- File Size: 2100 KB
- Print Length: 61 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (March 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CFAX51S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #694,833 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Remingtons: Harvesting Love (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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I really wanted to love this book, but grammar and punctuation errors and a lack of back story and character development just kept taking me out of the story. The ten year span of separation was odd. The girl, Beatrice, acted like the break up was recent. Will and Bea had some kind of relationship at some point, but it was unclear how involved it was. I wasn't sure if they were friends, friends with benefits or a couple. They met, I think, at the same martial arts school. Bea fell in love with Will, but Will ended up marrying a girl who told him she was pregnant with his child. It seemed unbelievable to me that a man circa 2006 (if this is ten years before 2016) would marry a woman without proof that the child was his. Also, these days (and in 2006) people share a child without getting married. But what really bugged me was the kind of guy this situation made Will out to be. Was he cheating on the girl he supposedly got pregnant with Bea or on Bea with this other woman? Again, it was unclear.
There wasn't any kind of back story to explain the character's history and their relationship. No quirky little remembrances of their time together or a look back on a steamy and romantic night they spent together. Without that, I didn't believe their feelings and found myself not really caring if they got together.Read more ›
"Harvesting Love" is a quick read in the Remington Kindle World Series. It is the story of two people who have lived from afar for the past 10 years because William made a choice to marry the "wrong woman" and telling Beatrice that he didn't love her. For both of them, they have focused on work and hobbies to get through their days while neither of them has ever moved on.
William eventually finds a way to reconnect with Beatrice. She is reluctant to reengage with him and her best friend Jodi is reluctant for Beatrice to begin seeing William again. What both William
And Beatrice recognize individually is that they need to let
The last go and focus on the present. They are both different people than they were 10 years ago and need to focus on starting a present day relationship and see if they are compatible now. As Beattice states at the end of the novella to William: "I have to say goodbye (to the man that broke my heart), so I can say hello to who you are now."
It is presumed that they will have a good and successful future together, although that is pretty much left to the reader to conclude with the last line staging "...and the happy future in front of them."
That is the novella is a nutshell. It is a quick and easy read not really linked to the Remington series character or location wise. There is really very little depth to the storyline or even to the characters.
Over all i can see the potential but it feels rushed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was given this as an ARC for an honest view. I liked the story line, but as other reviewers have pointed out it mentions a couple of Melissa Fosters characters but they are not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by katiemay
I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
This is a sweet novella about a couple who reconnect after many years apart due to a misunderstanding. Read more