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- Print Length: 254 pages
- Publication Date: February 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007ZJC2DC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #665,468 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love Me Always (The Fielding Brothers Saga Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I would this novel 4 stars instead of only 3 were it not for the fact that it seemed to drag on for an eternity. Most of the action happens either in the first two chapters or the last. The entire middle of the novel seems to have no other purpose than to torture us into waiting longer for resolution.
Regardless, I will go on to the next book in the series (which I also downloaded for free). There is a sweetness to the author's writing that I appreciate. Although this book is decidedly steam-free, it does not lack romance. Some reviewers have categorized this as a Christian romance. I wouldn't call it that. There are mentions of God and the heroine's father is fond of quoting Bible verses, but that's nothing out of the ordinary for the time period involved. I would just classify this as a "sweet" romance, leaning towards the wholesome side. Those of you offended by graphic love scenes should be very pleased with the lack of them in this story.
There are several books in this series and when I downloaded this one, nearly all of them were free. I'll most likely make my way through the entire series--just because I'm curious of how and when the other brothers will find their love matches as well.
As a few others have pointed out the story has a few editing errors, but nothing that really detracts from the story line. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The story starts off shortly with Nicholas (or Nick), Grant's nephew, and his brothers coming to Catherine's place to take her over to the Fielding's mansion. Catherine was very upset of course, but was glad to see the nephews with such welcoming friendliness and enthusiasm, except for Nick, who showed impatience, indifference, and enmity. However, she does not know that Nick was only pretending to be unfriendly to her in order to keep his heart falling even deeper for her. He had fallen love into her ever since they were children, and he had wanted her...
Nick is really depicted as a charming man. At first though, he seemed like a cold hearted man who won't fall for any woman and remain faithful. He was like a womanizer. But the truth was he was so in-love with Catherine that he was just trying to make her jealous. (Cute guy!)
I love how the author portrayed Nick and Catherine's growing affection throughout the story. It didn't happen fast (though Nick already fell for her at the beginning, he was being very self-restrained and distant from Catherine); instead their relationship and attraction grew stronger from one incident after another. It was then Catherine began to realize that she couldn't marry Grant for her heart belongs to another man.
Their delicate and secretive relationship saddens me (when they know they shouldn't belong together or continue to love each other), touches me (when they cared so much and tried to find ways to persuade others to break Catherine's engagement w/ Grant), and delights me to see that they're finally, able, to be together.
Not to mention the suspense also gave me surprise at the very end. I never suspected the true "insane" person was and was caught off-guard when I read who the killer was.
I find this story truly beautiful and loving. 5 stars! Would recommend it to people who love beautiful romance.
Catherine is being forced to marry the much older Duke of Ashton, Grant Fielding. Unfortunately she finds herself in love with his nephew. I loved the mystery portion of this book, but the reasoning behind the arranged marriage (even the true reason) ringed improbable to me. I also wished there was more dialogue between Catherine and Nick rather than just that instant "attraction". Although they had a childhood love (despite 7 years age difference), I wish their relationship had been more developed. I think that would have added depth to their characters as well.
I think this book could have used a good editing job. A character suddenly appeared only to be killed off a few pages later. At the end, a character shouts for the "police". Really? There were other nuances, but I don't want to give the story away any more than I already have.
All in all, it was an entertaining read, as long as you don't think too much about it.
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