- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1358 KB
- Print Length: 353 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mandy Lee; 1 edition (22 Mar. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CROPPUG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 95 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,704 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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True Colours (The You Don't Know Me Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The story reminds me a bit of fifty shades but i dont find it predictable like fifty shades and it has a stronger main female character.
I like the length of the books also i hate buying a kindle book and finishing it in 30 mins its a pet hate. With these it has taken me a couple of evenings to finish each one.
It will be very good..... I love the 2 girls.... Really down to earth with the not so good swear words.
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Book one ends with a shocking revelation that creates a huge rift between Dan and Maya. Book two begins immediately after the revelation. Dan and Maya struggle to come to terms with the incident. Dan is desperate to regain Maya’s trust and repair the relationship.
As always with this series, the characters are human and believable. There is a great deal of effort spent in describing the connection of relationships. The story moves along at a nice pace and does not bog down. I found myself cheering for Dan even though he can be a bit of an ass at times.
If you decide to purchase book one of the trilogy, I recommend you purchase all three at once. The story will pull you in and leave you wanting more.
Mandy Lee, if you’re out there, just know I’m your biggest fan!
Hero and heroine, strong, beautiful, he's powerful, handsome, uber alpha, she's beautiful, talented
Steamy sex, yes BDSM light, not for the lighthearted, but take the chance
Good storyline, absolutely
Cliffhanger, yes, and it's a great one
Swearing, yes appropriate for this story 18+ recommended
Editing issues, typos, if there are any I can't recall them, either way they should be overlooked, this series is worth it
Don't hesitate, download You Don't Know Me now then this, they must be read in order.
The events in book one take place over three weeks, so although Maya and Dan’s story is fascinating because they absorb the reader and drag you into their intense love story, there is still a great deal we don’t know about them. They’re getting to know each other and we’re getting to know the characters too. They both have issues and Dan has plenty of secrets, some of which he gradually tells Maya, and others she finds out by herself, or is told by a third person, straining their volatile relationship. Although Maya is the narrator, there seem to be many things we don’t know about her either, yet.
I liked the way they coped with their personal problems as a couple, and I thought the way Dan addressed and dealt with the differences between hardcore BDSM and kink was enlightening. He’s been there done it, and when Maya tries to dabble he wants her to look further into herself instead of using it as a blocking mechanism.
There’s also plenty of humour in the novel. Dan and Maya both have a great sense of humour, which comes across in their dialogues. There’s also some traditional slapstick humour involving (poor) Beefy, her unsuspecting bodyguard. The shopping spree in Harrods with Maya’s best friend Lucy and a bottle of champagne is hilarious.
Another fabulous aspect of the novel is the setting. Opening lines: 'Southwark is darkening. Clouds thicken. The waters of the Thames deepen in colour: charcoal grey, indigo, raw umber, olive green, black.' You'll feel you're there as you read Maya and Dan's story.
I love the twists and turns as we gradually discover who Dan is. There’s also a psychopath ex-boyfriend pursuing Maya, who will cause havoc in their lives, right to the last page, and into book 3. The end is unexpected and shocking, and although it’s not exactly a cliffhanger, it opens up a great story for book 3.
I enjoyed reading True Colours as much as I enjoyed ‘You Don’t Know Me’ right from page one. The characters are absorbing, it is a well-written, well-plotted, fun and enjoyable, romantic read, and I’m impatiently looking forward to book 3.
My favorite scenes are the descriptions of Maya in her element, as an artist. Her artistry adds a wonderful layer to the romance and to the searching of the character. Maya is discovering herself again through her creativity. She is discovering a new kind of sexuality.
I enjoyed all of it!
I loved all the British expressions. I'm looking forward to the third book!
Psychopath and is very dangerous , now they come up with plan to catch this crazy man name Boyd ,,again I say good books 📚