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Book 1 of 3 in the Smith Sister's Trilogy Series.

Book 1 of 3 in the Smith Sister's Trilogy Series.

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To my mom who always told me to never give up on my dreams, and to my brother who has always taught me to dream big. Chapter One.

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Kristen Smith enjoys working with children and her lifelong dream of opening her own childcare center has finally come true. Everything couldn't be more perfect until her high school sweetheart walks through the front door with his son. Randy Stroud was the one that she'd never gotten over. She never understood why he ended their relationship but it was obvious that he had moved on, and she was more than willing to pretend that she had. But Randy can't let Kristen go again now that he has her back. Will he be able to convince her that it is better late than never?

Comments: (7)

Ann
I was disappointed with this read. I think the storyline was a really good idea but it feels more like a story outline than a fully developed novel. Like some of the other reviewers I was somewhat distracted by the spelling and grammatical errors. I felt that the characters were not very well developed. The limited tension in the story appeared contrived and did not flow naturally. The story and the characters were one dimensional. There was little two really draw you to any character and make you fall in love with them. There are also quite a few inconsistencies in the book - some obvious ones and some not so obvious ones, like what feels like Kristen's overreaction to simple situations. Or her inconsistent logic - but I can't go into too mush detail without spoiling some of the story.

I believe the idea showed potential but the author was not well served by her editors. While billed as a multiracial story there was nothing in the story that really brought that out - it was pretty irrelevant to the plot, which may be a good thing - except that if it is irrelevant to the storyline don't mention it.

I will say this the author can write a good love scene. There are quite a few of them and they were pretty good. Also she set up a series quite well - the ground work was nicely laid. I believe this may be her first published work and I would not write her off, she shows promise. With a better editor, an open mind and a willingness to do a little more she could be quite good.
Tane
The story line was okay, but I got confused a lot when the story would jump from one part to another part; it didn't have a continuous feel to it. For example, in the beginning of the story Kristen is mad at Randy and the next chapter says she is having dinner with him at his parents house. How did this happen, when did he ask her, and how did he convince her to go? I swear I went back over the story to see if I missed Randy asking Kristen to dinner at his parents. Don't worry I didn't. And that was a big mistake on the authors part especially when the story line is all about her pain of their break up. There should have been more to that part of the story. Other than that I really liked the characters and the plot, I just wish the author would have did more with it.
Brol
The concept of triplets on top of BWWM relationship intrigued me...but this one fell far short of expectations. It never developed. This story could've benefitted from a good editor, who could've corrected gramatical erros, cut pointless text (how many times does Kristen 'go upstairs, take a shower, and go to bed grasping her teddy bear')? The story had no real development of plot, no umph, no real conflict despite potential (Triplets causing confusion in the who's who department would've been fun, and the ex-woman called towards the end to start trouble, but was never even brought on site). Why bother? And after 127 pages (at least in my size book... I didnt' realize it was so short) the only resolution was that they would try to move forward in their relationship, expecting to marry one day.

This seems like a draft of a book, a concept that needs much work. Would not recommend this effort... needs more work.
Dandr
The book was a true page turner! I really enjoyed reading the book and seeing the romance unfold bit by bit. I was so into the book that I could not put the book down. It was a great read in my opinion....true romance! Also, it does not hurt when the man is beautiful too!!! What a good read!!!!

Highly recommend the book to anyone that would enjoy a love romance book! Beware, it will keep you up all night reading it though!!! Truly worth every minute!!!!!

Enjoyed every page of the book!!!
Zodama
I really had high hopes for this book. However, after reading the first 10 pages of this story, I knew that I had wasted my money. The characters are flat and one dimensional. The plot is rushed and the pacing of this book is horrible. I hate to start a book and not finish it, but I actually threw this one away after forcing myself to read the 1st half. I love interracial novels, but I'm so disappointed that I wasted my money on this one!
Tekasa
excellent read
Gavikelv
I read this book from cover to cover. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading.
This author does not have command of the English Language. I would love a refund. I wanted to like this book but the errors in grammar would not allow me to read an entire page in one setting. Save your money.
Better Late Than Never  (The Smith Sister's Trilogy - Book 1) download epub
United States
Author: Stephanie Morris
ISBN: 193534840X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Amira Press (May 22, 2009)
Pages: 132 pages