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- Print Length: 299 pages
- Publisher: Heartbound Media, Inc (August 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071J8RN7P
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,238 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I can't believe I paid for this! Now, I'm going to give spoiler alert I will reveal major plot secret and itemise what I hate in this book. So discontinue reading if you're not interested to know.
Part 1 of the series was perfect...I was connected to the characters, invested in their love and rooting for one of the guys. I couldn't pick a preference between Cole and trace but preferred trace because he was financially secure and had opulent life...yes I'm that vain. She loved them both so she might as well be in a luxurious life. I liked book1 so much I didn't even mind the overly contemplative musings of the heroine. She went on and on about everything, analysed everything step, action, expression, I mean literally everything and this never stops. She conversed with her self over and over again that it got repetitive and downright annoying! BUT I didn't mind too much because I was still invested in the book.
That's where the love, connection and excitement ended.
Book 2&3 were a vicious repetition, the love triangle got disgusting and despite pam Goodwin writing the heroes as as alphas who didn't share, they were pu#$#ies for her. Cole and Trace Spent the entire book2&3 prooving themselves to the heroine. I hated, hated the heroine!!! Urhgg she strung the two males along; she was so selfish and got her way in everything. She was so immature and what was so disgusting was that she was such a slut that she slept with both men, claimed she loved them both, wouldn't give up and pick one. I don't know what these two male catch saw in her. So these two idiots dated her at the same time, took turns smooching her, then the ultimately lived in a house where all three of them slept on the sam, had countless threesomes together albeit without penal penetration, same difference as everything I mean everything else was done...bondage, bdsm, everything! I found the plot so disgusting that I skipped book 2 midway from 30% of book 2. Book 3 was just a no for me as it was repetitively about the 3lovers shacking up...being together and each male trying to outdo the other in sexual exploits with with the girl; either in presence of the other or continue to try to syrupily profess their undying love and devotion. Meanwhile, the heroine just lapped it all type, never choosing and repetitively professing guilt for sleeping with the two men at the same time. She was so needy that she constantly sought reassurance where the two guys like a bad movie would proceed to reassure her of how deserving of their love and devotion she was.
Oh my gosh! I've never seen a sadder pair of un-alpha males by PM.
It was a torturous read as I eye rolled, skip read through every nightmare love scenes.
The story was so threesomish that I become ambivalent to the love triangle, I couldn't care less who ended up with this sorry b#!$; of a girl!
I wanted to slap her sane and force her to make a choice...This is the first book by PM that I've disliked. I couldn't skip to the end fast enough to know which sad and sorry guy took the plunge with This psychotic girl!!!
I didn't care for this storyline at all. It had the makings of a long drawn out love triangle which seemed to go on and on forever.
PG set herself up with a problem - she made both love experiences look so amazing, both lovers so devoted, there was never going to be a good way to resolve the relationship. Her resolution felt like she didn't know where to take it either. Maybe if there had been an underlying plot to help this story be more interesting than watching Danni vacillate between 2 men, torturing every in the process (including the reader), there could have been a more satisfying outcome. I had nothing to do with who she ended up with and everything to do with the process to get there.
Three is a War is the 3rd book in the Tangled Lies Series. I love this series! You need to read the 1st two books before this book.
One is a Promise
Two is a Lie
Three is a War - Conclusion
Danni Angelo is in love with Trace Savoy and Cole Hartman. How can she choose one? Does she choose the one she was in love with first or does she choose Trace her second chance? How can she choose? Danni Angelo has an impossible decision to make. I wish I could say what her decision was but, I can’t.
I feel that this series is a must read! I love the storyline and there is a big twist at the end! And, this is the last book in the series. There is an HEA not necessarily the one I wanted. I love Three is a War.
Oh and did I say that this book is HOT?
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I give Three is a War 5 stars. I can’t wait to see what’s next from Pam Godwin.