- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 777 KB
- Print Length: 394 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (3 Feb. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SICIR1G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #203,399 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“Quinn Berkley is beautiful, inside and out. He’s shown me how to live, and through his strength, I have never felt so alive.”
This book continues where Something Like Redemption left off with Mia and Quinn still on the run making their way to Canada to try and find Mia’s mum. Therefore if you are new to this series please make sure that you read Something Like Normal and Something Like Redemption first.
Mia wants answers from her mum, she feels that knowing the truth could maybe heal the hurt that she feels and give her closure on that part of her life, plus being with her mum is probably the least likely place her father would think to find her. On first meeting Mia only has more questions and more heart break, was this really such a good idea?
As always Quinn is there for Mia, he is her stability and always seems to know exactly what she needs. He is the most patient man on the planet when it comes to Mia and her attitude and break downs but he takes it all in his stride and is there for her comfort, for her anger and for her tears.
“You are ingrained into every fiber of my body, and I’m drowning.”
I have always had a soft spot for Quinn and I was glad that we were finally told just what secrets he was hiding. While to the reader and for me in particular the secret is not that bad, Quinn feels the constant burden of guilt and struggles with it every day. His loyalty and love for his brother keeps his sanity together and with Mia depending on him more and more he finally has a real sense of purpose and I could only hope that this was enough for Quinn to realise just how special he was.Read more ›
Told from first person point of view (Mia) SOMETHING LIKE LOVE follows Quinn and Mia on their escape into Alberta, Canada. Still on the run while the people back home struggle to prove their innocence for a murder they did not commit, Quinn and Mia find an uneasy truce with Mia’s mother-a woman who abandoned Mia at three years old. While Mia struggles with the truth about her early childhood, Quinn reveals his deepest darkest secrets-ones that parallel some of Mia’s earlier years about family, abandonment and neglect.
The relationship between Mia and Quinn becomes sexual. There is no denying they have been attracted to one another since they met, but Quinn’s brother Tristan has always had eyes on the woman his brother loves. There is a slight love triangle formula that continues throughout the storyline one that will pit brother against brother for the love of a woman whose life has spiraled out of control.
SOMETHING LIKE LOVE is a graphically violent, angst filled and disturbing storyline about dysfunctional families, abuse and the law. There are some questionable plot points especially Mia’s actions and choices, which are completely distressing and difficult to understand. A debt must be paid and Mia is willing to sacrifice herself for everyone involved.Read more ›