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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ella Fox (June 15, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 15, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L0Y84QC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,620 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Gavin and Leah were thrown together by circumstance that affected Leah's newfound extended family. It was quite early in the story that I started feeling I needed to put this down and read Ella Fox's other series. I didn't realize this was a spin off of her Hart series and a lot of what was being thrown in was what was happening to those characters. I felt lost and couldn't figure out whether I should stop and decipher where in the Hart series timeline Twist of Fate fell in.
I'm saddened by this. Because I liked Gavin. He was a great guy who was already at the point he was over the rockstar life and was ready to find what Flynn found in Tessa. Leah, was a good heroine. She was strong and a survivor. She'd been through a lot, but I still felt like her backstory was just being thrown at me for affect.
I'm so disappointed. I'm hoping Cole's story is more enjoyable.
Ella Fox has done it again with book two in this series. This is Gavin's story and I loved everything about it. The story pulls you in and you can't stop reading until you're finished. You don't have to read book 1, Picture Perfect, but you learn about Flynn and Tessa and provides their back story since they are all interconnected in a way.
Gavin Wilde is the hot, tattooed drummer for Renegade Saints. All of my favorite things in a man, he pulls you in and you can't help but love him. He meets Leah Cooper years before and after a few exchanged words, he doesn't think he will ever see her again. Until fate bring them back together. Gavin works hard to love her in the way she needs and gives her all the time she needs, but will it be enough?
Leah Cooper hasn't had an easy life. After being caught up in life and the challenges it throws her way, Leah meets Gavin one night and her life wasn't ever the same. He forced her to make changes, even without knowing he was the reason behind who she is now. When fate brings them back together years later, will Leah fall in love him and give him the chance or will she let her past get in the way?
Their story is perfect for who they are and the twist of fate that leads them back together is perfect.
Leah was getting better, until her boyfriend at the time forced himself on her. From there she turned into an introvert who isolated herself from most everyone. But when danger causes her to have to go into hiding with Flynn and his band, she comes face to face with Gavin again and realizes that she has a connection with someone other than her family again.
The story is kind of predictable, not much drama or suspense as to what is going to happen but it is still an enjoyable read.
Hard to Handle is a bonus short story. It had slight angst, and mild confrontation. But wraps up in a sweet HEA.
This is the story of Leah Cooper and Gavin Wilde. It opens with a very deep insight into Leah's life, trials and tribulations. She has not had it easy and her first encounter with Gavin is mortifying and eye-opening. Years later she has never forgotten it, but prays, especially with new circumstances bringing them back in proximity of each other, that he has long forgotten the girl that puked on him.
The familial connections got a bit confusing, but as I've read a couple of other books by this author it was pretty awesome to see those characters in the background getting on with their happy lives.
This was a deeper story with some really tough situations going on for Leah, but the way that Gavin opens up to her and enables her to relax and trust him is heart-warming. Yet another well-paced and well-written book from Ella Fox, with plenty angst to keep you flipping the pages and a happy ending on the horizon. Onward to book three, Between Us.