- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1949 KB
- Print Length: 471 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Eden Butler; 1 edition (18 Aug. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MUX3UUM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,243 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
For those of you that thought Travis and Abby’s relationship was toxic in Beautiful Disaster I urge you to give Thin Love a go, because it reminded me an awful lot of their book, but also because Kona and Keira’s relationship, makes BD and what happens in it, look like an episode of The Care Bears, in comparison.
I am really late to the party with reading this one, and I am also in the minority on my lower rating for it. But it wasn’t all bad there were parts of the book I enjoyed, the first 50% or so was a relatively easy read, and I ploughed through it in one sitting but things got a bit messy from there on out, and it has literally taken me a week to drag myself a couple of chapters at a time through the rest of the consecutive car crashes that are Keira and Kona’s story.
"Thin love ain’t love at all."
Both of them suffer from extreme anger management issues, and once sex is added to their relationship, both of them turn into pretty unreasonable idiots. Add in two manipulative, abhorrent mothers, and this is a book that I would normally be DNFing. Every available obstacle and pit fall that could be dumped on them was, and we are looking at high drama from pretty much the off.
"If we do this, right now, there will be no turning back. If you let me have you, that’s it for me. That’s it for you."
I stuck with it though as I really wanted to see how they had got to where they were, and what the intervening sixteen years apart had done to them both as people once the college years were over, but boy did it take a while to get there.
"I thought it was love. I thought I’d die from how much I loved you.Read more ›
~this review may contain minor spoilers~
“Come on, Wildcat, be mine, just mine and I'll be yours”
“I clock you with a bottle and you come here to ask me to be your girl? This is sane to you?”
“No. Not sane. Necessary. And I came here to tell you I'm an idiot and I don't want anyone else. I came here because when you figure that $**t out, you don't want to wait.”
Kona and Kiera met and fell in love while they were in college. An all-consuming, obsessive, posssive, kinda crazy and sometimes unhealthy, sort of love. They fought often, tempers flared, anger mounted, and the world seemed to be against them. Kona pushed, Kiera ran, lust and passion raged; they loved deeply. Kiera gave everything she had to Kona, all that she was and every last piece of her heart belonged to him... yet it wasn't enough. When tragedy strikes, their worlds are irrevocably changed and Kona shoves Kiera away from him with a fierceness that destroys here, leaves her broken and fleeing everyone and everything she knows behind...
Sixteen years later and circumstances find them both back in their hometown. One look across a crowded street is all it takes for Kona to realize how strong their connection still is. Deceptions from those he trusted most become revealed, forcing him to re-evaluate the way he ended things with Kiera all those years ago. He wants her back, desperately; he wants to make up for lost time and fix what he broke, but he may be too late. Too much time has passed and Kiera may not have it in her to trust him again, let alone forgive him.Read more ›
I'm sooo in love with Kona ahhhhhh, and I loved Keira's character, both together were electrifying.
There was NOTHING I didn't like about this book, it's going to be one of those books that will hold a special place in my heart and one to add to my collections of book that I reread.
READ THIS BOOK YOU WONT DISAPPOINTED!!
ONE CLICK IT!!
Now I'm off to read Ransom's story....
Thin Love is an angst ridden dramatic story that pulled me right in and held me engrossed throughout.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would happily recommend it.
This is an angst fest! The heroine's name is Keira which is funny as at times, the love story with all its angst reminded me of the love story between Keira and Kellan in 'Thoughtless' and I loved that book so if you did too, I think you'll like this story and the Keira in this one is nowhere near as annoying as Keira in Thoughtless but it was the way these two both hurt each other that reminded me of thoughtless.
Keira lost her father when she was young and ever since she has wanted an all consuming 'thick love', not some 'thin love' that will never amount to anything. Kona is a football player and along with his twin brother Luca he wants to be the best. He's a bit of a manwhore but when he is paired with Keira for a class project, he loves that she's different to the other girls. Keira has a temper and gets angry and so does Kona. These two both suffer from jealousy and as Keira's cousin points out to her, their relationship is 'unhealthy'.
I loved the pacing of the romance. There is real chemistry between them but the author doesn't have them jump right into bed together, the sexual side of their relationship takes a while to develop but it worked really well. It's quite a long book but the majority of it is taken up with the story 16 years earlier and we know that something happened to destroy their love and I was waiting for the explosion and when it came it wasn't what I had expected. Keira and Kona both have interfering mothers and Kona also has a 'problem'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't know which direction this book would go next, the lengths some parents will go to in order to control their children never ceases to amaze me and I can definitely say this... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Despite the fact that this book spent a lot of time in their youth, I really enjoyed this. Both Kona and Keira have real anger issues when they are younger and this causes lots of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by hoochypooch
This book has everything required to make it addictive reading. One of my best reads this year, the writing is spell binding. So yes, I recommend a 1 click now.Published 10 months ago by Rossie
This book has been written so well it's a beautiful story and I can't recommend it enough. This book will have you falling in love with both characters and seeing how they only... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Aileen
This is one really good story. I hated having to put it down to do other things and couldn't wait to return to it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by MO
3.5 stars. I toyed with what to rate this book whilst reading and even now when I’ve finished it. A lot of what I have to say in my review will undoubtedly be due to my frame of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Vickyvee