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- Print Length: 450 pages
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- Publisher: Maverick Oak Press (November 11, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017M768NG
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,350 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I liked the first book in the series — Will story. This one, the second, is much inferior. The premises of the story was OK … as for the delivery? Too much repetition. On the first half, Sebastian’s fears were repeated ad nauseam, which makes one wonder why. It seems that the authors were not convinced that his reasons were genuine. Well, I didn’t buy them, but the repetition, rather than convince me, made me antsy. How many times can one use the word toxic in a book?
As for the sex scenes? Too many, too descriptive and, the ones I read (most I skipped), left me cold — too low on emotional content. Also, having sex on a dirt workshop, full of metal dust and who knows what else, doesn’t feel romantic from any angle. Yucky!
On the plus side......I absolutely loved all those great descriptions of Charlie's sculptures, and I fell in love with the Zanti misfits! When they were describing the fountains and the sculpture, I could see it so vividly in my minds eye. I also loved the way Sebastain & Charlie were able to bring out the best of each other, when no one else ever could. I loved Francine. What a total sweetheart, and brave, too. Of course no one will ever be as sweet & caring like Bob & Susan, they have to be the most lovable and caring couple I've ever met. It was also great to catch up with Will, Harper, Jeremy, Noah, and all of the other Maverick's again.
I can't say that about Whitney, though. My only hope is that Evan will someday soon wake up and see her for the hateful witch that she's become. I don't in any way, shape, or form buy that she's that way because of the miscarriages. Heck, I'm even stating to wonder if there were even miscarriages at all, and not abortions. Or if she just faked the whole pregnancy thing in the first place, just to get attention. Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems aweful funny that she's so into trying to be the limelight all the time, and she very rarely bothers with anyone--- that doesn't in some way or another---serve as a purpose to her.
On the flip side, I can't wait to see what Ms. Andre has in store for Matt in the next book.
I liked both Sebastian and Charlie, but did get a little tired of all the angst over whether they were right for each other. Sebastian was sure that his past meant he wasn't good enough for Charlie. Charlie didn't think she belonged in a billionaire's world, and was sure that Sebastian would get tired of her. Their thoughts about this were repeated so often that they got really old.
I also thought it was odd that Charlie was described as an independent woman, yet she just couldn't seem to stand up to Sebastian about his plans for her career. His plans were not what she wanted, but she didn't tell him for a long time, almost derailing their relationship. Her inability to tell him how she felt is not the behavior of an "independent" woman.
This one get 3.5 stars from me, rounded up to 4 stars.
Positive note: the editing was better than average.
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There is this unmistakeable bond between them and especially between Sebastian and Chalrlie’s mum. He spends so much time trying to help her and yet he cant which hurt him. He only wants to make their lives easier.
However from the beginning it is obvious that he wants Charlie and that Charlie wants him. However she's not convinced that the amount of money that she's been given is also payment for her to sleep with him.
Sebastian sets out on a mission to prove that he does truly have feeling for her and that he wants her. He meets her mother and oh my days I fell in love with him so much more. He's so alpha and yet so caring. He wants to do anything he can to ease her suffering and I must say that is the most endearing thing about him.
Sebastian's bond with his family and Charlie's bond with hers makes this book an all rounder and one of my favourite books this year!
This book is Bella and Jennifer masterpiece and it's been worth the wait.
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Lovely story, great plot, loved the characters, enjoyed how sweet and easy the romance is, some angst, some steamy moments, but overall a lovely read.
Sebastian Montgomery is one of the leading media moguls in the world and also one of the Maverick Group and when he spots a sculpture he looks for the artist Charlie Ballard and commissions her to do a sculpture for his new high rise building.
What he gets in return is a love and understanding and sometimes turbulent moments when he tries to fix her problems, he doesn't realise that all Charlie wants is him but he has to go overboard to fix things so people can have a better life a better life his parents didn't give him they squashed everything good in his life so he tries sometimes to hard to help others.
Charlie and her mother Francine helps Sebastian with everything they have even tho Francine has crippling arthritis, it's a beautiful story of terrible times that hurt and beautiful times of love I especially love the epilogue were Matt Tremont another Maverick explains the sculpture I got chill-bumps as if the thing was real the way a movie plays and you get the feelings as you watch I've never had that in a book before but this is diffidently a must read I'd give 10stars if I could 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
So overall I would recommend it, especially if you like your romance lighthearted and sweet. And I will certainly look out for Matt's story when it's released.
Their story is beautiful, they go throughout highs and lows...
Well done Bella, another great book in the Maverick series!!