And believe me, I truly attempted to. I had to force myself to be convinced that their "love story" made sense, but it just wasn't the case.
The plot was somewhat choppy to me? Maybe if more time was taken into developing their relationship I would have found it to be more convincing? But Zane was too schizophrenic to develop a connection with his character. I did like Lucky. She's your average stupid in love girl and I felt like I got to know her very well but the hero just didn't sit well with me. I do not feel like I got to know him at all. Unfortunately, I seemed to appreciate Braydon's character more *SPOILER ALERT* [drug dealer or not].
I couldn't even connect with the sex scenes because I was so confused by the pace of the plot. Let's not get started on the rushed ending and the randomly spurt "I love you's" that were exchanged. This had the potential to be a good novel but it simply fell short. Which also happened with "Rhett."
But alas, I paid $0.00 to read this book so it passed the time. I won't be reading the second or third.
I will say that I appreciated the historical references and the characters' appreciation for literature. I think my favorite part of the story was when the main characters interviewed the elderly black couple... And that's saying a lot (cause it had little to do with the plot development of the love story between hero and heroine).
I'm giving J. S. Cooper one last strike, 3/3 and you're out.
But "The Last Boyfriend" isn't getting more than a 2 star rating from me. Sorry.
Along with the above, there was an instance early on where the author obviously had written a scene one way, and then a few pages later wrote it again in a different way. The only problem is, she didn't delete the first way it was written. At the party in the beginning, Zane and Braydon meet and bump fists, Zane even called him bro. Then in the next couple of paragraphs, they meet again for the first time that night and dislike each other. I didn't really get into the plot, as it seemed a bit far-fetched in an age where we have info on everyone at our fingertips, and the end was crazy rushed.
It has real potential and I'd love to read a revised copy. :)
I'm glad this book was free.
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