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Maybe This Time by [Fernando, Chantal]
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About the Author

Bestselling author Chantal Fernando lives in Western Australia. In addition to the Wind Dragons MC series, her published novels include four books in the Resisting Love series "Case", "Kade", "Ryder and James"; the bestselling novel "Maybe This Time" and its follow up, "This Time Around". When not reading, writing, or daydreaming she can be found enjoying life with her three sons and family.

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  • File Size: 1580 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Publication Date: January 20, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FVFLLBQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,500 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Remember those days when you could browse the bookshelves, pick up a book with a hot cover and skim a little of it (I could guess where the sex scene was every time) then you'd know if it had what you were looking for... or not. Lately, I've been relying too heavily on customer reviews and been shockingly disappointed. As you can tell from my trip down memory lane I'm pretty far away from a young adult or new adult or whatever but I've always enjoyed the angst in coming-of-age stories. I was looking for some serious angst in this story. The blurb and the synopsis of some of the reviews (4.5 star average) sounded so promising. Summer came from a broken home and had an absentee father with whom she plans to reconnect. Check. She's meeting her half brother for the first time and is moving in with him. Check. She meets and falls for a hot MMA fighter with his own dark past. Awesome. I'm in.

Have you ever had a conversation with someone who used too many pronouns and you had to stop them and say, "What are you talking about? Her who? That what?" My 5 year old does that to me all the time and that's how I felt reading this story. The first time Summer meets her brother she picks him up from jail. What?! Why?! Never explained. How did the siblings manage to connect at all if Summer's 'mum' was so rabidly against Xander and her father? No endearing childhood backstory of sneaking letters, phone calls, texting, or even friending on facebook. I vaguely remember one sentence mentioning letters but that's it. When they meet they just check each other out and then they're best buds. Speaking of 'mum', I ignored that and things like 'gonna' until 19 year old Summer gets a job in a bar and I realize I don't even know in what country this story is taking place.
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I have to say, this is probably one of the worst books I've read this year. I figured hey, it's high in the rankings, it must be good...well it wasn't. Don't let those amazon rankings fool you. It is not as good as the cover makes it out to be.
I have never met such immature characters in my entire time of reading. Summer was an annoying, bitchy, whiny brat. She was so rude, snappy and cold. She came into her brothers house, and fell for Reid. She was like a fifteen year old child, stomping her foot (Yes literally) when she didn't get her own way. She wanted him. She didn't. She was awful to those around her. Don't even get me started on her father, Jack. Who, apparently, wasn't there for half her life and then boom, he says sorry one night and she's all over him, and he's all "I love you baby girl." NO, that does not happen. Not when you've experienced that kind of hurt. I mean literally, it was over in five minutes. FIVE MINUTES. And better yet, she didn't like his girlfriend, so he dumped her and moved on. Sheesh. Need I say more?
Reid. What can I say other than a complete fool. He was an ass to her when she first came in, but the next minute (and I mean, the next minute) he's all "I care about you." "I want you." There was no in-between or even a reason for his feelings. There was no build up. No great moments to explain the relationship. He just suddenly liked her, and then he didn't, and then he did, and then he didn't. I was honest to god ready to smash my kindle by the fifth chapter.
This author truly needs to gather her skills, and learn to build her characters. The reality of her story was just out there and unrealistic. It could have been a great story, if told right. It was so rushed, so childish, so full of drama and quick building "insta love" relationships.
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By Magz on October 15, 2013
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I read the other reviews comparing this book to Travis and other MMA fighters, so I ordered this one. I was very disappointed. Reid is nothing like Travis. I couldn't connect to any of the characters. It seemed as though someone put a fast forward through the book, skipping connections, explanations, and such. Summer kept getting upset about all of the women (rightfully so), but would walk out on him, leaving him with those women and situations. She was just as quick to forgive him. Every time he simply told her he would keep messing up, and she kept accepting this right away. It was frustrating! Also, I never understood the need for all the lies and secrecy towards Summer, but that goes back to the disconnect.
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This book was bad, I liked the idea of it, but reading it was something else. I felt no connection with the characters at all. I'm not sure the author connected with them! She shows up and BOOM!! Insta-love,Insta-bff, Insta-brother, Insta-dad!! No build up no real explanation. The book changed settings abruptly It was like it had ADD! Needa is not a word! not even as slang does it sound okay, but it was used constantly in this book. I would not suggest reading this book or this author!
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Decent story plenty of Alpha males and lots of drama just felt something lacking there's no real connection with Reid and Summer, you see her and Ryan's friendship grow way more than her actual romance with Reid.

The secret was really flippin lame. Omg!!!! I rolled my eyes it was ridiculous. No reason at all to keep it from her. This story has been done a million times nothing new at all. The only thing I liked is Summer's attitude sometimes I LOL at her come backs and inner monologue. Way TOO much detail to what characters are eating wearing etc..things that don't add to the story.
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