Between Wrath and Mercy (The Divine Between Series)

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Between Wrath and Mercy (The Divine Between Series)

Between Wrath and Mercy (The Divine Between Series)

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Though I'm not a mother, I felt with Emmeline and could clearly understand her actions and reactions. I mean it would've been annoying if she stayed mad at him for too long but what I mean to say is it felt like not much time has passed since she last saw them but the fact is almost two decades passed since then. I could relate to Emma so much more naturally than any other FMC I've read about in fantasy romance. Speaking of Rain, I don't know if I have ever met a more true blue, 100% all in, emotionally available, achingly vulnerable hero in a high fantasy novel than Rain.

Using one hand to grab the back of my neck, he pulled me up so I could watch where he moved, where our bodies met. The narration was really good, and I will listen to the be t book as I bought both before I started this one.

Also, on the subject of names: indulge me and please spend a minute thinking of your significant other. Pretty predictable, nothing that happened at the end that wasn't hard to figure out about 50% of the way through. As a mother, I would be sick every minute of the day, and I wish I got more of that from Em because it almost made it seem unrealistic. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. It's stunning how much of this book is comprised of angsty internal monologue and princess'ing by a 30-something mother.

Jess Wisecup is the debut-author of Between Wrath and Mercy, the first installment of the Divine Between Series. We get to see her adventures on the rescue, her 2nd chance love, the fact that she has a regular sized body or possibly plus sized (we don't know what size or weight, just that she is larger than when she last saw her ex, which obviously).We are introduced to lots of family and friends along the way and they are all strong and interesting characters in themselves, you want to know more about them and I’m sure in the following books I won’t be disappointed. Saying that, the last 25% of the book was really good and a great battle and a major cliffhanger too. After her daughter is kidnapped, Emmeline Highclere—a thirty-four-year-old mother living in isolation with memories and grief her only companion—must do everything in her limited power and divine abilities to get the girl back. There's nothing steamy or even "slow burn" when you have an incapacitated 34-year-old woman that continuously pushes a man SHE CLEARLY LOVES AND WANTS TO BANG ASAP away. while some of the story lines i felt like went on for a while, the continuation of conflicts made it not drag in a boring way.

Now, the other plot of this book about the mc's daughter and global politics was really interesting and was the primary focus of the beginning of the book. Rainier was ridden with restrained passion and longing and Emma was eaten up by guilt and grief of her twin's death. Now, he must decide: does he drop what he is doing to help Emmeline, or does he maintain his unwavering duty to the Crown? When he is visiting the estate that was once a second home to him, the woman who has long haunted his dreams and consumed his thoughts appears before him, asking for his help to find the child she had with another man.If my kid was kidnapped by an opposing party, in (almost) the beginning of a possible war, you bet your ass I'll be doing everything in my power to get her back. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. TBH, I'm not sure I have expected much given the names these unfortunate characters are burdened with. I am very appreciative when authors put work into side characters and Jess did a great job with them.

Second Chance romances are never given enough credit, but there’s always something achingly perfect about them. Plenty of diversity while describing people as people and not getting hung up on race or making it a hard point to prove anything. I understand she needed to heal and accept the love that was surrounding her and I love that journey for her. The lack of genuine obstacles seemed to be filled with Emmeline's thoughts about everything and everyone, including fish. Most books I've read that feature plus-size heroines—their insecurities about their figures is always highlighted.

Rainier and Emmaline are bad enough, but there is an honest-to-god character named Dewalt and I do not know how this slipped past the editors. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.

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