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The Other Brother (The Binghamton Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- Book 4 of 4 in The Binghamton Series
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About the Author
USA Today bestselling author, wife, adoptive mother, and peanut butter lover. An author of romantic comedies and contemporary romance, Meghan Quinn brings readers the perfect combination of heart, humor, and heat in every book.--This text refers to the mp3_cd edition.
- File Size : 1528 KB
- Publication Date : November 2, 2017
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 389 pages
- Publisher : Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC (November 2, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B076XSV1VS
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,665 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This sad imitation of a story was a huge disappointment, from the beginning to the epilogue. I keep skipping pages waiting for something, anything, to make me want to keep reading. Amelia is a blah character and Aaron is so amazing, why would this be his fate, to be in a truly awful story? He just deserved someone so much cooler and interesting. And what's with the mother? Why didn't the author just make him a leper? About all that was missing from the tragedy that was his growing up. Meghan Quinn is definitely one of my top five all time favorite authors, I have simply loved every other book of hers I've read, about 8 books so far. Amazing. But this story for Smalls, Aaron, was just so unfair to him. He deserved a great, upbeat story, showcasing his beautiful heart and razor sharp wit. Not this
The Other Brother is a stand-alone. However, there are two other couples in the book who have previously been written about: Racer and Georgie in Twisted Twosome and Tucker and Emma in My Best Friend’s Ex. I did not read those books before The Other Brother, but the couples intrigued me enough that I have added them to my TBR and hope to visit them soon.
Second chance romances are a favorite of mine. There is just something about reconnecting with a significant other from the past and rediscovering the passion once shared that warms my heart. Aaron and Amelia had that connection in spades. It was evident from the start what they’d lost had never disappeared, only misplaced. I enjoyed the flashbacks to their initial relationship; it put the foundation on which Aaron was trying to build their new relationship in crystal clear perspective.
The most intriguing part of the book was that of the brothers, Aaron & Tyke. While a little unreal, I loved it; I read to escape reality, so it was terrific to get that little bit of departure. In fact, all the family dynamics Aaron had to deal with were fascinating and heartbreaking.
My wish for The Other Brother is that the first few chapters be more attention-grabbing. As I said, I nearly DNF’d the book because of the first quarter, when I was finding it hard to connect with the characters or writing. The writing did improve as the novel progressed, so I felt that, perhaps, the author had difficulty connecting with the characters in the beginning as well.
Meghan Quinn, while not exactly unknown to me, is an author I’ve never read. I’ve extensively heard about how funny she is – if you follow my reviews, you know I stay away from comedy – so I’d had little reason to pick up her books. I’m unsure if this book is a departure for her, but the humor took a back seat to the emotion and intensity of The Other Brother. Keeping this fact in mind, I have every intention of trying a few titles from her backlist.
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My pet peeve are inconsistent timelines.
Aaron is 30 years old, Amalia about 27, her boyfriend Trey as well, I suppose. That means Aaron was three years ols when he held his little brother, Trey, before the adoption and he still remembers he had to take off his shoes before entering the hospital room.
Maybe it is possible to have a flourishing company and a house within two years in a small backwater town, but to get a promotion and be able to afford a 700 square feet condo on New York's Upper West side within two years after graduation that is a fairy tale. Sorry, I don't buy it.
The inner monologue of H and h were repetitive, the novel was not my cup of tea.