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Highland Harmony: Avelina and Drew (Clan Grant) Paperback – September 26, 2015
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 26, 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 202 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1517500532
- ISBN-13 : 978-1517500535
- Item Weight : 9.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.46 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #790,646 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Then there's Lina. I don't understand how someone who's raised around strong women can be so weak. I thought back through the other books, and I don't recall many instances of her being treated like a stupid child, which is what this book insinuates. "Oh, your mom and brothers have always babied you, that's why you can't stand up for yourself." I'm sorry, what?! I can't believe this is the same series with women like Gwyneth and Brenna.
I couldn't even finish it. The first 7 books are fine, this one was garbo.
I am so greatful this is the last book of the series. There is so much I disliked abut this book I don't know where to begin.
First, I hated the hero Drew. He was a manwhore and even after meeting Avelina, he took a wench in the kitchen. This strikes out at my biggest pet peeves. Granted he didn't "cheat" but he still had feelings for her and did what he did. The lame ass excuse of.. well he did it because he wanted Avelina and couldn't have her cause she innocent just doesn't wash with me. I also hated the lame ass heroine (Avelina) for forgiving him because a man has needs. Please, spare me. She should have dropped him then and there. She was just as lame as the hero IMHO.
As for the writing, the dialogue is at times childish and immature, there are too many inconsistancies in the storyline than I care to detail, and the characters are flat and uninteresting, having no personality.
Another thing that was irritating, was the authors failure of creating a dislikable antagonist. I didn't hate him but felt sorry for him. In fact I was hoping the heroine would have married him instead of the hero. SHe prtrays him as abused by his parents, all his life. Ridiculed by his clan members for no reason. A man only seeking to gain the attention and love of his parents. Yet he is constantly getting punched in the face by the "hero" who is more of a piece of s*** than the antagoinst.
I also tire of all the filler about the 200 clan childtren and the useless boring activites of the family life. How much can one read about a swimming in a loch?
The epilogue was better than in the last book, at least it was about the main characters.
The romance was meh close to non existant, and the one love scene was at the very end and also meh.
I will read only 1 more of her books which I already purchased, and if it sucks as much as these past few have, I will no longer purchase her books any more. I am done with LeVeque and Montclair is soon to be off my list of author as well.
I will admit that I laughed and yes I cried (a lot) through reading it. My husband thinks I'm crazy. He's like what's wrong? Did something happen to one of the kids, your mom, sister. When I just sat there and tried to explain. He rolled his eyes said you and your books and walked away. He just doesn't understand.
When you go through the emotions that match the pages of the book, laughter, crying, anger, etc. Feeling all these emotions you know that the author is awesome. As they touched your life and make you feel as if you are actually a part of the story.
If anyone is looking for a awesome great new author. Look no further. You need to read her books. All of Keira's books are like this one. She never fails to make you laugh and cry and always leaves you hoping that the next book is coming really soon.