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review Trial Run ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¸ ❰Download❯ ➵ Trial Run Author Ella Medler – Helpyouantib.co.uk “Trust me he says You’ll be safe with me he says”Amelie Watts is sick and tired of being treated like a child She might be willowy and delicate but she has strength of the kind that doeZers Her latest idea is insane and bound to be her most enormous failure to date But how to make her understandEnter Rob Tyson incorrigible bachelor and Jason’s best friend For a laugh they make a bet Two people a hastily acuired boat and a tropical paradise What could possibly go wrong. I honestly thought that Jason was an over bearing big brother To hear Amelie talk about him you'd agree But then she goes and proves that she can't be left alone for long Her behavior is just over the top rebellion I wouldn't have wanted to be responsible for her However I swear there were two different Amelies It was like day and night I liked Rob Not sure why but he just seemed like a good friend who was willing to help a friend out In the middle of teaching Amelie a lesson things go terribly wrong and he's forced to spend a lot of time with her There were times I really liked Amelie The banter between her and Rob seemed very natural and fun However there were other times she acted like an ungrateful brat Overall I enjoyed the story I wanted to see Amelie mature into the thoughtful fun loving person I saw glimpses of I kept reading to make sure they survived their ordeal and were able to get their HEA

Ella Medler à 5 review

“Trust me he says You’ll be safe with me he says”Amelie Watts is sick and tired of being treated like a child She might be willowy and delicate but she has strength of the kind that doesn’t show on the outside Plus she learned all she needed to know so she could cope on her own No. Trial Run is a HOME RUNI absolutely savored every page of this book I have to admit that I identified so well with Amelie because she reminded me so much of myself in my younger days She's fiercely independent smart attractive and with her tenacious spirit insists on making her own decisions good or bad and will go balls to the walls to defy anyone who uestions themEnter Rob the knight in shining armor I loved the banter back and forth between them and the writer took careful steps I suppose to keep the reader wondering just when the sparks would ignite and well you know when they would consummate the darn relationship When they did I jumped for joy The book has a fun tempo lots of romance and you'll find yourself rooting for Amelie to grow up and make those good decisionsThis was my first Ella Medler book to read and I can tell you it won't be my last Kudos Ms MedlerI'm a fan

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Trial RunW if only her big brother would finally release her inheritance She would fly to the Bahamas and kiss the backwater she grew up in goodbyeJason Watts is fed up with picking up the pieces of his little sister’s life If only she would grow up already and learn to live life without stabili. The opening of Trial Run led me to expect a standard romance in the vein of Mills and Boon The strong clever resourceful hero with his high handed masterful attitude the ditzy heroine who needs to be 'saved' and I might almost have stopped there as I'm not a fan of the genre only for the fact that the young woman had been portrayed as fundamentally of sound character A woman who spends all her time acuiring skills such as plumbing and car maintenance in order always to maintain complete independence can hardly be the fainting heroine of a 1950's style bodice ripper The central character Amelie was surprisingly complex for a work of this type with a tension between her tough minded independence and business acumen and the emotional immaturity of a spoiled schoolgirl This tension fleshed her out into three dimensions saving her from the flat banality of the traditional romance heroineI therefore continued with the book enjoying along the way its pleasant easy style and the drama of the action seuences which are a particular strength of Medler's and was rewarded for my perseverance about halfway through when the hero in a surprising plot twist re examined his life and actions and experienced a change of heart rejecting his high handed and arrogant behaviour and emerging as a decent and rational man This venture into the moral universe really defines Trial Run lifting it from the mere romance into a really satisfying readThere was rather graphic sex than I like to see in a novel however it was well enough executed and my distaste for scenes of this kind is one of personal preference I feel sure that afficionados of the modern romance genre will enjoy this book