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Make Me Believe: Special Edition by [Ferry, Karen]
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Sometimes, a chance meeting is just the push you need in order to break free from the darkness within…

My name is Emma, I’m 23, and I’ve never been kissed. I’m no virgin…But kissing is too intimate, too intense, and I don’t want that – not ever. I like sex, though, and most of my hook-ups don’t seem to mind the no-kissing part.

But then I meet Daniel, who’s such a geek, and definitely not the kind of guy I’d normally take an interest to. He’s the shy, quiet type, but with such a charming smile, and he makes my heart race – something I’ve never experienced before.

Daniel has his own issues to work through, and I know my hardened heart shouldn’t melt when he looks at me. I really shouldn’t be falling for him, either, but somehow, he manages to tear down my walls, and I’m scared…because once he learns my secrets, he’ll want nothing to do with me.

All I know is that Daniel makes me feel things that I have never felt before – but do I dare let down my walls and confide in him?

Will I let him be my first kiss?

This is my story, and I’ll reveal everything in my own sweet time…

Just don’t expect all the hearts-and-flowers stuff.

Life is messy, and mine is no different…


***Due to possible ‘triggers’ and adult situations (yes, there is lots of sex in this book) it is not recommended to persons under the age of 18.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1860 KB
  • Print Length: 484 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514867966
  • Publisher: Karen Ferry; 2 edition (5 July 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01110QRCM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,659 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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I loved this story - the growth of Emma is heartwarming and you can't help but love both Daniel and Emma. The only drawback for me was the sex scenes were quite graphic and sometimes felt over done but overall I highly recommend this book as a story of true love and overcoming the demons from your past.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read it! 1 October 2015
By Maïwenn ~Obsessed with Romance - Published on
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Make Me Believe is an amazing book.

I laughed, I swooned, I cried, and most of all I loved Daniel and Emma with ALL MY HEART.

The storyline of this book is quite unusual in the way that it makes you think about what you would have done in their situation.
They both have some family issues, and are dealing with it in their own way.

But they are ALWAYS, ALWAYS supportive of each other.

Daniel is this nerdy guy, a bit shy, not really comfortable around girls. And Emma is his opposite. BUT it is just a mask. One, she takes off when with Daniel.

This is a friends to lovers story with its funny as hell moment, heart-breaking revelations, and sexy times!

I've tried to hold back, but I can't do it anymore. I want you so much, every single part of you - the light, the darkness, and the in-between.

I want me some Daniel!!! Oh boy, he has this way of talking dirty/sexy/sweet at the same time. Wow!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for all Romantics! 7 July 2015
By CharlotteReviews - Published on
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This book is amazing!!! I just bought it today and I couldn't put it down the whole day. It's about a young woman, Emma, who has never been kissed, but has had sex! What a premise. Kissing is too personal for her. Emma meets the perfect book boyfriend, Daniel. He's preppy and optimistic and strong! He's had a tough life, but he remains positive and hopeful.

Emma and Daniel have an immediate connection and make you want them to get together and have a Happily Ever After.

Love this book and would recommend it to all romantics!!! The sex scenes are amazing!

Oh, and it's set in Copenhagen - one of my favorite cities. So romantic and charming!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book with great characters! 17 June 2016
By Jodi Bird - Published on
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Make Me Believe by Karen Ferry is a great book! It’s funny, sarcastic, sad, and hopeful.

Emma has a past. One that seems to haunt her night after night. One that’s caused her to believe there is no such thing as happily ever after. Emma has a chance encounter on the train with a geeky guy who makes her feel something, but she doesn’t know what. Little does Emma know she will meet that guy again and that he will become so much more to her than just the geek on the train.

This book, oh boy. I just love Daniel. While he may be preppy, he’s everything Emma never knew she wanted. Daniel doesn’t let anything hold him back, even when others were against him. He’s sweet and kind. I couldn’t have asked for a better story. There are parts that just really broke my heart, but then the good parts opened it right back up and made me want to cheer for these two characters. At points I had to keep reminding myself they were characters, because I really wanted them to be my friends. I hope you find this book as amazing as I did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ferry did a nice job of revealing bits and pieces of each character’s ... 6 September 2016
By Chloe Jelane - Published on
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Make Me Believe is a realistic, well-written romance novel. Emma and Daniel (who are very different, almost polar opposites) are attracted to each other from the start. While they have occasional naughty thoughts about one another, there is no instalove in this story. Emma and Daniel’s emotional relationship grows at a steady pace, and I found myself pulling for them to become a couple from the start.

