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Loving Ashe (Loving Ashe Trilogy #1) by Liz Durano

 
 

October 8, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Loving Ashe

Author :           Liz Durano

Series :            Loving Ashe Trilogy #1

Release date :   September 29th 2015

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : A booty call. A stuck elevator. A chance to move on.Three years after her ex-boyfriend left her to pursue his Hollywood dream, Riley Eames’ love life is still on hold, hindered by questions only he can answer. So when he asks to meet her for a booty call while he’s in town, she reluctantly agrees, only to find herself stuck in the hotel elevator with charming British actor, Ashe Hunter, who’s in town to promote his latest movie. But even as sparks fly between them, Riley realizes that to fall in love again, she has to move on from the past, even if it means letting go of the questions she’s been seeking answers to, and uncovering secrets meant to be hidden.

 

Review : When choosing Loving Ashe I honestly did not notice that there were supposed to be more than one book. Meaning that it was supposed to be a series. Well when I discovered that fact it was already to late and I had started reading it. So all the time I was afraid that I would be left with a cliffhanger of epic proportions as the story continued in such a way and at such a pace that I felt it could only end THAT way.

 

Than I discovered that the author really had a lot of plat that she packed into this one book – it was really a “WOW – I SO DID NOT SEE THAT COMING” read for me. And I could even live with the way she left the readers at the end of the book. Why can’t all authors be like that. ? Where others struggle to come up with enough plot to fill one book Ms. Durano almost had TOO much to tell for this one book.

 

I almost got a whiplash a certain points and several “wait what?” moments. All of this plot packed in a very intriguing writing style that captured my attention from the first to the last page are guarantees that I can hardly wait for “Loving Riley” to be released …

 

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