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- Publication Date: June 23, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L9I45N0
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Then, there was Grant Alexander, the new man in Raven's life, who has left me with mixed feelings and emotions, not to mention a ton of questions I need answers to. His character really sucked me in, while I tried desperately to figure him out. Each time I thought I had discovered the truth, I found myself left with more questions. UGH!!! LoL
Raven's concerns about her fairly new relationship were spot on. I'm sure each of us have experienced the same feelings and emotions before and have probably reacted the same way that she does in the story. Hell, I experienced those feelings and emotions while reading the story. Raven, however, is a counselor and should have all of the answers regarding life and love, right? Wrong! As the story began to unfold, I realized that all of her knowledge couldn't save her because her heart was over-ruling her head. I wanted to grab her by the shoulders and shake some sense into her at times, but then I found myself second guessing myself and I too gave Grant the benefit of the doubt. It's not my fault...he's too damned sexy. ;)
The more Raven learns about him, the more she realizes she doesn't know him at all. There is another side to him she never expected, one she wants desperately to understand. Should she fight to have the love of a man she barely knows, or should she save herself before her innocence is lost? You need to read this book to find out. It's full of humor, suspense and yes, even sex. ;) You won't be disappointed (except for when it's over). You'll want more. I can't wait until the author finishes book two...I need to know what happens next. This was a great debut novel by N. D. White. I look forward to reading more books by her in the future. If you haven't guessed by now, I LOVED IT!
This is indeed a well-written book for a debut novel. The characters of Raven and Kat are both likeable with a real-life feel to their banter and friendship; their discussions, conversations, mannerisms, and friendly teasing are believable and don't sound forced or plucked from an author's fishbowl of clichés. You can truly feel the character of Raven almost inside and out, with her self-analytical moments of love, fear, hate, passion, thought, and imagination; she is a very relatable character. At times I felt like I was right there in the room with her and she was talking directly to me as everything happened. Kat is just a lot of fun to be around and while she's more than just Raven's best friend and roommate; she is a comic relief at times as well as serving to ask (or answer) the questions that we (the readers) may have or to fill the gaps that Raven may have left out in her own conversations or reviews. The character of Grant Alexander (the object of Raven's desire)......well, through most of the book, my jury was out. He was a tough nut to crack, riding on an emotional roller coaster that would zig and zag every direction; but given what had happened to him it was somewhat understandable. As the story goes on, he becomes more of a mystery wrapped inside an enigma, and.................
well, if I say any more, I'd give away the ending.
The only issues I have with this book are that while Raven and Kat's backstory is noted briefly in print, I felt I got more of their backstory from reading the back cover of the book. The other is that the book ended on such a cliffhanger that-----*(clap)* OK, I know that was done to prepare the reader for the next book. And in that regard, I can't wait to read it!
A job well done! If "half" stars were available, I'd rate this 4.5 out of 5.
Raven's Innocence introduces you to Raven Pierce, a Psychologist whose specialty is helping people through their own emotional journey. However, when it comes to her own life things aren't as easily diagnosed. Enter the sexy and mysterious Grant Alexander who drives Raven's emotions to new levels of confusion.
Even the secondary characters were interesting - you'll love Raven's BFF Kat and their playful witty banter. Asher will "wooo" you with his charm.
There's something intoxicating and wickedly delicious about Raven's Innocence. I am ready for the sequel!
Fantastic job Nicky! I look forward to reading more from you!