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Out of Control (The Kincaid Brides Book #1) Kindle Edition
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Rafe is a bully who can't ask anything. He demands and commands everything. He also can't stop kissing Julia. He claims to love her but its obvious from his actions that all he feels is lust. This isn't romance, at least not Christian romance. If you love secular romances where all you need is sex then great, this is a more tepid version where everyone keeps their clothes on but the principle is the same.
I had heard good things about this author and perhaps I should give her another chance but after this book I am not feeling very motivated to do so.
It's not worth reading even at a free price tag - read Karen Witemeyer, Janette Oke, or Serena B Miller instead.
And I'd also like to comment on some of the reviews that talked about how horrible Julia was to Seth. I understood her attitude. It seemed clear to her that he was the one who had left her in the cave to die. Rafe understood that. But she still showed Seth compassion after one of his nightmares. And Julia was only concerned for Audra and Maggie because Seth was acting a little loco. Who could honestly blame her?
All things considered, if your reading this review and your vacillating about reading the book, by all means give the book a chance. It really is a good book and I can't wait to get started on the second book of the series.