I enjoyed the book. The flashbacks made it easy to understand and know the characters. giving them their own space also allowed the to grow.
Although i wish there was more of their story as a group, it felt like a leap from when they were all together to the end.
i didn't think i would finish the first chapter let alone the entire book.
this reminded me of the Curt Doglaus movie where the dude just lost his mind and went on rampage.
i like how i was atuned to this psycho's mind.
i liked it
Talia had an instant family but she still felt like she didn't belong. This was because she didn't know who or what she was. Looking beyond the romance I find this to be a coming of age story. Talia needed to find out who she was, accept it so that she could live fulfilling life. When Corwin asks her the question "who are you?" you can't help but find yourself on that other side of the question. it invokes a thought and for a second you are in Talia's shoes.
Thank you for writing a beautiful story. I think the hardest part of an author's work is to engage his or her audience and you did that very well. Although I found some of the sentences kind of dragging me along, it did not deter me from the story.
i lived this book. it had the right amount of romance and spice, and of course the fear of love and sub-sequential hurt. Nico and Bronte are perfect for each other. one was strong where the other was afraid and they rubbed off on each other in a very good way.
I can't wait for Run Rosie Run. With how Alexander and Rosie are such complete opposites.. it's a recipe for true love disaster!
talk about explosive relationships! Stefan and Isabelle were like a blazing flame that burns you if you get too close. i loved how protective he was, and even though he was ashamed of his past, he was more than willing to become the monster he used to be just to protect Isabelle
I enjoyed this book. the story flowed and the writing was great. It felt like an everyday occurence which is great, but not so great at the same time. With the resistance Ivan and V (can't remeber how to spell his full name) I expected so much more action. And I expected so much from Nic's character.
Maybe the next one will 'quench my thirst'. I'm looking forward to reading it.
I enjoyed this book. Although it seemd to go on and on at some parts, I liked the main story. It confused me and t still does but the intensity of everything going on in Alex's life was what I enjoyed most. I hope there is a boook 2 to clear everything up
This was a lovely finale book where in the end it shows how everyone ended up. the snip bit about Angel and Sarah was both heartbreaking and heartwarming.
Sal and Grace, this relationship had no normal beginning like the others. 'she is what i want and and she is what i'll get' and i loved that about Sal but honesty is the best policy lol! though Grace's insecurities still are present in the future and I would have loved to see how it would after Rose's future.
Is there a story about Rose and Vic?
too much insecurities, but it was an eye into how a mature relationship is affected when the younger one was not completely resolved. I loved the characters and the intensity in this particular relationship out of all the other books
loved this guy! He had a temper but his character was so intense funny and sensitive in all the books. I also loved Izzy's character. She was very unique from all the girls. She wasn't always looking for a reason to confirm her insecurities it was always Romero first, everyone else last. Wonderful love story
this is a beautiful follow up to A Moment. Alex has spent all his life trying to save Ryan from a life of distraction. When Lili steps in to fulfill that role, doing a better job at it, he becomes lost and now he's the one who needs saving from the distractive path he is on.
Zoe has her own problems with her family, but she finally takes control of her life and he stable footing is what Alex needs to find his own footing. The books ends when Ryan and Alex go face the cause of their nightmare with the support of the women they love. It is a great and inspiring read that I highly recommend