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Take a Chance: A Rosemary Beach Novel (The Rosemary Beach Series Book 7) Kindle Edition
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- Book 7 of 14 in The Rosemary Beach Series (14 Book Series)
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Why am I on the fence?
I think a lot of it has to do with the character of Grant I built up in my mind vs. the Grant we came to know through his journey with Harlow. There was the first half of the book Grant and then the second half of the book Grant, which left me so damn confused. I truly am torn right now; I really wanted to love Grant as much as I loved Rush. And I did to an extent. There were parts I adored about him and then there were the WTF moments that left my mind boggled. Maybe it’s because throughout the series, we’ve never really seen Grant through his own eyes; he’s always been portrayed through the eyes of his family and friends. And the Grant his family portrayed (at least in my mind) was this kick ass, sweet guy with a bad boy underlining. Therefore, in my opinion, the character Abbi built before my eyes was not the same Grant she has given us in his book. This version of “Grant” left me feeling a bit achy and nostalgic.
I’m going to be perfectly honest; for me, he felt like a weaker version of the perception I had grown to love. This “Grant” almost became a DNF. It took me a little bit to connect and even then I held back from truly falling head over heels for him.Read more ›
There is something about an Abbi Glines book that gets to me every single time without fail. Her stories are not just consistently engaging and compelling, but each new book feels like she’s pushed the envelope one step further, taken her characters one extra step into the uncharted territories of her own endless imagination. You never know what you’re going to encounter, what kind of story she has weaved for us this time around, but one thing is certain – each book is a skin-tingling joy ride start to finish and it just keeps getting better and better.
After meeting him in the very first scene of Fallen Too Far as the guy Blaire aims her gun at, and then seeing him as the perennially level-headed and dependable fixture in all five instalments of the Rosemary Beach series, we finally get to properly meet Grant Carter and discover the man behind that panty-dropping smile. Grant is the stepbrother that Rush Finlay shortly had, but regardless of their parents’ marital status, they’ve been brothers through and through since they were little kids. Known as a perpetual womanizer just like his brother once was, Grant is not discreet when it comes to the identity of his many conquests, all but one – the woman at whose beck and call he has been for a long time and whose insistent hold over him he doesn’t seem to be able or willing to escape from – Rush’s younger sister Nan. A dysfunctional and volatile relationship from the very beginning, their connection is based purely on physical attraction, but its very existence stands in the way of the only genuine emotional bond Grant has ever formed with another woman.Read more ›
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My daughter and I are such big fans of Abbi Glines. We count down the days till books are realised in Australia....
Love the Rosemary Beach Series
Diva's review ********************************** stars. It was so wonderful to get back to Rosemary Beach!!! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Dawn Mondry
I just reread this book and it was just as good as the first time. This is Grant Carter and Harlow Manning's story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer R. Shiels
Oh my word. What a book. I'm left in despair and having trouble writing this review because I need to get on to book 2, now! Read morePublished 3 months ago by LilleyLoohLah
The beginning was 'all out in the open' so I was really doubting if Abbi could pull this off in a way that could hold my attention. And boy, did she. Perfectly.Published 4 months ago by Irma J.
Once again this was another good book to add to an already fantastic series. Looking forward to reading more in the future.Published 4 months ago by Shelle
5 amazing stars!
I’ll be the first to admit that when I started reading my first book by Abbi Glines I had very little expectations. Read more
Don't have much to say about this book. It was great but very predictable. Haven't really sorted out my thoughts on the characters and their actions.Published 7 months ago by Kindle Customer
Ok I love you Abbi. Harlow so sweet and innocent.. Grant was my man. Love them together. Men gahhh, I'm sure he will be mine again.Published 7 months ago by Penny Harbaugh
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