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The story managed to capture my attention span which quite a few books failed to do lately. The focus was the evil disease of cancer. Haddie was so taken over by first the devastation it left on her family and the effects it left on family and friends as with what happened to her brother-in-law. Then her battle to face it. As a result I found very very few things to like about her. Yes. I understand her situation, but the lies on top of lies in an effort to separate herself from others and in particular from Beck got to me. I got the impression all she cared about was escape into sex and it did not matter with whom either) . To me, Beck was too good for her. She came off as a selfish bitch. I did not feel the love between them. It was just sexual chemistry.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Slow Burn to be better than the print version?
Yes, I am so glad I have the audio edition. The emotion in Haddie's voice just tour at your heart. I have never cried so much over one book before.
What other book might you compare Slow Burn to and why?
From the books I have read this book stands out and addresses an issue that should be out and all of the sorrow, pain, and love makes this book powerful
What does Kelly Ashton and Abel Cantwell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Kelly & Abel bring the emotion to the surface, I probably would never have finished the book because it is really hard to read through tears.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Time is precious, waste it wisely
Any additional comments?
I loved the Driven series and I am so glad we got a look at Becks and Haddie love the all.
Thank you for your talant and writing a beautiful and emotional story.
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