Summer's Last Breath (The Emerald Series)

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Summer's Last Breath (The Emerald Series)

Summer s Last Breath The Emerald Series This story is a prequel novel to The Emerald Series One of my dad s favorite sayings is Don t cry because it s over smile because it happened Well Jamie Jacobs happened Jamie was and always would

  • Title: Summer's Last Breath (The Emerald Series)
  • Author: Kimberly James
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This story is a prequel novel to The Emerald Series One of my dad s favorite sayings is, Don t cry because it s over, smile because it happened Well, Jamie Jacobs happened Jamie was, and always would be, forbidden fruit Besides being four years older than me, he was the newest recruit of my dad s experimental team Jamie was also the experimental part of the tea This story is a prequel novel to The Emerald Series One of my dad s favorite sayings is, Don t cry because it s over, smile because it happened Well, Jamie Jacobs happened Jamie was, and always would be, forbidden fruit Besides being four years older than me, he was the newest recruit of my dad s experimental team Jamie was also the experimental part of the team Meaning he wasn t exactly human He was amazingly than human What better person to recruit to be on a SEAL type team than someone who was literally born to be in the water Some people go their whole lives and never know love I knew it at sixteen While I didn t know Jamie forever, I knew him long enough that he changed me He didn t mean to break my heart He didn t mean to crush my dreams, but he did And if I had it to do all over again, I would I absolutely would This is our story Because I never want to forget Excerpt How old are you The hard edge in his voice prompted me to look up at his face Water spiked his dark hair, dripping over his cheeks and jaw I lifted my chin It would be so easy to let him intimidate me, knowing what I did about him Seventeen The lie slipped out too easily Eighteen wouldn t have worked because I was still a sopho, and the truth that I was sixteen sounded too young, especially with Jamie towering over me even though he wasn t even standing up He blotted out the sun, the whole entire world, and I was content to let him He lifted his hand to my face, his fingers lightly tracing my cheek where Donovan had elbowed me the previous day His expression softened, his full lips turning slightly down Does it hurt A little, I confessed, drowning in the pools of his green eyes, so pale they were almost no color at all He stared at me for a long time, as if he were mulling something over in his mind, and all the while his eyes searched my face My skin shivered My lips parted as my mind churned for some reasonable excuse as to why in the world I would be hiding here What could I say that wouldn t make me sound like a Navy groupie or worse, a stalker The half formed words stalled in my throat as his head descended toward me, and before I knew his intention his lips lightly touched my cheek, stunning me into utter stillness Then his lips found mine and the reasonable voice in my head told me I should push him away, that he d stepped way out of bounds, and I was about to do it I was when his tongue darted out and teased my lips They opened all by themselves, my body way ahead of my brain, eager in its response I kept my eyes open, not wanting to miss a single second The weird thing was he didn t close his eyes either, which made his kiss all the potent I d been kissed before, but never like this, sweet and gentle with an undercurrent of the not so gentle, a complete possession of my mouth and my heart along with it He lifted his head a fraction and we shared a breath before he drew away completely He pushed to his feet, then stood over me again as I met his forceful gaze You know what I am It wasn t spoken as a question, but a declaration Yes, I said Like I would care after that kiss The Emerald Series Waterborn Waterdreamer Watermark

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    One thought on “Summer's Last Breath (The Emerald Series)

    1. Jamila on said:

      This book was soo freaking sad! This book comes before the previous three books in the series coming from Erin shaw's point of view before Charis came into the picture. Now from the previous three books it was very easy to come to a conclusion about everything that had happened between Erin and Jamie so as long as you've read the other books, nothing in this book is unexpected so nothing I say in this review can be a spoiler. Also this book wasn't technically necessary since we the readers alrea [...]

    2. Jessica Blackwell on said:

      This book was amazing it was well written and had a great plot but it was very sad the begging is happy and fun and awesome but as you get closer to the end it becomes really sad the main character loses so much and the story really made me want to cry because of how sad it was(kind of like the fault in our stars) I'm not a big fan of unhappy endings but this book was still good anyways.

    3. Clarke on said:

      Good but Sad. If you don't want spoilers stop reading 4.7 Stars. Free book. Wow. I really enjoyed the book but it is sad and there is no happy ending. I read a few reviews and I read the description but it still didn't prepare me. Erin is sixteen and in love. Jamie is her best friend's older brother and isn't entirely human. He is also a member of her farther's military team. Their relationship moves from forbidden to grudgingly approved but then she turns up pregnant. They start to make a life [...]

    4. DU418 on said:

      *Spoilers*For creativity, I give his story a 5. The idea of a species of water creatures living with humans fascinated me. The author did an excellent job of depicting how they assimilated into everyday society and yet had their own existence. Presenting it as a racial issue was also well done.Plot, however, didn't completely work for me. I never did understand what exactly Marshall's group of boys were supposed to do and knew from the start something would happen to Jaime. It was way too predic [...]

    5. DC Lee on said:

      This is the first book in the series that I have read, and it was released in fourth order, I believe. So, coming in at the VERY beginning (this one is a prequel), I was DEVASTATED. I will most likely read the others in this series; however, I will have to give it some time, as I was rooting for Erin and Jamie all the way. It was such a shame to see two young people in love, struggling and overcoming obstacles together, to end up broken. No HEA. And you'll come out feeling that way, too, if you [...]

    6. toni wair on said:

      This book was amazing!!!!This book is amazing . It has a lot of vivid detail it told a great story and it showed that no matter who you love you will always have their back and they'll always have yours

    7. Emily on said:

      A+++I am not really into these kinds of books and by the time I realized it I was to into it to stop reading :) It keep me interested the whole time that I didn't want to put it down!

    8. Big Book Theory on said:

      This must be the saddest story I have read in a long time. It made me cry!! which I don't usually do in a story. Amazingly written - full of real emotions.

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