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Learning to Live (Hearts Out of Water Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The setting for this book, being beautiful coastal Ireland, draws you in, and Annie Cosby writes so well that you can not only visualize the scenes, but feel the cool breeze, and icy rains. You will love this!
I had no trouble following the book even though this was the second in the series and I'm sure it left off soon after the first book. The 'recap' was well written- it gave you enough information to get to know the characters and it wasn't overwhelming with repeat information that would bother someone who had read the first one.
I loved the feel of this novel...it was an adventure but it was not an up and down roller coaster which I definitely needed a break from reading.
I'd actually like to go back to the first one and read it now, so I can get to know Rory and Cora as a couple-when they first got together. I think it'd be a great read too.
I thought it was crazy that these teenagers (over 18) took off on this journey and I can say that it made me jealous!
This is definitely a feel good novel.
Seriously, I recommend this to anyone who likes YA fiction of any kind because it is really well done.
But to live on your own and love as an equal involves great risk. To cut yourself open and allow someone else to become all important to you, is an act of faith. The fear of losing that love, or the love not being returned, or losing that person is huge. And if he and his family are selkies. . .?
Cora goes in search of her heart and the answers to the mysteries. She is right in the middle of learning to live now, and in the middle of foreign terrain, physically, and emotionally. Cora grows and shows courage and keeps on learning on a fantastic and sometimes frightening sojourn. I wish I could have gone to Galway with her.