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Captivating Bridge (Tempest Book 3) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Michelle Mankin

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A best seller in New Adult Romance on Amazon...
Warren "War" Jinkins is that guy.
The bad one.
Tempest's ex front man, an arrogant rock god.
The only thing larger than his ego is his capacity for self-destruction.
His bad attitude has cost him. His woman. His best friend. His band. Everything.

Shaina Bentley is that girl.
The good one.
Hollywood's pink candy-coated sweetheart.
The star of Pinky Swear, television's top rated teen show.
She's been practically perfect since that horrible day. But she's starting to crack under the strain of being everything to everyone.

He's a one man island. She's a fragile captive soul.

Is love a current too dangerous to cross or will it be the bridge that brings them together?

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 344 pages
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23 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truely Amazing!! 22 mai 2014
Par April Merriman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
5 Fist Bumps

War broke my heart in Book 1 but knocked me to my knees in Captivating Bridge. A complex guardian angel, War finds his match in actress Shaina. She brings out the best in him, whether he likes it or not! She forces him to face his demons, not realizing by doing so her demons will come to life.

I laughed. I cried

But most importantly I connected with the story. As a person diagnosed with depression and PTSD I can vouch that Michelle portrayed "our" lives with raw dignity. I love her more and more the more I read. She writes with pure honesty no matter how ugly the situations are;
For that I give her, War, and Shaina a standing round of applause and demand an encore!
17 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Talk Supe Reviews: Lyrical But Painful 23 juin 2014
Par Braine @ Talk Supe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Oh the angst! This is why I very rarely and am very picky with my new adult reads because of the frickin' angst. Waaah! CAPTIVATING BRIDGE has hair-pulling, gut wrenching, jaw gritting, ANGST! Why?! Because when two broken and bent people decide to fall in love with each other, the healing process is unlike anything you've ever come across with! I assume it's as painful and itchy as a werewolf shifting or a vampire knitting his skin together or something supernatural like that. It's difficult to watch!

War is messed up because his mom is a druggie and his dad didn't want him. Shaina is messed up because her older sister committed suicide and both her parents are controlling. Shaina taught War how to love in the real sense of the word and War gave Shayne freedom to be herself, to pursue her passion and to just let go and soar. It's quite beautiful actually but their HEA was paved with tears, passive-aggressive rejections, misbehavior, celebrity meltdowns and lots of great sex. What's NA without angsty sex?!

Anyway, CAPTIVATING BRIDGE is one captivating read. Michelle Mankin never fails to impress me with her almost lyrical writing style, she brings out the big guns on those momentous scenes to drive the emotions to your heart, bullseye, and all you can do is clutch your chest or cover your mouth to prevent yourself from exclaiming out loud. But despite the angst, she more than makes up for it by giving us heartwarming HEA's. Not only did War and Shayne find true love with each other, War also managed to reconcile with Tempest and more importantly, mend the bridge between him and Lace. I got teary eyed when War finally had the "talk" with both Bryan and Lace, it was so sincere I think if it played out in front of me, I would be bawling like a crazy fangirl.

Obviously I'm excited for the next one, I wonder if Tempest 4 is Dizzy's or someone else's. But I have this gnawing question which is reinforced by the article below, now that War is friendly with the band again, what's going to happen to Justin, the current frontman of Tempest and hero of Enticing Interlude?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 War makes me feel warm fuzzys <3 24 mai 2014
Par JC @ All is Read - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Warren Jinkins aka War is the alluring focus of the third book in the Tempest Series. After reading the first two books I knew War’s story was going to be a rough one. And Oh my god it was a doozy. My heart was shredded by this book. I don’t know how many times my heart physically ached while reading. It is by far my favorite out of the series to date.

When we are reintroduced to War he has lost everything, his friends, his band, his woman and his mom. War reaches his limit and is at a point where he feels like there is nothing left for him. That is until he meets Shaina a tiny irrational firecracker, that is insistent on helping War fight his demons. But Shaina is battling darkness of her own and soon realizes that maybe War is the key to saving herself as well.

There were so many amazing moments in this book. The touching moments between War and Shaina will melt you into a puddle of mushy gushy love. Mankin gives War such depth in character that you can’t help but feel for him with every fiber of your being. He is so broken yet redeemable, cruel but protective, hateful yet vulnerable. You can clearly feel the struggle of his character. My heart broke for him and every time he showed a vulnerability I fell in love with him even more.

