3 short reviews

Hello everyone. I’m back with more reviews. I read 3 books in the past three days and I’m just going to do short reviews on those.

So,  the first book was

Sweet  by Tamara Webber

(Contours of Heart #3)

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You don’t have to read any books before this to understand it. Although it does have characters from the previous books but it can totally be understood as a standalone.

Summary: He’s the love of her life, but he doesn’t know it. She’s his one moment of sacrifice in a lifetime of survival.

He was damaged and wild, but resilient.
She’s always been obedient. Now she’s restless.

Home for the summer between college and med school, Pearl Torres Frank knows two things: Boyce Wynn is the embodiment of everything she should run from, and everything she wants to run to. Rebellious and loud. Unconcerned with society’s opinion of him. Passionate. Strong. Dangerous.
And one more trait he hides from everyone but her: Sweet.

My review: Boyce and Pearl have known each other since they were kids. But they weren’t exactly friends. Things weren’t that simple for them. As a kid, Boyce saved Pearl from drowning and since then, they have helped each other out on occasions. This story jumps from present to past and it’s really nice. I liled the characters and how strong they were. The storyline is really good. I enjoyed reading it.

Gave it 4 stars.

Kidnapped  the wrong sister by Marie Kelly

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Summary: Mistaken for her sister, Diona Brown had been tricked into visiting the island home of the Billionaire Nikias Dranias, who planned on keeping her there as his prisoner to stop his brother from marrying the woman he believed to be no more than a gold digger.

However passion had quickly flared between the two, and now Diona had found that she has to escape to not only save her sister but also herself from the enigmatic and distrustful Greek.

My review:It was short and fast-paced. And that’s why I gave it two stars because it didn’t waste that much of my time. Otherwise it was completely shit! The story wasn’t good and the characters weren’t relatable. Didn’t like it. I don’t know why I even read this.

2 stars.. I think it should be 1 star. But whatever.

Parched by Z L Arkadie

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Summary: Advertising Executive, Clarity Parker thought she would never see Baron Ford again. Five years ago, she fell in love with him on their magical first date and then poof–he literally vanished into thin air. That’s why she’s stunned to hear his name again. After all, five years have passed since that night, and now, to add intrigue to insult, he’s requested that she be exclusively assigned to his multi-million dollar account.

Clarity makes every effort to avoid Baron Ford but when he finally catches up to her he issues a warning; things are not safe for her in the city anymore, especially since the strange fog has settled over Manhattan.
Before the foggy day is over Clarity’s entire world will come crashing down. Everything about her life that she thought was true is a lie! And there’s no time to question her soap opera star mother or business mogul father about it because Baron was right, her life is in danger, and so is his!
One thing’s for sure, from this point on, the world as Clarity Parker knows it will never be the same. 

My review : It started differently and throughout the book,  things were changing and becoming more interesting. Clarity is an interesting name and interesting character. She has superpowers and a past she wants to forget. But when it collides with her present and she discovers new things about herself, she understands that she has lived in the dark for too long.

We find new world and creatures. And everything is exciting. What I didn’t like was the writing style. We could get huge passages of description or just short dialogues. It got hard to connect with the book.

So, I gave it 3 stars.

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