- File Size: 1256 KB
- Print Length: 276 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (September 23, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 23, 2014
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IBZ60E6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #595,651 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Both Carter and Regan are pretty likable characters. Regan had a truly awful childhood, and she's still sorting through that with her mom, who's in a psychiatric institution because of severe mental illness. (What is it with the parental figures in this series? Almost all of them are a big bunch of suck.) Regan and Carter start out as a one night stand, but that doesn't last long. They were good together and good for each other.
My only complaint about Carter is that he kept referring to women as chicks. That's douchebro behavior, and he's a doctor for god's sake! You'd think he'd move past that once he was out of high school/college. I did like that Regan didn't put up with him calling her that.
The circle of friends Regan had (Jayne, Maya and Ellie) was a great aspect of the book. I also enjoyed Regan's conversations with Mrs. G.
OK, I was in love in the first few pages. My husband asked me why, and it was ALL about the characters. How could you not love Regan and Carter? Seriously, from page 1 to the end, I laughed, I cried, I smiled like a loon, my heart hurt....it was great. I LOVE those books where you finish with a big stupid grin on your face.
I actually think I even loved this one more than Plain Jayne. I didn't reread that one before starting this one, and that's actually killing my inner self, even though they can be read completely alone. It's just that BOTH MC's were da bomb. I mean, Regan was sassy and strong, yet vulnerable and somewhat damaged. And Carter....well, I did not expect his back story, but I was already in love with his rakish self from Plain Jayne. This book just solidified it and showed me who he was deep inside. And the chemistry was FANTASTIC. Seriously, holy wow.
And even with all the conflicts and obstacles they had to make it through, it never felt drawn out or unnecessary to their story you know? And I loved the way it ended. It had the perfect resolution for the characters that stayed true to who they were.
So yeah....my being Canadian did NOT influence me in this book, though it's always fun to recognize things in a book based in my country. This was just a straight up fabulous romance with genuinely awesome characters. Can't wait for more from Ms. Drewry.
This is a very well written novel and the story is very engaging. I really enjoyed going on Regan and Carter's story for the most part. It was actually at times an emotional read when the characters were opening up to each other.
It was a little graphic for my personal taste but I know I am a bit of a prude when it comes to books so I do recommend it anyways. If you prefer less graphic romances maybe give this one a pass.
Rating: At least PG-13 but probably R