Thursday, 21 January 2016

Review ~ The Belonging Duet by Corinne Michaels

Beloved (Belonging, #1)
Ebook downloaded for free via Amazon

Release Date: May 28th 2014

Publisher: Slef-published

Catherine Pope has never been enough.
She repeatedly let’s men in—only to be left broken.

Then Catherine met Jackson Cole.

Jackson makes her feel alive, desirable, and consumes her with a fierceness she’s never known.
But Jackson struggles with his own past. His training as a Navy SEAL never prepared him for the battle to win her heart. He’s different, honorable, and worth the chance…but he must prove it.

If she gives him what’s left of her heart—will he protect it? Will she get the one thing that has always evaded her – to finally be someone’s beloved?

My Opinion

This was another great read. For some reason I didn't notice I'd downloaded the ebook of this for free and started with the Consolation Duet. While that didn't impact my understanding at all, it did give away some of of the story in this book. However, that didn't make Belonging any less enjoyable or engaging. I loved watching Jackson and Catherine's story unfold to see how they got to the point in Natalie and Liam's story and I've already one-clicked book 2.


Beholden (Belonging, #2)
Ebook purchased by myself

Release Date:

Publisher: Self-published

Catherine Pope got a second chance at love, only to have it ripped away—again. She should’ve known better.
But she dared to hope.
She refuses to let fate take the reins this time. Catherine decides she’s going to fight.

Jackson Cole risked it all.
He thought this time would be different.
With his loyalties pulling him in two directions—it’s time to make a choice…his past or his future.

Will they be beholden to their fears or will they both fight against their demons and finally find the love they both long for?

My Opinion

I've really enjoyed all of the books in this series. I do wish I'd read this duet first because I think it would have had more shock value and twists, but I still enjoyed watching Catherine and Jackson find each other. There were moments that made me smile, broke my heart, but in the end it was just a great read with characters I loved.


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