- File Size: 1100 KB
- Print Length: 276 pages
- Publication Date: May 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071QXV2JG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,263 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Moving ON Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Lauren and Matt.......
What an amazing book this was! Karen Frances can weave a story that will captivate and engage you from the first page. She has such a wonderful talent for bringing out all the "feels.' Each time I have to write a review for one of her books, I find myself struggling to find the perfect words.
Moving On is appropriately titled. Lauren Trent is devastated by the betrayal of the man she loved and expected 'forever' with. His betrayal was bad enough, however he has also decided he wants nothing to do with his very young children. Total dirtbag!
Lauren is trying to be strong for her children Unfortunately she is exhausting herself at the same time, determined to be a mother AND father. Lauren doesn't need a man in her life. Nor does she believe she will ever trust a man again. And even after one unforgettable, spectacular night with a stranger, she stays true to those words.
Matt Anderson was a great hero. He was sexy, protective and a bit possessive. Matt is a successful restaurant owner; a man who is also successful with the ladies. Matt never considered settling down but when he meets Lauren, he knows things feel different with her. She is beautiful and sexy. Lauren is also intelligent and independent. Matt wants to get to know her better. He wants to date Lauren and see where their relationship could go. And the plus side? He adores Lauren's children.
The problem is that Lauren does not want a man in her life like before. Not ever again.
Can Lauren learn to trust Matt? But what happens when she finds out that Matt isn't perfect: that he has secrets?
Lauren and Matt together was amazing. I loved how the author didn't rush their relationship. There were many obstacles to go over; I routed for them at every difficult moment. I truly felt the emotions the moment that everything fell into place for them. It was perfect. I couldn't help the goofy smiles on my face through this book.
I have to say that Matt was an amazing character. "To good to be true" comes to mind when trying to describe him. Despite his flaws and his past, I couldn't help but love him
Lauren had easily earned my respect from early on. Was she stubborn when it came to Matt? Yes, unfortunately she was the reason for the slow development of their relationship.
I also love how Lauren was as a mother. Her children were the most important people in her life and I felt that love she had for them. Lauren's children were perfect additions to this book. In fact, there are many wonderful secondary characters as well.
Please trust me when I say you should add this book to your TBRs. Better yet....one click! Moving On is a must read, a beautiful sigh-worthy story.
Matt is a sexy successful businessman who owns a restaurant and from the moment he saw Lauren he was attracted to her and they enjoy the night they spend together.
Lauren draws feelings from her that he has never felt before and for the first time in his life he wants a relationship but Lauren is leery. He knew that she had been hurt and was willing to take it slow but when his past comes to light is she able to accept it or is the betrayal from her ex-husband still too fresh?
I loved the strength of Lauren as she rebuilt her life after it was destroyed and the patience of Matt as Lauren learns to trust again. This is a wonderful story that you don’t want to miss. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
This heartfelt book follows the life of Lauren Trent after she catches her husband cheating on her. Making a life for herself with her kids she puts the past behind her and attempts to move on.
Told from a first POV, the book is steady paced as Lauren funds a new love and has to deal with the problem of introducing her new man to the kids. Once again it's beautifully written and Karen tackles the subject with her usual sensitivity which comes through strongly in her writing.
For me the book lacked angst, I would've loved more bitterness from Lauren as she dealt with a divorce and maybe more of a show down between the ex and the new man as he takes the place of their dad. That's just my personal preference.
On the whole a beautiful story and a must read.
Lauren is a very strong independent woman who has two young children when her husband and sister do the unthinkable to her but she bounced back thanks to the help of her friend Abbie.
Matt is a handsome business man who has his own story to tell and he is taken by Lauren from the moment he saw her, it's lovely to read how he loves his family and would do anything for them this includes lauren and her children,I loved it when he stood up to protect Lauren and her children.
This is really well written and it pull on your heart strings while making you smile. Well done Karen
When we first meet Lauren she is on her way to surprise her husband at work, little does she know she's the one about to be shocked. What she finds is her husband having an affair, with her sister no less. While Lauren attempts to put her life back together, for herself and her children, she unexpectedly meets Matt. Lauren knows she's not ready for anything serious but Matt could be good for a one time fling, or so she thinks.
Matt falls for Lauren fast but realizes that in order to win her he's going to have to be patient, but patience is a virtue that he doesn't quite possess. As Lauren tries to keep her distance, Matt does everything in his power to spend time with her. Watching him win her (and her children) over is so sweet and loving. By the end of the book I wanted nothing more than for these two to have their happily ever after.