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- Print Length: 299 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XYT69MW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,937 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Emily Stone's life has recently hit a blip. Fired from her job as a law associate and forced to vacate her apartment, she has no choice other than to return to her hometown and dependable sister Alexis. Having left the popular home queen and returning in somewhat disgrace, revising and regrouping is at the top of her agenda.
Whilst visiting her favourite old haunt as a teenager she encounters a new face. A face she likes a lot. What she doesn't know if that she and the new "stranger" have history. Owen Grant's last encounter with Emily doesn't inspire much of welcome but his off putting, grouchy exterior only serves to increase her attraction and interest.
At first glance Emily is a beautiful, confident, snarky go-getter. Had Owen not had a glimpse of what lay beneath all those years ago, he'd be inclined to accept that version of her too. His intuitive nature and desire to reach all parts of her surpasses the anger he once held. The connection they have now is more than he would have dared to imagine.
I love the subtly in Veronica Larsen's storytelling. It's woven through the plot and the novels ambience. The conflict that presents itself in the latter stage of the book felt more believable but still unpredictable because of it. I like my characters to feel genuine and their lives authentic. Emily and Owen were certainly flawed but their weaknesses were compensated by the others strengths.
The Hearts of Stone series is one I'm sold on and as I follow Veronica's work, I know the next instalment is called Endeavour. I won't bother comment about how much I endeavour to read it.
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While I enjoyed the story there felt like so,etching was missing and the story was left unfinished. After readying the last worlds my first thoughts were that's it? Which almost took away from the book and story.
This is a good book and addition to this series but it needs a well placed couple added chapter to help clean up what feels like to many open questions.
Owen is the perfect counterpoint to all of that. He's absolutely perfect, but it's up to Emily to realize that.
This is their story, and it's like talking to a best friend about her life and watching her make the choices that will either make or break her happiness. I couldn't put it down!!
How is it that more people aren't reading Veronica Larsens work?