- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 5 hours and 4 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Mill Creek Press
- Audible.com Release Date: December 31, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RNA3L1K
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Sweet Girl: Titan, Book 1.5 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Now, if this is the prequel to Garrison's Creed, then what the heck is the prequel Winter's Heat about? Talk about confusing the situation a bit. I'm really in doubt as to ever purchasing a book by this author again. How would I ever know if I was getting the beginning of a series cause they keep going back and writing prequels after the fact?! I wouldn't recommend this unless you have money to burn and time to waste.
I could not find anything original in here. I couldn't finish it. It's not written well; the conversations are confusing and it's hard to figure out who or what the characters are talking about half the time. There was no plot, at least to the halfway point where I gave up, other than the forbidden lovers beating around the bush with each other and then fretting about their relationship being discovered.
Good thing it was free. You get what you pay for.
Cash is the best friend to Nicola's brother, Roman. They all grew up together, and now they're in college. There's the expected, "I can't touch my best friend's sister" basis to this story, but so much more. If you like the Coming of Age type of love story, you'll enjoy this story - and I know some reviewers have mentioned frustration with a cliffhanger, but I promise, this is worth reading. Cash and Nicola have terrific chemistry, and the story evolves in interesting, unexpected directions.
Yes, this could be considered a Coming of Age/New Adult, best friend's brother love story, but there's more going on than meets the eye. That's the fun in a Cristin Harber book: there's always an underlying current of action, of real danger. And when you pair this book (and the sequel) to the Titan novels, you end up with a deliciously rich, nuanced, meaningful story of love, loss, and sacrifice. In a sense, this is background character development - if you don't already know the characters, it doesn't matter, you'll still fall in love with them. But if you DO know Cash, Nicola (and yes, also Roman), so many things will hit you even harder in the Feels.