The Complete Swanson Court Trilogy

The Complete Swanson Court Trilogy

by Serena Grey

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BN ID: 2940161631201
Publisher: Sweet Acacia Press LLC
Publication date: 10/26/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 14,938
File size: 1 MB

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Anonymous 5 months ago
MEH! I'm about half way through the second book and I really do not care for Rachel. She's whiny, wishy- washy and irritating. She starts out in love with somebody that didn't love her back. Instead of picking herself up and dusting herself off, she pines for the jack-wagon for two years until he's engaged to somebody else. This is the catalyst to make her run out of a party and get mistaken for a hooker. Within minutes of meeting Landon, she's already feeling like she is in love - not lust - with him. He coerces her to go to San Francisco for a week and she falls madly in love with him. Yet she doesn't know how he feels so she pushes him away. Instead of putting her big girl panties on and dealing with things like an adult, she is crying throughout the second book, whining about how he doesn't love her and yet how much she is still in love with him. She needs to grow up, have an adult conversation with him and take things one day at a time. This is not a book I would recommend, I'm a little upset that I spent any money on it at all. I will continue reading it for that reason only. If it had been free, I would have abandoned the series before I was done with the first book.