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- Print Length: 372 pages
- Publication Date: April 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071CDT2G9
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #377,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book is boring, predictable and trite.
The hero was a self-pitying milquetoast rich boy. Instead of manning up and taking control of his life so he would feel worthy and like he had something to offer Addie, he ran away. I hoped during that time he'd have made something of himself, but all he did was self destruct and become another pathetic soul who needs pills to cope with 'depression' and 'anxiety.' I have an idea. Man up and take responsibility for your life, mate. But it's all good, because daddy gave him his company so he really didn't have to bother getting any of that pesky self-worth on his own merit, after all. He was just so bland and boring.
The hero needed more edge, the heroine needed a personality infusion of her own and the story needed more convincing conflict than this child's play. And there was just so much filler. I kept thinking any minute now...any minute this is going to go somewhere. But no. I skimmed probably 50 pages of meandering plot filler - not including the endless sex scenes - and never lost my place because. Nothing. Happened.
There are too many characters included that are written like the reader should care about them but, why? I didn't feel like I knew Evin. Or Lilly or Tyler, for that matter, so why was I supposed to care about a shallow, one-dimensional character with perhaps 5 full pages of content in the book? Why was I supposed to care about Tyler's death or feel compassion for those who lost him? And who waits a week to inform his best friend that the man who was supposedly like a brother to him had died?!
This story was poorly executed and completely forgettable, beginning with the too-long YA part. Never understood why RJ was such a school heartthrob if he wasn't a jock or a good student. He was apparently rich. Was he handsome? Because neither he nor Addie had a physical description let alone any quality that made them characters to connect to.
Unoriginal plot filler alert: the always annoying unexpected birth control failure. Yawn.
Why do so many writers have their heroines wind up pregnant while on the Pill?!
This actually happens so very rarely it's ridiculous that I see it so often in books. Better to use a busted condom rather than the failure of a highly EFFECTIVE method of birth control to explain this tired plot device.
As soon as Addie fell pregnant I should have given up on this book, but I paid for it and hoped it would get better.
The epilogue was the most depressing I've read that didn't involve death. Three kids under 4 and another pregnancy when the youngest is just months old is NOT AN HEA. It isn't romantic. What an utter buzzkill. They were reunited 2 months after a 7 year separation, didn't even know their adult selves and the dumb girl gets pregnant. Again. With twins.
Then a 3rd. Then a 4th. They didn't need more sexy times, they needed a nap, a nanny and surgical sterilization.
A more realistic epilogue would deal with the inevitable divorce looming on the horizon. By the time their litter ages up enough for them to remember the actual married part, they'll realise they don't know one another. All that sex won't seem so romantic anymore, especially not to him! When the reality of her saggy, misshapen brood-mare body sets in, not even Viagra will relight that fire.
One last thing about the epilogue.
Children that age don't sit in highchairs, throw their sippy cups and call their father 'da-da.' If kids must be included in a story, it's helpful if the writer knows the differences between a two-year-old toddler and a child between 3 and 4 years of age.
I loved RJ and Addie's story the most so far. This one will require Kleenex. Beautifully written.
I'd write more in the way of a review but I'm really eager to start book 4 now.....
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