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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Second Chance Hero is the epitome of never giving up on love, no matter the lapse of time, circumstances in life that arise, and tragedy that happens when life decides to throw a wicked curve ball.
Once I had the time to start her book, I was glued. I couldn't put it down. Every sentence pulled at my heart and I had to keep turning the page.
Not only is this story about never giving up on love, it's also about growth, redemption, family, passion, second chances, and believing in yourself.
Family is everything to both Deacon and Jenna. Not only did I instantly fall in love with Deacon (what girl wouldn't? Tall, muscular, smart, driven, sexy as hell, and an accent!), my heart became attached to Jenna. She is strong, beautiful, charismatic, and intelligent.
In Ms. Sherwin's story, she described the characters and their feelings so well. I cried when they were sad and laughed when they were happy. I also got mad a few times, and cursed them under my breath! Evoking such strong emotions from readers is not an easy task, and Ms. Sherwin surpassed that.
Ms. Sherwin has a very promising future in her young writing career. This book is definitely in my top ten favorites. I look forward to reading more of her work in the future.
This is a MUST READ! Keep in mind, you will need a box of tissues for some tears!!
These are soul mates almost from birth but they are best friends growing up and until the hormones kick in. Then when they do kick in they do not know what to do with them and do the typical fighting and getting back at one another, needing more than anything to just grow up and communicate. It is a really good story and I enjoyed it I would recommend it as well.
That being said, I had a few problems with Jenna, the heroine, at college she is sleeping around to the point that her reputation is shot. Then she quits all that and starts sleeping with just one guy. They don't live together but sleep back and forth in each other's apartments. She DOES NOT LOVE this guy, he is just comfortable and convenient. The reason I bring this up is because a good part of the book she slams him, the hero, for sleeping with women and not committing to any of them. It seems as tho they are more than willing to take him in the parking lot, grocery store, you name it. They just want to get him to bed. Not the ones you would take home to mother. They know up front he is a player and he makes that clear to them. They are more than willing to play the game. Now, what I don't understand in her thinking in why HE IS a hound dog for "treating" women this way and she is able to cast stones when she DID THE SAME THING. I don't think she ever compared the two actions as her being just as guilty of what she was accusing him of. She really judged him over this. Pot calling the kettle black???
She did get on my nerves just a bit. In love with one guy and yet still in a relationship with a guy she could barely stand and that treated her awful. I didn't get that. I have to wonder how she would have reacted if he was sleeping with her and had a girl friend that he was stringing along?? Weird, but it did all make for a good story and I did like the story.
That said -- whatever version of this book I had, was fraught with spelling errors. Not a case of the UK vs. US spellings or usage.