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83 de 92 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wanted so badly to give it 5 stars... 7 de febrero de 2012
Por lnp416 - Publicado en
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
Having fallen in love with Jamie McGuire's "Beautiful Disaster" and "Providence" and becoming obsessed with E.L James' Shades of Grey Trilogy, I went into S.C Stephens with incredible excitement. There is nothing better then wonderfully written characters who are finding themselves and eachother through a series of passionate encounters (whether it be sex or argument). Thoughtless certainly did NOT dissapoint!

Stephens wrote characters both main and supporting that were fun and lovable..passionate and likable. I found myself volleying back and forth between who I wanted our heroine (Kiera) to choose in the all inmportant love triangle between her, Denny, and Kellen. I truelly wanted too befriend each and every band member and bar employee. I loved the way both Denny and Kellen not only showed their love for Kiera but they grew from the experience and became stronger men from the experience....

Here in lies the problem (my inablity to give the fifth star). Kiera! In the other books I mentioned previously the heroines, while self-conscious, were strong capible women. They were able to make hard choices and stand behind them.
I read this entire book in love with each of the main characters..just waiting patiently for Kiera to make her all important show that she was strong and worth what these two incrediable men saw in her...and she didn't..

Kiera's weakiness as a heroine actually ruined what should have been a beautiful ending. Without giving away which amazing man "won" in the end...I can honestly say...I am not sure she deserved either one of them...
209 de 259 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pure torture 23 de enero de 2012
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
Often, I read a story then dwell on it, just to see if my opinion changes (sometimes it does). Didn't happen with this one... Let me tell you why.

The story had a good premise and the writing style was great. Everyone knows, however, that characters make or break the story. In this case, I could not stand them. I tried to remove spoilers but may have missed a few. Read at your own risk!

The characters:
Keira- the narrator/heroine. I HATE HER!! She's portrayed as an innocent, shy, and sweet girl (in her own thoughts). Except from her actions, she comes across as self-centered, spoiled, and a slut. She sleeps with Denny and Kellan at any given time throughout the whole book and claims she's remorseful but never shows it. Reminds me of when Rhett tells Scarlett she's like the theif that doesn't regret that she stole but that she got caught. Keira, similarily, doesn't regret sleeping with them, just that she loves both and can't choose. I can excuse her sleeping with Kellan the first two times, but when she continues... A few times, she went straight from Kellan's bed to Denny's. Ugh! She never redeems herself. A considerate, honorable, and honest person would have let both go.

Denny- Keira's boyfriend. I liked him until the end, but thought he was too naive. I mean, you're bringing your girlfriend to a guy's house (one who's known for sleeping around) and then basically leaving her there alone. Throughout the story, we're told that they've been together for a few years and he really knows her and understands her. Denny then should have known thst Keira has massive insecuirity issues and might turn to Kellan.

Kellan- The other guy/hero of the story. He is the ONLY character that was redeemable. He was sweet, considerate, generous, understanding. Just an sbsolute sweetheart. I loved that he told her he wasn't going to be her second choice and to move out of his home. I felt for him until he agrees to date her. I wanted him to tell her that even though he hurts and misses her, he can find someone more worthy to be witb than her.

The (quick) plot:
Denny lands a job in Washington and Keira decides to join him because she "loves" him so much and can't be apart from him that long. Be glad she isn't a military wife. So anyway, Denny and Keira move in with his friend, Kellan. Then Denny gets transferred for a while and he does so well at the internship, the firm hires him...for two months outside of Seattle. Keira, of course, can't bear to be apart from him that long so decides to get drunk. Kellan comforts her, and she makes the first move. Denny feels bad and quits the job to come back to her. What ensues is basically Keira cheating on both men because she can't pick one.

The writing style:
It's difficult to master a first-person POV but the author does it well. You can feel the emotions of every person and why they feel/act the way they do. If you're okay with infidelity, this book expresses it well. If not, save your sanity and save your money. Many, many books await.
40 de 47 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Please, save your money!!! 11 de abril de 2012
Por Lily - Publicado en
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
I never wrote reviews of the books I read but I felt compelled to write one for Thoughtless.

I'm halfway through the book and I don't think I can continue reading it because I hate the heroine soooo much!!

Where to start? Kiera is a selfish, immature, sociopathic slut. She is the most unlikable female character that I've ever come across on a book, she makes "Thoughtless" unreadable because her character gets more annoying after every page.

The writing is horrible, the author thinks that she can make Kiera look innocent and cute just because she "blushed deeply" on every page after Kellan said something sexy to her. You get tired of reading on every paragraph how "sexy" Kellan is, what a "hot bod and adorable smile" he has, and how "sexy his messy hair" looks.

I don't understand the 5 star reviews!! Was I reading the same book? Please, save yourself the money, SKIP THIS ONE. I wish I did.
37 de 43 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If she blushes one more time I'm going to kick her in the head. 7 de agosto de 2012
Por Becky Parnell - Publicado en
Formato:Tapa blanda|Compra verificada
Not worth two bucks. If she blushed one more time or if someone chuckled adorably one more time, or if anyone did anything adorably one more time I was going to pick up my kindle and chuck it across the room. UGH!!! Worse writing ever!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Someone please make it stop! 9 de diciembre de 2012
Por Buy1Get1Free - Publicado en
Formato:Tapa blanda
This book is driving me crazy! Let me start by saying that I am listening to the audio version and not actually reading it. I decided to give my poor eyes a break, glad I did. Keria (is that how she spells it) has the spine of a jelly fish and I find her completely disgusting. She is the weakest female lead that I have read about in probably forever (Anastasia has more backbone) and the other characters do not make up for what she lacks. I'm tired of reading about a guy who looks so good that even after living with him, sleeping with him and hanging out with him on almost a daily basis that every time you see him you lose your breath, you morales and the ability to speak. REALLY!!!??? This girl has a mental problem! She's a big ole cheater and she doest want to tell her boyfriend because she does not want to hurt him, bull - who is she kidding, she just wants her cake and eat it too. Poor Keria it's breaking her heart.... Almost every moment she spends with Kellan is spent doing something that betrays her relationship with Denny (if I hear her whine his name again I'm going to throw-up). The obscene cuddling, neck nibbling, waist pulling, hand holding and ear whispering are not the actions of a woman in love with her boyfriend! I just needed Keria to OWN her dumb decisions, be a woman about it and stop playing the victim.

Lol! I'm not even finished with the book. I'm 4/5 of the way through and I just had to write this review because I'm so upset with it and needed to warn others. Oh and for all those reviews that say this is just as good or similar to 50 Shades of Grey NO IT IS NOT. Do not be fooled, this is closer to Beautiful Distaster but no where near as interesting. I think I'm going to go and write me a book about being a wishy-washy hypocrite with a male character so gorgeous that he blinds anyone that looks at him. It should sell millions.

Normally I am not this harsh, but this book took. Me there, in a bad way.


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