- File Size: 2372 KB
- Print Length: 202 pages
- Publication Date: May 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06X18WTXS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,326 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
|Print List Price:||$13.99|
Save $10.00 (71%)
Until Sage (Until Him) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
When Until Sage hit my kindle I was extremely excited, I have wanted to see what was behind the issues of Sage and Kim. I loved Until Sage, I have loved all the Until books and Sage he is another sexy, alpha, bad@$$ addition to the Mayson clan. If you are unfamiliar with Sage he is the adopted son of Nico and Sophie so he doesn’t believe that the boom would happen for him or really even believe in it. Well that is until Kim. (See what I did there ;) )
When we learn the reason why they are not together and Sage’s reaction when he sees Kim after it happens well let me just say I wanted to grab Sage and knee him in the balls. Now don’t get me wrong I could see why he would feel that way but $@! he was an @$$%^&*. That temper of his is quick; he reacts before he thinks at times and that is something that could cost him his chance with Kim. But here is the thing, a real man knows when he has screwed up, and knows to make it right. Sage does just that but I also understood why he would feel the way he did about certain things, and no I am not telling you read the book to find out. His boom is with Kim.
I felt for Kim on so many levels. Her sister and her death, her feelings for Sage, the way her birth mom treated her and so many other factors had my heart hurting for her more than once. She at times may come across as a little bit weak but she has strength that comes out when needed. I thought that these two were meant for each other, they have a shared connection, they have chemistry that is off the charts, and they have so much more that makes the relationship between these two so special.
I loved Until Sage; from the beginning until the very end I loved it. Aurora Rose Reynolds has written another book that I plan to read again and again. She writes some of my absolute favorite book boyfriends, I did try to claim Sage by licking him but a certain person *cough cough Natasha* wouldn’t let me. I can easily shout that Until Sage needs to be on your TBR lists, come experience the boom for yourself and see why this book whore loved Until Sage as much as I did.
I loved this book for lots of reasons. I like the balance between steamy love making (which is REALLY HOT) and really touching scenes where they express their love for each other. Some of these scenes are romantic but some aren't, they're just really sweet and heartfelt. I liked that the issue of what it's like to love someone with a chronic illness is featured in the story and for once, there is no near-death scenario that makes everyone suddenly appreciate how much they really love each other, etc. Instead, the issue is addressed in a very realistic way: it's a challenge but totally doable, people adjust and move on with their lives.
I am an adoptive mom, so I really loved how adoption is so prominently featured in the story in such an honest and realistic way. All the different perspectives of all the people involved in the adoption: birth mothers, adoptive parents, adopted children are portrayed in the story. Each of the characters in the adoption triad dealt with the issue differently. My one complaint would be that birth mothers tend to be so negatively portrayed in fiction and while some of the birth mothers in this story weren't negatively portrayed, some were. I hope at some point authors will portray birth mothers as multifaceted as they portray their other characters. All birth mothers aren't drug addicts and scheming liars, many are very brave, selfless young women who place their children for adoption so the children can have a chance at a better life.
I must admit that this book is one of my favorite in the series and I look forward to reading the next book.
I don't really understand the plot, like what was the central conflict? It started out as the fight about what Kelly did (which the readers didn't get to see), but this was almost too easily resolved. I am also a little confused about the whole Kelly episode. Did he not call her Kim once? Did he not bring up any of the stuff they said or did? Didn't he wonder why she was treating him like a stranger?
Then there was the conflict of Kim having kidney failure. It seems pretty serious; however, the readers never get to see her sick. She's FINE through the whole story...which makes me wonder why this is even an issue? Also, Sage freaking out was complete overkill, and Kim had every reason to leave because his reaction seemed pretty violent and uncalled for.
There was the issue of Kim's mother and the guilt over Kelly, but again Everything gets easily resolved. There really isn't any tension.
Plus, what is up with all the horrible women? Why are all the mothers negligent and abusive? Why are all the exes psychotic? This occurs in almost every book in the series, and it's getting a little old.