- File Size: 5318 KB
- Print Length: 302 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 7, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01FIK4CZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #363,377 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Great characters, and I could truly feel what they were feeling and going through. The only thing I could wish for, is a little more non sex relationship building during the buildup of their relationship. But we get more of that a little later on, and it is wonderful. Fast paced and keeps you reading and needing to come back and find out what happens next. I love the way this ended, greatness!
"She's my son's crush, she's twenty-two. She's just a kid and she's sixteen years younger than me. She's off-limits."
I love taboo romance stories. There is just something about forbidden love that excites me. We Shouldn't And Yet... is about Jensen and Aideen. Jensen recently found out that he has a twenty-two year old son named Hal. Hal has a best friend named Aideen who temporarily moves in with them till she finds her own place. Aideen moved to another city to get away from her past and is also still trying to find herself.
Hal has been a great support to Aideen but he also has a crush on her. Jensen is a very moody man. He is going through some things as well, and drowns his sorrows in alcohol. He is a broken soldier and is back from a last hellish tour. The moment he meets Aideen he starts feeling something. It is normal to be attracted to a beautiful young woman, but he needs to keep his feelings in check. Jensen and Aideen are in such a difficult situation. Whatever they decide to do someone will get hurt. They try to resist each other, but that doesn't last long.
"She doesn't understand that I'm obsessed. She's always there on my mind and I can't get enough of her."
What I like about this story is that even though Aideen is only twenty-two to Jensen's thirty-eight she doesn't act childish or play games. That is mainly because of her past. She had to grow up faster than the typical girl her age. This really gave her the maturity that matched Jensen's. I think that is why they were such a great match.
What I didn't like that much was the development of the characters. I didn't feel like there was enough development for them as a couple. There was something missing and that resulted in me not being fully satisfied with the book. The ending in my opinion was a bit rushed and two or three chapters could've been added to conclude it better.