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The Price of Love by [Roop, Cassy]
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Two short months before graduating high school, Kendall Jones’ world is ripped apart at the seams. A stranger rescues her from a near brutal attack, but is unable to save her parents from death. Eight years later, Kendall moves to New York, hoping to put her past behind her, and once again finds herself in need of rescue.

Tristan Price saves the life of a young woman, who then haunts his dreams for eight long years. When she literally falls at his feet, Tristan decides that he will protect her, no matter what the cost. When her past comes back to threaten her, his plan to keep her close could cost his heart.

Can Tristan save Kendall a second time, and at what cost? Can the price of love overshadow the darkness of her past?

Although this book is part of a series, it can be read as a Standalone and has a HEA.

**This book is for mature audiences only due to sexual content**

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1942 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J15OFPG
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #248,086 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Will revisit now that author corrected the grammatical errors! 19 April 2014
By PRBabe5 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Ouch. I hate to give any negative feedback, but in all honesty, I struggled with this one. At first it was because it mimicked the Crossfire least to me. There were some differences, and those became a little more apparent as I read along, but still quite a bit was similar too.

The prologue was actually a good segue into the story, with Kendall as a teenager in high school when her parents get murdered by an abusive ex-boyfriend. The ex ends up in prison which allows her the freedom to graduate high school, attend college, and begin her career. She moves to New York and is working for a magazine company when a chance encounter with a handsome stranger on her way to work introduces us to Tristan Price. Tristan is not only gorgeous, he is a billionaire. He also happens to own the building her magazine is based out of, and is on his way to meet with her boss regarding a deal to grant an interview in exchange for the magazine featuring each of his new hotels over a 6 month period. And....he wants Kendall to write the stories. The catch? He isn't a complete stranger...he knows Kendall and her past with Brett, the abusive ex. Half in love with her, but determined not to get involved due to his involvement in her past, he hires her to write the features to get her out of town after learning Brett will be released from prison early. Despite his good intentions, he and she do get involved, but complicated. He keeps secrets from her, including the fact that he and she have met in the past. Brett gets out of prison and is determined to get her back.

The book had the potential to be really good, but my issue is there were quite a few errors in the book. For some reason, the word "was" was often written "as". The "w" got dropped a lot. Then there was the changing names. At one point Kendall is at a club after one of Tristan's "cold" spells. Before they finally get involved, he waffles between taking that step and keeping it strictly business. Hot / cold, hot / cold. She finally decides to go out and enjoy a girls' night with her friend Cassie and is dancing with a guy who the author introduced as "Mark", but who later became "Matt". Then toward the end, Tristan became Tristan "Stone" vs. "Price". And this happened more than once. Then there was the use of the word "glaring" when I would have expected "staring" or some other word. When someone glares, I expect it is not because they are happy or surprised or mesmerized, and yet the author used it in this context a couple of times. As a reader, I don't expect a lot of grammatical or spelling errors, but can live with a few if I do come across them. However, when there are more than a few, it is distracting and detracts from the story.

Outside of the similarities to the Crossfire series and if you read the series, I'm sure you are going to see what I am referring to, I did like a lot of the characters. I loved Tristan and the fact that he wanted to protect her because he felt he didn't help her when she was younger. Cassie and Jackson were great. Everyone needs best friends they can rely on, even when that gets them into hot water. Loved to hate Brett, what a jerk. A word of warning, the book does have some darker points (beatings, rape, murder), but luckily not in any great detail. There is also sexual content so I wouldn't recommend the book to anyone under 18.
5.0 out of 5 stars ****Reviewed for Eye Candy Bookstore**** 13 May 2014
By Kellierm77 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Price Of Love Review ***contains spoilers***

This books starts with the gut wrenching heartbreak of a teenage girl, whose life as she knows it is ripped away from her by her abusive ex-boyfriend. The story jumps a few years ahead and it's nice to see that Kendall has moved on with her life and made something of herself. Along with her best friend Cassie, she lives her life. I liked how she looked strong enough on the outside but was still hurting and untrusting on the inside.
After a brief encounter with a cyclist she meets Tristan Price multi millionaire and known ladies man. #SwoonWorthy
After a meeting at work Kendall is drafted in to work with Tristan but Tristan has his own agenda as to why he wants her on his project.
It was very sweet in a weird way to find that he has been watching her for so long, he fought his feelings for many years.
They click from the get go but Tristan fights his attraction towards Kendall as he knows she will never forgive him if she finds out his dark secret.
While working on his project Tristan and Kendall fall deeper into each other and they both give in to the attraction. It was nice to see the connection with them and I was shouting at Tristan to give in to feelings but also tell her what he was hiding.
But like all true love stories it must go balls up and Tristan's secret is out. It was clear that Tristan knew that he had lost his love but would never stop fighting for her, to be honest I wanted to string Brett up lol.
After the storm had cleared and feelings were settled it was really sweet to see Kendall and Tristan get their happy ever after.
Great job Miss Roop

