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- Print Length: 296 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 31, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KP0TMWM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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There Goes the Neighborhood: Drawn Series Book 1.5 Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This book was an interesting read. I thought that the author did a good job of developing the characters in this story. The author also did a great job of setting the series in time period that she chose.
Having read the first book, Riveted, which actually takes place after this book, I had some idea of what was going to happen in this story. I really liked the relationship between Aaron and Angel, and Almeida and Tangler certainly added some funny moments as well. The build up of their relationship was done really well, and I liked that you got to see some very tender moments between the two. I also really adored ZuZu, and I thought the addition of that story line was done beautifully. I really felt a connection with the characters in that moment.
There were still a good deal of problems with the editing, and I noticed a pattern of phrases that were used repetitively throughout this series. While the character development was much better, and greatly added to this story, there were, again, some situations that came out of the blue that I just found to be a rather odd addition. I get what the author was trying to do, but I still think that it needed better forethought and some more work before it should have been added to the story line. Sometimes I felt that the situations were so far out there that they were just completely unbelievable, and they took me out of the story at times. There was one scene in particular that I had a very hard time believing, and this took away from my rating.
I also feel that while this book was listed as a prequel, having it be labeled as book 1.5 in the series was a mistake. This book really should be read before Riveted, because it provides a lot of essential background information. It would also make the story flow better. So while I might recommend this book, I would suggest reading it before any of the others.
This is a Prequel to the book Riveted, I wish that I would have read this book 1st then Riveted. You get a better idea of the family Bleu and Axel came from. This book surprised me with so many different emotions, I have not read a book like in a long time. Some of the things make you laugh so hard you might pee your pants and the next you want to throw your kindle across the way, then lastly you sit and cry your eyes out. It was an amazing story and I can't wait to read the next book. I need some answers, some closing!
Aaron is your typical hard and rugged biker dude, with one exception, he has a heart the size of New York city and when he loves you he holds nothing back. He might not have made great decisions, but can tell that he wants more, he wants his Angel!
Angel is a complex character, she looks like the girl next door and even comes off like that as well, but deep inside she wants to be wild and run free with the wind. She made me laugh and cry more times than i can count! When she meets Aaron at the hospital things take a surprising turn with sparks flying in every direction!!
I would rate this book 4 out 5 fangs!
Independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.
By all accounts, they shouldn't have worked together. Yes, they both had rough childhoods. However, Angel was still a good girl while Aaron was a rough around the edges kind of guy. But as stated by one of my many favorite characters in this book “No one, not a single soul on this bloody planet can tell you who to love. Your head can’t even tell your heart that. Now don’t get me wrong, it can throw out all sorts of warning signs, but at the end of the day, your heart still feels”. Angel and Aaron belonged together. Their relationship was far from perfect, but they loved each other.
I love a story that can make me feel such a wide range of emotions. M.A. Stone has done that with this book. I laughed, cried, fanned myself...you name it. I cannot wait to read more in this series. M.A. Stone, you have created a fan in me.
I would give There Goes The Neighborhood 4.5 stars.
*I received There Goes The Neighborhood as an ARC for an honest review.
Angel And Aron not a Romeo and Juliet story but with undertones that will remind you of those star crossed lovers. I loved it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow! I was gifted a copy of this book for review. This story gives a view of the family dynamics and history with Axel and Bleu. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Loves 2 Read Romance
The book was well written and kept you wanting more. I am waiting on the next entry in the series.Published on July 9, 2014 by Cherie Stanton
What a great Prequel. My family didn't say a word as I read and laughed out loud and cried me eyes out (yes, the ugly cry) during this book. Read morePublished on June 11, 2014 by Kelli B
M.A. did not disappoint with the second book of this series. I was great to learn how the Drawn family came to be. So many emotions ran through me while reading this story. Read morePublished on June 10, 2014 by Stephanie Gresham
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