Sunday, July 6, 2014

Series Review: Nameless, Christening and Incarnate by Claire Kent...

NamelessNameless (Book #1) by Claire Kent
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I liked this book so much. Loved Seth and Erin. I only wish that some of it would have been from Seth's POV. I would have loved to read what he was really thinking in some of the situations that happened. Seth was such a complicated character but in a way Erin was too. They both had their own set of issues to work through. So good!

 After a failed marriage to a domineering man, Erin refuses to be controlled by anything or anyone. That includes Seth, the father of her baby—a man who was supposed to be only a one-night-stand, a man who’s used to always getting his way.

There’s a reason that Seth Thomas, a successful defense attorney, is often referred to as the Bulldozer. If something needs to happen, he makes it happen. That includes being part of his baby’s life—even if he never expected to be a father, even if Erin doesn’t really trust him.

They’ll work out an arrangement in the best interest of their baby—and if they occasionally have sex, well, that’s just an added perk—but they both agree on one thing.

What they have will never be love.

Christening (Nameless, #1.5)Christening  by Claire Kent
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love Seth and Erin so much and I was so happy to get more of them 4 years later. It was hard to see them struggling with their relationship again but it made the story feel more real to me because everything isn't always sunshine and roses. I did think that Erin may have been a little hard on Seth but I totally understood and she really wasn't trying to hurt him. I loved that they were able to work through their problems and come out the better for it in the end. They are such a great couple. Mackenzie and Anna were so cute and it was interesting to me watching them grow as a family. Another great addition to the series. I'm quickly becoming a HUGE fan of Claire Kent and looking forward to more.

Erin thought she reached a hard-won happy ending. She has a sexy, successful husband, two beautiful daughters, and a life of ease and luxury.

She adores her husband, but she never sees him anymore, and he seems to drift farther away every day. She loves being a mother, but she wants to be Erin too--and she doesn't think she is anymore. 

She and Seth have never stopped loving each other. It's just that love can be harder than she thought.

Sequel to Nameless.

IncarnateIncarnate  by Claire Kent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was my favorite of the series. LOVED LOVED LOVED this book. This series is so emotional. I absolutely adore Seth~he is still complicated and still struggles with his feelings but to the core he is all good. His character tries so hard to be a good dad and husband and when he makes mistakes he tries so hard to fix them. He loves his family so much. I love the way that Erin really sees him and understands him so well. I love how she tries to explain Seth to their daughters to make them see what he is really feeling. Just love them together so much!!! This story pulled me in and I wish that it was longer because I wasn't ready to let this family go. So good and although this story was just as emotional as the others, it was also so funny. Anna cracks me up. This is definitely a favorite of mine. Belle's Book Bag Top Pick.

Seventeen years ago, a one-night stand between Erin and Seth led to an accidental pregnancy, which led to partnership, then to love, then to marriage, then to family. Through all of that, their lives have never gotten less complicated. Now their daughters are teenagers, and they have to adjust to a new stage of life. 

Incarnate is a slice-of-life novella that is best read after the preceding books about Erin and Seth--Nameless and Christening.

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