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This Man Confessed (This Man Trilogy 3)
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 24 July 2013
So often in this modern day of trilogys the third book turns out to be so disappointing, this is NOT the case with This man Confessed. A great end to a great story. Lots of twists and turns and things you never visioned happening. A really great read and a highly recommended trilogy of books.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This Man Confessed, the third instalment in this fabulous trilogy was highly anticipated and under a lot of pressure to be absolutely fantastic. But to be fair, if it had Jesse in the starring role, it was bound to be anything but.

I love This Man!

We really get to know what makes Jesse tick and understand his irrational behaviour in this one and I loved every minute. I even loved Ava by the end and that's saying something.

Loads of drama, snuggles and confessions.

Well done Jodi, from London-ish.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Publishing day may have been a bit of a shambles for the UK, but the wait was worth it. It's such a shame that after all the anticipation, build-up and buzz, the actions of whoever was responsible for failing to get it on here took the shine off the release of this fabulous finale.

The passion, pain, trampling, secrets, confessions, insecurities, shocks and excitement are all present in abundance and I couldn't put it down.

My only grumble is that some of the typos haven't been picked up on by the publishing house. But that doesn't detract from a fabulous rollercoaster of a read that makes you smile, breaks your heart that little bit and makes you fall completely and utterly in love with The Lord all over again. And all the time it has stayed completely true to its British roots.

If you have yet to read enjoy. I'm a little jealous that you get to read it for the first time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 July 2013
Wow Jodi does it again!
Heart stopping...emotional...hot and really funny in places. Jesse is truly the best book bloke in the world, after this I am truly madly deeply in love with him and Ava is also exceptional as she grows with Jesse and supports him when needed although this isn't without a few bumps along the way...or more like mountains than bumps!
This trilogy has to be the absolute best and for those a little worried about Jesse in book 2 he truly redeems himself here. The writing is brilliant and the editing spot on.
As others have said this book has the best Epilogue ever and I am still chuckling about it now
I am going to miss you Jesse but look forward to more by this fabulous writer
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 12 November 2014
Loved it. I read all three in two days, just couldn't put them down. With so many story twists and surprising events, I was always interested and eager to read more. A great writing style which flows great and is a pleasure to read.
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on 15 July 2013
This Man Confessed...and that he did.

The This Man Trilogy what can I say This Man reignited my passion for reading so will always have a place in my heart. I was in a bittersweet situation as l had waited months for the third and final instalment to be published but at the same time could not bring myself to read it straightaway l was desperate to read the conclusion and have the answers I needed answering but at the same time l wasn't ready to say goodbye to Jesse n Ava...so after a week of putting it off l began the final part of their journey and again fell straight back in love with these characters. I embarked on a roller coaster of a journey where l was happy, shocked, upset and happy again. For me l thought the book started well again l was gripped but then and it saddens me to say l was a little bored in the middle and it really pains me to say it with all the sex I found myself skipping paragraphs just to get back to the story which l will admit l found this the same with 50 shades but feel l need to be honest and then bang the final part of the book sucked me right back in. The ending for me tied everything up and although l didn't want it to end l feel Jodi delivered perfectly and kept true to the story she envisaged prior to writing. I loved the epilogue...

The This Man Trilogy is and will always be my number one trilogy and Jesse Ward will always be my number one!

Jodi thank you for following you dream and introducing me to Mr Jesse Ward...in doing so you allowed me to escape reality and heal through rekindling my love affair with reading and passion for books...take a bow and enjoy the journey of success which is well deserved basking in all the glory that is Jesse Ward...l cannot wait to see what the future holds for you and what delights you have for us to read next :-)
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on 14 July 2013
After the slight disappointment in Book 2, the final instalment of this great trilogy did not disappoint and I am awarding top marks because overall I have really enjoyed the complete set and this is the only way that I can reward it.

Jesse's life takes Ava on more twists and turns than a twisty, turny thing...and I found myself dipping back into Book 1 to remind myself and understand the spellbinding chemistry that captured them both from the outset. To be frank, I had to question why anyone Ava would stay when his actions and revelations about his past throws so much at her. The author really did dump everything, including the kitchen sink, into Jesse's history.

