The Coupling

The Coupling

by Cathrine Goldstein

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BN ID: 2940157737894
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 02/15/2016
Series: The Letting Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 362
File size: 317 KB

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The Coupling 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
Poor Veronica did a lot of traveling within this book. She learned so much on her ventures too. I wish she would stop and think though. Just like in The Letting, she continued to let threats to the girls turn her stupid. I'm all about keeping the kids safe, but it was like her brain would short circuit whenever she thought they were in danger, causing her to make some very bad decisions. Phoenix had some real soul searching to do through this book, and I think he came out better because of it. The one who kept surprising me was Farnsworth. Holy cow! I didn't like him. I started to like him. I hated him. I started to like him again. I hated him, and back again. He was something! I'll bet he was a fun character to write. He was definitely unique. This good in general was unique. I wonder if there will be more? I would definitely read more. The ARC of The Coupling (The Letting #2) by Cathrine Goldstein was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
naturalbri More than 1 year ago
This was the perfect continuation of book one. It had a great blend of the previous characters, as well as introducing new and interesting ones. It also had a lot of suspense, angst and surprise to build on the previous storyline. With a mix of biological parents and splitting the gang, we are left wanting to read 'just one more page,' until we find ourselves at the back cover. I found the characters fantastic. They had a lot of depth and personality. I liked how much they stuck to their own personalities, which created a lot of great interaction throughout the read, though not all of it was happy interaction. I liked that the characters from the previous book were given more depth, letting us truly get to know them, but we were still thrown surprises about them. The new characters fit into the story excellently, and were also built from the ground up. This really made the story one that I could get into and become connected with the characters. I really cared about what happened to them and often found myself wondering where the author would take them next. The story was continued well, and really connected to the first book, making it easy to pick right back up. I liked where the author took the next instalment, as I found it both exciting and intriguing. Throughout the book, we were given lots of detail, which made the story very believable, real and easy to feel a part of. The pace was great. It was fast enough to really feel as though you've been thrown in the action. However, there are still plenty of moments that you were able to sit back and take in everything, to really understand the characters and the decisions they were making. Overall, this was a brilliant read. I enjoyed it very much and would highly recommend. **i received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.