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Linked: Can Empathy Save the United Terrestrial Democracy? by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Chantelle Smith

LinkedLinked by Gaia B. Amman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This sci-fi romance read is my first read from Gaia B. Amman, and I’m so glad that I got to experience this read! I didn’t expect to enjoy this read as much as I did, I was captivated right from the start, it was engaging and a refreshing read. Politics isn’t something I normally read about, but everything else that happened in this read balanced it out and I found my self utterly drawn to this book, and its characters. It had many twists and turns, but the one thing I wanted more of was action, every time there was action it was over within a second and I wanted it to build but nonetheless, it was a vividly mentally visual read.

I loved the concept of each of these characters and their nicknames and the real meanings behind them.
I loved Naira’s character she is determined and confident and knows what she wants but she is made even better when Lethal comes into the picture. These two share something so powerful, special, intimate and intense, but boy oh boy is amazing to read! There are so many feelings in this book that are raw and emotional to the reader let alone the characters them self, I’m just so glad that in the end some understanding and love was brought between the two.
I loved everything about this book, and hope after that ending that this isn’t the last we see of these characters and their story.
I highly recommend this read!

Reviewed By @tillytillzz

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Happily. Ever After? An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Gail Guerrero

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever After? An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman

Four Stars

Dang! I can’t believe what I just read. I’ve never been in a relationship like Leda and Sergio’s. The minute a man starts acting like Sergio did I was out. But I’ve also only been in love one time. I married my best friend and he broke my heart. It’s been almost three years and no relationship. So I’m more like Leda’s mom in this story. I can understand and feel her grief and depression. I’ve not met a lot of women who have been in abusive relationships. But I have learned from reading their stories that it’s the fear and the brainwashing that makes them stay. Maybe not all cases but some. For years you have some telling you what you can and can’t do. It starts to sound right. The story was so emotional and selfish. By nature we are selfish creatures. But there is something in us that compels us to be kind to others. Sergio was selfish and destructive. His need to fix himself through Leda was damaging them both. I also thought that Leda was selfish when she refused to make more time. You goals and dreams are important but you can’t claim to love someone if your consistently putting them last. They both need to grow and work on who they are and who they want to be. Overall the story was crazy. The highs and lows just had me overwhelmed.
Review by @gguerrero89

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Happily. Ever After? An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Candida Hopper

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship. (The Italian Saga Book 6)
By Gaia B Amman

This was such a wonderfully emotional read. This book is very realistic and had me completely invested in the relationship between Leda and Sergio, and also Leda’s life as a whole. These two are completely opposite but that doesn’t dim the chemistry, it also doesn’t mean they are right for each other either. This story very connectable because it makes you feel all the emotions the characters are going through. There are real life problems that most of us have been through and for me that makes this book more enjoyable. This author does an exceptional job letting the emotions jump off the pages and I highly recommend this book.

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Happily. Ever After? An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Emily Walsh

Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship. (The Italian Saga Book 6)Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship.
By: Gaia B Amman
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship. (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B Amman was an pulling read that will get you in all the feels.

Not my first read from this author or this series, though I met Leda when she was a child, so seeing her all grown up was hell of a time jump for me. Yes, Yes, I did it again, I skipped books in the series.. but hey, if you follow me at all you know that’s my thing. But in all seriousness, this book was not only emotional, it did things to my poor heart, that was weird, confusing, and amazing. Gaia B Amma truly has and remarkable gift when it comes to writing, and getting the reader to not only connect, but feel what her characters are feeling. That alone is enough for me to tell you, to gets this book, this serie, and anything by Gaia B Amma.

As I have said this book is stuff to the gills with raw emotions. Romantic centered, we see the makings, and the ups and downs of a realistic relationship, and the trials that couples go through to try and make it work. Especially when you have two people that are as opposite as you can get… but, the heart wants what it wants.. there’s no rhyme or reason, and this book displays that well. This book is a must read, and I can’t stress enough without spoilers, that you need this book in your life.

