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Evelyn didn’t see much of a future for herself At 17 she is unable to interact easily with people especially men All her life she has been tormented by their constant advances When on a trip to New Orleans she meets the man she dreams about every night Only now he's real and she craved him Unable to cope with the new sensations he's causing her she. This book has so many grammatical errors it s unreal I couldn t get past the first five pages because the writing was so bad I m sorry but this book needs to be severely edited possibly even rewritten Aside from the constant errors the characters weren t believable and I failed to connect On the Run Sweet Valley High Super Thriller of a future for herself At 17 she is unable to interact easily with people especially men All her life she has been tormented by their constant advances When Kidnapped on a trip to New Orleans she meets the man she dreams about every night Only now he's real and she craved him Unable to cope with the new sensations he's causing her she. This book has so many grammatical errors it s unreal I couldn t get past the first five pages because the writing was so bad I m sorry but this book needs to be severely edited possibly even rewritten Aside from the constant errors the characters weren t believable and I failed to connect

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Eden's Children

Runs from him Only to end up in a nightmare Her mother has been abducted and presumed dead The father she never knew had been abducted 12 years earlier Now she could be the next target She has to leave her life behind as she is sent to live with the twin brother she never knew she had His name is Aiden he is the man who holds her and kisses her should. This review applies to both Eden s Children and Eden s Guardians Kindle 1st EditionsWhy did I give these books 4 stars instead of 3 Because despite their flaws I was completely captivated by them I read the first two books of this trilogy in two days straight and look forward to the third Sandy Johnson s debut novel and its seuel tell a passionate tale of forbidden love that explores some challenging topics including incest and rape with an original twist When long lost twins Evelyn and Aiden are reunited after about fourteen years their lives are thrown into total upheaval at a time when they are trying to come to terms with their newfound sexual desires But they have so much to learn about themselves and their family s true nature It is their journeys of self discovery along with the mounting tensions between the characters that kept me hooked all the way throughThe biggest problem with these books is their unpolished nature There are lots of grammatical errors throughout both and the paragraphing of dialogue could use some work too If you struggle to get past pages of errors I would not suggest reading the current editions of these novels That said I would recommend them to any romance readers who are willing to overlook such faults The main characters were credible angsty teenagers although some of the secondary characters could benefit from further development I would love to know what they like and dislike as well as what drives them There were times when I found myself relating to both Evelyn and Aiden in different ways and I was reminded of my own struggles at that age It would be difficult for me to choose a favourite of the twins I loved them both but of the secondary characters Jake stands out as the most likeable thanks to his impish personality and kind heartI was moved by these books I laughed and cried at several points and felt incredibly angry when the main characters were mistreated And the sexual tension by God I m not going lie I was turned on by the twin s intimate interactionsIn short I rated these books for their potential The creative concepts troubling themes and intense conflict both inner and outer along with the strong emotional response I felt as I read about the characters striving towards their goals have all set a strong foundation for a great story It would be worth investing in some or professional editing so that this trilogy can meet its full potential Feral of 3 Because despite their flaws I was completely captivated by them I read the first two books Krismis van Map Jacobs of this trilogy in two days straight and look forward to the third Sandy Johnson s debut novel and its seuel tell a passionate tale Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of forbidden love that explores some challenging topics including incest and rape with an Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche original twist When long lost twins Evelyn and Aiden are reunited after about fourteen years their lives are thrown into total upheaval at a time when they are trying to come to terms with their newfound sexual desires But they have so much to learn about themselves and their family s true nature It is their journeys Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, of self discovery along with the mounting tensions between the characters that kept me hooked all the way throughThe biggest problem with these books is their unpolished nature There are lots Mensa Riddles Conundrums of grammatical errors throughout both and the paragraphing Julie of the Wolves of dialogue could use some work too If you struggle to get past pages The Right Swipe of errors I would not suggest reading the current editions Touched of these novels That said I would recommend them to any romance readers who are willing to Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa overlook such faults The main characters were credible angsty teenagers although some Ugly Fish of the secondary characters could benefit from further development I would love to know what they like and dislike as well as what drives them There were times when I found myself relating to both Evelyn and Aiden in different ways and I was reminded The Math of Life and Death 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives of my Little Gods own struggles at that age It would be difficult for me to choose a favourite Der Schweizerische Robinson of the twins I loved them both but Ensorcelled The Erotic Adventures of Jane in the Jungle Book 9 of the secondary characters Jake stands The Poems The Collected Works of W B Yeats out as the most likeable thanks to his impish personality and kind heartI was moved by these books I laughed and cried at several points and felt incredibly angry when the main characters were mistreated And the sexual tension by God I m not going lie I was turned Sylvia Pankhurst on by the twin s intimate interactionsIn short I rated these books for their potential The creative concepts troubling themes and intense conflict both inner and Attack of Apollyon: Revenge of the Locusts outer along with the strong emotional response I felt as I read about the characters striving towards their goals have all set a strong foundation for a great story It would be worth investing in some Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere An Illustrated Introduction Tuttle Martial Arts or professional editing so that this trilogy can meet its full potential

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Er while she sleeps The only man she had ever wanted Now Evelyn must keep her feelings a secret and keep him at a distance Only he feels the same he struggles to control his possessive nature over her She was his and he was never letting her go Evelyn must fight her desires while they have to fight for their lives They were coming They wanted them dea. DNF 77%Ren sk r sopa Vet inte varf r jag inte gav up den tidigare Pocomoto Tenderfoot only man she had ever wanted Now Evelyn must keep her feelings a secret and keep him at a distance Only he feels the same he struggles to control his possessive nature Anton over her She was his and he was never letting her go Evelyn must fight her desires while they have to fight for their lives They were coming They wanted them dea. DNF 77%Ren sk r sopa Vet inte varf r jag inte gav up den tidigare


7 thoughts on “Eden's Children

  1. says:

    122319TWINS REUNITEDDespite the grammar errors which according to the author it should be corrected soon I loved the entire story line Evelyn Aiden Terratellus were separated at the age of 5 by their parents to protect them Evelyn was raised by

  2. says:

    This book has so many grammatical errors it's unreal I couldn't get past the first five pages because the writing was so bad I'm sorry but this book needs to be severely edited possibly even rewritten Aside from the constant errors the charact

  3. says:

    This review applies to both Eden’s Children and Eden’s Guardians Kindle 1st EditionsWhy did I give these books 4 stars instead of 3? Becaus

  4. says:

    Definitely a MustVery well written with lots of action Definitely worth adding to anyone's collection I have already purchased the next books in he trilogy Thanks very much Sandy

  5. says:

    DNF 77%Ren skär sopa Vet inte varför jag inte gav up den tidigare

  6. says:

    Surprised in a good wayI actually really enjoyed this book didn't know what to expect with the cover was expecting some sort of Adam and Eve type theme but was surprised Obviously the incest might be a bit off putting for some but I was easi

  7. says:

    I don’t usually read fantasy so this was interesting but needed a lot of editing The writing was very awkward and everything happened way too

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