15 November 2011


Book Details

Author: SC Stephens
Format: ebook, 510 pages
Published June 13th 2011 by S.C. Stephens (first published March 15th 2011)

Book Summary

A continuation of the novel, Thoughtless... 

A lot can happen in a year. You grow, you change, you learn from your mistakes. And Kiera had made a lot of mistakes to learn from. But she had learned, and she was determined to never cause a man pain again, especially the amazing man who currently held her heart. But life offers new challenges for every relationship, and when Kiera’s love is put to the ultimate test, will it come out the other side unscathed? 

Love is easy…trust is hard. (taken from goodreads.com)

Book Review

I am torn AGAIN from hating or loving Effortless!!!

I could’ve given a 5 for effortless if not for Kiera. She’s still:
  1. Paranoid
  2. Annoying
  3. Insecure
  4. Hypocrite
  5. Flirt
  6. Self-Centered
Not to mention
  1. What’s keeping secrets and flirting with Denny?!!!
  2. I think Kiera was in love with the rockstar Kelly, and not the real Kelly.
  3. Kelly is so in love with her, and Kiera is somewhat just infatuated
I love this because
  1. Plot. Amazing. What is not to like? It is all about love, friendship, trust issues, not to mention some mind-blowing sex
  2. Little notes that Kelly made for her before they left for the tour. They were so sweet, and I love the effort he made to make Kiera feel secure.
  3. The bathroom scene – it was jaw dropping! WOW! WOW! WOW!
  4. Anna, being the good sister
  5. Anna and Griffin
  6. Griffin being a dad – it was weird that he accepted being a dad so fast. Or probably it didn’t really sink in until the end of the story??! I love it nevertheless.
  7. Kelly and family reunion.
  8. Denny’s happy-ending. He deserves to be happy and finally found someone who wouldn’t cheat on him.
I heard there is a third installment, so I hope
  1. Kiera wouldn’t be that annoying
  2. Hear Kelly’s Voice – because it is tiring to be inside Kiera’s brain constantly repeating her mundane thoughts about her caffeine and Kelly addiction.

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