- File Size: 1139 KB
- Print Length: 366 pages
- Publisher: InterMix (September 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 15, 2015
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R3GARZM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #770,507 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As always, Jessica’s writing is impeccable— clever, polished, and intelligent. She weaves references, symbolism, and the ever present backdrop of my beloved New York City into the story beautifully and that makes it so much richer and multi-layered. Yoga, the Lower East Side, Judaism— she captures everything she writes about perfectly and it really enhances my reading experience. For me, there are very few contemporary writers that can write this well, but also provide me with a story i connect with and get lost in.
I also loved how she portrayed these aging rock stars, it felt so authentic. And when she described Adrian completing the Sunday Times crossword puzzle in pen wearing reading glasses? I'm not sure there's anything sexier than that.
I highly recommend this beautiful story!!
Topper's writing is perfectly pitched with detail, nuance, and insight. Her characters are flawed and lovable just the same.
The main characters here are like to stones striking a spark and that spark is this unexpected love story.
He is much older than her and changing his life. She is so much herself and yet settling into herself.
All the little moments and facets of the characters are what make this a great romance so I don't want to give those things away.
What held the book back for me, were little things, we never really address the hero's past before he reformed in any real way. We don't get to meet his kids with any depth. I would like more time in the HEA but this is a goooood book worth your time and money.
I am sad to say that I just didn’t connect with the characters or the telling of the story. I found this book to be a lot about yoga and little on the romance. I wanted to love as I loved the series so far but I found myself just liking instead of loving. I understand that yoga helps the mind and soul but it just took over this book in a way that did not enhance the story for me. The plot of the story had so much potential but the story line was boring. Places where angst would have heightened the story didn’t occur and thus the instances where I thought Rick and Sidra would deepen their new relationship fell flat. Their backgrounds, their heartbreaks, their hopes………all had for a great love story but sadly it never quite got there for me.
Maybe it was a case of just me and not the book……… I hope others will love!!
Rick totally is a man looking for his way but reconnecting with his band isn't enough he needs to find his inner self and when he meets Sidra his life gets back on track.
Sidra Sullivan a yoga teacher getting over her own heartbreak meets Rick and when she tells him Yoga will help him center himself but what she
Doesn't realize is he helps her just as much as yoga helps him.
I loved watching their relationship develop it was so endearing and you can feel the emotion coming off the pages.
Two people who never you would think would find love but when they both realize it it is fantastic to see.
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