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- File Size: 2736 KB
- Print Length: 426 pages
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LR7MKUM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #247,357 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Exposed: Book One of The Love Seekers Series Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Emma and Bryan Was Fantastic Characters And The Chemistry Just Flew From The Pages, I Suffer Something Similar To Emma Health Wise And I Can Honestly Say that Maria Vickers Is On THE Money With How You Are Treated.
Any Way I Just Need To Say That, This Book Made My Heart Break For Emma (and myself, it was like reading my life story) And I Cried Lots and Lots of Tears Whilst Reading This Beautifully Written Book, Where The Leading Man Was A Hero In More Than Just How He Was A Sailor And In Navy. I Believe Brian Us So Much More Than That.
I Recommend This Book So So Much. Bravo Maria For This Awesome Book
I was so excited to get my hands on this book after reading the blurb and dove into the book right away but sadly I was left disappointed. I enjoyed the friendship between the leading Lady and her best friend Mel. Their friendship was loving and supportive but funny too. The story flowed along well, but, it was a bit long and drawn out and predictable so this story, sadly, did not hit the mark for me. I would have liked to feel more for Emma but I was too bombarded with her symptoms and struggled to connect with their story. I really REALLY don't want to believe that there are so many people out there that would behave so disgustingly towards someone who is disabled. I must lead a pretty sheltered life, or have not met anyone with as many bad manners or lacking compassion as some of the characters in this book. It seemed that it is commonplace to have strangers just tell you to your face that you are not worth wasting time with and being so venomous.
That said, I liked Bryan's character. He is like some kind of hero.
Emma has a bad blind date, set up by her best friend's friend. This date walks out as Emma arrives as she comes into the restaurant using her walking stick. She suffers with a muscle wasting disability and needs help walking. When she gets home she logs on to 'Face Space' and rants to her friend.. or so she thinks. Turns out it was to Bryan. They get talking and he vows to help her find love. He tells her she isn't his type. Bryan is Emma's friend, Mel's, best friend. Emma had met him at Mel's engagement party and had an instant crush on him. They talk most nights via text on this Face Space and both have feelings that they try to hide.
You'll have to read it to find out if Emma is Bryan's type after all....