Everyone has their own opinion, which is a good thing, especially when it comes to books and movies. We would not all want to agree on which is good or bad. Half the time when the Oscars roll around, I don’t even like the nominees for Best Picture. So, when I read a book, I always go into it with an open mind and while I may read the reviews, I try not to let them cloud my opinion.
I’ll admit, there were some grammatical errors that made me cringe, but to be honest, I have read some books by Best Selling Authors, and found typos and grammatical errors as well, and these are from the big publishing houses, so I do not always immediately fault the author.
I have dealt my whole life with insecurities so I can see where Ellie is coming from, but oh my god, if I had a man like Gunner who wanted to be with me, I sure would do what I could to curb those insecurities and keep him in my life.
As for the language, well…have you listened to the way people talk these days? Oh my word…you cannot even go out to the mall without hearing people throw out the F-word all the time. As a society we are quick to complain to the networks when someone on TV curses or there is nudity, but where is the censor button in real life? There is none, and while the language may be offensive to many, it has become very much a big part of society these days.
I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series, “Saved” which deals with Ari and Jeff’s relationship. I bought it for my Kindle yesterday so it should be showing up here soon.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. Sure, there were things that I didn’t like, or that drove me nuts, but it wasn’t bad at all. 8 months ago