Eye Candy Bookstore (Manager)
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great 7 December 2014
By T London - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I am so impressed by this author. She gave us a story full of love, strength and wonderful characters that will make you fall in love from the first chapter. I have to admit while reading this I had the same feelings I had while reading Fifty Shades. It isn’t that it is the same story, it was the feelings that Tristan and Kendall brought to the surface in me while watching their relationship.
Kendall made the mistake of getting involved with the wrong guy. After trying to put off sex with Brett for a long time he finally took what he felt was his leaving her shattered and confused. His abuse made her parents pick up and move a few times but he kept finding them till she got the dreaded news that he had killed her parents. Now alone in life she had to decide to move on with her life. After going to college and reclaiming her life by moving to New York with her best friend Cassie she began to find a new life for herself. She refused to be a victim of Brett, even though he is in jail for 15 years for the murder she is still shaken and scared and has walls placed around her heart to prevent from ever letting another man take control over her again.
Tristan knows Kendall, he has been keeping an eye on her for the last eight years. He lives with the guilt that he could have prevented her parent’s murder but he can’t tell her who he really is. One day he becomes her hero when she is knocked down on the sidewalks of New York and he calls her Angel. He could tell in her eyes that he took her breathe away but he knows he can’t get any closer to her than this. His secrets can never come out or he knows he will lose her forever. As the story goes on his hand is forced and his alpha protective controlling ways comes out. Protecting Kendall has been his mission for years, but he was always able to do that in the shadows, now he has to step forward and get her out of the country.
Cassie is Kendall’s best friend she met in high school, just a few weeks before her parents were murdered. Cassie becomes the sister to her that she never had and goes to New York with her, working at the same magazine with Kendall. She is very protective of her friend and doesn’t leave Kendall’s side, which gives her the chance to meet Jackson, Tristan’s head of security. Cassie is a straight shooter and will tell you how it is. She doesn’t hold much back and will let anyone who thinks about hurting Kendall know that she will be happy to cut the balls off any man who hurts Kendall and serve them on a silver platter.
I really enjoyed this book, the twists and plot changes made the whole book interesting. The author captured my attention in the first chapter and never let go of me till the end. I am really hoping we get to see Cassie and Jackson’s story next because they were to characters that really made me laugh and wonder who was going to smack the other first. The ending is not a cliffhanger and we were given some closure with Kendall and Tristan and what their future holds. Make sure you get your copy of this book, you won’t regret it.
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 Stars! 26 March 2014
By United Indie Book Blog - Published on
I gave this book 4.5 star

Kendall & Tristan what can I say, bad things happen an you want to protect your self an protect the one you love from the pain they endured.
Brett was Crazy to the tenth power that all I’m going to say about him.
The story behind these 3 people was good you got to see a point a view from all 3.
I loved how he called Kendall his Angel, to Tristan she was his saving grace. Sparky was a funny nick name for Tristan every time Kendall called him Sparky I was LOL.
I love all the cursing during sex it was so Hot!
Cassie was Kendall’s Rock through every thing she held down Kendall.
The Wall of Love was soooo sweet Tristan stole my heart.
The only problem was some words were either missing or they had the wrong word for that sentence, I found my self rereading a sentence just to make sure I was reading the words right.
Hope Cassie & Jackson story is next.
Great Book!!

Reviewed by Shante
4.0 out of 5 stars The price of love is a story about fate 8 September 2014
By Everything Marie - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Some of the scenes in this novel are quite descriptive including some of the intimate scenes, if this bothers you be prepared to skim those areas or skip them.

The price of love is a story about fate, about choices and about finding the good things that come out of the bad things that happen to us. Kendall ends up in a bad relationship and it costs her the life she loves, she breaks free and runs, but eventually she is found, and saved. Years later she is saved again and she falls hard for the man who saved her, but can she finally break free of her past and allow herself to be happy? I liked the dynamics between the characters in this novel, between Cassie and Kendall who are very good friends, and also between Kendall and Tristan who have lots of feelings for each other.