- File Size: 3651 KB
- Print Length: 343 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ever After, LLC (December 22, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QKM9ERM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,849 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Something Reckless (Reckless and Real Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Another problem is the presentation of the history in regards to timeline. It's fine if you wanna skip around to past, present and somewhere in between as long as you tell your reader what the eff is going on. We know Sam and Liz hookup and fall out. All of a sudden it's two years later and Liz is talking about how they've been together two separate times. Again, what'd I miss? Don't drip feed history in a confusing way and call it mysterious. It doesn't work out in your favor.
The main plot is good. I'll say it again: this book's plot is good. Or at the very least has a lot of potential, albeit a tad predictable. Don't ruin a good thing with all the unexplained secondary crap. Seriously, where was the editor? A sentence or two for each new character isn't too hard.
Now, the reason I gave 3 stars when I was so clearly pissed with the writing style? It's smoking hot. Liz is quick with the wit and not afraid to speak her mind. Kinda wanted to slap her a bit and tell her to get some self respect, but I like what she and Sam have when they're together.
Sam is a insecure man.
The chemistry is great between these two.
I don't like this story. There is a lot going on and I am never sure who I'm reading about.
I don't like the heroine. I don't find her interesting. Her sister and friends seem more interesting than she does.
All she wants is Sam but when she has him she doesn't want him. Really? I just can't stand this type of situation. It feels contrived to me so the author can stretch the story.
I don't see this as being a romance. Sam and Liz are not together. They just satisfy each others needs and move on. This doesn't make for romance.
It makes me feel icky reading about how everyone has slept with everyone else. I'm not interested in reading more.
This is the story of Sam and Liz. They are amazing together. You can see the connection between them. Even before they really get together you know there is something more than just sex with them. You can see how much each of them cares for the other, but the whole way through the book I keep yelling in my head for them to actually have a conversation. Just talk to each other and you guys can work everything out! Use your words! Especially Liz. She didn't want to tell Sam about anything, worried that he would hate her though why he would I am not sure. I mean she didn't do anything wrong, the situation is just a little messed up. She thought she was doing everything right and wanted everything to be perfect. Especially now that things might be working out with Sam whom she has liked forever. Who she threw herself at when she was too young and he didn't take advantage of her. Who she slept with a few years ago, but then thought she saw something and instead of talking pushed him away. Who has always had a thing for and who she can't seem to shake.
And Sam? Oh he has always liked Liz. He never thought he was good enough for her or could do an actual relationship, but for her he wanted to try. For her he would do anything. Only 14 months ago something happened that broke his heart, something that made him feel like he should hate her, but he can't. He still wants her even if it is not possible.
These two are really great with all the tension between them. They are so hot together, they just work, but they do need to learn to actually talk to each other. Sam still has some secrets that I am sure Liz is not going to respond well to. Plus Liz needs to stop running and pushing Sam away as a preemptive measure so that he won't hurt her. The first half of this book was kind of light and fun and hot, but then the drama came and it was a whirlwind that I kind of loved. Normally all this drama would put me off, but really I just want to read more. So there you have it. Sam and Liz = together forever, everyone else keeps trying to mess that up, and there are a few surprises along the way. I must say I don't like Connor or Della at all. Well maybe Connor a bit more, but he is still not my favorite person. I don't know why Liz always sees the best in him. Most of Sam's family and "friends" are really not good people. We shall see what happens next. I can't wait to see them get their happily ever after (and hopefully take a few people down!)
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland