Looking forward to Book Two of this unforgettable trilogy?

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Re: Looking forward to Book Two of this unforgettable trilogy?

Post by eBookreviewer » 02 Feb 2018, 06:13

It failed in the end so probably no.

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Post by ktom » 17 Feb 2018, 19:45

I probably won't read the next book in the series due to the large amounts of unnecessary sex in the first book, but if the author reads the reviews, and decides to scale it down a bit going forward, I would be open to it.

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Post by ASB_1 » 18 Feb 2018, 13:46

I don’t think that’s a good idea because I didn’t find it worth it to expand the story to such an extent after all the end a bit disappointing.
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Post by Arrigo_Lupori » 20 Feb 2018, 09:17

Unfortunately, serieses discourage me quite a bit. I might have to pass on this one.
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Post by Lennycat » 20 Feb 2018, 09:22

I'm not sure that I would read a second book in this series. For me, I would like to see more movement of the plot and have the sex scenes toned down a bit.

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Post by Sorchadorcha » 22 Feb 2018, 12:39

I usually finish a series as I'm always dying to find out what happens to the characters. However, I'll be skipping any explicit scenes featured in the next installment as they did nothing to further the plot.
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Post by Tars » 22 Feb 2018, 15:28

I was somewhat disappointed with book two, because, in my opinion, there was too little actual story and too many sex scenes. Still I will read the next one, since I really like to know what happens next.

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Post by KRay93 » 07 Apr 2018, 13:59

Not really. I liked the premise and the beginning, but the plot deviated too much from what I was expecting. I would have liked some more focus on the future and the nature of the 30th century conflict. While I'd like to know what will happen when Jennifer tells Marty about her true identity, that's just not enough for me to consider reading a sequel.

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Post by Nmesoma » 17 Jun 2018, 02:41

I'll check it out but it's definitely not one of those books I'll hold my breath for.

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Post by Aniza Butt » 24 Mar 2019, 02:50

Not at all. Book 1 bored me to death so can't think of reading another such book.
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Post by Nisha Ward » 03 May 2019, 15:02

Oddly, yes. I'd like to know more about Jenny, if nothing else.
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Post by leiabutler » 16 Jun 2019, 15:18

Although I know the second book would explore more of the actual storyline, I would not read it because of how disappointing the first one was.

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Post by Tiffanyli » 18 Jun 2019, 17:04

I am not planning to read the sequel and it's definitely something I wouldn't recommend to others. If the next book actually worked more on plot and character development instead of all the random sex scenes I would think about it.

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