• Title: Learning to live
  • Author: D.E. Kermon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Learning to live One party one hello one ride and I m his I cover myself in colour to camouflage the beige on the outside I m the girl you don t take home to mother My camouflage worked well until him Yesterday I
    One party, one hello, one ride, and I m his.I cover myself in colour to camouflage the beige, on the outside I m the girl you don t take home to mother My camouflage worked well until him.Yesterday I was comfortably numb, a nothing girl, today I m alive.A chance trip to the emerald isle changes her world forever.Beth s been comfortably numb for as long as she can remembOne party, one hello, one ride, and I m his.I cover myself in colour to camouflage the beige, on the outside I m the girl you don t take home to mother My camouflage worked well until him.Yesterday I was comfortably numb, a nothing girl, today I m alive.A chance trip to the emerald isle changes her world forever.Beth s been comfortably numb for as long as she can remember She doesn t need love she doesn t want it Raised to believe she s worthless, she walks through life, one safe step at a time, closed off to everyone apart from her best friend Immersing herself in her job as a palliative nurse has been a great way to avoid life, but when he forces his way in, she spirals into a world of colour and light, suddenly feeling everything.But what happens when you start to feel things, when you let people in Can she let the happiness he s offering in, or is she destined to always be a nothing girl

    One Reply to “Learning to live”

    1. DNF at 9% when the SPaG errors became too intrusive. The formatting was poor as well, leading to confusion as to who was speaking at times. I found the premise scarcely believable - Mrs Baker has booked a spa break in Dublin, but gives the tickets away because her brother who was 84 dies? So, questions:Firstly: Not one ticket, but two, So who was going to go with Mrs Baker in the first place? Secondly: How old is Mrs Baker? I assume she must also be at least 75 if not older. Wouldn't she have th [...]

    2. First off let me start off by asking, where can I get me a Todd? I love him, just the right amount of cocky and dominant to make for a great leading man.Beth is described as a girl who has gone through so many things that have had a negative effect on her. I expected her to be very submissive and to have such low self esteem. In reality she does question her self worth, but she's all sass and she stands up for her self too. She's a filthy mouthed doc martens wearing rocker chick, which I loved. [...]

    3. In the beginning of Nothing Girl, we are introduced to Beth. A pint sized spitfire who seems to be turning more than a few men’s heads, despite her reluctance to date. She has sworn off men for good reasons, but it seems as though the sky has suddenly opened up and started raining them down in spades. The main man in her life, Grady, is the token gay friend. They live together, and have almost a sort of co-dependent relationship that reminded me a little of Stephen and Bianca from the Up in th [...]

    4. Well well well. I love when you receive an arc for a new novel with a new author and it blows you away. This was THAT STORY I was Sucked in from the 1st page.Beth has a simple life a palliative care nurse that lives with her best friend Grady. His gay love for Beth is not only heartwarming but loving. The pair are like family the only family each other has.One weekend away at a spa changes everything. After using her nursing skills to help a woman having a seizure she meets JJ owner of the spa/ [...]

    5. Nothing Girl began as a fun read and quickly sucked me into its pages causing me to ignore my responsibilities to read just one more page, OK, just one more chapter.The author has a talent for writing tensiond sex scenesd tense sex scenes. I am still blushing from the thrill ride.I love the character build up, I felt like Grady was my friend, that Beth was that girl we all know who is broken on the inside but sassy and strong and defiant to the world. The build up in the relationship, the exchan [...]

    6. Beth has a well ordered life and love isn't a factor. She has learned over the years that people always leave so she chooses to avoid relationships all together. The one relationship she does maintain is her best friend Grady and also the one person she considers family. When they get to take a weekend trip to a resort in Ireland, she doesn't expect to meet J.J. She lets herself actually enjoy a date with him. Then, Todd enters her life and she finds a comfort she never knew existed. Can she let [...]

    7. It was a lovely reading, it's a good book, it's interesting and at first I have my doubts about the characters because Beth's characters at the beginning it didn't convince me, but as I kept reading it turns out she's a nice girl with insecurities and fears but she really tries to feel secure and more confidentThe relationship with Todd is insta-love and although I'm not a fan of those relationships I guess it works because Todd is sexy and handsome and I like a possessive manWhat will happen wi [...]

    8. Ok first warning if editing bugs you be warned had some issues. But I'm not bugged by that. It's a great story and had me loving Todd. Beth is also a awesome character who's been through a lot and stayed strong. It ends with a cliffhanger and I'm definitely going to book 2. It's a read I'd recommend.

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