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I really like romance novels, and I understand that there are certain conventions that most authors adhere to.
I get that a lot of readers like their romance heroes and oh, how I hate the language one uses to discuss romance protagonists , to be really macho, but Jack is a sexist egotist. He's not some self-assured, sexy alpha male.
He's a guy who feels completely okay with running roughshod over Laurelynn and expecting her to make all of the sacrifices in their relationship. He lies when he finds it convenient, yet wants to be at the forefront of every part of her life. I nearly gave up on the first book halfway through, but then I convinced myself that he wasn't as bad as I'd thought. Halfway through the this book, I had to be honest with myself: Jack is awful.
To be fair, most of the people in Laurelynn's life are. I think she needs to cut ties with everybody she knows and try to find people who will respect her, instead of claiming to love her and then negating everything she says or wants. Jack is basically a really big toddler, and is completely okay with throwing tantrums or being petulant, as long as it gets him what he wants in that moment.
How is this guy a successful businessman? He seems to lack both patience and the ability to compromise. For Jack, Laurelynn must either give up everything she's ever worked toward or they're not going to survive. There's literally no other option in his mind. This guy is a squjillionaire, and he can't think of any way that maybe the two of them can both achieve their dreams? Like, not at all? Talk about a failure of imagination.
Maybe this book gets better. Maybe Laurelynn's parents become less awful and Jack pulls his head out of his butt, but I'm done. I couldn't make it past yet another person in Laurelynn's life thinking that they knew better than her and telling her that what she wants doesn't matter as much as what others want for and from her.
I was okay with book 1, even though it bothered me that it was so clearly riding on the coattails of 50 Shades of Grey that entire sentences were lifted intact. The premise made no sense, but the characters were enjoyable.
Those characters must have gone on vacation, because the Jack Henry and Laurelyn in this book were definitely different people. Here are the things I hated about the book, in a nutshell: Addison's career advice seems right out of the 's -- forget about what you want to do, all that's important is that you be there for your man.
Given that Laurelyn's star is rising, and Jack Henry has enough money, not to mention managers to handle things, why shouldn't Laurelyn focus on her career as well, and why doesn't Jack Henry support her in that? What on earth is she going to do in Australia besides wait for Jack Henry to get home so she can have sex with him.
One of the things I liked about the first book was the the male protagonist wasn't an angst-filled borderline-lunatic, whose behavior would send any normal woman running. He actually seemed to be a pretty decent guy with some trust issues. But in this book, he crosses the line from understanding, supportive, loving partner to "I'll do anything you want -- please don't hurt me!
She's still lifting entire lines from 50 SOG! It's irritating, to say the least.
It's a shame that a series that started out with some promise has turned into whatever this is. Go to site. Back to top.
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I fell in love with Laurelynn and Jack Henry when the first book was released. I found the group before I started blogging, and was happy to find a group of amazing ladies who shared the love of their story as much as I did. I downloaded the book at midnight and could not resist starting to read.
Laurelynn and Jack Henry are starting to find out what life is like without the other. Laurelynn left Australia without a goodbye as Jack Henry was on his way to beg her to stay. They are both beyond miserable.
The pain of their separation takes an emotional toll on each of them. Her music becomes her release for all of the heartache and sadness she has over losing Jack.
The love that she has for him is still as strong as it was the day she left, and she longs for him. He misses her desperately, and vows to find her. It takes him 3 months till he finally finds her. When he finally sees her, he realizes that she is not the same woman who left Australia. She has found success with her music and he somehow has to convince her that he can be enough and win back her trust.
When they reunite it is heartbreaking and amazing at the same time.