Thursday, 5 November 2015
Mini Review: Kiro's Emily [Rosemary Beach #10] by Abbi Glines
I picked Kiro's Emily up the day it was released, and it has sat waiting to be read for nearly a year. I don't even know why I didn't pick this one up sooner, it's only a short read so it could fit in between books without interrupting my reading schedule.
I really enjoyed getting to see Kiro and Emily when they were younger, seeing how it all started, especially knowing how it would all end. How this couple was introduced was something I didn't expect, but I did like how Emily was not who Kiro expected, and how she acted was not something he was used to, which forced him to change his ways. I really liked how Kiro and Emily were friends first, and how they stayed in touch even when Kiro was touring.
We get to see a baby Rush, who is absolutely adorable, and we see Harlow's first scary moments of her life. Reading Kiro's Emily shows you how much Kiro changed for Emily, and who he used to be, seeing how much he has overcome to be with her, then and now.
Kiro's Emily was a good addition to this series and gives us a great insight into life before Harlow.