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Thoughtless - S. C. Stephens

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  • Gradually building tension.
  • Never a dull moment.
  • Kiera could be irritating at times.
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      19.07.2014 17:23
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      Advantages

      • "Never a dull moment."
      • "Gradually building tension."

      Disadvantages

      • "Kiera could be irritating at times."

      A great Romance novel filled with tension

      ''''I threw my arms around his neck and, for just a moment, let myself believe that it was months ago, and we were just two friends giving one another a moments comfort. But...we weren''''t. Our friendship had inflamed into passion, and, once ignited, that burn was impossible to turn back down.''''

      Plot

      For nearly two years, Kiera''''s boyfriend Denny has been everything she''''s ever wanted. He''''s tender, loving, and completely devoted to her. Everything seems perfect when they head off for their dream life together in a new city; Kiera at a top University, and Denny at his dream job.

      But when Denny''''s new job forces him to spend time away from Kiera, she''''s left feeling hurt, lonely and confused. Feeling in need of comfort, Kiera turns to their new roommate,a local rockstar named Kellan Kyle. At first he''''s just a good friend, helping her through a tough time, but as Kiera''''s loneliness grows, so do her feelings for Kellan. One night changes everything between them, and it''''s clear that things can never go back to how they were before.

      My thoughts

      I''''d heard a lot about this book through friends on Goodreads, and saw a lot of different reviews, mostly positive, although there were some negatives too. I decided that this sounded like just the kind of book I love to read, so I decided to get myself a copy for my Kindle.
      The first thing I noticed was how long the book is; at nearly 400 pages,it''''s quite a bit longer than a lot of the Romance books I read. However, the story was written well, and it didn''''t feel like a chore to get through all of the pages. In fact, I think that the length of the book helped to create tension between the characters, which definitely made the story more interesting and more believable.

      I really felt sorry for Denny, as he''''s always put Kiera first before himself, and the one time that he doesn''''t, he feels really guilty and is determined to make it up to her. However, this makes Kiera feel unwanted and pushes her into the arms of Kellan, who''''s more than willing to oblige. But it''''s clear how bad Kellan feels for betraying Denny, as Denny helped him through a tough time and is one of his closest friends. Of course, Kiera is left feeling confused, having feelings for two men and not knowing who to choose. She knows that she''''ll have to hurt one of them in order to choose, so she''''s left with a difficult decision.
      I really enjoyed this book and thought that the building tension between the three main characters was great. Although I loved the story, at times I found myself getting frustrated with Kiera as most of the story was centered around her inability to choose between Denny or Kellan. After a while she started to get on my nerves and I found myself wanting to shout, ''''Just choose someone!'''', at her. I really liked the ending and wasn''''t expecting what happened, but the gradually building tension lead up to an explosive ending, and finally, Kiera has to make a choice.

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