- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 9 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Melissa Foster
- Audible.com Release Date: May 22, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072LP9F59
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Read, Write, Love: The Remingtons, Book 5 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The Verdict: Kurt was every bit the quiet thinker I expected, but of course he still had that Remington sex appeal and strong family values. His life, however, revolves around his writing schedule, and while it's certainly good for his career, outside of his siblings and parents, he doesn't have much else.
His initial reaction to Leanna was hilarious, the perfect combination of annoyed and attracted and intrigued, and while he couldn't exactly wrap his head around her piles of laundry and inattention to all the ways her life was completely disorderly, it was just the kind of disorder he needed. I especially loved the way he just accepted her dog as part of the package deal, knowing that including Pepper in just about everything he and Leanna did was important to keeping her happy.
I was surprised by the lack of angsty conflict in this book when compared to the others in the series. There were no giant misunderstandings or grudges, no sacrificing the relationship in some misguided attempt to preserve anything for the other person. There was still conflict, namely how they would manage a future together when it seemed their careers would require their being apart, but it was cool to read a story where the romantic pair didn't do something inanely stupid and almost ruin things. That's not to say I avoid the stories where that happens, since the truth is that we all do really stupid things when it comes to relationships. But I thoroughly enjoyed that the characters were up front and pretty much faced things head-on.
Read, Write, Love is just another great story in the epic romantic saga that is Love in Bloom, and if you love romance reads, grab the whole series. It's got every kind of strong male lead you could want, from the sensitive writer to the angry survivalist, and every single one of them is just perfect. Leanna and Kurt add a new splatter of color to the series with her rather whimsical personality and his complete devotion to her.
M18 due to explicit sexual situations.
This is a fabulous introduction into the Seaside Gang...I can't wait to get to know each of them in their own stories and watch their journey unfold.
“The truth is, most people spend more time with their jobs than they do with their spouses, so if you don’t enjoy it, you’ll…divorce it.” His voice grew serious. “Life’s too short to stay married to a career you hate. You’re probably smarter than half the people out there who are begrudgingly going to their jobs every day.”
A first for both of us
“You need me in your life.” Oh, hell yeah, I do . “I don’t need any man in my life. But I want you in it.”
I feel it in my crazy- ass heart . I love you.”
“You fill my empty spots.” He loved her so much that his heart ached. He wiped the tear with the pad of his thumb and held her close. “You fill mine, too. Even the ones I never knew I had.”
Kurt. “Be there for those who matter most. Not just with lessons, but with life, Kurt. It goes by far faster than you can imagine.”
“You are my moment, Leanna. If you’re here, I want to be right here with you. Every minute of every day.”
Kurt was kind of the mystery Remington in the prior books so it was nice to get his story. I really liked it.