- File Size: 1665 KB
- Print Length: 328 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: MAM Books LLC (July 25, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012LE38CO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,631 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The plot in this book is different than the plot in Marry Me for Money, which I was happy about. Sometimes authors recycle the bones of a plot and add in different fluff to make the book seem different, but still able to fit into a series. I was very happy that Mia Kayla did not do this. A lot of times I get bored and feel like I am reading the same book over and over. Mia Kayla was sure to make The Scheme a refreshing new tale, with some of the minor characters from the other book. I absolutely loved the plot and I especially loved the idea that love blossoms in unique ways.
The characters are developed very nicely in The Scheme. Like I said before, Brain was not my favorite character when I picked this book up. While he was not a villain or anything, I just didn’t seem to connect with his character in Marry Me for Money which led me to be worried about how I would feel about him in this book. Kendy is also featured in Marry Me for Money. I was surprised that it was these two minor characters that ended up in a book together. With that being said, I loved them together. I loved Kendy to begin with so I really liked that she got her own book. While Brian was busy developing, I was busy falling in love with him. This book changed my mind on him completely.
Mia Kayla sure knows how to bring heat. She has no qualms about describing every detail either. I really enjoyed this about the book. I also liked that the intimate scenes did not seem forced. With the topic of the book, I expected 80% of it to be these intimate moments, as that’s what authors usually do, but I was pleasantly surprised that Mia was able to include just enough intimate scenes to feel organic with the story while also developing the characters and allowing the story to progress naturally.
I really did like this book, but there were a couple of minor things that bothered me about this book. First, I felt that Kendy would have consulted Beth a bit more. I don’t want to give anything away so I will just say that I feel it would’ve been a little more realistic if Kendy had called Beth and had a discussion with her about Brian on the beginning of the book. I also felt that Kendy was such a strong character, but at times I felt she was acting and sounding a little immature. I just felt if she was taken a notch up on the maturity scale that it would’ve been more enjoyable for me personally. I also felt that the minor characters were a little bit too minor. I really felt that Kendy’s nurse friend was just a blip on the radar rather than in the story. Trey, another minor character, was a little more than a blip, but not by much. I felt these two characters could’ve been used to develop the story more and make them feel like a set part of the story rather than a passing wind. With that being said, I really enjoyed this book.
In conclusion, The Scheme is a wonderful book that I would recommend to friends and family. I did enjoy the content of the book and I was surprised by how much I really liked the characters. I also loved the romance of the book. It shows that even simple things can be done to make a woman feel loved and appreciated. I also liked how it was told from dual perspectives. I cannot wait to read more from Mia Kayla.
Writing Style: 5/5
In this book, we have Kendall (Kendy), a small town girl with an attitude. She is not a “one-size fits all” girl, but a girl with many layers. Just like Beth (from Marry Me for Money), she is spunky as hell. She is hilarious, knows what she wants and goes for it. She also has a childlike innocence about her that you just can’t help fall for. For all her bravado, on the inside, she is just as scared of falling in love and letting someone else in – just like the rest of us.
As for Brandon, I LOVED that he was a NICE guy. Too many times, books and movies have told us that it’s only the bad boys that get the girl. But fear not, in this book, the GOOD and NICE guy gets the girl. Just like in Christina Lauren’s “Beautiful Secret“, but I digress.
Anyways, it was pleasure watching Brian and Kendy realize just how much they mean to each other, but it was definitely a treat watching Brian fall first and so determined to “court” Kendy – so to speak.
This book wasn’t all fun and games, as there are some heavy topics dealt with. I LOVED how Ms Kayla didn’t gloss over said issues. They were dealt with with honesty and grace and compassion.
But most of all, what I LOVED about this book was the lesson that love, indeed, can cure all. It has the power to elevate and heal us. The lesson is that when it comes to LOVE, we need to trust in it, because it truly is the greatest gift of all
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