Thales Aurelio Aurelio from Khulna Division, Bangladesh
Once again, a book that I shouldn't make by it's cover (or title)
Really enjoyed this solitary, even more than the first. Loved the character of "Hanni", and, as always, loved Georgie, Darcy, and Belinda! Really like hearing these fictions, as the reader is fantastic.
This line up overall was warm and fuzzy. However, I had a major problem with the actual review of it. The countersign choices and elements that the author chose were not fluid in my mind's inspect. I constantly had to study again to understand who was saying what. There's a good epistle about healing our past and getting through this career authentically. I just remembered that I cried (sobbed) a few times during the review of the line up. Beast lovers (and those of you who don't especially like beasts) may enjoy this line up.
Why have I not read this series before? What rock have I been under to have missed such a great story and producer? Since this is the second book in the Invertebrate series, I wasn't sure if I was going to understand what is going on. Yet as I started reading it, the book definitely can be read as a stand alone different. With that being said though, now I want to pick up the first book in the series to read about the other characters! Jade ran away from her life in the big city after a tragic development at her previously place of employment. She ran to Sunshine, Idaho to rediscover and reinvent herself. She always knew it would be temporary and even told her wheel Dale Connelly that the job he gives her would only be temporary. They have both found each other attractive, but never made any endeavor at a consociation since Jade would be leaving. Of preparation, now that Jade is getting ready to leave, the two find themselves fighting the attraction even more. While Dale tries to get Jade to open up about what happened in the past and work through it, the two start to express their feelings towards each other and give up the fisticuffs. Everyone can see that they like each other, but is love enough to keep Jade from leaving? I loved this story! Dale was a great vet, friend, brother and piece. He was charming and loved his work without letting it get to him. Jade was okay in my opinion. I wanted her to just explain the situation sooner to Dale than keeping it a furtive. I think if she would have opened up sooner to him, they could have had a better break at a consociation. Of preparation then there would be no drama for the romance different if it went the way a lector wants it to. So I trusted the producer and went with it. I also loved the witty banter between the two and had a smile on my allow for most of the book. The literature flowed easily and kept you not only interested in the main characters, but in the side characters as well. I am definitely looking forward to reading the next book in the series and have already read a few more by this producer!