From USA Today Bestselling Author Grahame Claire comes a friends to lovers story of hope and redemption.
I don't date.
And I intended to keep it that way.
But to save my best friends' relationship, I agreed to three with the man I secretly long for.
He doesn't know why we can't be. That chancing a relationship would bring everything crashing down around us.
Whatever he makes me feel is irrelevant. Wherever he thinks this may lead, he's wrong.
That's all I have to survive before I can put him back where he belongs . . .
At arm's length.
That's how long I've waited for her.
Now I've got three shots to convince her what I've known all along . . .
We belong together.
Despite all of my determination, each new revelation seems to pull us apart.
With everything stacked against us, we may not even make it to date three, let alone forever.
Read the complete Paths To Love Series from USA Today Bestselling Author Grahame Claire now:
It's Not Over
Righting Our Wrongs
Thick As Thieves
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“Three dates” (Paths 2) by Grahame Claire
I’m 12% into the story and it’s very slow going. I’m not feeling a connection for any of the characters. Muriella seems quite selfish and I don’t get why Stone is so attracted to her. I don’t like her much. 20% into the story and I’m kind of bored. This second book just doesn’t have the same intensity or pizzazz as the first book. Why did Muriella never seek counselling? This story is very slow moving. I can’t see how Muriella managed NOT to have her photo in the media especially if she hangs out with Daniel and goes to big charity events. Muriella is seriously gonna pull a Daniel? Dumb. How can Muriella be so naive to think SHE can be the one to end her father? The first time Muriella meets Stone’s family and he had a conversation with each person BEFORE he even introduces her??? The ending to Juan and losing the ranch is too pat.
I’m not sure why I was so disappointed in this book. Perhaps because I read it right on the heels of the VERY impressive first book? Book 2 only picked up around 65% through the story.