Interstitial Ann Somerville Author Unnatural Selection, no. Lost in Transcription Ann Somerville Author Next of Kin Unnatural Different Senses Ann Somerville Author Learning to Dharn Ann Somerville Author Transitional Arrangements Ann Somerville Author The Surrogate Ann Somerville Author Twin Effect Ann Somerville Author Impedimenta Interstitial 3 Ann Somerville Author Slipping Under Ann Somerville Author Means of Support Ann Somerville Author Going Down Ann Somerville Author Every Move You Make Lindira Ann Somerville Author Encounters Ann Somerville Author Somatesthesia Ann Somerville Author Publishers Ann Somerville.
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I'm not a fan of the later, it kind of threw me off given some of the painful hurtles our characters have to go through. Overall, it was a good story that felt longer than it needed to be.
To be honest, I enjoyed Landing Softly more. Can't really say anything about this, because of spoilers and all. Jun 22, JL Lucaban rated it really liked it.
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I love how this series doesn't just focus on romance between two people, but also shows other types of love. It's not always that I read this kind of books, in fact I only ever read two others, and every time I do read one, it feels refreshing. Although, I have to say that the story was slow, which makes some parts a little Still enjoyed it if you don't mind those parts, since I certainly did not. And the humour that was in the first book is still there which helps a lot. I I love how this series doesn't just focus on romance between two people, but also shows other types of love.
I still had moments where I had to stop a little while coz i can't stop laughing Which might be because I take pleasure even from small things like a joke Anyways, totally love it. Aug 31, Ulaumes rated it liked it. This really isn't a romance, Arman and Kei are there, but this is more Karik centric. Part 1: slow, kinda boring, nearly stopped reading - low 2 star, not offensive, just a slog Part 2: decent, got stuff done, much easier to get through - 2 to 3 star, not romance, but at least not boring.
Side story: the shortest, but best part of the book though there wasn't much romance - 3 star. I was good and I am glad i finished it. There was to much arguing in this book. It had a nice ending though and i will see if the next in the series is any better. Mostly it's because I don't appreciate how almost all the conflict comes from misscomunication and missunderstandings, it's lazy and frustrating. Again, the characters are the book's saving grace, in my opinion.
The plot itself wasn't more than allright. Stunning story with stunning characters and stunning just about everything. It made me cry a few times, but it made me feel so good in the end.
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Just beautiful. I just can't seem to finish reading this book. It's so terribly slow. I'm on page out of So close but yet so far.
Setting this aside to read something else for a bit. Maybe I'll come back to it later. Okay, finally finished it. It really doesn't fit the Romance genre. I really wish I could have given it more stars but I almost didn't finish it. This also included a side story called "Landing Softly" which is about Jembis.
Kind of sort of a romance? Hard to tell. Don't think I'll read it I just can't seem to finish reading this book. Don't think I'll read it again.
Falling From The Tree
I'm usually wary of books in a series that jump generations and charaacters it took me 10 years to read Lord of the Rings after finishing The Hobbit , but I'm glad i took the chance with this one. I enjoyed this book as much as the first one. Some reviewers have mentioned that they found the first half a little slow, but I have to say that I loved the whole thing and was hooked right from the start.
The first half of the book was slow paced and made me slightly bored. I couldn't get interested in the plot though I instantly started to like the new protagonist s. The second half was what I was expecting after the first volume. The best part was the ending, emotional and fulfilling. View 2 comments. I loved Karik's story Even though I wanted to slap Arman at times. But he got his shit together eventually! I also loved Jembis' story and was glad for the follow-up.
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Jan 19, A. I didn't enjoy this one as much as Numbers 1 and 3.
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Not sure why. But it is stil a great series. Katie rated it liked it Feb 12, Tierra rated it really liked it Jul 11, Orangeflo rated it liked it Oct 18, Dave rated it really liked it Jan 17, Trible68 rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Aprikoosi rated it did not like it Apr 07, Bluepuri rated it it was amazing May 04, Kelleyann rated it really liked it Sep 16, Leah rated it it was amazing Mar 13, Furtivestar rated it really liked it May 04, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Ann Somerville. Ann Somerville. In , she returned home to Southeast Queensland with two more degrees this time in science and IT , an English husband and a staggering case of homesickness, vowing never to leave Australia again.
Her long, plot-driven fiction featuring gay and bisexual characters has been published by Samhain Publishing and elsewhere. Other books in the series.