In It Together Kindle Edition
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- File size : 1420 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : July 22, 2015
- Print length : 309 pages
- Publisher : Wicked Winters Books (July 22, 2015)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B012DLSHDA
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #734,694 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Also it needs an epilogue, this book ends very abruptly.
I liked Cara and Erin.... but Gosh so much angst!
For me, „In It Together“ is a book about secrets and lost loves. The two main characters are likeable young women, trying to deal with their past, and with circumstances in the present, that won’t make it easy for them. Especially when other important people shouldn’t get hurt, and other not so important people couldn’t care less.
This is a quick read, perfect for the beach on a sunny day or for the café when it rains.
figured I would write out a generic review instead and save myself the time and trouble. If I am putting this review on a
book it means that I found it to be truly exceptional and I enjoyed the journey very much, so thank you to the Author for
putting a great story down on the pages.
Top reviews from other countries
This is a well paced emotional romance! Another winner from Ms Winters. Can't wait for her next book.
I had promised myself that I wouldn’t give another review of a Jade Winters book until I could say something nice but I’m afraid I just can’t help myself. Ms Winters clearly has her fans and I am bound to be drowned out in sea of five star reviews but for those who want to engage their brains (not to mention their hearts) a little more, I have to give a warning for the more discerning reader…
The plot holes in this are just immense. For this criticism to make sense I have to explain some of them so if you’re concerned about spoilers you may want to skip the rest of this review until after you’ve read the book (if you are minded to do so).
Cara disappears off to London after a traumatic event. Fair enough. But she stays away from her home town with no contact (it would seem) with her mother and then girlfriend for 12 years. TWELVE FLIPPING YEARS! Just think that over for a moment…
There’s lots of super-quick and totally unbelievable forgiveness in this. If Cara’s mother had kicked her out because she was gay or something like that then the 12 years no contact would make sense but, no, it would seem her mother is just somewhat ‘emotionally distant’. There are a couple of oblique references to Cara’s absent father having cheated on her mother and left her just before Cara did but we get no further back story on his relationship with Cara or her mother.
So Cara comes back. Her mother is initially a bit ‘offy’ (as is her ex-girlfriend, Erin) but both seem to forgive her pretty darn quickly. This, in spite of the fact that she just upped and left Erin (who she professes she loved) with ZERO explanation. And when Cara finds out her mother is dating a much younger man she is initially appalled and outraged but, yes, she gets over that very suddenly too.
Cara and Erin re-connect (surprise, surprise) but Erin then spends WAY too much time vacillating over whether she can be with Cara and hurt her twin brother, Matt (Cara’s ex-boyfriend) who doesn’t know Cara is gay. The ‘hiding you’re gay’ thing worked well in Ms Winters “Faking It” but here it is just irritating. I wanted to grab Erin and shake her but the author seems to use her vacillation as an opportunity to insert a couple of gratuitous sex scenes. Cara decides to stay and open a gay bookshop but when during one of Erin’s ‘Yes’ vacillations they decide to be together, she’s prepared to just drop it completely and move to Brighton! And I can’t even bring myself to go into the emotional bad behaviour of Matt and the sudden forgiveness issue there!
If you like your lesfic super-lightweight and don’t want to engage your brain then this may be up your street but I'm afraid it’s not good enough for me. If you want lightweight British romantic lesfic then Kiki Archer, Clare Lydon and even Clare Ashton (in her last book) all do this sort of thing FAR better…