- File Size: 3210 KB
- Print Length: 284 pages
- Publisher: Kerry Heavens; 1 edition (December 21, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 21, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00G1N5ASW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,942 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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(Possible spoilers ahead) I think a woman's wedding is an experience to remember!!! From the first step to the last! In the authors quest to make me think Danny was perfect she had him planning the entire wedding and leaving Liv. Out of the loop and that to me wasn't sexy or caring!! It was over the top ridiculous and inrealistic!! And the ending which I will not disclose was also weird and unrealistic!! It was a beautiful selfless act in Danny and Livs part but....I didn't find it necessary!!! I honestly hated it!! I feel like te author didn't consider how a child would react to knowing that!! And it demeaned the importance of Jen's child..what will they say to the child when he's born??i jus didn't think it would be believable!!Read more ›
After finishing Just Human, I literally only gave myself the time to take a deep breath and wipe away a few tears before I dove right into this very emotional but deeply satisfying sequel. It is the perfect conclusion to one of the most beautiful modern fairy-tales I have ever read and I am struggling to let go of it.
In the aftermath of the incredibly heartbreaking ending of its prequel, we find Liv and Danny desperately trying to make sense of what happened to their relationship, attempting to move on with life, their pain and anger feeding their inner demons as they both navigate through intense heartache and self-doubt for the second time in their lives.
“She doesn’t love me. She found out I was going to propose and she ran. Again.”
On opposite sides of the world, they lick their wounds with the relentless support and love of their best friends, but they are lost without one another. Both convinced of the other’s fault in their relationship’s demise, Liv and Danny throw themselves into their old lives, believing that ignoring the gaping hole in their hearts would somehow make it hurt less. But no matter how hard they try to forget one another, nothing makes their pain go away and as time goes by, it even finds ways of following them into their dreams.
Luckily, when two people are meant to be together, they eventually find a way back to each other and once Danny finds out the real reason why Liv left so suddenly, he becomes determined to win her back and never let go of her again.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What i like about this book is the lesson and inspiration it brings and leave it with me and inspired me... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lenie Castorico
Still Human resumes where Just Human left off, with Danny still in California and Liv back in England. Both of them are hurting, thinking wrongly of the other person. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Michelle
4 Still Human Stars - I am so glad I read the second book to the series. I must say once I got over Liv's immaturity over everything that happened between them, the book was quite... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Danna
I assume at this point you are very aware of the Book One Cliffhanger - which I don't like - but I had book two waiting, so worked out for me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Starrshine
I enjoyed this book, the follow up to Just Human. There were a couple of things I didn't like but overall I liked Danny and Liv's story. I loved their friends, a great group.Published 4 months ago by Lindsay Lou
Hm, don't really know what purpose this story really had. I enjoyed the first book, but this felt more like a very long epilogue. It wasn't bad but did not really add much new.Published 10 months ago by Anjena
This is a beautiful sequel to Just Human - a wonderful second chance love. I had been waiting for this and I was not disappointed. Highly recommend this and Just Human.Published 16 months ago by Melanie Graham
SO much better than part 1, though it still dragged in spots, it felt real, yet romantic.
After seeing psycho Brooke undressing in Danny's bedroom, Liv flips out, leaves... Read more
Gaaaahhhh!! I LOVED this :)
So at the end of Just Human there was a bit of a cliffy and it was based around one of those horrible misunderstandings. Read more