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- Print Length: 199 pages
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- Publication Date: January 9, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FE6O0HO
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #893,874 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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First off, I feel that Shari Copell did a wonderful job with her characters, the emotion, detail, and story line it was all really well written. I didn't enjoy the story that much but I feel like it was just me, the relationship between Chelsea and Asher is one that I couldn't really get behind for the majority of the book. I kept thinking why is Chelsea putting herself through this and why in the name of the God's does he keep running away from his feelings?! But in the end I felt that everything worked out the way it was meant to and things get revealed and resolved in a way that fixed all my earlier doubts and resignations.
Chelsea and Asher were fantastic, the made incredible friends and had a magnetic energy or pulling force between them that radiated with sexual tension. The two of them made me laugh and also made me sad, they reminded me that just because you love someone completely doesn't mean that you are meant to be. I felt insanely sad and at the same time kind of saw it coming when things hit their first turn in the road between them, but with that came a new beginning for Chelsea and the tall, blonde and handsome Swedish Tage. I wasn't a huge fan of how quickly things went with the two of them but in reality my "courtship" and marriage moved equally as fast and my life has a very similar story line. Maybe that is why I couldn't really get into it as much as I was hoping to, I just felt like aside from the crazy brushes with death I reading a story about my life.
After all is said and done I really did end up liking this book, the characters are what clinched it for me, they were so real and heartbreaking that I couldn't help but love them and their story. Copell you did a wonderful job and I look forward to reading the next book in the series! Anyone reading this, if you have not yet read this book you should give it a go it is worth the read and has a sad but heartwarming ending.
WARNING: It goes without saying that this book has sexual content and adult language. However, if you like your books to have a neat and tidy happy ending, you probably won't enjoy this one. Life is messy sometimes. This story reflects that.
“Asher Pratt had been a drug for me, and I wasn’t sure I wasn’t still addicted.”
Chelsea Whitaker works as a waitress at Tapestries, a trendy Pittsburgh bar. She’s doing her best to avoid Asher Pratt, the Pittsburgh rock legend who shattered her heart years ago.
When he takes a job at Tapestries just to be near her, Chelsea has some decisions to make.
She soon discovers that some things never change. It’s all she can do to keep a tight hold on her heart as Asher takes her for another wild ride.
I guess a lot of this rang some bells of my past, present and future, but overall it was just a fun read with the right amounts of romance and smut; throw a long haired guitarist into the mix and how can you go wrong? For this 80's rocker chick, you certainly can't.
I'm trying to find ways to review this without going too deep into spoiler territory. Some of the situations Chels got into were a little over the top, but they worked perfectly to make the story flow. Some of Asher's reasonings were so illogical - until you've spent some time with musicians. As flawed as he is, it again works perfectly for the story. The Swede in me can't help swooning for Tage as well.
Will definitely be checking out other works by this author, and will highly recommend for those who need a little chick-lit with a touch of smut. I will be rereading - which is actually pretty rare for me to intentionally do.