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The writing is flawless. This is NOT one of those books that are riddled with typos and ridiculous sentence structures or incomplete thoughts. It is exceptionally well-written (how I expect books to be written, you know, well edited, proper spelling and punctuation, etc). The author took her time with character development, allowing me to really feel as if I knew Hunter and Gina. I found Gina to be relatable in so many ways and I couldn't help but lust after Hunter from the very first chapter.
Miss Davon's writing vividly painted the scenes in my head. Truly, I was completely absorbed from beginning to end. I could feel the chemistry between Gina and Hunter and felt all of their emotions as they struggled with their own personal issues. This book has absolutely everything for me... Impeccably well written, unique and well crafted story line, well developed and characters who you REALLY want to see end up together.
"Sense of Adventure" drew me into the adventure and gave me a mental escape that only great books have to power to do For that, this book is more than worthy of five stars. You will not regret purchasing this book. Definitely a wonderful read. I have already purchased Miss Davon's newest book, "Beginning Time" and look forward to getting started on it tonight!
Their road to love has many trails, Gina's mother being one of them. Having been hurt many times by Gina's father, she warns Gina about Hunter. Hunter and Gina having things from their past that impacts their presents, but will it effect their future together.
This book is full of passion, fun, adventure, and very witty. The author has cleverly spun a story you really can get into; I loved all the characters even Gina's mom. I felt an instant connection between Gina and Hunter, I could see each of their perspectives and I rooted for them.
I liked the relationship between Gina's teenage brother and Hunter. I didn't like Gina's mother, but she played an important role in the story. She had been burned by Gina's father too many times and she was trying to protect Gina from the same thing in her strange shrewish way. I found it hard to like the relationship between Hunter and Gina because of the constant talk about the differences in their lifestyles and Gina's insecurities about it. Gina seemed more like a high school student than a grown woman. It grated after a while. There were a few sweet scenes, but too many were over the top for me, too mushy. Claire Davon's interesting angle and unique story line including the extreme sports venue kept me reading til the end. “Sense of Adventure” was a quick and light read.
I was given a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.