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- ASIN : B076P4XTQC
- Publisher : Sankofa Girl (October 22, 2017)
- Publication date : October 22, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 432 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 199 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #311,613 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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He wants her, he won’t let himself have her, but won’t let her be happy with someone else.
Most of the way thru she is pathetically willing to accept his hot/cold attitude and keep coming back for more abuse. Fortunately she became stronger near the end.
He didn’t. Instead he stayed a bit schizo. He wanted her, but wasn’t good enough for her. She’d never forgive him, but he had to have her. He kept his guilt and his ‘I’m not good enough for her’ attitude all the way thru, while insisting she was his and that he had to win her back.
If I were her I’d be worried about this. Men tend to try to fill such delusions with booze, drugs, and endless women. If they want a chance to succeed he needs some therapy to help him work thru his worthlessness.
Unfortunately, for me, he was pretty wimpy and not an H. It’s sad when the woman in the story is stronger than the man.
Add in the typo problems like: ‘his breath harsh against his ears’, (I’d think this would be a little difficult since there was only one He involved), and that sealed the rating. For me, all of the above made this a poor read. Since there isn’t a 0 rating, I try to save the 1 star for cheaters and horribly bad stories, so had to give this a 2. It looks like I received a few others by this author for free, so I guess I’ll try another one. Fingers crossed.
Zach is rich and comfortable after creating a whole series of hit clubs. He can have any women he wanted, but he only really wanted a woman he can't have, Emma, his best friend's little sister. Also, he had a deep dark secret he had yet to share. He can never deserve Emma. When Emma came to London to attend school, Zach was tasked to keep her safe. But Emma wanted Zach for a very long time, and she will have him, and he will not be able to resist for long...
Honestly, the plot is trope, the characters are pretty average, and after reading it, nothing stood out.
I have to say that the blurb really threw me off. This story is very different from what the blurb allows you to imagine. Zach and Emma grew up together. Zach and Steve were best friends. Steve being Emma’s big, over protective brother. Emma has always harbored feeling s for Zach but never acted on them. Zach has always felt something for Emma, but could never cross that line, due to his loyalties towards his best friend as well as the secret he is concealing. When Emma comes to London, Steve asked Zach to keep an eye on her. Zach tries hard to stay away but the pull is too much and Emma is not making things easy for him. I liked Emma character. Zach at times was a difficult character, as he was a man who had matured and done really well for himself, but seemed to think he never deserved the breaks he got. At times I wanted him to be more assertive. While the story worked, I did feel there was something missing. Overall I enjoyed this romance and the steamy moments.
Hot books and Sassy Girls
My *only* issue with this book is the main couple’s complete lack of thought or care for the well-being of Em’s best friend. They abandon her alone at night clubs MULTIPLE times and don’t ever think twice about it. The excuse is always over the well-being of Em and making sure she gets home safely and doesn’t take transportation, yet they leave the best friend (who I believe is named Laila) to fend for herself, completely alone. Even less safe than she and Em would’ve been together. I know it’s a small thing and not super important to the love story but also, friendships and the safety of friends (ESPECIALLY late at night during/after a night out) are incredibly important and any partner who doesn’t value that is someone I automatically think less of.
Another enjoyable read.
Top reviews from other countries
Loved reading this story as Zach had a hard life moved away to London and made a life for himself.