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The Wrong Man (Love Unexpected) (Volume 2) Paperback – February 4, 2014
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While I enjoyed Ryan and Shawna from The Blind Date, I loved Talia and Tomas. There was a emotional connection between the characters that I could feel in this story; the angst was palatable. I like that Tomas knew what he wanted and knew he would have it. It was like he could see through her. That kind of confidence is so sexy. I went through a gamut of feelings for Talia. At first I felt bad for her then I did not like her then I understood her and wanted the best for her. I do think she is right for Tomas as she will keep him on his toes and challenge him. Now those sex scenes...this author knows how to write them, so much so that I felt like I peeking into their private moments.
The writing is fluid, descriptive, developed and well edited. I've come to depend on this author for delivering a complete love story that takes me on a journey of that love coming full circle. This story is no exception. Well done.
There were a couple things that kind of irked me. If you're going to have a character speak a different language, it might be good to add some translation. Either through conversation or internal dialogue. I didn't realize there were translations in the back of the book until it was too late.
Also, it was sometimes hard to follow who's point of view we're reading. Switching from Tomas to Talia in the middle of a paragraph was a bit distracting.
All in all, I did enjoy the book. Their conversations and situations felt real. With each turn of the page, I was anxious to see what would happen next.