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Top Customer Reviews
This book is an easy read and flows smoothly.
Both Sean and Jenn show their innocence and their inexperience with dealing with the situation they are thrust into. Starting with the kidnapping this innocence puts them in dangerous situations that could end their lives. Jenn is a problem solver and comes up with a plan to free them from both of their fathers. Sean is tired of them mental and physical abuse for his father and is willing to do anything to get away from him.
Together they try running from their problems while trying to get to know one another again. Jenn realizes that even though she's still hurt by him abandoning her years ago that she still loves him. Sean realizes the mistake he made in walking away.
Now they're both in danger of being killed for why each of them know. Will they make? Will Sean get out from his father's twisted thumb? Can their love survive the secrets left untold? You'll have to read this no find out.
Jenn & Sean get a second chance at love. It comes at the cost of being chased by Sean's family with a hit on Jenn.
I felt like neither of them took their safety seriously and acted as if they were just celebrating being on vacation. I wanted a bit more danger and I wanted more "alpha-y-ness" from Sean. Jenn took control of the situation after Sean kept vowing to protect her.
I do look forward to more works from this author <3
Jenn and Sean were the best of friends and when she's kidnapped, they are brought back together with the circumstances. I understand why Sean left in order to keep her safe, but little did he know she would put her in more danger.
As Sean and Jenn are brought closer by the demands of his father, he knows he wants to save her no matter the cost to him or his life. Like I said, I loved seeing them being brought back together so they can face their feelings they share for each other. I did become so frustrated with the fact that with the way Sean was raised and he knew his father was a dangerous man that he felt like they didn't need to hide and were just out in the world open and free. I felt like he made the wrong choice to try to keep her safe and that left me quite irritated with him. I did like this book and if you're looking for a quick read about second chances, give it a try.
This was a great first effort. Her writing style is good, great natural flow of text, I don't think I found one editing issue. Great start to the story, I couldn't put it gown initially, it captured my attention straight away. Great final 20%, again I got to that stage of Cant put down until I finished. The part around the middle, I will admit my attention wondered a bit: I would have preferred more 'on the run' storyline, rather than 'playing in Vegas' storyline. But I did really enjoy the romance, and great sex scenes.
Jean Kelso did a great job, painting the picture of each scene allowing me to feel as though I was with her characters...even in the hot and steamy scenes....YOWZA.
Great job love, keep up the good work!!!
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