The Evolution of Man

The Evolution of Man

by Skye Warren

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Ambitious. Intense. Irresistible.

I never wanted to fall for a man.
And definitely not two men.

They tear me apart until I don't know how I'll ever be whole again. Until I'm not sure I want to be. How can I choose between two halves of myself?

THE EVOLUTION OF MAN is the second novel in the USA Today bestselling duet, which begins with Survival of the Richest.

"Pure writing gold filled with heartmelting swoons, angst and a lovestory of the ages." – Bookgasms Book Blog

"I think this book nearly broke me and I'm not even mad about it. From start to finish, the emotion in this one is intense." – Courtenay B, Goodreads reader

"Skye Warren delivers a story of strength, perseverance, and the effects of a cannonball through the heart! Not at all what I expected and everything I wanted." – Di, Twisted Book Reviews

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162130246
Publisher: Skye Warren
Publication date: 09/25/2018
Series: Trust Fund Duet Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 17,954
File size: 547 KB

About the Author

Skye Warren's books have sold over one million copies. She makes her home in Texas with her loving family, sweet dogs, and evil cat.

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The Evolution of Man 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the conclusion to Harper’s story. You have to read Survival of the Richest first. The series is brilliantly plotted. The story is compelling. The characters are complex and believable. The story is gripping and heartbreaking. I love how Skye Warren crafts flawed characters that you embrace and root for. Amazing, must read series!!
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UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
5 Stars Review by Amy W. Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog "Pretend you don't want this, if it helps. That goes for the both of you. I'll be the villain in this story." I both loved and hated The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren. On the one hand it was everything that I expected after reading Survival of the Richest, on the other I never gave up hope on this being MORE in every sense of the word. "It's a bad habit of mine, destroying the things I love." Like my review for the first book, I am just going to give my thoughts on the characters because 1) you need to read Survival of the Richest before jumping in and I don't want to ruin that experience and 2) the characters are what make this story what it is. "If we look up the word 'diabolical' in one of the old dictionaries here, there will be Christopher's face with his dark eyes and cheekbones." Okay so let's start with Christopher. He is still controlling and frustrating. I just want to slap this man and say open your eyes!! GRRRR!!! I can't even with him. I know a lot of readers love Christopher, and I don't hate him, but he just drove me crazy with his actions. I'm still debating if his reasons were selfishness or love. He's dangerous, this man. More dangerous than Christopher's cruel indifference. Sutton Mayfair. I thought this man was fantasy material before, but now... you need to point a fire hose my way, this man sets my libido on fire. We learn a little something that just makes him hotter in my opinion, something that I wish was explored more, even if just to fuel my Sutton fantasies. And I will always be #TeamSutton I don't care what anyone has to say about it. "Christopher has a way of ruining a person, doesn't he? You meet him and boom, it's all over." Harper, the poor girl, is dealt so much. These two men, her mother, the library. It seems that everything is against her and she stays so strong. I found myself wishing I could give her the shoulder she needed. You will tear up a time or two in empathy to her and her situation. "I'm allowed to say no, Sutton." "You're allowed to. Maybe I'll even believe you." I had my suspicions on how this story would end, and they were right, but I still wish that it would have went a different way. That being said, I still loved this ending to a beautiful love story a long time in the making and will continue to stalk Skye in hopes of a little something to come my way and give me the fix I need after reading this. If you don't know what I'm talking about, well you should probably read this and find out ;) #TeamSutton4Life
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It felt disjointed and so confusing. The chapters would end without ending, if that makes sense. I just didn't feel like the two that got together really loved each other. I did not care for this series. Harper is annoying.
AuthorsWebTVHost More than 1 year ago
When I thought Warren’s writing couldn’t get any better, I picked up this book, the follow up to Survival of the Richest. This one blew my socks off; so compelling and one of those that keeps you up all night until you reach the last page. I want more. Sutton’s adding fuel to the fire, Christopher loves her but is afraid to express it and Hunter can’t reach a decision between the two. Other authors would just put the three together and get on with it. Not Warren – she is much more contained and, therefore, more interesting. At the last page, hearts will either hurt or will soar, depending on which guy you like best. But this is another page turner with intriguing characters, masterful writing, and well-defined characters. Great job. So what’s next for Tanglewood?
avidezliteraria More than 1 year ago
