- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2719 KB
- Print Length: 222 pages
- Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing (4 Oct. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074CZ974G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,312,686 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Love Restrained Kindle Edition
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Four out of five fairy kisses for this reader.
This exciting story draws one in and provides a story that involves personable characters who are caught in difficult circumstances that are complicated even more by perception issues that abound. I liked the story itself, but the delivery frustrated me, with its constant shifting between third and first person point of view within the same scene. The positive aspect was the ability to see exactly what the particular character was thinking, but the continual shift from musings to sharing the experience made the action jerky for me. Despite this, I enjoyed the twists and turns in the story (although I wasn’t thrilled about the time lapse of years that were glossed over) and cared enough about these folks to hope they overcame the painful issues that shaped their lives.
There is a sobering look at the issues of addiction and abuse that forms a running theme through the story and occasional episodes of violence that may disturb those with triggers. This is an intense and entertaining adventure that reminds the reader of the sacrifice and danger that is involved with working in law enforcement which impacts not only the officer but also his or her extended family, and emphasizes how important family is—to make a positive or negative impact on one’s life.
A copy of this title was provided to me for review
When I read this blurb, it instantly grabbed my attention. A bad boy, a cop, and a history of romance; how could I not read it? Well, I was very pleasantly surprised I enjoyed it even more than I anticipated!
These two characters were fun to read. They have an intense chemistry that she tries to fight. It’s obvious they are both attracted to one another but there is a history that weighs between the two. It’s intense at times, comical at others, and downright heartbreaking as well.
The author does a great job writing each scene. It’s detailed out leaving no guessing what is going on. Descriptions were on par to keep ones attention. It made it very easy to visualize the scenery and action.
This was, overall, a very good book. There was action, there was love, there was some serious chemistry, and there was love. It was a deep down unquestionable love that took a while to fully show up. I would definitely recommend reading this book. It was an incredible read!
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
I loved that the book didn't have any "fillers" so to speak. The plot scenes progressed at a great pace and gave the actual story instead of endless descriptions and unnecessary info. It was just the book and I loved that. I read this book without being bored and waiting for the next big scene to happen.
I liked the opposites attract feel of Kylee being a cop and Jayson being a criminal. I loved how their relationship developed. It wasn't rushed, over the top, or unbelievable. They had issues and they tried to work through them and neither of them were perfect. I didn't like that Kylee's parents kept so much from her. SO much. I completely empathized with Kylee when she admitted that she felt so alone. The revelation about Jayson was extremely unexpected, but so very well written. The same for who the real criminal was. This was one of the few books that I've read that actually kept me guessing. I had an idea and suspected quite a few people, but wasn't truly sure until the first phone call.
My biggest complaint was that throughout the book there were instances of back and forth POV. Not alternating POV where Jayson has a chapter or scene and then Bailey has one (that's actually how it was lol), but where Bailey is speaking in first person POV in one sentence and the next is in third person. This drove me insane, but I was still able to enjoy the book.
I look forward to more from this author and would recommend her work to others.
**I received an ARC and reviewed voluntarily.**