R.J. Lewis Leah (Carter Book 2)

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***WARNING: This book contains a lot of SWEARING, and SEX. If that is not your thing, this may offend. *** BOOK 2 OF 2 CARTER MUST BE READ FIRST Leah: After Carter left, I convinced myself I was well and truly over him. Fairy tales didn't exist. I learned to make myself happy, while avoiding commitment like a plague. I couldn't afford another heartbreak. Love simply didn't exist the way I once believed it did. I tried to heal and move on, while Carter became a rock star, taking the world by storm. We lived two completely different lives. But when he unexpectedly shows back up again, making old feelings emerge as though they never went away, I'm torn between reliving the past, or moving on again, alone.
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    Leah (Carter Book 2)
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    Laralarry

    26. October 2016 um 13:52

    Inhalt: After Carter left, I convinced myself I was well and truly over him. Fairy tales didn't exist. I learned to make myself happy, while avoiding commitment like a plague. I couldn't afford another heartbreak. Love simply didn't exist the way I once believed it did. I tried to heal and move on, while Carter became a rock star, taking the world by storm. We lived two completely different lives. But when he unexpectedly shows back up again, making old feelings emerge as though they never went away, I'm torn between reliving the past, or moving on again, alone. Rezension: Leah ist die Fortsetzung des New Adult Romans Carter und ist nach der Protagonistin, der Ich-Erzählerin benannt. Auch wie der Vorgänger hat dieser Roman seine Stärken und Schwächen, aber auch wenn hier das nervige Beziehungsdrama endet, dass mich in den letzten 200 Seiten des vorherigen Bandes so gestört hat, fehlt dem Nachfolger die Story. Es ist zwar schön und gut, dass die Autorin ein Happy End herbeiführen möchte, aber es passiert nicht wirklich etwas in diesem Buch, was man zusammenfassen müsste. Fazit: Ein unnötiger zweiter Band.

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