on May 21, 2012
Horrible. Book ended with no resolution.
on July 02, 2012
Previous poster was correct. While the book was a fairly good read, it was not worth the price. Mitchell denigrated Delanie for most of the book then on the last page turned around and found value in her when during the entire book she was a "soul less gold digger".
Mitchell spent no time working on his relationship or bonding with his daughter. It was as if the author ran out of steam and rushed the ending. She should have added 20 more pages.
The Spaniard's Woman - Contemporary Romance
on July 08, 2012
I purchased this book hoping it was different from all the other books where the man was in control and the woman was a doormat. Unfortunately, it was the same. Gabriel originally planned to get married and have Rhianna as his mistress. She left and he got married. Now she going to be the wife. What happens when he takes another mistress?
I'm adding that Rhianna was one of the dumbest protagonist ever. Her employer, a wealthy man in his own right, offers to pay for custody lawyers and she refuses? It was only .99 but I wished I spent it on a different book.
on July 12, 2012
Good short story but ended too abruptly. Angel should have been able to confront Eric and his parents.
on July 01, 2013
Love, loved this book!! Great plot, steady, fast past. Can't wait for the next.
Innocence of the Innocent
on July 07, 2013
Excellent book, broke my heart. I know we tell kids to tell but how do we get through to the ones who won't. What's the magic words for those kids.
Share Your Toys, Timothy!
on Oct. 30, 2013
Very good story. I wish I was able to read where Tim gave Ned what was coming to him. I wished for Tim to SLOWLY torture Ned.
After The Tears End
on Nov. 01, 2013
This was a very interesting book. At first I was going to find fault with the ending but I realized it was not my story to tell. The more I thought about it; I would recommend it as a good read with an unexpected ending (NO SPOILERS, didn't want to give too much away).
on Jan. 06, 2014
Authors should let the reader's know first off that a story is not complete or just a free teaser. When a story stop right in the middle I refuse to purchase the next part. Publish the whole thing then set your price. What is so hard about that?