The Rest of My Life (Choc Lit) Kindle Edition
|Length: 320 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Sienna has been raised by her father. Ever since her mother died her father has been very protective over her. She and her best friend Lauren rent a cottage which looks out over the docks. They have seen Adam from a distance and are not oblivious to his good looks. Sienna thinks he is gorgeous but also knows about his romantic escapades. When her dog escapes from the cottage and jumps into the water Adam comes to the rescue. Because of the fact that her dog has arthritis he can’t swim. Sienna is more than thankful, but can’t seem to do anything right with Adam.
Sienna is writing a book and she has been asked to put in some bedroom scenes. She knows that if there's one person who can help her with those steamy scenes it must be Adam. When she turns to him for help they both can’t deny the attraction they feel towards each other.
The Rest Of My Life is an amazing story about loss, hurt and finding love again. Adam is actually a truly sweet man but he needs to heal. The ghost of his fiancée is following him around and he doesn’t understand what she wants from him. He makes a lot of wrong decisions on his path to becoming whole again. Sienna is one of the few people who can see the good in Adam. She stands by him through everything.
Sheryl Browne pulled me in from the very beginning and I couldn’t stop reading. I grabbed my kindle immediately, even when I only had a few minutes to read. I already knew that Suze is a big fan of Sheryl’s books and she told me that I would love her stories as well. She was right. Sheryl Browne has found a new fan in me.
Sienna and Adam through a rocky but alluring road find out what’s in store for them for the rest of their lives.
Fantastic read – thank you Ms. Browne.
I had mixed emotions about this book. For the most part I enjoyed it. Sienna is fairly young, and is doing rewrites to her screenplay. Her editor has told her she needs to sex it up a little, but Sienna has no sexual experience, other than an ex who aggressively groped her, leading to their breakup. Enter Adam.
Sienna has dubbed Adam “Lothario” in her head due to the string of women in his wake. Adam is running from life. His ex-fiance's ghost is silently following him around, their baby – or is it actually his brother's baby? - is being raised by her sister and Adam never sees her. He exists on odd jobs mowing lawns and such, and just wants to get his boat in running shape and sail around alone, having quick meet and greets with women along the way. He doesn't see why sleeping with married women is an issue, as long as it's strictly sex and not a relationship. And then he meets Sienna.
With Adam, we have a character who learns from his mistaken behavior, who grows as the book progresses, who redeems himself. Sienna, not so much. She was pretty much the same character at the end as she was at the beginning. Not that I didn't like her. I did, and I appreciated her loyalty to Adam and coming to his defense when her father and her roommate put him down.
Her father. He was the character who gave me the mixed emotions. At a pivotal point in the book, he shows up at the cottage and moves in for two weeks. Because he apparently did not trust Sienna to deal with her own messy relationship. At the point where Adam needs to man up, Daddy comes in and becomes his daughter's guardian, practically stalking Adam and watching every move he makes with a glare in his eyes. It was as if Sienna and Adam were a couple of fifteen-year-olds, and I just found the whole situation ridiculous. I wanted to shout at Daddy to butt out and go home.
Interfering fathers aside, this was a sweet and amusing romance, with some tense and gripping moments toward the end.
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