Full of romance, intrigue, emotion and passion, Silver Dove is the concluding part to Craig and Amber’s story that began in Silver Lining.
After the chaos of their early relationship and with their history of broken pasts behind them, Craig and Amber prepare to say ‘I Do’ on their Happily Ever After.
Life rarely runs to plan though.
Amber has fought long and hard to bury her fears and become a stronger person, but when old feelings resurface and tragedy strikes, it takes an intervention from Craig to prove her doubts are unfounded and to believe in love and hope.
Just when they think they are at a point where they can be happy and move forward together, the pair find themselves fighting obstacles and difficulties that will truly test the strength of their bond.
Can Amber gather the strength to fight against the forces trying to destroy her? Will Craig keep his promises of remaining truthful? As a couple are they tough enough to battle through these turbulent times and emerge stronger than ever?
I had really high expectations of this book when I opened the pages as the first book in the series was a five star book for me. But this second book in the series, just lost something for me. It wasn’t that I didn’t like it, I did. I was happy to see the outcome of everything that Amber and Craig went through in the first book, I just had a bit of a harder time getting through this one.
It is a great story and it is a very touching and moving. But here was my big sticking point, it was a whole lot of sad. I don’t mind sadness in books, in fact, I love a big ol’ ugly cry every now and then, but this second book just seemed to start on such a sad note and once you thing that sadness will subside, another sad moment hits. Amber and Craig just weren’t going to catch a break in this book.
One thing I absolutely loved about this book was Craig. He was a bit alpha but more so, he was strong, supportive and full of kindness and compassion where Amber was concerned. It was really moving to see how much he was willing to do for the woman he loved.
I love his mom and I adored Amber’s best friend. Amber was a little grating on my nerves because of her continued darkness in this book. Of course, Jenny was the only one that I wanted to slap the crap out of, but that was to be expected after everything that happened in the first book.
I enjoyed the writing and the continued story. Amber and Craig caught my attention in the first book and I was so excited to return to their story in the second. Yes, I had issues with the amount of sadness in this book, but in the end this book just touched my heart and I loved Craig. If you read the first book in the series, I would recommend this one. If you missed Silver Lining, I would say, read that one and if you fall in love with the characters stop back for more of their story here!
EJ Shortall was born and raised in London, England where she currently still lives with her teenage son.
Having worked in education for the better part of 12 years, EJ decided a change was needed and, following a moment of inspiration, she decided to put pen to paper and start writing her first novel, Silver Lining. Not content with just the one, she continued with book two and hopes to write many more.
She has always enjoyed reading, but found it was mostly just a holiday extravagance. Then she discovered a certain worldwide best seller, and that was it she was hooked. Reading quickly became an obsession and she couldn’t devour books fast enough. The books on her shelves and reading device range from sweet, Young Adult romances, to smoldering erotic encounters.
Aside from reading and writing, EJ also enjoys amateur photography and cake decorating.
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