- File Size: 1495 KB
- Print Length: 374 pages
- Publisher: ePublishing Works! (June 9, 2011)
- Publication Date: June 9, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0055X0CVO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,103 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Say You Love Me Kindle Edition
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Violet and Iris are twin sisters that suffer a voilent event on their move out west. Jacie grows up with parents who try to love her and each other, but fall short. Their part in the story isn't the focus. Most of the story takes place with Jacie finding true love and then trying to decide between true love and a nice man that loves her, but does she love him? Does she understand what true love is? She learns and grows up during a trip to find her own roots.
I don't want to give away the plot, but I did enjoy reading this book. The points of views from the characters were well defined. The story flowed mostly well. I did find a few editing mistakes, but not enough to have it be an issue.
Over all, if you like strong, handsome, romantic heros, or the western historical romance theme, I recommend this book.
******* SPOILER ALERT ******** The ending was good but I wish that Jacie could have been reunited with her mother.
Overall, this book was a nice, light read and I would recommend it to others.
But when learning that her mother is really her aunt and her real mother had been taken by Indians and had been seen just ten years ago, she leaves a note for her fiancé when he goes out of town, saying there’s something she has to do and will be back in a few months. It’s while she’s on her journey to find her mother that she understands what she really wants in life.
It’s been decades since I’d read any books by this author. Not because I hadn’t enjoyed them, but even a voracious reader has to pick and choose where to spend their time and money. But I jumped on the chance when it was offered for free.
I was disappointed. At no time did I ever connect with Jacie and her feelings, something I consider very important in a romance. I guess I’ve gotten used to better world building. New experiences for Jacie—other than sex—are glossed over. And I found it quite unbelievable that a virgin back then would be so willing to remove her clothes without more encouragement from the guy.
The story became more interesting at what in my Kindle was the 80% mark. Although with previews from other books, the story ends at 93%. The ending was incredibly rushed. It seems like the author got bored and just wanted to see it finished.
I wouldn’t necessarily call it a bad story. It’s just that there are so many better books out there.
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