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- File Size : 794 KB
- Publication Date : October 7, 2014
- Print Length : 258 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Forever Yours (October 7, 2014)
- ASIN : B00I829QRA
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 145555684X
- Best Sellers Rank: #206,622 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I'm not a big fan of love triangles (especially involving friends/family), so these two books aren't my favorite Kennedy Ryan has written. I wanted Walsh and Kerris to end up together, but I felt really horrible for Cam. Even when he was being a not so good person, I felt like Cam was betrayed in terrible way. I liked how everything worked out in the end, but I still felt bad for Cam.
One thing I want to mention is that these books are written in third person, unlike Ryan's newer books. That wasn't my favorite, but I was impressed that she was still able to put the same amount of emotions into her characters and their problems that way.
Overall, When You Are Mine and Loving You Always were good books. The love triangle was done is a way that didn't leave me stressing out about who Kerris would end up with. Her path always felt right. I adored her, Walsh, and even Cam. I was happy to find out the next book is Cam and Jo's.
I started this book immediately after finishing book 1 and after thinking What more could possibly happen? Ha! My question was answered... So much more happend to keep me on edge but full of hope. I fell in love even more. MORE!
♡ Quote ♡ So this was love. This fear; this need. This insatiable thirst that racked her soul when she thought of him. ~
I loved their story with all the pain and beautiful moments. We had some broken characters that needed to heal and they did! LOVED THIS. and I think Walsh is perfect!
♡ Quote ♡ “My heart didn’t give me a choice. I saw you and was gone almost from the beginning.” He was so close he could smell nothing but her, could see nothing but her, felt the warm curve of her waist beneath his hands. “You are the best decision my heart ever made.” ~
♡ Quote ♡ It had been a hard road, a messy road, littered with the potholes of their mistakes ~
When I finished When You Are Mine I wanted so many things for the characters and I got what I wanted and so much more in LYA. I just had to go through so damn much to get it.
Kerris, Cam and Walsh made some wrong choices and they were all paying for them in the most difficult and emotional way. Their journey to a resolution was heartbreaking, angsty and so beautiful.
Kerris and Walsh were unbelievable together. Their love and connection so strong and how they finally both claimed one another was mind blowing. My heart was beating like crazy. The story and their relationship took its time but it never got boring. I was so invested in their journey and relationship.
The epilogue was out of this world. So perfect and filled with so much hope for every character and what's to come.
I can honestly say I enjoy every character in this series except for Sofie but I know I will get her story in the final book of the series. So her story is something I look forward to but also Cam's story is something extraordinary. His hurt and traumatic past has left him utterly broken and lost. This series is not to be missed. I already have the final two books lined up.
This is the emotional, heart wrenching, heartfelt conclusion to Walsh and Kerris' love story. It was perfect.
If you haven't read When You Are Mine you need to stop everything and read that first! As soon as I finished that book I zipped over to Amazon to grab this one so I could finish their story, I was so anxious to see how everything was resolved.
If I thought my heart was put through the ringer with When You Are Mine, it was nothing compared to this book.
When you have someone that loves so so much that he's willing to step away from you, even when he knows you love him just as much, I can't even imagine. Walsh was willing to do anything and everything to make sure Kerris was okay and happy, even if it meant losing her.
I loved everything about this book, I don't think there's one thing about this book I would change.
And that epilogue! How hopeful it is. I'm looking forward to Cam's book. As much as I didn't like him/was frustrated with him in this book I couldn't blame him completely, he wormed his way back into my heart a little.
Top reviews from other countries
Love triangles often prove to be a tricky subject matter. Plots where emotions of the heart are betrayed can often be a bitter pill to swallow. The hero or heroine can feel irksome, flaky and downright annoying if they’re not written with absolute care and attention to detail; they can become a person to hate because they seem indecisive or careless with another’s heart. It’s a fine line the author has to perfectly execute to balance all the elements and convince the reader of the motivation for each character. Kennedy Ryan walks this fine line to perfection and sprinkles a heavy dose of depth and beauty for good measure.
This story is a pure emotional feast, perfect for readers who bask in the raw emotion of protagonists waging a war on their feelings, making choices that are not always right, going through the hurt and coming out the other side.
Note: This is the second part of a two book series (Books 3 & 4 are both about a different couple so can definitely be read as STANDALONES.)