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- Print Length: 194 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Raven Companies Press (September 25, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 25, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NRBXPOW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #163,677 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Loving Eden was a quick read that drew me in from the first page. It helped that I already knew and loved the characters, so I was rooting for them to get through all of this BS so they could get back to their happy ending. I will admit that I was super interested in the law suit, and I do wish that had been described a little more. (not for the stories sake, it was gone into enough detail for that, but rather for my sick amusement. Wills and Will contests are kind of my thing.) Never fear though, I thought the way everything resolved itself was perfect as it was.
I was more than a little wary of Mason when he showed up. I am super biased though. I would be on Team Grey even if he started spitting in babies faces. Probably. So I knew I wasn’t going to like anything Mason had to offer. I also knew that while I liked Eden a ton, if she so much as wasn’t on team Grey for a split second, I would have turned on her.Read more ›
Have you ever finished a book and wondered what happened after the happily ever after? Well, Ms. Foster gave us, readers, that chance to be once more inside Grey and Eden's "heads".
I had a good time reading Kissing Eden, so it wouldn't be a surprise that I was excited to read more about them. About their relationship. However, I had a much better time with the first book than with this one. It's true that one thing is starting a relationship with someone and the other is to start living with this person. And no less than moving from your city to a complete new one. So it's easy to assume that things won't be all sunshines and butterflies and that it would be much more what a real couple would live if we take Grey and Eden's past into account.
As the story progresses, the problems start to pile up and there are moments when you feel like the couple is about to break up. I felt kind of mislead by the title and was hoping to see the struggles of the couple, but having a happily-ever-after after finding a solution to their problems.
I look forward to more books from Ms. Foster and see if Grey and Eden can finally have their happily ever after.
Loving Eden is the sequel to Kissing Eden by T.A. Foster and continues the story of Grey and Eden. I was excited to get more of these two after reading the first book and was really looking forward to catching up on where they were. While I did like this book, it wasn't as good as the first in my opinion. This one just felt like it was missing something and didn't pack quite the same punch that the first story did.
After returning home for awhile, Eden decides to pack up her life and move back to Texas to be with Grey. She intends to move in with him and continue to get the hotel that his grandfather left him back on its feet and better than ever. She sets out on a cross country trip alone, to be with the man she loves. When she arrives things are going well between her and Grey, until a stranger threatens all of their plans. As Grey and Eden try to navigate the changes in their lives, they struggle more than ever before with how to deal with life and their relationship together. Can they get through all the obstacles that life throws their way, or will it be too much for them to handle and drive them apart?
I really liked Eden and Grey in the first book, and they were both still really great in this one as well. I felt like Grey had a lot of mood swings in this book, and that he seemed to doubt Eden at times. He wasn't the same as I remembered and wasn't sure whey he seemed to run so hot and cold with her. Eden was great in this book as well, and I love how smart and independent she is. She was determined to do what she needed to and didn't listen to what others thought that she should do. I was glad that she was able to stand on her own two feet, even while being in a committed relationship.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An easy read with a cute story. I would have given the series 3.5 or 4 stars if it didn't once again have a best friend whom I hated. Read morePublished 5 months ago by robnav13
Loved the continuation of Eden and Grey's love story. They have had a lot of challenges and their love survived. Recommended readPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Loving Eden is the sequel to Kissing Eden by T.A. Foster. We already know how Eden and Grey met. Now, it's time for the hard part of making a relationship work. Read morePublished 19 months ago by What's Beyond Forks?
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I enjoyed the first book in Grey and Eden’s story and I was interested to see how them living together worked out. Read more
I am happy that Eden and Grey got another book and that we got to read more about them.
Loving Eden was quick‚ sweet and really funny continuation of Eden and Grey's... Read more
Even though Loving Eden is the 2nd novel in the Kissing Eden series, I didn't feel lost or left out. Loving Eden can be read as a stand alone novel. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sarah Schneider
Loving Eden is the second book in the series. Even though this was a second book, I don’t feel like I missed too much as the author does a good job filling in some of the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by 7841pop
Great read, though, I actually enjoyed the first book in this series more (Kissing Eden) maybe because the initial falling-in-love stages tend to be a bit more exciting. Read morePublished 21 months ago by hc