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MONTANA REUNION (Montana Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : November 22, 2013
- File size : 715 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 170 pages
- Publisher : SORAYA LANE (November 22, 2013)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Enabled
- ASIN : B00AV8SY7C
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #24,253 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Maddison and Jack have a very predictable love story - childhood friends with a lost connection that is rekindled when one comes home, the requirement of marriage (to fulfill a Will clause), the unexpected feelings (and pregnancy), and the predicted happily ever after. The reason I say this book is just okay is that the ending is so abrupt. It is almost like the first half of the book and the second half are written by different people with completely different speeds. The first part begins to develop characters in a decent way (still some to be lacking), but the second part goes full throttle to the couple having to reach the altar and their happy ending with lightening speed.
This book has its good parts, okay parts, and bad parts. Overall the author lacks the talent of many other romance writers in pulling readers in and keeping the plot steady. Maybe I'll try to read the second story, not really sure.
My problem with this book is the need for an editor or at very least, a cold read by the author to find the errors.
There are words left out of the sentences which causes a break in the flow of the story. For example: "She was best friend." A best, THE best, HIS best...the reader gets to decide. "I'll take of your daughter, Gus." Take what? Care? Advantage?
There are also many word substitutions. Were these typos or did we get the rough draft? An example: "Note even enough..." Not even enough, probably, but is it the job of the reader to make that correction?
Montana Reunion is a beautiful heart-warming tale of two best friends and childhood neighbors who are drawn back together when Maddison returns from the bright lights and big city to their small and rural hometown. Jack's father has passed away and he needs to marry in order to inherit the family farm, he's sure he can fight it in court but marrying Maddison will make everything easier. Fresh from a break up Maddison agrees to the marriage of convenience and agrees to promise they wont have children. It's Jack's one and only proviso due to his childhood so when Maddison does fall pregnant Jack is in shock and feels so betrayed by the one person in his life that he trusted.
I loved that Jack and Maddison were already friends. The marriage of convenience didnt come about by any type of blackmail, it just felt right by both parties for their own reasons. Jack and Maddison grew together and genuinely needed each other and the moment they realised this is truly moving.
Soraya Lane has the ability to describe emotions and feelings, people and places down to a fine art and I love that because I become invested in the characters. A fantastic read that I was lucky enough to enjoy the majority of it while I was soaking up the sun at my local rose gardens, the perfect setting to become wrapped up in a heat-warming tale.
Montana Reunion will be the first of a series and by the time I turned the last page I could not wait for the next installment.
Top reviews from other countries
Although it was a good story and enjoyable to read I really couldn't give more stars because it seemed really rushed. I think it if may have been a longer story then things could have developed properly. Because it was so rushed, parts of it almost became unrealistic.
A cute little story, ok for an afternoon read