- Series: The Manhattanites (Book 4)
- Paperback: 296 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 14, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781522759928
- ISBN-13: 978-1522759928
- ASIN: 1522759921
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.7 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 67 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,643,075 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I didn't enjoy this one nearly as much. There was a lot of complaining on the part of the h... until the end. I never felt connected to her. I felt sorry for her for the cancer, but as for her relationships, I really wanted her to just disappear and read about the two heros, instead. It felt like they (the Hs) were putting everything they had into spending a life with her and there was just no appreciation on the part of the h.
When the ending came about, I felt like it was rushed and could have had a lot more details. A lot more emotion. Just a lot more. And it didn't and it left me wanting and I hated that.
Something else I struggle with is the writing. It's not necessarily bad. I know it's the author's style, but it can be very confusing and almost come across as jumbled at times. I think some of the dialogue is supposed to be witty but to me, it was more childish and immature. Just my opinion.
Would I recommend? Probably not
Will I read it again? Doubtful
Avery Aster and The Manhattanites are my guilty pleasure. When I first met all these characters in Aster's The Undergrad Series (A prequel to The Manhattanites) I was so impressed by the unfiltered, unforgiving and unabashed nature of all the characters, it is safe to say I'm addicted. With their opulent and extremely theatrical lifestyle readers will laugh, cringe, cry and swoon with every Manhattanite they meet.
Avery Aster aptly names the fourth instalment to The Manhattanites series. Following Jemma, Luigi and Rocco and their "Unconventional" relationship. In a unique and uncommon union Jemma, Luigi and Rocco are in love with one another and for five years, the three of them have successfully been in a relationship.
But lately, things are different...
Surviving Breast Cancer Jemma is secretly battling with fear and uncertainty and as she flails around Rocco and Luigi want to settle down, get married and have a family - all three of them. As all their needs and wants clash, readers will get sucked into the rabbit hole and the effervescent ways that only The Manhattanite Crew deal with their life struggles.
With all characters making an appearance and an opinion Avery Aster continues to share with readers his love for glitz, glamour and sex fuelled drama.
This book in particular was great, because well I'm weak for babies and happy endings. Jemma was never my favourite character in the books but I have to say that I'm happy for her and after all she's been through, I'm glad that she got her happy ending.
Now I'm just waiting to get my hands on Unique because the little bit in the end totally awoke my curiosity and I do love twins.
"You're cancer-free now. It's time for us to get on with our lives. I reminded, hoping she'd celebrate life and not fear it. For the past year, time had stood still for all three of us."
Gemma's career and relationship with the two men she loves is in jeopardy. When Gemma career takes a turn for the worse, she is forced her to re-evaluate her self worth.
"I didn't care what the hell other people thought about me. However, I did care greatly how I felt about myself, and sexy wasn't it. Often, it seemed like I was half the woman I once was,"
Jemma's two boyfriends, Luigi and Rocco, take control of the situation. Luigi, hot Alpha, gives Jemma and ultimatum, either she plays by their rules or their relationship will come to an end. Can Jemma overcome her fears, can she see past her insecurities and give Luigi and Rocco the love they deserve?
I loved this story! Jemma is a brave woman, who survived and needs to learn to live again. Her boyfriends are amazing. They didn't run after they were rejected, they continued to fight for Jemma and their relationship. They are not concerned with what people think about their polygamous relationship, they live life to the fullest and love just as hard. There are some funny and hot scenes to go along with the beautiful story of learning to live again.