Return to Sender
Publish date: March 28th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
I didn't like the execution style the authors took with this book. I was getting the present and past mixed up and I just wanted the author to get to the heart of the story. Emerson just came off as a whiner to me too. The first couple of chapters all he does it mope and cry. Maybe I wasn't in the r...
Now...then...now...then...now...then....drama, drama, whine, whine.
At the beginning Return to Sender was a harder book to get into than I had anticipated mostly because it bounced around in the time line and as a result at times I started to feel a bit of a disconnect to the characters because I would suddenly realize that I had gone from a scene occuring in the pr...
I read some other reviews of this before I finished, and I have to agree that for a long time it was just mopey, whiney boys who were in love but would never say anything, and a lot of the drama seemed blown out of proportion. But I still liked the characters, and I felt that this helped make their ...
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