So please take my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval. that this book, as it did with me, will do things to not only your heart, but your soul.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship ( The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B Amman. This is the continuation of the story of Leda and her crazy life. We have been thru several adventures with her over the past 5 books including romances, schooling and crazy parents. She’s had issues with mental illness and her new boyfriend Sergio does as well. Its almost a toxic relationship. Leda is studying Biomedical sciences and has a few quirky friends in that setting. She’s in a band and has those odd friends. Her life is like in 4 parts, Home, school, band and Sergio and Sergio wants her all to himself. Its the classic tale of coming of age problems and being madly in love with someone and thinking you won’t live if they leave you. Will Leda be able to make all facets of her life come together or will she lose Sergio in the process. These books are so fun and adults and young adults alike will enjoy them!

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Happily. Ever After? An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

This is the second book that I have read by this author now and I love that I always feel like I am transported to the country or place where her stories are based. I have always wanted to visit Italy and through Ms Amman’s beautifully vivid descriptions I almost feel like I have been. It was a really unique story that definitely made me stop and think a few times. I enjoyed reading about the complexities in human relationships sometimes and how many times opposites definitely attract!
The pace of the story was slow and it did take a while to get going but I didn’t really mind that. I felt like I got to know the characters well and it meant I could really enjoy the author’s beautiful writing. I read the first book in this series and this one is the sixth but is easily read as a standalone.
I will definitely be looking forward to reading more from her again in the future!

Reviewed by @katiem

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Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship. (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman is about loving so much that you are prepared to put up with anything and is one story I have very mixed emotions about because I would never, ever put up with what our main female character did. Having said that though, it is also an adventure of sorts as Gaia vividly gives a look at Italy and the fun banter amongst friends. This is a very emotional read and at times I found the story to be a little slow but picked up closer to the ending. I was often so angry at the main male character and wanted to throw the book and give up but perseverance won out and I finished it and I am glad I did.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) by Gaia B. Amman – Review by Sara Oxton

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily. Ever after? By Gaia B Amman a four-star read that may leave you happy? This is the sixth novel in the Italian saga series and I would advise you read them all, I have read them that way and enjoyed them so much more as they set the scene and paint the picture making you grow with the characters and see them as much more than a two dimensional character on a page. I have had a love hate thing with Leda through the series, in some parts I have adored her creativity and adventure and in others I have wanted to shake her. But there are so many other characters that you will adore. This novel is one that not everyone will enjoy as the author does push boundaries and gives is a great many views and creates a world that hopefully you will adore.

Review by @saraoxo

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Happily. Ever After?: An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) By Gaia B Amman – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily Ever After? : An Italian Relationship (The Italian Saga Book 6) By Gaia B Amman

5stars

Happily Ever After? by Gaia B Amman is the 6th book in this series. It continues to follow Leda in her stroll through life. She is an adult in this novel and, just like in previous books in this series, she continues to be my favorite character. She changes so much as the story progresses and I love the affect she has on Sergio. I also love how he affects her. He is her love interest and the dialogue between the two becomes addictive. I really enjoyed this wonderful novel. It was full of love, adventure, and growth.

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Happily Ever After (An Italian Relationship) The Italian Saga book 6 by Gaia Amman – Review by Natalie Hanley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book I have read by this author and it was another entertaining tale. Gaia creates characters that are easy to identify with and that makes the reader want to follow their journey.
Happily Ever After finds lead character Leda at University following her dream of becoming a scientist. She finds herself attracted to Sergio, a self-confessed pothead and a free spirit who is her complete opposite. The story follows the ups and downs of what she initially calls her “relationshit”. Loved this description, I’m sure we have all been in at least one of them in our time. I found myself both liking and loathing Sergio at different times of the book. I think that’s the sign of a good writer, you go on a journey with the characters and never know exactly where you stand with them.
I’d recommend this book to those who like family sagas and coming of age stories. A good read.

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