Sorry, but I couldn't buy into that nonsense. I didn't get to know him very well. I'm caught in a web of who is good and who is evil. Sure, he helped Beulah when no one else would, but he could've been nicer. I wasn't even sure who the lead male was at first.
Once again, I was not expecting the revelation we were handed at the end of the book - I was more worried that it would be revealed that Stone was also related to Beulah! After learning that Jasper is her cousin, Beulah flees to her sister, hoping to figure out her next move. I think my star rating alone says what I thought about this book. Of course, life got in the way and I never managed to snag a copy. The way he was cast aside and ignored, as if he were somehow to blame, didn't sit well with me. The characters were one-dimensional and didn't seem very authentic. If you don't like cliffies - stear the hell clear until all 3 are released which is only 2 months away so cool your jets! How was I supposed to fight this? I knew Stone and Beulah were going to become a thing. She should have think twice.
Like everyone was a supermodel compared to her. The good news is that this was a very quick read, one in which I managed to finish in a single sitting. Then there was the sex. Can you tell how salty I am? Portia, who had plenty of time and opportunity to come clean, only decided to tell them her version of the truth after the deed was done. Not being able to see. Beulah could never forget her true anger for Portia. This right up there with her enthralling stories and rich boys and strong girls that you fall for instantly.
Review also on my blog - Follow me on: I was team Stone from the beginning. Trusting again and facing the lies that had surrounded her entire life, Beulah is ready to move on. I would have liked Stone and Beulah's relationship to have been more developed, I had a hard time reading their sex scenes, since Beulah had turned into some kind of siren since her time with Jasper. More specifically, a regurgitated version of Fallen Too Far. She drinks afternoon tea because she wants to be British but alas she was born in Alabama. I really don't care who Beulah is going to end up with. The storyline is original, but there is one big contradiction- the cheap sex! The fact that I absolutely loved the main character, Beulah, is an understatement.
More specifically, a regurgitated version of Fallen Too Far. She just had to tell her a truth. Beulah and Stone had nothing in common. The hero is one whom I wanted to smack some sense into at the beginning but wanted to wrap him in a huge hug at the end. The plot was recycled from Fallen Too Far Rosemary Beach series and Breathe Sea Breeze series. Yes this is me whining and crying, whatever.
Written by the most amazing Author I have even know and read, Abbie Glines. Overall, it was a great story, not my favorite from Abbi Glines yet it was still good! After the ending of Sweet Little Thing I was anxious to see what would happen to Beulah in the rest of the series, and after this installment, I'm worried about what's going to happen in the final chapter this week! The hero is one whom I wanted to smack some sense into at the beginning but wanted to wrap him in a huge hug at the end. I have a sneaking suspicion that this is going to turn into a soap opera of a trilogy, one drama after another, because none of these characters seem to have two brain cells to rub together. I still knew I had my sister to care for. But, suddenly, out of nowhere, the narrative tried, and failed, to convince the reader that Stone was the man for Beulah all along. I blew through this book in less than 24 hours with work in between of course and after that ending, holy moly I need the next one - like, right now! Unfortunately, the characters weren't much to my liking. One minute he was bossing her around and cutting her pay and then the next theyre all lovey dovey? The day her mother passed away, Beulah was only given a name.
I'm not a major fan, but the blurbs oftentimes catch my interest and I see all the five-star reviews that rave about how fantastic a read is promised. Beulah was so lucky to have Jasper helping me make payments. I really enjoyed Sweet Little Thing! Shock factor is so high right now! I love Abbi Glines previous series but fell completely short on this one. You just could not stop yourself. After she gave birth to a baby girl suffering with Down syndrome. I did read it very quickly and I do want to see how this all plays out, but overall the book was just ok for me. I was a little unsure about him at first, he seemed selfish and arrogant at times.
After facing a truth she never imagined, Beulah has to find a new path. I admit that I'll continue on to the next book in this new-to-me-series. Loving Heidi so much more now. They are really fun characters and exactly the type of people you'd love to read about. Written by the most amazing Author I have even know and read, Abbie Glines. I'm not a major fan, but the blurbs oftentimes catch my interest and I see all the five-star reviews that rave about how fantastic a read is promised.
I'm going to read the next one hopefully that's the last book in the series and see where the story leads to. Most times, like now, I'm intrigued - yet disappointed. But living in such close quarters with Stone, she begins to question the feelings she had for Jasper and the subtle hints that Stone drops about his feelings for her. Jasper not so much right away, but at the same time, I expected that he would thaw out. The way she jumped from one man to his friend so fast was my first clue as to how immatu I did the unthinkable After reading reviews of the first book Which were surprisingly pretty bad I skipped it and read this one.
Here's to hoping she grows a back bone in the next book. However, we know that Jasper is two years older than Heidi, so his whereabouts during the pregnancy, and subsequent honeymoon, remain a mystery. This one though missed the mark for me. The last thing this girl needs is a baby. Okay just kidding I read it on my friends phone because well I couldn't help myself. I didn't get to know him very well. I didn't expect to like it as much and for a pretty light, mindless read, the story held my attention throughout the book.