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Friday, November 14, 2014

Book Review: At Any Moment by Brenna Aubrey

If you're into a series w a sexy love but a great story, characters that grow and every feeling you can run through your head written on the page. Like how "Adam runs his hands through his dark sexy hair," then yes! A 3 books series worth reading for a dose of someone else's love story.

To me this is a love story. And in this book AAM (At Any Moment) BA (Brenna Aubrey) does an awesome job with the details of what's going through Mia's mind.., How Adam is dealing and struggles as well. Told through Adam and Mia's POV. If you're reading AAM you know Mia is suffering and I give her credit for being so strong but yet so weak to realize how much she needs her loved ones, to let them in and care for her. It's very disheartening but sad n happy at the same time. Adam who has this internal war w himself because he doesn't know how to deal with the situation at hand. He's conflicted on how to love her physically so he keeps his distance, keeps Mia at an arms reach but during her stay with him that only fuels her self pity and in the end she has to leave back to Anza. In here you'll see Mia and Adam struggle as a couple who has to face life and death situations. Their love together is strong yet gentle, sometimes just a stroke of a butterflies touch is reassuring for the other. But sometimes unspoken words fuel that internal turmoil and their doubts put a damper on how they proceed.
It's a romance novel where you meet whitty and attractive new n old characters. The best part is the story line and how everything flows smoothly. Some characters don't grow as much while others move on with their life. The love making is intense with the descriptions to make you whimper. You'll find yourself crying along with the frustrations and laugh along with the gang. In the end they all find their place and as Mia and Adam's story comes to an end, I do appreciate and love how BA doesn't rush the ending. You know the book is ending as you read but when you read you'll be guessing how it'll end. As your anticipation multiples and your reading and pulse speeds up, the story still flows smoothly. And you're left wanting more, what happened?! But yes, a good ending.

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