I would also have to say that I am head over heels for Alex, Shaina’s close friend and I truly hope we get to see him more in future books. He was the ever loyal, every protective best friend. He loved and defended Shaina with all his being and it was such an added bonus to the storyline.

This was a fantastic read with all the right amounts of angst, heartache, and love. Another awesome book from Mankin!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This series keeps getting better and better... 31 mai 2014
Par The Pleasure of Reading Today - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
War made big mistakes in his life, mistakes he regrets and is shameful of. He hides behind a bad attitude but the truth is, he's just trying to protect himself from more hurt. He left his drug usage behind and now he's just struggling to survive, trying to get over the death of a mother who was never very "motherly" towards him, trying to get over the betrayal of his best friend and the girl he used to love, and trying to get out of a contract he's not happy with.Yes, he was portrayed under a very negative light in the previous books but in this one we see a much tender and 'human' side of War.

Shaina is the tween queen, on the outside she's a happy go lucky girl, on the inside she's trying to get over the death of her sister and the distance that her parents have put between them. She wants to leave the world she leaves in behind and start living the life she's suppose to.

Can these torture souls help each other and conquer their demons or will they crash and burn?

This series keeps getting better and better. This third book touches a few subjects that are very delicate (drugs, suicide, depression) and I think Michelle did an excellent job portraying them in a very caring and touching way. The interactions between War and Shaina are sweet and full of raw emotion. I can't even imagine what it would feel like to lost a sibling the way she did, it takes a very strong person to survive a situation like that and the way Shaina does it with help from War is just beautiful.

Same goes to the interactions between War and Bryan, real brotherhood at its best.

I would highly recommend this series and this book, while you can read this as a standalone book I would recommend that your read the first two book to get the whole back story.

Great job Michelle!!!
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Redemption for War, at last 30 mai 2014
Par Christina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Captivating Bridge is the third book in the Tempest series and is a spin-off of the Black Cat series. Each novel can be read as a standalone. I have previously read the first book in the series, Irresistible Refrain. While it is not necessary to read the books in order, I will admit that they will probably make more sense and be more meaningful if they are read in order.

Since I have not read the second book in the series, Enticing Interlude, yet, I can say that Captivating Bridge takes place after the events of Irresistible Refrain. Warren “War” Jinkins, the lead singer, has left Tempest after his fallout with lead guitarist and best friend Bryan “Bullet” Jackson, due to his relationship with Lace. It is in the first book that all of the relationships are established, so in order to understand just how important War’s actions are in the new book, it is best to have read the at least Enticing Interlude first.

War is on a mission to self-destruct. The embattled former front man of Tempest is attempting to get over the betrayal of his best friend and girlfriend, as well as the loss of his band. He’s unfulfilled as the lead for a new band, Zenith and the book opens with War ready to end it all by jumping off a bridge. If everything wasn’t bad enough, he loses his mother, his last known family.

Shaina is a teen sensation, who at twenty-one, is ready to shed her bubblegum image and prove to the world she’s not just the cute kid from the children’s cable channel. She’s on location filming in Seattle, when she comes across a hot guy ready to jump from a bridge. In order to get his attention, she is ready to jump right along with him. What happens thereafter can best be described as a connection of soul mates, as they work along a journey to find out why exactly it is they seem to “complete” (sorry, cheesy I know) each other. They’re each chasing demons from their pasts, but in order to move on to any kind of future, they need to shed them. Is it possible though that doing it together is the only way they’ll accomplish it? Or are they both so broken that there’s no fixing it?

My only issue, just like with the first book, was primarily with the setting itself, Seattle. To those not in the know it is probably not a big deal, however being a native, it just feels as though more research could have gone into the city itself, for instance, “Pike’s Place Market”. That’s a sure sign you’re not from around here. It’s Pike Place. Yes, it may be a little thing, but to locals, it’s huge. There were some things that to a layperson, they’d never know the difference, but to those in the know, it stands out (like I-405 bypassing Seattle completely).

I would give Captivating Bridge a solid four and a half stars. I definitely liked War a whole lot more in this book and his relationship with Shaina really seemed to come alive on the pages. I read a lot of rocker romance books and this one kind of had the best of all worlds. The broken bad boy, the bubblegum good girl, the circumstances and fall out of a relationship together…it was all believable, especially given the reality of people like Miley Cyrus in the world. Ms. Mankin certainly gave insight as to why Shaina herself was broken, and why War seemed to be just the glue to put her back together. Captivating Bridge is well written and kept me intrigued from beginning to end and I will definitely be going back to read the second book. I know I’m certainly ready for the next chapter in this story, too!
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