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The Probability of Violet and Luke (The Coincidence Book 4) by [Sorensen, Jessica]
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The fourth book in the stunning Callie and Kayden series from number one New York Times bestselling sensation Jessica Sorensen.

About the Author

Jessica Sorensen lives in Wyoming with her husband and three children. She is the author of numerous romance novels. Her New Adult novels have been New York Times bestsellers.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 833 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 149613432X
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IMPIO4E
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #236,101 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm a big fan of Jessica Sorensen books and I'm loving the Violet and Luke series just as much as her others. My only problem with this one though was the errors in grammar. Stuff like "no" rather than "know" gets annoying after a while and there was just too much of it in this book. I'm surprised because it's never been a problem in other books by this author. That said I'm already looking forward to book 3 (where hopefully there is a bit more proofreading before publication).
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Found this continuing story of Violet and Luke a bit tedious and nothing much had moved on from the previous one. It generally felt a bit flat I'm sorry to say as I loved the story of Kayden and Callie and I was hopeful that the story between Violet and Luke would be just as good but it got me down how depressing and stupid Violet could be and especially when she went back to Preston. I would prefer one complete longer book about them instead of several shorter books over a long period. I presume there will be another book to their continuing story and I hope it won't be as disappointing as this one.
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I loved the continuation of Violet and Luke's story. When reviewing any book, I don't give any spoilers, I will say I can't wait for the next book and the continuation, hopefully, of their romance even through the difficult times. All of the characters stayed true to the first book and each have their own unique quirks, likes and dislikes.
However, I found the grammar slightly below Jessica's usual high standard, which was a little frustrating, therefore only giving four stars, but taking nothing away from the story itself, to which I would have given five stars.
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I love the character Luke is becoming when he’s with Violet, how protective and loving he is with her by the end of the book and it shows that with the right partner it can completely change a person for the better.

This book was a bit of a filler I felt but I’m looking forward to the next instalment.
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I hated "The Destiny" it was so damned depressing - but I still felt compelled to see how things turned out. I liked this one much better but frustratingly it still isn't the end of the story which I find a little bit irritating. Still - I've got to know how it ends so I'll be buying the next one (again...)
This one feels more like a stepping stone book between the beginning and (hopefully) the conclusion. I really want them to be happy and I hope they will be in the long run.
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The probability of Violet and Luke is book #4 in the Coincidence Series.

Bloody hell its 2.50am and I just devoured this book in a couple of hours. It’s been ages since I read any of this authors books so I’d forgotten how they affect me.

I think I’d go as far as to say that her books need to come with a warning label. Like do not read this book before bed because you won’t get any sleep. Or don’t read this book if you expect to start a book then put it down for a day.

I’m a little shell shocked but to be honest I’m not really sure why. The probability of Violet and Luke is not my first rodeo when it comes to Jessica Sorensen’s books in fact I think this is the 6th or 7th I’ve read so far.

It’s been months since I read the first Luke & Violet book so I’d sort of forgotten what happen. That lasted till the end of the first chapter and I was right back in the thick of the story and completely and utterly hooked.

I don’t think I could have put this book down if I had tried. But honest why would I want to????

Violet and Luke are two of the most broken down, painful, sorrowful characters I have ever encountered. Their lives have been horrendous and yet fate has brought them together again to find solus in each other and help them survive.

I find their relationship disturbingly beautiful, it’s shouldn’t work, they are both so far past normal that they should be incapable of a normal relationship. But the love and connection they share allows them to mend each other’s souls.

I loved this book almost as much as I should hate it. This isn’t a love story but somehow it manages to be all about love.
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I was waiting for this next installment and wasn't disappointed. Wonderful read, brilliantly detailed, believable characters and a great story. As Oliver said, "please can I have some more....."
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not sure if I loved it or not. as always I loved luke he's something special that boy is but didn't have a great story line. sick of violet she's too depressing. I guessed it was Preston for a little while. can't wait to read the next one now
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