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Posted June 12, 2014
Posted September 8, 2013
I have grown more fond of this series as I continue to read, wishing it was an entire paperbound trilogy. I still wish for the beginning. I'd love to see it developed into a book length piece like #3. So much better than the fifties trilogy and exactly the type I've longed to see. This is an extremely raw experience. I truly believe it is a best seller if formed together. Thank you, Mrs. Warren. Beautiful...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 12, 2013
Posted July 21, 2013
4.5 out of 5 Stars; So far out of all the book in the series, Broken Beauty has been my favorite. It gets better and better. It seemed steamer and the scenes where Blake was lecturing, I could see myself getting a crush on him if he was my professor.
“I’m sorry, but I can’t let you go. You’re mine now, God help you.”
Do I feel connected to the characters? Yes, I want to know what is going to happen. Blake could not be more faithful to Erin, but they have been hiding their relations except for a few people which brings them a lot of stress. I want their relationship out and them interacting with the real world. Erin struggles financially and at first it upset me that Blake was not helping, but I get my answer in this book about that issue I had with him.
Pace of the story: Very good.
“I’ll never leave you”
Positives: The writing. The characters. I love a good professor/student romance. I love how protective Blake is of Erin. Even though as first, I had a hard time believing that he did not know about how hard it for her to support herself. However, Erin is not the type of person who wants hands out. I love that ex keeps popping up. I love that type of drama.
“I love you, Erin. I’m not sure it’s enough. In fact, I know I’s not, but I can’t keep myself away fro you. It is nothing to do with the fact that you’re the most beautiful woman I have ever seen.”
Negatives: I wish the part that had them conflicted would have lasted a little bit longer. Even though they are having to deal with hiding their relationship and other challenges, I think that it was resolved too quickly. I think the things that Erin’s mom said held true.
Do I recommend? Yes. Cannot wait for the next book in the series.
“Stay with me.” A press of his lips to hers. “Wrapped up si tight I never have to worry that I’ll wake up and you won’t be there.”
Book Format Read: A copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Posted July 6, 2013
Posted June 28, 2013
Posted June 18, 2013
Erin and Blake are back in their blissful bubble, the university is none the wiser about their relationship, and Blake is finally getting his first class. Just when everything seems perfect, they run into an obstacle that could jeopardize either one of their futures. And this is where the beauty of the author's storytelling comes into full effect.
Erin and Blake have really grown on me, both as a couple and as individuals. Erin has moments when she's fiercely determined to protect Blake at all costs and give him a chance at a career, even if it means setting hers aside for a while or giving up the man she loves for the indefinite future. But on the other hand, she can't forget the sacrifices she and her mother have made to give her the opportunity at a higher education. And that is kind of the crux of the problem, isn't it? When love finds you in the wrong place at the wrong time, is one or the other worth giving up because society or common sense dictates it, or were the Beatles right and all you need is love? Be selfish or selfless?
I love how this mismatched couple navigates the uncertainties and dangers of their type of relationship, but above all else, I love that Blake is able to sense when manipulation is underfoot and snuffs it out before it gets out of hand. My heart clenched when they were both prepared to make painful sacrifices for the bigger picture. Whether or not they went through with it, you'll have to read and find out. The love scenes continue to be filled with raw passion, vulnerability and a coming together of two beautiful souls; you can't help but root for them.
Skye Warren continues to captivate with her prose that always manages to evoke a gamut of emotions ranging from intense lust to nail biting nervousness. I can not wait for the final installment.
Disclaimer: I received an ARC from the author for the purpose of an honest review.
Posted February 4, 2014
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Posted July 31, 2013
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