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  • Brianna Jade

    was a good book, a tad bit repetitive during some chapters that maybe weren't necessary but was overall a really great read.

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  • Excellent series

    I had to read all 3 books in this series as it was so good. Wish there was more. Penny has an awesome writing style that keeps you interested from first to last page.

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  • Penny Reid Elements of Chemistry

    The development of Kaitlyn and Martin’s characters is at times funny and at other times heartbreaking. They complement each other perfectly, Martin helps Kaitlyn to follow her dreams and she gives him love not because she wants anything from him just because she cares for him. I was very sorry to finish the third and final book but couldn’t stop reading until the lady page.

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  • *** 2.5 STARS *** Disappointed

    This is the third and concluding book in the Elements of Chemistry series. It starts off 9 months after Kaitlyn and Martin broke up. Kaitlyn is now a musician doing gigs and she runs into Martin again. He asks to be her friend but she is still in love with him. This read like a standalone novel as a second chance book. It seemed totally disconnected from the first 2 books. You could read this book and never read the others. I read it to finish the story but found this an exercise in frustration. Both Martin and Kaitlyn's characters were different. I found Kaitlyn unsympathetic - it was all about how Martin had broken her heart but she was the one who broke up with him. She was still completely clueless and it grated because her character should have grown and learned. All the quirks and humor, honesty and communication in the first 2 books were gone. Instead we had a long drawn out book about lack of communication and misunderstandings. There was little acknowledgement of her faults in this book (there was some, so not completely none) but Martin gave a lot more ground. I also didn't understand why something that was such a huge deal 9 months earlier (and led to a break up) suddenly went away, just because Kaitlyn could say no to her mother. This book also had the opportunity to explore issues about Kaitlyn and Martin that were brought up in Heat but again these were completely ignored. And finally, the characters didn't act their age. She was still 20 and Martin was 21 and they were acting like they were in their late 20s. It felt odd. After reading all three books, I feel like the books would have been better as a duet, and they took a left turn (not for the better) in Heat and never quite recovered. A lot of missed opportunities.

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  • Great reads

    This book(part 1 2 and 3) are great. Funny witty and perfectly balanced with romance! You feel as if you grow with Parker. I love this series.

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