- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 804.0 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Publisher: Harvey Berrick Publishing; 1 edition (26 Dec. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0765BWQ24
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 22 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,715 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I didn’t expect to like Zef as much as I did, knowing his background story in Dangerous to know and love, where I first met and disliked him.
I found myself changing my opinion about him as I learned more of his earlier life and why he made some of the choices he had.
Zef is a man who will put others before himself, not in a fluffy manner but rather in a gruff one that makes it hard to see his goodness straight away.
Sara is young and I liked that Jane showed us Sara’s immature decisions and reminded us that really when 2 people meet who recognise a need in each other then age really is just a number.
Sara annoyed me at times and I wanted to shake her sometimes but this didn’t really detract from the story because you saw why she made rash decisions.
This was a really good end to the series and I loved that Jane brought Daniel back.
I was left with a smile on my face.
Jane has managed to keep the magic of the Carnival alive through out these books and each is as good as the last!!
Continuing on with the series this book tells us the road that Zefs journey takes him on after he finds out that the girl he has been seeing on and off falls pregnant to someone else leaving Zef lonely since both Kes and Tucker are both in love and coupled up.
Imagine his surprise when he finds a stowaway in the back of his rig in the shape of young sweet good looking Sara who has her own problems.. this brings us an unlikely pair but can they help each other out and find friendship and support?
This book is absolutely jammed full of fun.. angst ..love.. emotions and seriously keeps you hooked from page one until the very end!
Lots of highs and lows involved and im not scared to say i shed a tear or two... gutted this series is over BUT this is the best way for it to end.
Please please please read this whole series!!
I would highly recommend this book and the others in the series, in fact I highly recommend all of the books Jane Harvey-Berrick has written so have a look at them.
The research Jane does when writing is wonderful adding so much colour and detail to the story.
Well worth a read for cosy afternoon
Ok, superlatives aside, for now, this story has romance, tragedy, happiness, sadness and every emotion in between. When Zef thinks his future is doomed with the news he receives that Mirelle has ended things with him, in the cruellest sense possible, he is left with his travelling family and not much else. With Ollo and Bo at his side though, he finds the strength to continue with his life and not risk returning to the addictions which have plagued his past. When he meets stowaway Sara, Zef is at his lowest and despite the best interests of his friends, sees nothing in Sara but trouble. Sara is young and has found herself running from a painful past and carrying part of her traumas with her. Despite being fearful of Zef, she is also intrigued by him and watches him relentlessly.
Sara is timid, frightened and fearful of being returned to her family but with the Carnival folk on her side, she soon becomes one of the family but is still kept at a distance by Zef. Slowly but surely though, Zef’s barriers are broken down and he soon experiences hopes for the first time in a while.
Sara and Zef’s developing relationship is slow and deliberate and written in a way that draws you in and at the same time makes you fearful for your own heartbreaking if things go wrong. Sara and Zef seem to be held together by little Bo who, as with every story, unwittingly steals the limelight as he wheedles his way into everyone's hearts. Bo even finds himself a friend in this story just to raise the cuteness levels even higher!
I also thoroughly enjoyed spending more time with rest of the carnival characters that we have come to love, from Aimee and Kes to Tucker, Tera, Zach, Luke, and of course Ollo.
I am so incredibly sad to see this series ending. I have loved each and every moment with these characters and I will never forget them.
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Zef and Sara’s story is beautiful, plenty of ups and downs to keep the flow going and I’ve smiled most of the way through...Read more
Carnival is book 4 of the Traveling Series, so it goes without saying if you want to read it, make sure you read all...Read more