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Posted November 21, 2013
This is my FAVORITE Laurie Kellogg book! I love Casey and at the same I want to strangle her sister Briana - although she has her own crisis she is dealing with. The supporting character are awesome as is the chemistry between David and Casey. HOT! Pick up this book, you won't regret it. Definitely not for young readers but I think the sex scenes aren't over-the-top.
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Posted March 10, 2014
There is so much going on here, I don’t even know where to start. Well, the obvious place is the fact that there are two sisters fall for the same man. I’m an only child so I don’t know how I would react in such a situation … or how I would feel about sleeping with her ex. There are so many possible problems that could come up, but I think that Kellogg handles it very well. I still got a little icked out but that was going to happen regardless. She delivers Casey and David’s growing feelings with care and heart, making it a very believable transition.
Of course, this book has so much else going on but it’s delivered in a way that doesn’t feel crowded or rushed. Through it all you have some serious issues of family – resentment between siblings and parents, selfishness and selflessness, love, forgiveness and truth. There are some pretty complex things swirling beneath the surface not only between Casey and Brianna or the twins and David, but also between all three of them and their parents. Some soul searching and a few hard truths that needed to be said bring to light some heavy things that have been wearing them all down for a long time. But with love and caring, everything gets set to rights.
No Exchanges, No Returns is a complex new spin on The Gift of the Magi. One that made me laugh but also had me tearing up. It’s wonderfully compelling to get to know this complicated group and work through all of the intricacies needed to get them all to a happy ending.
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(Copy of the book was provided by the publisher in exchange for a honest review.)
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Posted December 12, 2013
I didnt know if i was going to like this story since its topic (cant have kids) was clise to my heart. But i have to say when my mom told me to read it and that i would like it she was right. Keeping it simple. Twins who are complete oppisite. One has bad health issues but is pretty were the other twin felt she was normal and smart and could do anything. The unhealthy sis was married to a doctor that sister was in love with too. The unhealthy sis up and decides to leave her husband because she knows he loves bith of the sisters and because her sister was carring her husbands baby (saragent for her since she couldnt). Plus she knows her sister loves him and will help him see why she had to leave. Very confusing situation but very good ending to everything. KD aka Kristy D.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 24, 2013
Posted November 24, 2013
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