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- File size : 2149 KB
- Publication date : March 31, 2020
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Print length : 193 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Publisher : Range Road Press (March 31, 2020)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B085X3VCSN
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,206,188 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It's still uncertain whom is behind their break up two years prior, they reconnect fairly quickly. Cole is excited about given the opportunity to learn to be race manager from Milly's dad. He does well with his first race. Unfortunately, Milly is headed back to England with her mom to give racing a true shot. This means Cole and Milly will be apart for another year. I wonder if they can handle the long distance relationship or will someone get in the way again. It was a quick read and I finished it in one sitting.
But when they met again, that connection was still there. They couldn't avoid each other and came together like nothing changed.
Sometimes, time apart is the best thing to happen. You realize what really matters and what it is you truly want in life. Their relationship can be easily connected with readers. The author did a good job bringing them to life and keeping readers engaged.
I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy.
Who sent the break up text and blocked the calls!? I thought this was pretty important and it was just dropped. Again, was this something in the first book and I just didn't know? Was it really just dropped and glossed over? Ooor, do I need to read the next book, or first book (a typical author ploy)...so that was a negative aspect for me. I would have liked to see more sleuthing from Milly into who would sent the text and blocked the calls then the continual horse details. If I were her, i would be outraged and needing to at least do some further digging. Or maybe the answer was even included and I just missed it.
There was so much horse talk (horse fans would love this book), I felt like that aspect could have been cut back a bit to get into more of their relationship and feelings or even Cole's fathers history, or either more of their own histories. I will admit, all the horse detail made my mind wander a bit- it's not really my thing.
Without going into many specifics. the ending bothered me. Although it was actually pretty realistic and true to life. But I tend to gravitate to these books for the cheesy happy endings (even if unrealistic) for a sweet escape. Not that this one was not "happy." I just would have preferred her saying "I love you" and "we WILL be together" kind of thing, but they both needed to follow their dreams and they were young. So again, realistic. I'm assuming they will be revisited as a "side" story in one of the next band member's stories so we can know what happened. Another reason series bug me unless they follow the same couple throughout; just a personal preference, I know many don't feel this way.
Another issue, and this is me being picky again: at 81% ish of the book....why didn't Cole just tell her the reasons he didn't want to go to England? He had valid reasons which could have enabled them to have an actual adult conversation instead of him just calling it quits.
I also found small editing mistakes, however it did not impact the overall reading experience (they were minor). I really wanted to love this book, but I just liked it. Cute read, but was unable to focus on it much of the time, and that could have been because of the horse details or because I did feel I was missing "something"!? I don't know. I did enjoy the authors writing style though - some very cute, funny lines and of course some steam between the couple which is always a plus. She was also very descriptive in many areas that you were able to get a very vivid picture in your head.
I received a free copy of this book and I voluntarily reviewed it.
The story line was entertaining and had some twists and turns. This is the second in a series and I am interested to read the third to see what happens.
I received this book free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.