Take a breath by Jaimie Roberts PDF

Take a breath by Jaimie Roberts PDF

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For over a year, I have not only worked with Jake, but I have lived with him too. Buy From Amazon

Why can’t I have him?
He’s getting married to my mother.
When she suddenly decides to move out of the house, the tension between Jake and I reaches a fever pitch.
Feelings which had been bottled up for so long are now bursting to get out.
I can no longer hide the overwhelming emotions that flow through me.
Unfortunately, neither can a serial killer on the loose dubbed “The Blonde Killer.”
I am his obsession.
And Jake, the senior detective in charge of the Major Investigations Unit, is responsible for catching the murderer.
I’m scared, but I know Jake will do everything in his power to protect me.
I feel things can’t get any worse.
Until they do.

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I will start with say that when you start to read don’t put it down after the first chapter, you may want to because it starts with ana having a huge crush or obsession for her soon to be step dad jake. it makes it harder to hold down those feeling since they work together at the police station. jake is the captain of the force. i know it sounds crazy but when you read the story you will learn that its not has unhealthy as it starts in the beginning. ana has been pulled to every direction with her mom who uses guys to get what she wants then she runs. for ana though jake and his son are the first family that she feels that she is really a part of. when they come home to an empty closet ana knows that her mom has struck again. jake is hurt but really deep inside he is kind of happy, cause he has been holding a secret that he feels that he may not be able to hold anymore. ana feels that this may be faith telling her to give in to her feelings for jake.Take a breath by Jaimie Roberts PDF

Every time she has tried to give in to those feelings, she convinces herself to stop. but one night after drinking she kisses jake and he stops and tells her it isn’t right. after talking to her friend jessie and she gives her advise that she takes to heart. so she does what any woman would do and show him what he is giving up. so at the bbq she flirts with the guys from the station and that drives jake crazy, his alpha male that he is takes over and he takes her outside and kisses her with so much want and yet lust that it confuses ana more then anything. several other encounters that they have are only proving that he feels the same way as she does but he wont give in.

But after the bbq jake cant take it anymore. he won’t allow other men to even think that they have an opportunity to her. so he stakes his claim, in the mist of all this they are working on a case it involves a serial killer, jake and ana spend a weekend as lovers when she finally goes back to her room she is alarmed to find a note. and it is from the killer. jake goes crazy. They make there relationship solid so you think, you have drama, love, killing, and heart break. just when you think that you see the light at the end of the tunnel. that light is turned off. i really cant wait for book 2

Review of Take a breath by Jaimie Roberts PDF

Ana Sinclair is in love with her mom’s new boyfriend. He’s 10 years her senior with a teenage son, but that doesn’t sway her feelings. Not only does she live in the same house as Jake, but also works with him. It’s getting harder and harder to stay away from him.
Things get interesting once they find out Ana’s mom has left without any sign of ever coming back. Jake struggles to keep his distance from Ana, although he desperately wants to possess every inch of her.
He becomes her “knight in shining armour” when he gains knowledge that a serial killer is obsessed with Ana, and has murdered girls who look just like her.

I’m not gonna lie, I had high hopes for this book after I read the synopsis. Seems like a decent plot right? Yeah, I thought so too…
However, I soon discovered that the synopsis was as good as it was going to get. So many things irritated me about this book, I had to skim over quite a bit just to get through it. Here’s why.
1) I don’t usually base my reviews on grammatical errors/editting unless they’re really, really bad. I honestly think this was the least editted book I’ve ever read for a few reasons:
-Okay, so I know the author is from England and the main character Ana was as well, but all of the other character’s dialogue was written as if they were also British… despite the fact that it takes place in the United States.

-Grammatical errors GALORE!
*soooooo many run on sentences
* misspelled words
*over used words (get a free thesaurus app)
*quotes that start but don’t end… I had to re read and try to guess when the person stopped talking.
*punctuation. There were “?” when it wasn’t even a question. Or some sentences didn’t even have any punctuation at all. Others had too many commas. Ugh I hate that.

-There was a scene at the bars where Ana always with her friend Jessie and she was talking to John, Jackson and Trevor. But then during the conversation Ana refers to one of them as Tom. Tom is a whole other character that wasn’t even there! Did she even read this before publishing?! That’s my question for the author.

-WHO says “whilst” a million times in one sentence?! I lost count of how many time it said “whilst” in this book, it drove me nuts!
In my opinion, even if your a self published author, you still have the responsibility to edit before submitting. I know editors are expensive and not everyone can afford them but there are alternatives. GOODREADS is full of beta readers willing to help! For free! You can also pass it along to friends and family and ask them for their opinions and see if they can catch any mistakes. A mistake here or there doesn’t bother me. It’s the careless mistakes that saturate the pages that bother me.

2) Story wise, this was pretty lacking. I found it extremely predictable and I pretty much knew who the killer was immediately.
I’m usually all for the steamy scenes, but at one point it was page after page after page of the same thing. I’ve never skipped over sex scenes until this book. They were pretty anticlimactic as well. He’s a cave man, I get it, no need to remind me every 5 seconds..

3) The ending… random. I felt like it just stopped, as if she wrote one long story and took a knife to it saying “oh, this looks about halfway” CHOP- here’s two books. If you’re going to have a “cliffhanger” ending with plans for a second book, make it good. I’m not going to remember your book a week from now if you don’t have me on the edge of my seat. I won’t be reading the next one of this series, that’s for sure.

4) I don’t feel as though the characters were built properly. I didn’t connect with any of them, I didn’t feel any emotions other than irritation “whilst” I read. (See what I did there)

I could probably go on but those were the main issues I had. I really don’t like giving bad reviews, I don’t like hurting people’s feelings. But in this case there was no way I could possibly avoid it. Sometimes honesty is brutal.


Jaimie Roberts was born in London, but moved to Gibraltar in 2001. She is married with two sons, and in her spare time, she writes.
In June 2013, Jaimie published her first book, Take a Breath, with the second released in November 2013. With the reviews, Jaimie took time out to read and learn how to become a better writer. She gets tremendous enjoyment out of writing, and even more so from the feedback she receives.
If you would like to send Jaimie a message, please do so by visiting her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorJaimieRoberts

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Details About Take a breath by Jaimie Roberts PDF

  • Name: Take a breath
  • Author: Jaimie Roberts
  • ISBN:  1723119946
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romantic Suspense
  • Format: PDF/ePub
  • Size: 1 MB
  • Page: 404
  • Price: Free

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