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Slip of the Tongue Kindle Edition
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UGH. I wanted to like it & I did read the entire book. But to be completely honest, I really hated the female lead and the men didn't work for me either. I wouldn't recommend this book to my friends.
I am going to give the second in this series a chance because the one redeeming character from Slip of the Tongue is her brother Andrew. Let's see if he can impress me.
Jessica Hawkins writing was decent enough... my issues were with the flimsy 1-2 dimensional characters of this novel.
I still see no reason for her cheating on her husband or for him forgiving her.
Sadie is lonely. Nathan use to be there for her. Now hes not. But Finn is.
Finn & Sadie can talk all day about everything they have in common. They make each other laugh and smile.
Sadie craves someone. Finn has secrets. Nathan knows Sadie's secrets.
I loved Sadie. I feel like i could actually relate to her in her thinking. Everyone has lonely times. She just happened to have Finn next door and they became friends.
Sadie & Finn are great together. Nathan & Sadie use to be.
I WISH this book would've been been more than Sadie's POV. We really got nothing from Nathan. I NEEDED more from Nathan. At some points I hated Nathan but had no idea why... b/c i literally had no idea what was going on in his mind.
I wanted to know what was going on in Finn's mind. The love he has for Sadie. I THINK is out of this world.
Overall. Fantastic book. I would love a book two.
HIS POV. And I NEVER EVER EVER say that. I never want to read the second book where its only the guys POV.
Since the publisher does state that this story is about infidelity, I am not giving anything away that this is a major point in the plot line. Of course, this might not be everyone's cup of tea for a romance novel. Yet, the book gives great insight to what is happening in the minds of all three characters which is an eye-open. This love triangle will have an HEA, but the road to get there will be difficult and of course, not all will get an HEA in the end. If you listen to Audios, the narration is fabulous and is read from Andi Arndt who is one of the best in the industry. My only complaint was the ending was a bit rushed making it seem a bit unrealistic how the characters are able to go forward. Yet, in the fiction world, this is not uncommon. The story has to end at some point. For readers who are looking for hot romance, this still has all the elements with all the characters, but it is no fairytale.