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Twenty One (Love by Numbers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I love Jake and Emma, I don't want to spoil this story so I would say just dive in, there's heaps of love, lust and romance in this book, but also the focus on the bonds of friendships and family are still strong. The quality of the writing is amazing as always with ES Carter, she sweeps you along and you feel like these characters are your friends as you go through every emotion with them.
The dual POV and the depth of the secondary characters keep things moving at a swift pace, we see more of Emma's strength and resilience come through in this book. She seems to have come out of her shell and found her place in the world.
I loved it, and would recommend it to any lover of contemporary romance, or quality writing
After leaving us hanging in Nineteen, this story picks up right where the other one left off. And I wondered. Would this one live up to my expectations? The answer is a resounding YES!
Whilst some of the narrative in this book may touch on the outer limits of cheese, it does not detract from the underlying clear thread of hope and love, which is, for the most part, elegantly and competently delivered in this story.
I loved it.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
As with NINETEEN, E.S. Carter blends the alternating point of view from the heroine to the hero, adding a unique flavor to her storytelling.
Jake and Emma’s journey picked up momentum immediately; never wavering in its intensity, and especially in their passion for each other. Every love story has its conflicts, and challenges, and Emma and Jake have had more than their fair share. It is in their point of view where we understand their fears and joys, and it is in the well-written love scenes where we understand their deep passion for their own goals and for each other.
With a solid plot-line, the characters are taken in a direction you hoped they’d be taken in after the trials, tragedies, and emotional roller coaster they endured in the first book. Where some challenges ended for them in the first book, they are again faced with disloyal family member, people from their past, and hurtful tribulations that threaten their new-found connection to each other. It is in these conflicts that is the strength and beauty in the storytelling.
The book is consistently pieced together, flowing at a good pace as you are privy to Emma and Jake’s thoughts, hopes, dreams and fears. The endearing quality of these characters and the novel’s theme has the reader flipping pages in sweet anticipation to see where the story and its main characters will go, and how they (individually and as a couple) will overcome the obstacles thrown at them.
I enjoyed the entire dynamic of TWENTY-ONE, as their journey not only involves their love story and the loops they must jump through to reach happy resolutions; the story also embraces their friendship with each other, their families, and their connections with their tight knit group of friends.
The supporting characters were as much part of the story as the main characters, however, their presence in Jake and Emma’s lives never stole their spotlight.
At the heart of this charming romance is an overall theme of how two people, even at their young age, can form deep, emotional attachments to not only each other, but with themselves and not allowing the negativity they’ve endured to define who they are, especially inn Emma’s case. In Jake's case, it shows how experiencing injury (life threatening) and digging deep within oneself, and realizing and accepting one’s mistakes and past, and resolving his issues, can change a person for the better with an optimistic point of view.
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Sometimes annoying to read the same bit twice from each characters perspective but chapters are not too long so it's not so bad