- File Size: 2004 KB
- Print Length: 517 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Eden Butler; 1 edition (August 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MUX3UUM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #304,190 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I couldn't connect with Kiera or Kona, but I kept reading and reading. It seemed like it took me forever to get back to the present and I only did hoping to find some redeeming quality in these two people. Guess what? Never found one!
I realize there is a story for everyone, but this one wasn't for me.
I am a huge fan of Eden’s and was very excited when I heard about Thin Love. The premise was so different from her Serenity series that I just had to get my hands on it. The wait was excruciating as I’m not the most patient person but, as they say, good things come to those who wait. This is definitely the best work to come from Ms. Butler as she stepped up her game in what she delivered to us here.
Kona and Keira are from two different worlds.
He’s a 20-year-old college sophomore who likes to play games both on the field and in the bedroom. His only goal is to make it to the NFL with his twin, Luka, so they can one day get matching rings. That’s his dream. The only thing he’s truly working for.
She’s an 18-year-old college freshman who spent her entire life living under her Mother’s controlling thumb. Stay pretty. Get smart. Land a rich, good-looking, prominent man. Those are the things her Mother wants for her. Her only goal is to do whatever she needs to in order to break free. To make her own choices in life.
When the two are paired up for a project in class they find that perhaps they were too quick to judge one another. Being forced to spend time together isn't entirely bad, and it’s not long before feelings arise between these two hot-tempered young adults. It’s a passionate affair. Explosive. Something that will be devastating to them both when it comes crashing down around them.
I absolutely loved Kona. I didn't care that he often acted without thinking. I didn't care that he made mistake after mistake. He wormed his way into my heart and there was no going back. He doesn't do well under pressure and he often cracks because of it, but he’s a good guy. I would love to try and claim him but I’m afraid my friend would kill me. She laid claim to him long ago. Darn.
Keira is feisty. Headstrong. Stubborn. I absolutely adored her even though she left me wanting to pull my hair out at times. She was a great match for Kona and I loved that she never backed down from him. Not once. She does have violent tendencies that left me shaking my head a few times, but it’s a problem that they both shared.
I would have to give Thin Love 5 stars. It was the type of story that I found myself fully immersed in. A world that I never wanted to leave. The angst, the love, the passion, the anger … it never let up. I absolutely loved this book and definitely recommend that you pick up a copy for yourself!
Everything about this book is perfect. Starting from the cover. I'm sure many of you agree with me Kona has a wonderful physique. I love how the tattoo over his heart comes straight from the book. I love the title. Thin Love might not make sense to someone looking at the book for the first time, however I think the passage that explains the concept of thin love is one of the most poetic in this novel. It's also one my favorites. Kona and Keira are prefect too, but not in the sense you think. They're people so they're flawed, but it's their flaws which first draw them to each other. Their imperfections make them perfect for each other. I liked how they built each other up but in the end they were what destroyed themselves too.
I never got frustrated with Keira and Kona. Life is a learning experience and they were trying to do the best they could. Do I wish they'd persevered and tried to stay together and Kona hadn't been so unwilling to trust Keira? Yes, but they're going to make mistakes. No one wants to read about perfect people. They're boring and the story ends too soon. It's all the mistakes we make that us interesting, and Kona and Keira too. Some mistakes they made and others were done by the hands of those they loved. Their respective mothers are monsters for the lack of a better word. How those two ended up capable members of society is beyond me. Kona's mother in particular is something nightmares are made of. I have no idea how she could do what she did.
The story itself is gripping. I read this book like it was going to escape my grasp and I'd never see it again. I couldn't get enough and having to put it down was torture. At the end of the day, I was beyond exhausted but the moment I picked up and started reading again, my exhaustion faded and I was once again lost in Kona and Keira. I can't begin to fully describe the range of emotions I felt in this book. I was hopeful, joyful, anguished, enraged, disappointed, scared, and extremely sad. There were tears too. This book was like being on a roller coaster. The highs were really high and the lows were really low. Eden Butler has surpassed herself with Thin Love. The news that a sequel novella and novel titled Thick Love featuring Ransom are in the works make ecstatic. I can't wait to see them on my shelf next to Thin Love and Eden's other novels. I still don't think I've been able to this book justice. Honestly, no amount of words are enough to convey the experience that is reading this book. The only way to see for yourself the awesomeness that it is Kona, Keira, Ransom, and Thin Love, is to read it.