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The Girl Curves: Too Late for Truth (Romantic Suspense Novels) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Brian Barton

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Kind or sexy? Hardworking or desirous? Helpful or glamorous? Who’s really in control?

Mid has a normal life with a regular routine. She’s kind, but has the bad habit of putting others’ needs before her own. Her glamorous sister, Akari, couldn’t be more different: a young, sexy, media darling. What happens when both sisters fall for the same man?

Could you face the truth to find true love?

Does Akari want happiness for Mid or something more sinister? Find out what happens when family takes a back seat to the darkness of desire.

Get ready for romantic suspense with The Girl Curves. Click “Buy” above.

A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Please ignore my book reviews. A competing author is posting fake reviews of my books. These reviews always sound truthful and may even be done by reviewers with Real Name™ badges. Your satisfaction is my #1 priority. If you’re unhappy with your purchase, get a refund. All Kindle and print books are 100% refundable. Thank you. —B.B.

Brian Barton is a USA Today featured bestselling author. He believes in love and he believes that everyone deserves a love story. He writes romance and romantic suspense novels because he’s a romantic at heart. His books include Brooklyn Girls Don’t Cuddle and Lovely Flawed. Click his name at the top of this page to view all of his books.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 167 pages
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Brian Barton (@realbrianbarton) is a USA Today featured bestselling author.

I believe in love. I believe that everyone deserves a love story. I write novels because I'm a romantic at heart.

Ever since I was in college, I've studied human behavior. As a writer, I spend years researching subjects that interest me. I travel extensively and interview people, taking notes on what I learn. I read books and immerse myself in these subjects to understand them more fully. Then, I create stories based on my work. Finally, l write.

When I'm done, I work with artists to create book designs that capture my imagination. The result is fiction steeped in real life that I hope everyone will enjoy. Thanks for your support.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The month of love... 3 février 2014
Par Latoya Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I decided to purchase this one because of the steamy cover art. I'm glad I was not let down.

The truth about love and loving for some is the fact of not having enough time to put in to it. That requires a lot of energy, but imagine if you finally decide to put some energy aside for love only to find that you're competing with your sister.

I was floored to learn this and a bit turned off, but I continued to turn the pages to read because it's a compelling story. I wish it were a little longer, so perhaps there will be another book to follow up from where this left off. You will want to finish the story in a weekend - it's a good read.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Clearly Defined Characters and Exciting Turn of Events Makes For An Enjoyable Read 4 février 2014
Par Alex Post - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Almost everyone enjoys rooting for the underdogs and seeing them eventually win, especially when the odds are heavily against them. In The Girl Curves: Too Late For Truth, our protagonist is definitely an underdog. She is shy, quirky, and has low self esteem. In particular, Mid suffers from feelings of inferiority especially when compared to her younger, more successful sister Akari. To make matters worse, Akari doesn't do anything to dispel these feelings that Mid has and seems to enjoy reinforcing them by lording her money and success over her sister.

This creates a nice start for an addictive romance novel. We learn to quickly dislike Akari, whose actions toward Mid are often malicious and demeaning. All things change, however, when a handsome pilot named Aaron enters their lives. Akari is used to getting everything she wants, including men, but Aaron is only interested in Mid. This creates a rivalry between the two sisters that threatens to reach a boiling point as Mid regains her self confidence and begins to see herself in a new light. The question, of course, is how far Akari will go to exert her influence over Mid once again.

One of the things I enjoyed about this novel was the characters. Too often novelists create main and secondary characters who don't seem to have any real purpose or goals. This is especially true in popular fiction where characters are often dull or one-dimensional. In The Girl Curves, however, from the very start we understand the dynamics of the relationships between these people and see that each one of them are individuals with unique personalities and perspectives. This creates a much more satisfying read, especially after conflict is introduced.

That isn't to say the story itself isn't also satisfying. Again, seeing Mid's transformation from a meek, long-suffering, and lonely person into a more self assured, assertive woman who finds true love is definitely an easy enough story to like. When the spiteful Akari sees her control over Mid slipping away, it is one of the more savory parts of the story, as it is the central conflict of the novel.

Overall, Girl Curves is a quick, enjoyable novel that sets itself apart from other works in the genre by virtue of having a well-liked protagonist, interesting well-defined characters, and an exciting story with just the right amount of suspense to compliment the romance without overpowering it. If you're looking for a short but thoroughly entertaining read, then I'd certainly recommend this title.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Weirdly confusing 30 janvier 2015
Par Lucie le Blanc - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Weirdly, this author is asking us to ignore his books' reviews. Since the only 1 star review he has for this book is the only one I found truthful, and since it's respectful and constructive, it should really not be ignored. Since I'm not an author, my only reason for writing this review is for constructive purposes. I, too, am happy I got this book for free. I read the first 2 chapters and couldn't stand to read more. I think the topic is interesting but has been clumsily rendered.

The most annoying thing, IMO, is how the verbs switch from past to present tense. The descriptive parts in present tense feel added as an afterthought and read more like a synopsis than a story. The flow of the story is quite confusing and jerky. Also, the characters have really weird ways to interact with other characters. We expect them to act in a normal human way, but their reactions don't seem realistic or natural.

I would suggest this author finds himself a group of impartial betareaders and a good editor. And that he listens to them. They probably would have made him rethink this unfortunate book title: I can't figure out if "Curves" is a noun or a verb, since neither make sense.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 My 1st 1 star review 30 juin 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I'm not sure I read the same book the other reviewers did. I'm thankful it was a freebie at the time when I added it last month to my kindle. If I'd paid for it I most definitely would have asked for a refund like the author's note states it would do in the synopsis section. That was an odd note to add.
I kept reading as much as I could stand. I kept waiting for a flow and better structured story, but it never came.

This book reads to me like less than a rough draft. It's kind of a jump around book and is just missing a whole lot of depth. The synopsis didn't match what little feel I could get from this book.

I just found it all so bizarre from chapter structure, the way the characters interacted, the poor attempt to transition timeline and scenary wise, and just their varied use of slang and terms of endearment that didn't fit the character. It was all just odd.

I think maybe go back to an editor who can take this book to a more tolerable reading experience. It has a good chance at redemption if it was properly edited and structured.

2 sisters, 1 homely and self loathing, 1 a decade younger, "pretty", and successful. Both have interest in the same guy, but 1 sister is sincerely interested while the other just seems to like the guy to spite the sister. Now that sounds like a book I could get carried away with, but only if it was structured, flowed, and explored more with clearer character definition and speech.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice romantic suspense Kindle book 13 mars 2014
Par Maxine Renn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I loved this book! Bought it because of the gorgeous cover, really liked the story.

One of the many things I liked about it was that it was a story about Los Angeles...by an author who actually KNOWS Los Angeles! Living in L.A., I find that these books often don't get all of the details right, but this one definitely did. From the freeways to Zuma to the outlandish personalities, The Girl Curves really captured my fair city. Loved all of the luxury car action, the glamour, the back-stabbing! This book was more complex and fun than a soap opera. Actually stayed up late reading this one; I couldn't wait to find out what happened next.

Immediately, I really identified with Mid and wanted to see her have a happy ending. Also really enjoyed Aaron's character. I, too, have a thing for pilots! ;-) Then there's Miss Akari...Akari is the best villain ever — you love to hate her. And, sadly, I've met some women like her in L.A.!

The only drawback was that I don't see the sequel online yet. Really want to find out what happens next!
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