- File Size: 692 KB
- Print Length: 417 pages
- Publisher: Katie Ashley Productions (January 10, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 10, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AZQFO3C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #515 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 2 of 3 in The Proposition (3 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
This book begins three weeks after The Proposition ends. I want to say that I really liked both Emma and Aidan in the first book and I liked them together. In this book, I despise Emma. She annoys the heck out of me. She's self-righteous and hypocritical. To the max. Yes, he broke her heart, I get that...but...if you're going to make a promise, as Emma did to Aidan, that you will try to work things out, then the best way to try to work that out is NOT to keep throwing what he did in his face but to discuss it. Which she refuses to do.
So let's talk a minute about Dr. Nadeen. The unprofessional Dr. Nadeen who hits on Emma while she is visiting a patient at the hospital. I don't get why we needed this unrealistic storyline. First of all, an uber hot doctor falls immediately for a woman he's met once and just so happens to be 6 months pregnant with another man's child? And then Emma runs right out and does the EXACT same thing that she won't forgive Aidan for doing to her. Only she's sneakier about it. I felt as if we were supposed to be cheering her on as payback for what Aidan did. Payback is childish and this whole situation made me lose any respect I had for Emma. Or the story.
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Overall, I just think I would have enjoyed this book a lot more if the bulk of the story had been about Aidan and Emma trying to truly get past the hurt and heal without silly outside influences being factored in to the equation.Read more ›
In The Proposal, a continuation of the story, Aidan spends 90 % of the novel groveling for a heroine who turns into the witch from hell. I began to dislike Emma and I think it was because there were too many conflicting views of her. On the one hand she is a "good" girl from a christian family, but on the other turns into a sex addict with a filthy mouth, then a callous woman. She moves into Aiden's home so that he can take care of her when she is put on bedrest for pre-term labor. He had to take leave from his job. Then he takes groveling to the max while putting up with her. And this is where Aiden lost some of his appeal. In most stories Aiden could have explained himself and his "almost cheating" if he was experienced with women as we are led to believe, and the story could have finished with the first book.
I didn't buy the 'love triangle' storyline, it just seemed so forced and far-fetched. A doctor would hit on a woman in the ER who is obviously in advanced pregnancy? And then she allows him to visit her at her boyfriend's house on the pretext of a house call?Read more ›
I love the characters, especially Aiden. But I think The Proposal was lacking a bit. The dialogue between the characters was a little cheesey at times, and I was looking for more angst since Aiden needed to grovel and suffer more for what he did. Even when Pesh was introduced I was hoping to feel more from the scenes.
All in all, I am glad I read it. I wanted to read about their happily ever after, I was just looking for more emotion to flow through the book as I read it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like I said,"love this book"! It will make you laugh and cry. It plays at your heart strings. I would recommend this book to everyone. Read morePublished 2 days ago by tammy marie goodwin
This is the second and final installment to The Proposition. So now Emma Harrison has given everything to Aidan.. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Tbascoebuzz
Read both books in two days. An unlikely pair are joined together in a steamy romance with some what unusual circumstances. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kindle Customer
Overall, this was a good story. Aidan and Emma work to repair their relationship after the events in The Proposition. Dr. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Booksnstuff
My goodness - what a waste of $4. At the end of "The Proposition," Emma leaves Aidan for being a jerk. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gloria
This is truly a continuation of The Proposition. Read it first. It ends with a cliffhanger where this book 2 takes off.
I really like this couple. Read more
I really enjoyed this book. I have another book to read. The characters were interesting and the story line was good.Published 11 days ago by Linda l.
I so enjoyed both books, must admit was a little upset when I finished first book and realized the end was in another book. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kindle Customer witty
This is part one of who knows how many. I didn't know this beforehand or I never would have read it. It isn't a bad book, but I don't do multiple books for one story.Published 12 days ago by CS007