The Destiny of Violet & Luke
Publish date: July 1st 2014
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: The Coincidence (#3)
I preferred The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden and The Redemption of Callie & Kayden, but this was still a really good book. I loved how dark it got in places and the ending did leave me excited to continue reading.I will admit, I'm not sure about these two as a couple right now. Both of them have s...
En la sección donde dice los géneros de este libro dice que es dark, y pues sí...Esto tiene que ser la historia mas deprimente jamas creada. Leí 54% y perdí el interés porque es una cadena de tragedias, con un montón de personajes desequilibrados. Así que salte hasta el capitulo final para ver si al...
This is the third book in the Coincidence series by Jessica Sorensen and it follows Kayden’s best friend Luke and Callie’s college roommate Violet as they fumble their way to that happily for now. Only because this is a Jessica Sorensen, shit didn’t get resolved in this book because there’s going t...
I do not recall Kayden and Callie being the way they’re portrayed in this one—all lovey-dovey and crap; I cannot say it’s a portrayal I enjoyed. That said, the two leads in this one are a throwback to what got me started with this author to begin with. As with K and C, despite all the sads both lead...
I… I… Just wow… Let me say that this book was ridiculously emotionally draining. Like watching a train derailment in progress and knowing there isn’t a damn thing you can do to stop it. The Destiny of Violet and Luke is part of the Coincidence series but this time its obviously about Violet ...