Summary

Love is the sweetest venom.
Lawrence: I told her I wanted her body and not her love. I lied.
Ronan: I fell in love with a lie.... She was beauty and destruction.
Kissing her was a tender song. Owning her body, a wild poem. Loving her, my downfall. But she was mine. Or so I thought.
Blaire: One man offered me his love. The other, the world.
I'm falling, falling, falling.... And there's no end in sight.
©2016 Mia Asher (P)2016 Tantor
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5 out of 5 stars
By Vicki on 25-05-16

BLAIRE GETS A TASTE OF HER OWN MEDICINE

The book starts off exactly where Easy Virtue leaves off, except from Ronan's POV as Blaire and Lawrence walk out of her apartment building.

Blaire crushed Ronan's heart in Easy Virtue. In this book Blaire finds out, from Ronan, just how bitter her own medicine is. Lawrence also does a 360. We find out more about Ronan's sister and her people connections.

Blaire, Ronan and Lawrence each find themselves going thru self discovery. I went thru a gamut of emotions with all three but my eyes watered up for Lawrence. I hurt the most for him. I also wanted to slap Ronan's sister in the face.

I hung on every word and couldn't stop listening. I would get irritated if I was interrupted.

Lucy Rivers and Jeremy York gave a gripping, emotional and all consuming performance.

Absolutely worth a credit.




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4 out of 5 stars
By Kellee on 22-04-18

OMG 😲

My heart is broken and put back together! Great book and the narrators were great. I wish the epilogue was longer! Very good.

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