- File Size: 928 KB
- Print Length: 132 pages
- Publisher: Kate Stewart (January 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B9WDTV4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,256 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Mind: Reluctant Romantics 1.5 (The Reluctant Romantics 1.5 Book 2) Kindle Edition
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First off I need to apologise to Kate Stewart for sitting on my ARC and being too scared to read it. See, I’m a cryer. At the time I got my ARC I knew I wasn’t ready to read Rose and Grant’s lightening strike love story. Now, The Heart is here and I know it’s time to let it all play out. Yes, I’m not reading this the way Kate wanted me to, but I had to read it this way. I’m a sucker for love…and when it hurts, I need to know that it will come out OK. Bloody hell I hope it all comes out OK.
I knew I’d have to brace myself reading The Mind. I didn’t realise how hard it was going to be seeing such a sweet love story, and knowing that I shouldn’t get too attached to it. I didn’t want to love Grant as much as I did. I didn’t want to see this perfect love story form. I knew I didn’t have it in me to brace hard enough to take the pain without tears. As each page turned, I wondered how much more of this beautiful love story I could get through. I wanted to cry with every sweet gesture made and loving word spoken. I timed my reading for the second half of the story, to be when my kids were at school. I knew it was going to get ugly.
Then it happened…and it was too quick…too much to take in…just a few short paragraphs broke my heart.
I’m bloody tearing up writing this.
I had just read the words and I had to take my glasses off for a big old tear-fest. I was just getting back into it (still sniffling) when hubby came home from a meeting. He knew about this book because I’d warned him. Hubby walked into the room and I launched myself at him bawling my eyes out. He wrapped his arms around me and tried to calm me down. I told him fiercely…”don’t you ever leave me!” He calmly replied, “sure”. I realised what a goose I was being and how sweet he was being, then I felt him shake. I’m bawling…and laughing…and bawling. I asked, “are you laughing at me?” He said, “no baby, but I might be smirking just a little.” (Sorry for the grammar, too emotional to do it right but I’m sure you get the drift).
So, The Mind upset me just a wee bit. It was beautifully written and emotional to the point that I couldn’t read it without feeling it. I’m glad that I decided to read it this way because I know going onto The Heart now wouldn’t have felt the same if there was a big break in between reads. I wanted this pain to carry on over to the next book, so I can take the journey as a whole. No pressure Kate Stewart, but I hope you can mend my heart.
Kate has a way with bringing characters in her book to life. I can't wait for The Heart!
Grant was such an amazing man. Everyone that got to know him, loved him. After all of the loss he had suffered in his life, he wasted no time in going after what he wanted...which was Rose. I remember thinking while I read The Fall that the pace of their relationship was crazy fast. But having read it in full, I understand. When lightning strikes, you just know. THE right one has this effect on you like no one else. You can "climb and move mountains". They make you better, "stronger, braver, and...more like me, the me that I was before the world's s*** beat me down."
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I debated if I should read The Mind, knowing what it would do to me. The Mind is Grant and Rose’s story.Read more
Oh boy what can I say, I love Grant and I always have; unfortunately, we all know what happened.Read more