I confess that my expectations for this book were high, after all I loved Survival of the Richest and was eagerly awaiting the conclusion of the story. It hurts me a lot to say that unfortunately I was disappointed. The book starts six months after the previous one ended. Harper now has full control of her trust fund, and decides to make good use of the money. Buy a mansion for her mother, so she can spend her remaining months comfortably and decide to save the library ruined by Christopher in the first book. But in the face of several denials from the region's engineering firms, her only hope is Sutton, and for that she decides to go after him and ask for help. And the triangle again returns to the spotlight. Despite being in love with Christopher, Sutton sparks feelings on her. And the three of them are going to board this cat-and-mouse game all through the book. Harper wants to save the library at all costs, it becomes almost an obsession. With her personal life imploding, her energies turn to this project, since she can not save her mother. Christopher is more mysterious than usual and Sutton is hiding something. Harper continues as the puppet between these two men. My impression is the book spoke a lot and said nothing. There was no progress or big revelations. No great question was answered, just as Christopher and Sutton were not scrutinized. Simply more of the same. The only breakthrough was in Harper's narrative. The moments with her mother were hard and sad. I confess that the Death Plan also scared me, just as it scared the character. I understand the fact that she does not want to deal with it. Recognizing what was happening, everything would become real. Sometimes ignorance is a blessing. When I thought the plot would be bold, and bet on a relationship between three people, the moment is lost, everything ends very quickly and without an adequate conclusion. I found it very pertinent to the story that Sutton is in love with Christopher, would explain why he was interested in Harper, but after a scene between the three, that idea is discarded and the subject does not resume at any moment. I finished reading with more questions than answers. I still do not understand Christopher, don’t know if he's good or bad. Harper implies that he has deceived her to steal her money, but again plots that would have an interesting development are not continued, they get lost. Sutton did not show his true face either. After all, did he like Harper, used her to get even with Christopher, or did he have another motivation that was not shown? Christopher says several times that Sutton is not who he appears to be, but again there is no explanation. Unfortunately for me it was not a good ending. I commented in the review of the first book that none of the boys deserved Harper, and I hold that opinion. Harper and Christopher did not give me any impression of being in love, but of being obsessed with an idea of what might have been. I can not see love in both. Sutton was the most interesting part of this second volume, despite the drastic change in behavior over the first book. I got frustrated with the ending. It could have been better developed. A good story, a good plot, good characters, but lacked development, coherence and answers. What a pity!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Klipari81 More than 1 year ago
This book pulled out so many of my emotions!! The dynamic between Harper and the guys, as well as the guys have with each other really made the book so freakin good!! Some crazy hot scenes that are panty-melting! Lots of tears for this book and had a hard time putting it down! I loved it!! I didn’t want it to end!
Ana94 More than 1 year ago
The book is sexy,sad, intense, sexy.It's full of different emotions. Christopher , Harper and Sutton.They are leaving in lies.The book is full of crazy hot scenes.The story is about Harper being caught between Christopher and Sutton.The end amazing.When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Skye Warren is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.
SexyVixenReader More than 1 year ago
Wow highly intense, pulling out all the emotions to this story. The Evolution of Man brings us full circle with Sutton, Harper and Christopher and the roads they take in this crazy story of love, lust, and loss. Running through the gambit of emotions Skye brings it all together with her beautiful writing.
Rhondaz More than 1 year ago
5 INTENSE STARS!! OMG....This book was so intense, push all your emotion button and generate all the feels. Harper, Christopher and Sutton have a story to tell you and it will never be forgotten, so Beyer ready for it. Skye Warren is a magician with her words and believe me you will read it in one sitting. You will definitely want to read the Survival of the Richest series, make sure to 1-Click.
DarGee More than 1 year ago
Can you feel desperation through the pages of a book? Can you wallow in confusion along with the characters, even up to the last moment? Can fear, pain, joy, and pleasure course through your system, all at the same time. Each as powerful as the other, until you are left bereft and smiling? You can, and you will, when you read this book. I was completely immersed in the world, in the story, and couldn't pull myself away This is the second story in the duet, and it takes place 6 months after our first story ended. Nothing is solved, nothing is clear, and everything is falling apart. It comes and goes in waves, the emotions of the characters are stark and will reach to you. The pain, it will weigh heavy on you, but somehow, with lightning flash power and precision, it comes together at the very end. The happily ever after is as tarnished and damaged as our characters, but it is what they want, and what they need, and that made the journey all the more meaningful
Chloe Trivelpiece More than 1 year ago
I had been waiting so patiently for this book.  The fantastic ending to the Survival of the Richest Series. The Evolution of Man is the continuing story of Harper, Christopher and Sutton.  What made this story really grab me was the grittiness, the down and dirty, the hurt and loss.  It made my heart bleed. I could feel the emotional turmoil of the artist in Harper.  I could feel the heartbreak in Sutton.  I could feel the vulnerability that Christopher kept hidden so well. The library was such a good metaphor for this story.  The beauty, the destruction and the truth of being able to fix what was broken. This story was deep, you have to savor the words like a fine wine.  Ms. Warren really grabs you by the soul in this story.  She drags you through her words and makes you feel, which is a true testament to a fine story teller. The final chapter was beautiful.  It was rich in imagery and a beautiful end to such a tragic tale. This story and the other stories in this series were phenomenal! I cannot wait to see what Ms. Warren comes out with next! (You may get something sooner, rather than later...that's the only spoilerish thing you will get from me!!)