In as much as i wanted to love the Jesse character, there are sides to him which are not nice. I wanted a lovable and cheeky character, but essentially he is a selfish and self-centered character, and in this book I learnt more towards supporting Ava than fallin in love with Jesse. Ava does nit really bring much to the party, but Jesse has enough baggage for the pair of them and if he had of revealed all his past to her from the start, we wouldn't have had 3 books. So it is "The Jesse Show". I agree that it would have been nice for the development of other characters to have crossed into the storyline a bit more, but the books are really about Jesse and Ava, so to have that in the final instalment would have been a bit disjointed. I did enjoy the sweetness of them together when they took their holiday, but then I am a sucker for romance, hearts and flowers!

The Epilogue was weird and the author depicts the kids as miniature version of the adults, which is odd and the kids talking in the same language as the parents was just wrong!

Yes, it is like FSOG, but this is more believeable (and fab that it is set in England) and to be honest I kinda wish I had read this series first, then I wouldn't be comparing this to FSOG, but most definitely the other way round.

I usually delete read books from the kindle, but this set I will keep, like FSOG, and read again and again.
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I want to start out by saying how much I enjoyed this This Man Confessed. Have Ava and I kissed and made up? Well, we are still not the best of friends... but I only wanted to kill her around three to four times this go around so it was major progress for our relationship.

"My beautiful girl. My defiant temptress. My lady. My angel. My Ava."

I would say for the first quarter of the book I was still angry with her, I still stick by my statement that she is childish and immature. But she slowly started to grow. Of course this is not to say she didn't still think some really stupid thoughts now and again. She is just so insecure... but yes she got better. And I am happy to say by the end I liked her.

"Do you feel that?" He flattens my palms on his chest and holds them there firmly.

"It was made to love you, Ava. For too long it was useless, redundant, not required. Now it's gone into overdrive. It swells with happiness when I look at you. It splinters with pain when we fight. And it beats wildly when I make love to you. Maybe I go overboard with my love, but that's never going to change. I'll love you this fiercely until the day I die, baby."

Jesse... *sigh* I fell for him even harder. As this is the final book in the series, all of his secrets have now come out. And, WOW, are they some shockers. I thought I had some of them figured out, but there is no way to have figured them all out. I was constantly being hit again and again with surprise after surprise. As always, the twists and turns are many, and they will keep you turning the pages as fast as you can.

"You keep my heart beating. And it will only ever beat for you."

If I could leave you with one parting suggestion. I waited until the third book was released so that I could read them all back to back. With some series, I would strongly suggest this course of action. But with the This Man series, I strongly suggest you take a little break between books. Not a huge break, maybe just a little novella or short, cute story. Because these books are intense, and the characters are a bit crazy. They are up and down, and all around non-stop. You will be mentally exhausted by the end. I still think Ava would have drove me bat sh*t crazy, but maybe if I would have had a little break between books... it wouldn't have been to such an extreme.

So yes, I recommend this series. The story is intriguing and will keep you guessing, and I think you will be very happy with the ending. Oh, and there is the most perfect Epilogue EVER. It is even in Jesse's point of view... *swoon*

"........end of!"

Christine
Rainy Day Reads
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 1 August 2014
Oh hell! This series has been absolutely fabulous. I have laughed out loud and I have cried, more so during this third book. I love that Ava was his "beautiful girl", I love it when he tells her "watch your mouth", and I love it when he frequently says "I like your dress". I love the Ava Wall and could picture this with ease. So many tense moments but equally matched with tender ones. Jodi's writing has been outstandingly flawless in all three of these books and I am looking forward to reading more from her. More than deserves five stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 26 June 2014
It might look, to someone, like the ordinary love story - but it's nothing like. I'm addicted to this trilogy and highly recommend it to anyone seeking for a mind blowing extraordinary love story. To be honest this is the first book that really got me addicted,the way it has been written not knowing what to expect and surprise in every corner. While reading I tought, I love it, I hate it, it's distracting, it's mind blowing amd I had to keep reading...! Well done to the writer.
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