The Obvious [E–pub/E–book]


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  1. says: The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy

    The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy Review The Obvious Sammy is a young woman who has been through a lot in her life and although she doesn't uite like her way of life now she doesn't know how to change it She struggles to find the answers she is looking for but sometimes what is right there in front you is the best solution Will she realise the obvious before it's too late?I will not say anything else not wanting to spoil it for you but this is no ordinary roma

  2. says: Review The Obvious The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy

    The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download When I started reading it I was appalled Usually when I come upon a dirty sex scene on the first few pages of a new book I'll yawn and go read something else I can't say what compelled me to read on All I know is that I ended up reading the entire book in one go until 2 am and never regretted it It's almost unbearably realistic to the point where you start to wonder how much of it is a true story It's haunting and will stay with you for a l

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    Review The Obvious J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] One of the things that indie authors keep surprising me with is how they work in the romance genre A genre that is typically been rat

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    Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download Review The Obvious A great debutI first read and thoroughly enjoyed chapters of this book when it was a work in progress on Authonomy The finished ver

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    The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] A good read The sort of book that makes you thankful you had good parents if you did J Cassidy has a way of drawing you in to feel for the characters and all the reasons why their lives run like they do Difficult

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    J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] Not so obvious reality check which keeps you reading while your heart is breaking as you realise your life is about the choices you m

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    The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download This short well written book is categorized as Romance but it flies in the face of every romance novel expectation and trope It's a cautionary tale a gritty story of wasted potential in which nothing good happens to anyone and no one can do anything about it Don't read it in the winterSammy barely twenty years old has been on her own for two years on the dole and out of work no matter how many applications she fills out Abandone

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    The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy Review The Obvious This is an excellent readI was doubtful how this was going to move forward after a very raunchy beginning but I was very ple

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    Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] When we first meet Sammy we think she's hit rock bottom That's only just the start A highly intelligent under achi

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    Review × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × J. Cassidy J. Cassidy × 2 Read & download The Obvious [E–pub/E–book] This novel is chock full of F bombs and sex with a constant undercurrent of violence and I loved every wordOn the pages without a s

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The Obvious

The Obvious Free download æ 2 An alcoholic father her mother missing since she was a child all Sammy has are her friends When their deceit st. When I started reading it I was appalled Usually when I come upon a dirty sex scene on the first few pages of a new book I ll yawn and go read something else I can t say what compelled me to read on All I know is that I ended up reading the entire book in one go until 2 am and never regretted it It s almost unbearably realistic to the point where you start to wonder how much of it is a true story It s haunting and will stay with you for a long time

Review The Obvious

The Obvious Free download æ 2 Arts to tear into their group Sammy must decide whether doing the right thing is worth losing everythingFriends. A great debutI first read and thoroughly enjoyed chapters of this book when it was a work in progress on Authonomy The finished version is a credit to the attention to detail and high standard of writing that has been achieved Firstly for the reader it has a captivating opening Then because the characters are written so realistically and contained within a plot that cleverly develops it makes you feel as if you are inside the story alongside the main character Sammy This story takes you on an emotionally charged journey where you are powerless other than to empathize I hope there is to come from J Cassidy

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The Obvious Free download æ 2 Hips can be fleeting family can’t be chosen and the choices she makes will stay with her until the day she di. This short well written book is categorized as Romance but it flies in the face of every romance novel expectation and trope It s a cautionary tale a gritty story of wasted potential in which nothing good happens to anyone and no one can do anything about it Don t read it in the winterSammy barely twenty years old has been on her own for two years on the dole and out of work no matter how many applications she fills out Abandoned by her mother at an early age she was nevertheless a gifted student but dropped out in order to escape from her abusive father Without paying work her life is restricted to job hunting hanging out with her neighbor Kev and going to pubs with three friends from her schooldays She compulsively hooks up with strangers and is regularly disappointed in their performance The sex scenes with these guys are well written and explicit but not arousing a good trick Sammy also has a sweet friends with benefits arrangement with Kev Tellingly those sex scenes are never described What s obvious is that this relationship is the only good thing in her life but it might not be enoughI can t say I enjoyed The Obvious It is relentlessly grim as it details the downward spiraling life of an abuse survivor who doesn t have the necessary resources to thrive Occasional flashbacks reveal key moments in Sammy s past without explaining every detail just enough to hint at what she went through how she coped who failed her and why she s where she is now Opportunities for a happier life are rejected or snatched away and I appreciate that the author didn t give in to the impulse to make everything miraculously better even though that s what I wanted There were maybe a few too many coincidences involving a large family of minor characters leading to a rift between Sammy and her friends Symbolically though it works those family members have each other s back no one but Kev seems to have Sammy s which she fails to appreciate until it s too late

  • Kindle Edition
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  • The Obvious
  • J. Cassidy
  • English
  • 21 June 2018
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