In addition to their differences, Emma and Daniel both have issues that have prevented them from being in serious relationships. Classic romance novel setup, right? Not exactly. Ferry did a nice job of revealing bits and pieces of each character’s issues as they get to know each other, and none of the issues are too over the top. (Sad and a bit disturbing, but not over the top.) Also, I like that once they become a couple, the issues don’t drive them apart. Instead, Emma and Daniel become sources of support for one another.

While I love the way Emma and Daniel’s friendship/relationship progresses, there was a lot of sex in this book. I know that two twenty-something adults engaging in lots of sex when they first start dating is quite normal, but I opted to skim certain scenes simply because there were pressing issues I was itching to learn more about!

I’ll definitely be reading Fool For Love, part two in Ferry’s Believe Series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars refreshing change - spoilers marked 28 July 2015
By Justirishgirl - Published on
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I bought this story because I read that the hero, Daniel was a virgin. It is so rare that the an adult hero is virgin in romance books. It was refreshing not having to read about manhoe heroes screwing OW. Emma was more of one night stand person in the relationship but thankfully there was only one scene of with OM and it was only the morning after the event and before she met the hero. Also no sex act was described with OM. It was more she woke up with him, limited dialogue and he left. I thought the sex scenes between Daniel and Emma good. Both Daniel and Emma were likable characters who who had flaws like anyone else but nothing that was off putting. I thought the story pacing was good as was the writing. Also I liked the ending.

There are things that I wished were different, most were minor. Regarding minor things, on more than one occasion Emma talked about Daniel buying new clothes. She discussed in detail the type of clothes he wore and eventually strong armed him into doing it because she disliked his clothes. We are told they went on an all day shopping trip. However after it happened no descriptions were given of the clothes he bought. There was no visual picture of his new clothes yet his "before" clothes she discussed in detail. Also there was no reaction from other people when seeing Daniel in new clothes that supposedly made him more appealing. Girls flirted with him before his new look and yet none afterwards. If some event is going to occur and is mentioned on more than one occasion, it seems important and so when the thing happens, it should be described. Emma's clothes, by contrast, were described in detail on more than one occasion.

Some of the story was from Daniel's point of view, which I liked as it showed some of his thoughts and feelings. Daniel was in love with Emma and fearful of losing her. Sometimes he showed alpha tendencies while making love, which I liked as did Emma. He became commanding and more possessive while they were having sex. Unfortunately the author missed opportunities for him to show that outside of the bedroom, which I thought would have upped the passion level, making their relationship seem more intense. For example, Emma runs into the former hook up mentioned above. He is one of her one night stands who wanted a relationship with her. He gives her a tattoo. However, Emma never tells Daniel about the encounter nor did he see it. If she told him or he saw it, some of that possessiveness would have been been shown outside of them having sex, it would be felt. In fact if Daniel displayed more possessive as well as displayed jealous then I could have recommended this story to an Amazon reading thread I belong to, the crazy in love, jealous, possessive heroes. Unfortunately I could not as he did not.

Somethings happened that were unrealistic. For example, the fact that Emma never let anyone kiss her and yet had a lot of sex with a lot of men did not make sense. Given what happened to her, it would be more realistic if she was unable to have sex with anyone else or even have men touch her in any way opposed to just not wanting men to kiss her. What occurred scarred her and as a result she changed and started to act out. This essentially was ignored by her family. It was obvious that her behavior after the event was a cry for her and yet nothing was really done about it. Also her family did not try to do much when they found out what occurred. Their lack of help was not realistic considering her mother's profession regardless of how late it was when it was disclosed. Also the nature of the perpetrator's relationship with her brother was unlikely given what occurred. Also her mother, who is supposedly educated, being upset that her daughter would not talk to her about her nightmares yet would talk to a psychologist was moronic. It made her mother seem stupid to react that way. That is what counselors are for - they are parties who are removed from the relationship who are in position to give professional advice and help. I am a mother whose children are in counseling. I am relieved that they are getting the help they need as opposed to being upset that they are confiding in a psychologist as opposed to me. It is about them as opposed to me and yet Emma's mother was selfishly making it about her, which was hurting Emma as opposed to helping her.

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