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About the Author
- ASIN : B078JM9D7Y
- Publisher : Nixon House (January 2, 2018)
- Publication date : January 2, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1345 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 325 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #222,770 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I loved this book! Isaac is so painfully quiet and not even a grumpy hero - just a silent observer who I was fascinated by. He expresses himself best by writing and it is awesome that he is this large, intimidating human who really prefers quiet and a pen. Lizzie is truly brilliant and amazing and her wrestling with her own perceptions of her weakness is just a visceral story that couldn't have been better.
On top of all of that - Hibbert has fascinating commentaries on toxic families, the world of the ultra-rich and their exact opposites, and what are the limits to what you would do for the ones that you love.
But seriously: i adored Lizzie and Isaac so much. what complex, and interesting multifaceted characters. Talia's characters always feel so fully formed and i just love how her heroes worship the heroine. and Isaac was of course no exception.
This book was just captivating and of course i feel in love with every single secondary character (well not Mark or Lizzie's parents cuz they were just awful!! which was how we were supposed to be feel about them). i loved when the group all got together! Lizzie and her bro Olu and Theo and Jen from book 1 as well as Aria and Yen. i loved that she had people to rally around her when things were just hitting rock bottom.
Isaac didnt really have that because of what he'd been through but he found that in Lizzie. And even though they were from totally different back grounds they just really got each other and connected in a believable way and whoo boy...they were damn hot together.
i just need everyone to read this book ok!
Their journey is so worth it. (And the sex scenes so hot) Isaac thinks of himself as unworthy because of things he's done in the past (it's not a spoiler alert to say that he's an ex-con ... it is in the title after all.) and the experiences he has had. He didn't grow up with money or support and because of that he made choices that were t the best but we're the only ones available.
Lizzy struggles with her body and her self-perception. She's recently diagnosed with diabetes and fights to find her way back to comfortable in a body she feels has betrayed her. And she fights to not listen to the voice inside that tells her she will always be worthless or not pretty or simply average.
Their love comes out on top of course and with the help of friends. I was a little sad we saw so little of Theo and Jenny (Jen. Jennifer. Poor girl) and Aria. I was happy to meet Olu Keynes and look forward to reading more about him. But their appearance does help push Lizzy toward self-acceptance and a found family. Was the conflict ending super believable? Meh it teetered. But it didn't matter because it made me happy, as did the two (!) epilogues.
And Issac is such an emotionally open character with the reader. He knows how the world sees him, he knows the utter rawness of his reality and how he made his money and he hates it himself. Talia was brilliant for the way she crafted Lizzie as an external manifestation of Issac’s internal thoughts.
I always love a good romance from Talia and she delivers every single time!
Top reviews from other countries
I love the fact that all of them feel like they are set in real Britain, not the cookie cutter chocolate box version.
If you like sexy boys, strong kick arse girls and a big dollop of humour you will love this book as much as I did.
I like the way the characters, and their interactions, feel so real. Well written, with an easy flow. Humourous - but also touching on many social prejudices in a non preachy and balanced way.
As always, Talia has written a banger and I had a bit of a book hangover after I finished. I wait with bated breath for the next one