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- Language: English
- ASIN: B017T8WJO0
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- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,302 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved the characters and felt tremendous empathy for the plight of Levi, and the upmost respect for his selfless stance in life. There are a lot of factors at play for the lovestruck couple but as is Melanie's style, its done with brilliant humour and some serious sexy time. An excellent read!
At the beginning of each book in the series, I always said to myself, “Some Sort of…” what is Some Sort of? And the end I found that understand the meaning of that.
In Skylar’s book she just wanted happiness and Sebastian just wanted the same thing. And for each person happiness is different. And the author defined their “sort” of happiness quite well. She defined also defined Natalie’s and Miles craziness quite well too. Crazy is different for everyone. Some would think that the author got the two mixed up. I could see that, giving the nature of Sebastian, but the relationship between Natalie and Miles is a little crazy. So, I think she got it right.
When I opened Some Sort of Love, I was thinking how in the world is she going to define Jillian story. Jillian and Levi’s story is complex. Jillian wants more, Levi is scared and it’s not because he doesn’t love her but because he loves his son. He loves them both and he’s not sure how to balance it.
Ms. Harlow defined Some Sort of Love as it doesn’t matter who you love, what they have or who they have in their life, you accept it all in a sort of way that works for you, so you can fit that person’s entirety in your heart. Everyone has their definition of love and for Jillian and Levi it’s not a crazy, or happy love, it’s a deeper, all around sort of love that only they have.Read more ›
I am not sure what it was or whether I can even explain it, but there was just something about the story that talked to me. It could be that I can relate to Jillian as I also put my career as a priority and had to fight for everything I got. Or it could be that I've been haunted by questions like why I am still single and so on. Or it could be just that I am looking for the same type of guy. A stable, responsible guy who at the same time is a god in bed. But whatever it was, I felt like I was living the story myself, like I was a part of every painful or happy moment, or feeling the doubts Jillian had from time to time. Or simply laughing my but off because of all the crazy situation Jillian and Levi ended up in. And all that made this story an amazing read for me.
And of course when you add to that the hotness that is Levi and the sneak peeks from the couple of the previous books in the series, I can honestly say that I went through the book in one sitting. I didn't even feel it. It was like I started reading and at some point around the end of the book, I figured I was reading for quite some time already. And just like that I was reading the epilogue and craving more.
So yes, I loved the book and I am definitely recommending it if you are looking for a great read :) Even though, this is the third book in a series, it could be also read as a stand alone. So if you haven't read the first two books, you can still pick up a copy. And I am sure you won't regret it :)
This review was originally posted at Living In Our Own Story Book Blog. I received an ARC of the book in exchange of an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
5 Girl Friday stars
Melanie Harlow has perfected the art of prodding all emotions a reader could want to feel with this heart warming story in some sort of love. Read more
Oh my goodness the feels! I have so much love for this book!! When Jillian attends her sister's wedding she knew it would require a couple of drinks. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Holly @ Page To Page Reviews
I have seriously fallen in love with the main character in this book, Levi... He's hot, sexy bloody gorgeous and loves his son with every piece of himself. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tracy-Lisa Phillips Fryatt
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