- File Size: 2626 KB
- Print Length: 314 pages
- Publication Date: July 26, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01J668PG4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #742,752 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book was an amazing. I just couldn't put this book down.
I reviewed this book for KFA
One of my favorite things about The Road to Paradise was catching up with the characters from the previous books, like Bliss, Steven, and Finn. It was so fun to see how they were all doing and how their lives were progressing. Although this can be read as a stand alone, it would be best enjoyed after reading the previous 2 books in the series so that you are more familiar with the characters. A wonderful book to close the series!!
I received a copy of this book and am voluntarily reviewing.
Don't read this review if you don't want to hear the "big secret", because it's the main reason I gave this book 1 star. I feel I need to explain why. First off, it wasn't really a secret. I figured it out when Jack introduced Nicki to Carol and John. It was obvious what the author was going to do. I hate the "obvious". I mean, if I can figure it out, why couldn't Nicki? She was married to him, for years, at that point. But then, Jack just had to wait until the love of his life, his soul mate, was 8 and a half months pregnant, with complications related to her blood pressure, to tell her that John was his son from when he was 17 and he seduced a 39 year old woman?!?Come on. I don't care if it was the 70s. It was still rape. And even Nicki mentioned it was wrong and he poo-pooed her. One of the reasons I liked these books was because of the strong women. She just took the fact he was raped, as a teenager and accepted it. She just accepted the fact that he had a disabled child, now disabled man, that he didn't tell her about for years, and well, basically told him, ok, I'll accept all this lieing and your denial about being abused and we will just accept John in to our home and live as a big happy family. She didn't even expect him to tell his family he had a kid. Christ , talk about dysfunction. Not to mention it goes against everything we know about Nicki's personality. It's one thing to accept your spouse and their faults and love them, it's another to accept their lies, for months/years, knowing that Jack wouldn't have said anything about it, ever, if carol hadn't gotten sick. This part of the story ruined it for me. I wish I would have stopped reading after book 1. Ugh.
I love how these books take you into the inside works and world of Hollywood that you would never think of!
These stories are powerful, emotional and raw. This one was no exception to that.
Reading the other books prior to this is a must to really know these couples and their journeys. Each has a beautifully written story and hiccups in their road to paradise.
This road while paved in glitz and glamor can be bumpy, full or terrain and downright terrifying to navigate.
I have shed tears for these characters and have felt so much part of their stories like I am living it all with them!
Leslie has given us all her men and women together in one book, allowing us to see the continuation of their stories in one big bowl of goodness with a side of laughter, tears, anger, and love. The HOT factor is off the charts and the characters we have come to love just keep giving us more to remember them by.
I love all of Leslie’s men, but maybe, just maybe, Jack is taking a little step ahead in this book.
The writing continues to evolve and the character development is just fantastic, showing us how wonderful these characters have been from the beginning. The dynamic of their friendships, the way they handle what life throws their way, and the way they love each other, all elements that Leslie has woven in such a way that you can’t help but want to be a part of their story. Amazing!