- File Size: 575 KB
- Print Length: 369 pages
- Publisher: Nicole Edwards Limited; 2 edition (October 27, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 27, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015DQEFE2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,080 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Now, I don’t want you to think I didn’t enjoy this book. I actually really liked the story and getting to know the guys at Pier 70. I’m looking forward to learning more about all of them, especially Hudson and Teague. The relationship Cam’s dad has with him and all of the other guys is wonderful and it was great to read about such a supportive dad when the mom isn’t around. We don’t really get to meet Cam’s sister and her family in any significant way. It makes me wonder if she’ll be involved in future stories. If not, she was really a throw-away character.
I guess what it comes down to is depth. I love ALL the characters, even those I didn’t see too much, and the story line. There were quite a few warm-fuzzy moments that really gave me an attachment to both Cam and Gannon. And the chemistry between the two is off the charts…hot, hot, hot. Yet as a whole I felt there was a lot more to the story if we could have just seen one or two more layers down.
As many of you know, I am reading all of Nicole Edwards’ books in order of publication. Although all of her books can be read at standalone, I find I love the crossovers through the different series so I’m enjoying reading them in order. This book absolutely can be read without reading any of her other books. It truly stands very strongly as the first of a series and not one of a sub-series.
There was a lot of hype about this book, and judging by the teasers, I was excited to tick it off my TBR.
Whilst this book was good, it wasn't brilliant.
Gannon was a strange character, one minute he was suppose to be all shy and blushing at the what Milly was saying infront of Cam during the first meeting to then driving an hour to ask Cam out.
Cam was also a hard to decipher.. why was his name Reckless? He didn't do anything to crazy during the book, I wish we would of seen him do something dangerous and actually experience him earning his Reckless title... all he really did do is mope around.
The whole tension building with Roan kinda fizzled out into nothing which I was kind of disappointed about it i am honest, I expected more of a bang regarding that whole issue.
Also, as understanding as I am of Cam's situation and fears, I wish something happened to actually make him worry.. plane accident, hospital visit, hotel robbery.. something for him to actually justify going all 180 for no real reason other then Gannon having to work..
Dare, Teague and Hudson were fun side characters, I can't wait to read more about them, unfortunately I am in no read rush to enter back into the world of Pier 70 Marina.
Gannon has also lost people close to him, but it was their choice to send him on his way. Abandoned because he is gay, Gannon lives with an omnipresent fear that he will be abandoned again. The question in this book is "will these guys find a way to get past their baggage and work things out?"
The dialogue and relationships between the MCs and the secondary characters is strong, which I like a lot. The reason I had to take away 1/2 a star is there were too many things that were so unbelievable that they took me out of the book for a time. For example, four men own this business together which would require maturity and good sense. Yet Cam displays a lot of immaturity at times, including an unwillingness to talk about what is bothering him. Roan (Cam's best friend and business partner) suddenly is in love with Cam? Or at least he suddenly decides it's time to spill it to Cam. I hate that have an opinion of Roan that he's weak because I know he will get his own story in the future. I am guessing the author will find a way to resolve that issue for anyone who has read this book before Roan's story unfolds fully.
I am looking forward to reading the next book, Dare's story. And also seeing more of what is going on with Teague and Hudson. (The Teague/Hudson thing was a really nice secondary story. Nicely woven into Cam's story.)
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