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- File size : 803 KB
- Print length : 207 pages
- Publication date : December 19, 2019
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07ZQLV1XT
- Word Wise : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #243,274 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Lack of communication was not in Kia and Cane's relationship. He found it very easy to talk to her and vice versa. Even though they sometimes did not like what each other said, they knew that their hearts were coming from a good place. Kia was the one person who challenged Cane to follow his heart.
Sheena wrote a story about how each person handles grief and abandonment differently. She also wrote about forgiveness. Forgiveness is not for the person doing the offense but for the person who has been offended. It is important for the healing of the soul so that person can move forward and not be dragged down in the quagmire of anger and resentment. Both Cane and Kia were able to move forward in their lives with each other to finally get that HEA.
Lord, this story and these characters are so immature that it beyond ridiculous.
This grown woman named Kia just decides that night after her boyfriend/fiancé ten years come home after having a bad day at work to straight up abandon him, her job, and her life because she’s depressed. The writer doesn’t say she’s depressed. What she says is that Kia is restless and missing her mother who died six years ago, so see decides to pull stakes and run off and tries to hide because she’s missing her mother.
Now I am not knocking the death of a parent, that’s some heavy stuff a person has to live with, but that’s thing, we have to keep living because the world has never stopped because a person died. Harsh yes, but as person who already lost a parent I am talking from my perspective and my own experience. This crap here is insulting and just damn stupid. Because Kia, a woman with a BA who was also pursuing an advanced degree was working as medical assistant because she didn’t want to try to finish nursing school and so she blames that on her mother’s dying.
She blamed everything on her mother’s death. Her reason for staying with Cory was because of her dead mother. The reason she’s in the dead end job, her dead mother. The reason she abandoned everything was because of her dead mother.
This is the most irritating and disgusting character I have ever read about and I have read the freaking Bronte Sisters’ trash. I hate anything that makes me think of the Brontes.
And speaking of Heathcliff, this male character, what’s his name, Cane? Yeah, Cane, this bitch isn’t an alpha, he’s a bitch with mommy issues.
His mother was a terrible parent who treated him abysmally as a child and a youth. This relationship influenced his views on women. I haven’t gotten deep enough in the story to learn more but what’s presented when he’s first introduced is laughable. He’s a EVP now CEO by day and club owner by night.
He’s the local Lothario who meets Kia the day she arrives in town and he’s making plans to seduce her while she thinking with her crotch as well. Seriously, she hasn’t even ended her relationship with one man but she’s ready to jump of the first one that looks at her sideways.
I stopped reading this story when right after scene with her actual boss who appeared at Cane’s club the same day Kia was hired. Her boss tried to talk to her, to find out what was going one because she found her employee working in another establishment in a different city after she asked for some personal time off. Kia behavior was evasive and shifty. Then she had the nerve to say that she would return her boss’s calls about her own job that woman was going to hold for her. I was done with this mess right there.
Kia is a selfish, immature brat being presented as an adult with a functional brain in this story. I call BS on that.
Cane is about as interesting as lint. He needs to decide what he wants to be when he grows up because he’s just as childish as Kia.
This story is a hard no for me because it’s too unrealistic and immature to be taken seriously.