- File Size: 2395 KB
- Print Length: 292 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 162878007X
- Publication Date: November 21, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GW9K8EG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,498 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rock Bottom (Tristan & Danika Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Rock Bottom is the perfect title for the story and you will have to read and find out this story continues. My heart absolutely broke for Danika and the life she has had. You will find yourself fighting for her to have her happy ending and having the love she deserves.
Tristan--what more can I say about him? When he loves, he loves HARD and he's very protective of those he loves...
RK Lilley is truly an amazing storyteller. How she comes up with these brilliant stories, I have no idea. One minute you're reading a scene thinking, "Yay, they are finally together and they can go pick out curtains and new dishes." but then next, something unexpectedly happens and trust me she leaves no questions unanswered; she addresses them all. Everything a character does has a reason.
Rock-Bottom left me in tears, laughs, but most of all full of hope for these charcters/
This was a good book, don't get me wrong, but I really don't understand why this series is being drawn out into 3 books. I guess we'll see after book 3.
There was a lot of sex. I feel like such a prude saying this, because it rarely bothers me, the steamier the book, the better in my eyes, but there was just too much sex IMO. I began skimming after the 30% mark. They get mad, the have sex, they're happy, they have sex, they breathe, they have sex. I think what bothered me was they didn't seem like they were put there to push along the storyline, its like they were there for the sake of being there, no reason.
And I didn't understand the purpose of Frankie's 2 chapters. Maybe that will be revealed in book 3, but I just didn't get it. I mean it was nice to see what was going on with Frankie, but it didn't seem to serve a purpose other than to throw some James Cavendish in there, I mean Tristan and Danika weren't even in there.
However, I did like the book, as much as it sounds like I may not have. Knowing something was going to happen, after reading the In Flight series, I was on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what exactly happened and how it happened. And it didn't disappoint. I was not expecting what happened to have happened that way. Great job! It's nice not to predict what's going to happen in a book.
I'll definitely be waiting anxiously for book 3.
I've never quite experienced the kind of foolish, erratic, almost non-sensical reading emotions as I have with these two. It's like you know as they know how irrational and brash they are but while they're unable stop it you as the reader are unable to tear your eyes away. They make readers feel as crazy their love for another. There were so many spots in this story where the inner dialogues of both Tristan and Danika didn't match their actions at all. While I recognize the back and forth, push/pull of their dynamic is part of their allure something about what we learned from inner thoughts wasn't connecting with the rash and rushed actions together. Once or twice I would have brushed off but this occurred multiple times throughout the prose.
Never the less, Lilley once again compelled me to feel addicted to Tristan and Danika while they were so very low in Rock Bottom. Expect the unexpected as both Tristan and Danika narrate their heart breaking journey as though their fondly remembering each other on a journey of devastation and what I'm assuming will be much growth. As such, I'm about as addicted to their story as they are to each other and very much look forward to completing their trilogy.