This Is Love High Quality Free EPUB PDF By Kennedy Fox
Inevitable Ella, Book 2 of the Triple Trouble series, was about Ella Wallace, one of the Wallace Triplets, and Fraser Farmer, a pro-golfer.Ella and Fraser had a long history, dating back to high school. Ella had been in love with him from the age of thirteen (he had been fifteen). Fraser had left Scotland for America to pursue a golfing career, and the two of them managed to hold on to a long-distance relationship...that is, until Ella's 21st birthday when Fraser broke up with her over the phone. A few weeks later, she learned that he had married another woman and, soon after that, had a son with her. Ella never got over him. Seven years had passed before Fraser returned...and informed her he had never stopped loving her, that his life was not his own...and that he couldn't tell her what had happened for him to marry someone else, other than that he had been forced to stay away from Ella. No further explanation was given for his defection all those years ago.Ten months passed after Ella's encounter with Fraser at the Winner's Ball where he confessed his undying love...even though he was still married to another woman...and walked away yet again because of the futility of that love. Ella, her sister, Eva, and their parents all stepped in to help her other sister, Eden, and husband Hunter, with their brand new triplet sons. On one of the nights when it was Ella's turn to help, she was surprised by the arrival of Fraser. Upon seeing each other (and Fraser being introduced to Ella's current beau), Fraser quietly informed her he would not be married for much longer, though they were interrupted before he could explain further. During the family dinner, Ella mentioned his wife, who he immediately said would soon be his ex-wife, and that the child everyone knew about wasn't his son...shocking everyone. However, when confronted with his constant revelations, Fraser repeatedly spouts that he can't (not won't...can't) tell her more, which to any decent reader worth their salt, was bullschtick...but expected. The main two things that stuck out the most to Ella were that: 1) Frasier said "annulment" and that he had never been with his wife "in that way" and, 2) the child everyone thought was his...wasn't. She had never been more confused. Late that night, they fell into bed together, only for her to disappear before Fraser woke up. Hunter, who knew what was going on with him, encouraged Fraser to tell Ella the truth about their past, and what was about to happen in the present, though Fraser wasn't so sure he could...or should...for fear of losing her...although did he even truly HAVE her?Side Note: For the record, no, I do not condone Fraser and Ella sleeping together while Fraser was still married. Cheating is cheating.Fraser confronted Ella the next day and told her (not asked...told her) to be ready that night because he was finally going to fill her in on what had been going on in his life for the past seven years that they had been apart. And he did...the whole, ugly, pitiful truth.Second Side Note: In the telling of his story, the one thing that Fraser shared with Ella that I (and I think Ella herself) could not accept was that in the seven years he was married to another woman, he wasn't faithful to her...even though he had told Ella at the winter ball he had never cheated on his wife...he actually had, and his wife had been aware of the fact...that he used an escort service to "take care of his needs" rather than turning to his wife.There were plenty of things wrong with this entire plot, and most of them didn't sit well with this particular reader. Unfortunately, I had just finished another story a week before picking up this book...and they were eerily alike. Both stories had the MMC betraying the FMC by breaking their hearts and marrying another woman. Both other women had birthed a child that did not belong to either of the MMCs of their respective books. Both stories had the MMC return seven years later and want to be forgiven and accepted back. Both stories had the other woman thought of as "innocent victims" of their atrocious fathers...along with the MMCs. The other story had the "innocent other woman" turn around and betray the MMC in the end. Will THIS "other innocent woman" do the same thing to THIS MMC?When Fraser was informing Ella about his upcoming schedule, and how it would lead up to his inevitable separation from his wife, she noticed he never mentioned how things would affect HER...or that he how he would return to be with HER after leaving his wife. He only mentioned his mother and stepson...not Ella herself. Very telling.From that point on, the drama and angst began to hit overdrive and took off unrestrained. And the punches just kept rolling. The angst and drama were off the charts with this story, and the twists and turns were seemingly unending. There were quite a few surprises, some events that weren't as shocking as others, and it was a rocky rollercoaster ride right up to the very end.The emotions were all over the place, touching just about every emotion a person can feel. At times you'd feel like throwing the book across the room in frustration and anger, while at other moments, you'd be blowing your nose and dashing away the tears.The characters were all well-developed and mature, with the two main characters being the best Hero and Heroine you could hope for...even when you wanted to reach out and smack one or the other of them upside the back of their head. Some of them were quite a pleasant surprise because, at first you'd think you're going to hate them, but in fact, you end up liking them. The opposite was true for some of the others characters. You'd think they were likable, and you end up detecting them. By the end of the story, the emotional tug-of-war will have you falling back in your seat and fanning yourself to keep from fainting...it's that emotional. The book did need a bit of tweaking here and there, but for the most part, it was very well written. The author could have ended the story a good ten or twelve chapters sooner by leaving out the excessive fluff. There were times it dragged on or was a bit too repetitive, making the story feel somewhat heavy and bogged down. Some information that was mentioned multiple times could have been narrowed down or even left out entirely. But for all that, the book definitely earned a five-star rating and a place in my Keeper for the Shelves collection.
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