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April Snow (August Fog Book 3) by [Goulden, A.L.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2118 KB
  • Print Length: 238 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TDAI8R0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,787,454 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Following hot on the metaphorical heels of December Rain – April Snow picks up the story after only a few days.
I have to say that the story will have your heart in your mouth in many respects and when it hasn’t it will have you reaching for a fan.
I am not one that generally finds storyline with an affair much to sing about but I have to say that the author handled this with a delicacy that meant that I couldn’t help but be enraptured by their plight – especially Monica. I felt her pain when it came to the fact that her heart was torn between these two mazing men – I genuine got that she could feel love for them both – did it help to justify her affair – no not really but it did help me to explain it.
April Snow is the conclusion of the series and finally Monica has the chance and time to realise where her heart truly lies – is it who I thought it would be , well that is for me to know and you to read and find out – but be you Team Quinn or Team Alex, you will enjoy the tale as you uncover her decision.
A fabulously well written tale of complication, life and life choices and moreover loving yourself enough to make a decision that no matter how hard is right for you.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x906e524c) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
HASH(0x90084f78) out of 5 stars thoughts on april snow 10 April 2015
By hello-booklover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love how this story of Quinn and Monica ended. We got to see more of who Quinn is and how much he has changed from what he perceives he once was. I love that we may see a hint of other books through the romance brewing between Kenji and Robin.

The writing is fantastic and has you feeling the emotion of the character. Quinn was great. STill iffy on his actions towards Alex but he is stil a great character. He has charm, charisma and is kind.

Robin is awesome and she deserves a metal for putting up with all Monica dishes out at her. I hope we get to see her and Kenji in a book.

Alex I still love him. He does have a past and he does have a right to let out his anger I wouldn't say the way he did was a good way but it did add a nice element to the book. I was happy to see him taking control of his future. I hope we get a book of him finding someone.

Who I had a problem with was Monica. She was selfish in this book. Her love was selfish. Her treatment towards Alex all kinds of wrong. She walks away goes to Quinn but doesn't want anyone with Alex. Jumps to conclusions if he is around another women because she doesn't trust him and yet she is shacking up with Quinn. All kinds of serious wrong there. She doesn't want him but doesn't want him to move on. That is a selfish love. You can't have it all ways.

This is the romantic story of Quinn and Monica. How they are finally together and what they go through to get to the point of wanting to spend the rest of their days togetjher. it's the look at their lives as one household. The everyday workings of being together. We see Quinn become a open book and Monica still hide her past issues.

The story is sexy in the intimate scenes. Quinn is quite the dominant male in the moments of passion. We see trust be built and relationships grow. We see moving on and forward and walking away from others.

A story about life and love. Going forward in your relationships and finding ways to strengthen bonds. A well written sometimes emotionally high book about two people and how they live together, sort through life one day at a time while falling more in love and learning about one another.
HASH(0x90da6f48) out of 5 stars Great finish to a great series 13 Aug. 2015
By m pollard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The author knew exactly what the readers wanted and delivered in amazing fashion. The reader becomes so immersed in the story and loses their self in it. The characters are friends, not just words on a page. It was a terrific read - though I am sad to see the end of a great series.

I was given the book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley.
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