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FREE PDF Ô BOOK Updrift By Errin Stevens · ERRIN STEVENS Ø [Ebook] ➤ Updrift By Errin Stevens – Gwairsoft.co.uk For Kate Sweeting love isn’t in the air It’s in the waterSince her father died Kate Sweeting’s home life has been in the pits her well being on life support Her future looks desolate unIbrarian bachelorette and Kate can figure out what’s up with that secretive Blake family from the beachEveryone is eerily captivated with Kate and her mother and Cara is the first to figure out why when the man of her dreams arrives all dripping and devoted and closed mouthed about what he intends Kate is willing to go along with their Want to see bookish things from me Check out my YouTube Channel Stars VIDEO REVIEW the passing of Kate Sweeting's father when she was 3 her mother Cara has never been the same They decide to move from Kansas down to the shores where they meet the mysterious Blake family After a many years of living down at the shores Cara finds the man of her dreams Kate is happy for her mother's new found happiness but after a while she feels that her mother is hiding things from her and she wants to get to the bottom of it Kate immediately turns to the mysterious Blake family for answers but no one will give her any That is until Gabe Blake her lifelong friend brings her into his world a world full of sirens and mermaids But Kate is in danger and its going to take everything in her to make it home to her family before everything changes I found the book to be to slow paced for me at the beginning but by the last 100 pages it became interesting Once the action started I did enjoy the story a lot I loved the mother daughter relationship between Cara and Kate it was very easy to feel the love between the two I also found the book a little confusing until things began to be revealed about half way through the book I like how the book was broken into 3 separate parts Part One focused on the back story of Kate and Gabe meeting part 2 turned to the romance and part 3 focused on the mystery and suspense of the novel I really liked Peter's character and thought that his character was very well done I really liked the ending of the novel because I didn't see the ending coming at all which was very refreshing I liked how the author chose to create her own 'rules' for the Siren community that I haven't seen in other mermaid stories I liked learning all the things that the Sirens were able to do and the different ceremonies and values they held It was refreshing and an interesting new take on the mythical creature One complaint I have is the dialogue I found it to be annoying how often the characters used each other's names to address each other because in my opinion this does not occur in every day life in the real world This is a personal preference and it may not bother other people as much as it bothers me Otherwise I did enjoy the characters and how they grew up through out the story PLUS NO INSTA LOVE HURRAH I received this book as part of a vlog tour in exchange for my honest opinion

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Subterfuge for a while but eventually makes a charge for the water to learn what her mother is hiding Gabe Blake is there waiting for herand so is someone considerably less friendly By the time Kate navigates her way home everything will have changed for her what she feels what she wants and what she’ll risk to be with the man she loves I'm deciding to DNF this one because there are just so many problems with it that I'm struggling now to continue on Let's start with the writing There is so much TELLING Like it's mostly the narrator prattling off a list of stuff that's happening The POV is third person but switches who he focus is at random increments and introduces new character focuses 13 of the way thru the bookThe pacing was just awful In the beginning I never could figure out what age the characters were when stuff was happening And there would be a time skip and I couldn't tell how much time had passed I got really frustrated Boy tells girl he is a mermaid and she just giggles and says I always wanted to date a mermanAt about 40% of the way thru the book the girl MC and the boy MC have been made to wait for each other without seeing each other but once and very little interaction thru two years of high school and two of college The boy says he NEEDS to see the girl and she just drives on down and tells him she has always loved him ROLLS EYES He explains that when his family does this thing where they hold your hand against their hearts and the other hands' wrist they are checking if you are ovulating and she is and he loves her so it's time to put a baby in her Kate says okay we will figure it out I am on the floor in disbelief He says it could be twins That would be nice UM NOO Then after lovemaking he casually slides in that they are going to medical school together But she already has a degree and a job as a job journalist Like he is just making decisions for her I couldn't do it Nope no thank you

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Updrift By Errin SteveFor Kate Sweeting love isn’t in the air It’s in the waterSince her father died Kate Sweeting’s home life has been in the pits her well being on life support Her future looks desolate until she and her mother Cara make another plan abandon their shriveled existence for promising prospects on the coast where Cara can play small town l Overall Rate 4Performance Rate 5Story Rate 4This book is going to be hard to review Not because I disliked it on the contrary I think it's fantastic but it is so good that I don't want to ruin any of it with spoilers Oh well here goesAfter the death of her husband Cara decides to move with her daughter Kate to become a librarian in a small coastal town They find contentment there and make some good friends including the mysterious Blake family Cara falls in love with John they marry and Kate is happy for her mother and really likes her new family set up Her sadness is that she knows her mother step father and her friend and childhood love Gabe Blake are keeping her in the dark over somethingUpdrift is a really gripping tale even though there are a couple of lulls at times they are necessary to the story and not boring but the narration maintains energy throughout these areas The characters are mostly likeable  though I did find myself feeling frustrated with them at times for Kate Their secrecy is necessary and the reason for this becomes clear about halfway through the storyThis is where the story really gains pace and adventure and it is also where I stop talking about what is happening no spoilers from here on outSome stories work wonderfully in audiobook format this is definitely one of those booksLets focus on the Narration and writing as the final part of this reviewErrin Stevens writes with such flair and a wealth of imagination Parts of the story reflect real world day to day problems while other parts are fantasy and they are merged seamlesslyThe narrator Sean Posvistak is absolutely fantastic He blends characters talking along with the storytelling without any awkward pauses It felt like he was reading to me and acting out the narrative at the same timeI received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions The tour is being sponsored by Errin Stevens The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it