- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 5997 KB
- Print Length: 249 pages
- Publisher: d. Nichole King, LLC (25 Jun. 2018)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07F1WRYSM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 4 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,514,715 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Evolution of Us (Us Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book has EVERYTHING I love in a novel and then some. I’m not even joking. I read it. Read and read it. And got to that point where you’re just so happy you got to read such a jewel that I had a lump in my throat. Do you see where I’m going with this?
Finley and her issues are so real and fascinating she drags you in from the start. She has incredible pull with the guys, but she doesn’t even see it herself. She’s lonely. She misses a love she once owned. She regrets having let him go, but at the same time, she knows with a hundred percent certainty that the person she was back then couldn’t have kept him. Just… what about now?
When she meets him again, for the first time in years, their deep-rooted chemistry is still there. What about his life? What stage is he in? Why doesn’t he tell her right away that he’s about to get married? Whose fault is this whole situation, and does it matter when the love sure as hell is there?
This novel is riveting. Different. Written in such a sure style you’re pulled in and don’t want to let go. You already know you won’t find anything like it as soon as the last page is over and done with.
And when the side-swipe comes in, rocking all your preconceptions overboard, you want to laugh and cry at once, because it’s exactly how it should be, you’re so happy for them, and at the same time—you long for more, more, more!!!
If that isn’t the tell-tale signs of one masterful book, I don’t know what is.
I do this from time to time, tell the reader how lucky they are to not have read a book yet. I’m doing it again: you’re so lucky you’re about to embark on this baby. SO LUCKY!
D. Nichole King wrote a spectacular book! I knew going in that she had the potential to rip my heart out, surprise me, kill me with emotions and make me love it while it was happening. She's done it before and yeah, she just did it again. I loved every amazing, gut-wrenching, soul soaring word in this book.
I knew Finley and Jake from The Story of Us and I kind of loved them and I couldn't wait for them to get their happy ending. Nothing beats a second chance love story and this one was the mother of all second chance stories. The ups and downs were expected, but D. manages to make the expected... unexpected. She gives you everything you plan on and a million things you never saw coming. She gives you every single thing you think you want, but never in the way you expect it. D. elevates the art of storytelling by refusing to follow the rules and choosing not to pander to what the readers think a story should do.
Finley is a wonderful mess, and I mean that in the best possible way. She's real, she's the girl we all know and sometimes were. Her history makes her who she is, but she's trying hard not to be defined by her past. She's a work in progress (aren't we all?) I completely understood her, she was relatable and lovable and she said and thought things that could literally define my life. I wanted her happy ending so badly for her and when it came... I could not have loved it more.
Jake... I love Jake. He's a good guy and his heart was broken when Finley walked away. He's moved on, but his love for Finley never did. . When Finley showed up in his life again, he was thrown for a loop. Jake was pulled in a lot of directions and I felt for him at every turn. I loved him in The Story of Us and I loved him even more in this book.
I was scared to start this one, because I know how D. can mess with my emotions. I was so wrong to feel that way and OH SO RIGHT. This book twisted me up, made me cry, had me laughing, screaming, ready to quit and desperate to keep going. I LOVED THIS BOOK. I read this weeks ago and I STILL can't stop thinking about this story and these characters and how much I loved every single second of this ride.
But then...I saw her. She started opening up and sharing her fears, her doubts and her trauma.
I wasn't sure where it was all going but I'm so glad I went on this ride! Ms. King created very complex characters for whom I found myself rooting one minute and wanting to smack the next.
I'm thrilled that Finley and Ty got their HEA but feel a bit unresolved where Jake is concerned. Part of me wants to believe he lives in regret for walking away from Finley a second time and the other part hopes he's happy and choosing Katrice doesn't feel like "settling".
This is a story about what happens when we allow our fears to influence our decisions and the freedom we get from confronting them. Bravo, Ms. King! Bravo!