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viptarif.ru/wp-content/map9.php This Day in British History. NO because this was already published before in 4 short stories and now put together in 1 book. So why does the author not rewrite the story and change the repeating sentences, get more in detail about Will, Trudy and his strange possessive family?? Does their relationship stand a chance? I expected more from this story, but I want to thank the author for giving me a chance to review this book.
Jul 12, Christine rated it liked it Shelves: romance. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This for me started off quite funny - Charlie, big knickers and the churchyard - the life and loves of an American living in the UK. The suspense plot was good but needed more development and depth. More accuracy would have made the plot better. Trude, as an American wouldn't have been able to get a job in the UK without a work permit.
She wouldn't have been able to get a work permit without a job offer. To make it more realistic why wasn't Trude just on a long term transfer from the New York office to the London office - simple.
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Writing under other names, PJ Adams is a successful The Object of His Desire 3: Cabal - Kindle edition by PJ Adams. Lesen Sie „The Object of His Desire 3: Cabal“ von PJ Adams erhältlich bei Rakuten Kobo. An evening beyond all fantasy, a night beyond your wildest dreams.
The wedding vows - to obey - yes these are part of the wedding vows in the UK but why get hung up on them unless they are an essential to the plot, this went nowhere. I realise the author wrote this in small novellas and then joined it together, however, I wish she had taken all the repeats, which I found annoying, at the beginning of each chapter out and given more time to develop the stores and characters. It would have been a great novel but sadly as it stands I can only give it three. Trudy goes to her brother's wedding a little unsure of herself.
She hasn't seen her brother Ethan in a while and is meeting his soon to be wife for the first time. Trudy sees Will across the room and she is intrigue. Will is a long time friend of Ethan's and also the bride's brother. Will comes from a wealthy family and Trudy thinks him to be full of himself. Will likes her and he has to have her.
Meanwhile, Trudy runs into her ex-boyfriend Charlie also a long time friend of her brother's that Trudy goes to her brother's wedding a little unsure of herself. Meanwhile, Trudy runs into her ex-boyfriend Charlie also a long time friend of her brother's that she lived with for over a year.
Charlie wants Trudy back. So, Trudy has two handsome men trying to win her heart. Trudy knows she has to let Charlie go it didn't work out the first time, besides she has a insane amount of sexual chemistry with Will. Will redeems himself to Trudy and they get together only to be torn apart by a secret long ago buried. Murder,Mystery,suspense,and hot sex from the beginning to end.
It was a really good read with a great plot. It had me guessing till the end. The only thing I didn't care for was the recaps in the beginning but with that being said I will be checking out more books by P. Jul 24, Marissa rated it liked it Shelves: r2r , nook. Trudy attends her estranged brother's wedding and the last thing she expects is to be drawn to her new sister-in-laws brother, Will.
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As she spends more time with him, Trudy questions whether or not she will ever be able to trust him. Will they both be able to handle all of the obstacles and personal problems that are thrown their way? For me this was a very quick read. I enjoyed almost everything about this book including the concept, the characters, and the plot.
The book tended to recap constantly. After reading one of the other reviews, I realized that originally this book was broken up into segments. I now understand the reasoning behind the recapping but nevertheless I found it very annoying. Seeing that I loved everything else about the book I would definitely be willing to read another book by P.
Adams in the future. I received this book from the author for an honest review. Nov 06, Jonel rated it liked it. You definitely have to love what weddings bring about in people. They can bring about the most paradoxical reactions to situations that would otherwise be mundane. The heightened emotions from the wedding at the beginning of this story carry throughout the novel and heighten the events.
Adams continues this through her very personal writing style that links you to the main character. The characters You definitely have to love what weddings bring about in people. The characters in this novel are divided into 2 main groups: those that you get to know and those who randomly make appearances in the pages. The second group, although they serve a purpose in the story, the readers never really get to know them.
The other group of characters is quite well developed and one gets to know them as individuals. Even though this story was rather far-flung at times, for the most part I enjoyed my time reading it. Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review. Jul 06, Stephanie rated it it was ok. I had a very difficult time reading this book.
I did not get into the characters and couldn't understand their reactions. Trudy describes Will as wrinkled and basically looking like a slob, but then goes on to say how they want each other so bad and how he tried to get her at the wedding. I didn't see that at all. In fact ,I actually had to go back and reread the description of the book because I was confused abo I had a very difficult time reading this book.
In fact ,I actually had to go back and reread the description of the book because I was confused about who she really was attracted to and wanted to be with Charlie? The other thing that basically summed up how I felt is the fact that one of the chapters was a review of what had previously happened in the book. If the book has to review to make sure I understand what is happening I find that very disturbing. Obviously, you know I am probably confused at that point if you have to do that.