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Rock and a Hard Place Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B077GCN588
- Publisher : Ylva Publishing; 1st edition (29 November 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 616 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 312 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 3955339025
- Best Sellers Rank: 353,059 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Andrea Bramhall writes such powerful descriptive narratives that I completely felt I was on that Patagonian glacier, and the raft. Crisp clear breath-taking scenery that I could visualise so clearly and enjoyed the view! All the climbing scenes so well researched and brilliantly written.
The characters were fascinating, the goodies and the baddies.
The relationship between Rachel the step mom and boss to Rhian was touching, she always encouraged and helped push Rhian to do her best.
The characters of Jayden and Rhian could have done with a “let’s talk” session, but I loved them and they completely warmed me up after all the snow. There is opportunity for a book 2, season two of The Amazing Climb and what more contestants get up too. Andrea Bramhall is on my list of top ten writers and can’t wait until her next book is published. Totally recommend this stunning book.
Here Bramhall writes a very traditional romance set largely in the mountains of Patagonia as reluctant rock climber Jayden gradually heals as she falls for equally hung up, but for different reasons, Rhian. Jayden is dealing with survivor guilt and Rhian has huge parental expectation issues, as both tentatively move forward in their very slow growing romance. This has some of those beloved lesfic cliches of huge misunderstandings and inadequate communication that just wouldn't happen in real life, but this is romantic fiction, so you have to forgive it a lot. And Andrea Bramhall does her usual great job of making you like this, irrespective of those 'old chestnuts'. There are some interesting side characters and she's clearly done her research, as the climbing stuff comes across as very realistic (although I know nothing about climbing!) The scenery is also well described and I could picture some of the dramatic moments. Certainly nice enough and personally, I can't wait for her next Norfolk Coast Investigation story, due next month!
A truly wonderful journey into the world of reality tv and climbing