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.
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By Manuel Aghiarian on 19-10-15
I Really Enjoyed This Book
A big fan of Easy and Breakable, I was jazzed even i happened upon this book only a few days after it's release. And I'd had not heard of it before that day, to boot. which an enjoyable thing . as opposed to counting month's, weeks and days, anxiously waiting and waiting for "the next book" as I no doubt would have been doing.
I was looking fwd to getting to know more about Boyce and Pearl. I really grew to like him in Breakable. His loyalty, underlying compassion, keen perception, with Landon and quick wit made him a stand out. And Pearl was enigmatic enough to make me curious. So i didn't waste a moment. and grabbed it immediately.
I was not at all disappointed. I enjoyed listening to their story unfold. Especially, the going back to the start of it all
I really enjoy Christy Romano and Zachary Webber's narrations. This was my first time hearing Christy. She's very good, a nice voice, great with Accents and all. I've listened to several audio books Zachary has done or been part of, now. I always enjoy his portrayal of the characters. He brings them to life and he also gives a little extra. . . something to each character he reads. It's come to where. I'd be likely to purchase books based in his narration, where I may not if it were someone else. He's that good. In My humble opinion.
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By Denise on 26-06-17
2.5 Stars. The story was ok. It was kinda sweet but nothing earth shattering. The ending seemed a bit rushed. I will say this story is slightly off the usual romance formula. In that there isn't a "big misunderstanding" or "break up" of the characters. However the "ex-boyfriend" showing up after many many months out of the blue, was a bit contrived. I LOVED Easy from this author and liked her teen series. She didn't delve into sex scenes in those books. But in Sweet, she does. It feels awkward. I'm not sure the author is entirely comfortable writing them. Also the author's son, Zachary, was just ok in this performance. I love this young man's voice and have heard him before. But he was a bit flat. Christy was pretty solid, using southern or "hick" accents for some of the characters.
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