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Posted April 18, 2014
Mature, emotionally, provocative, Nameless is a sensual love story, starred by broken persons in a real world. (4.5 stars)
Erin was married with a bad man, he used his power against her, when she gets back to her town for a funeral she hooks up with a former teenager crush.
Seth Tomas always has been a reserved person, maybe a bad person, but he had a difficult childhood, when he goes to his uncle’s funeral he has a sexy one-night stand with a woman doesn’t want anything real with him.
Two months later Erin goes to Seth’s office and drops the bomb: she’s pregnant and wants keep the baby. She still doesn’t want anything with him but Seth has his own plans.
Hot, hot, hot that was my recurrent thought with this book.
When I received this book via the author she said to me it's sexier her other books but Jeez it’s more I had expected.
I read the boxed set in a few days I didn’t want put it down. The three stories are brilliant and interesting.
In the first one, Nameless we’re witness of Erin and Seth’s emotional travel as expecting parents, no one of them had thoughts in having babies but they’re really excited about their pumpkin.
The characters backgrounds is perfect, you can know them very well and understand their reasons, but… I really wanted to scream and punch to Erin many times. She was so irritating, stubborn. And yes, I get it, the world is full with broken people but she’s a fool.
Seth Thomas what can I say about him? He’s a really sexy, powerful man. He’s another broken person, it was so difficult for him deal with his feeling and Erin’s rejection, but later he becomes in the perfect daddy.
The rest of the book is about two sexy short stories about the following years. They’re still sexy but no repetitive. It was really awesome read about marriage or parenting issues with a few steamy scenes.
I totally recommend this book, it has all ingredient for a really good reading ;)
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Posted April 25, 2014
I truly enjoyed this three book series by Claire Kent: Nameless, Christening and Incarnate. The first book is a long novel, the second and third are follow-up novellas. Usually I shy away from books that are over 300 pages, just because the plot always seems to be repetitive and monotonous. However, Nameless kept my attention and the entire series completely blew me away with its realism, naturalness and attention to detail.
Nameless begins the story of judicial clerk Erin Marshall and attorney Seth Thomas. Erin and Seth met a teenagers and at the time, there was a slight spark between them. Years go by when they happen to meet again and spend an unforgettable night together. One night of passion results in a beautiful baby girl and a pseudo romantic relationship that neither Erin or Seth can truly define.
Christening continues their story as a married couple with two young daughters. Incarnate concludes it, exploring their life as they are raising their teenagers together. Life is certainly not a bed of roses for Erin and Seth, yet because they love each other so much, they are able to conquer everything and anything.
Ms. Kent's exceptional ability to tell a story with utter honesty is truly amazing. Her writing voice is both exciting and calm at the same time. This is a brilliant series, complete with great characters, a plot that twists and turns in all the right places, and above all else, a passionate love story.
Posted April 20, 2014
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