Sunday, November 12, 2017

He Loves Me...KNOTHe Loves Me...KNOT by R.C. Boldt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As soon as I started He Loves Me...Knot I noticed that the characters, Becket, Emma Jane, Knox and Wells were all interesting, colorful and very well-developed. I received a copy from Barclay Publicity in exchange for an honest review. The story opens with the wedding of Emma Jane and Knox focusing on Emma Jane as she skips out on her own wedding and where she ends up, who she meets and then skips to 8 years in the future. This really works well for the story because it alternates between how Emma Jane and Knox met and moves forward and current here current life as Knox is again apart of that life.

During the story that follows the current part of Emma Jane and Knox's story the reader gets to know them better as adults and see how they have grown as people. Without giving anything away this is really important to the story as the way it opens has a direct impact on how the reader interprets Emma Jane and her possible motives for walking away from her fiance especially in the way it was done. He Loves Me Knot has a good flow, stays interesting and continuously engages the reader. The reader stays invested in wanting to discover why Emma Jane left her fiance at the wedding, why she has the relationship she has with her father and most of all should she end up with Knox. The reader loves Becket. We do not know his story yet, but, he is the most colorful of all of the characters in the story. One of the most intriguing things about He Loves Me Knot is why Becket and Emma Jane are only friends. It drives part of the story and at times was the most engaging part of the story for me. I look forward to reading Becket's story. T

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