Kim Karr – The Connections Series Reading Order

by Maryse on April 3, 2014 · 0 comments

in Reading Order Guide:

Recommended by many of our fellow readers! Book #1 ends on quite the cliffhanger, but no need to fret. ;) Book #2 has already been released, plus a brand spankin’ new novella went live a few days ago, and two more books on the way!

Jodi: You will love Connected by Kim Karr, it was so good!!

Donna: Just read Connected and can’t wait for Torn!!  LOVE IT

Barb: I loved this book, especially the fact that there wasn’t long drawn out angst after quite a few of my past reads. It wasn’t typical and yet that’s why it was a good love story!!!

Bobbie: I enjoyed this book and I loved the reference to the D-Bags and Kellen Kyle.  I look forward to Torn, I hope there is a little more angst in that one!

Elizabeth: I just finished this one today and loved it. So much. But you know, I think it was just what I was looking for, like you said,  in terms of not being too much angst and game playing – and River…sigh!! He made the book for me. I think I just felt their initial connection and where it went from there. Good writing too. Can’t wait for the next one.

Chrissy: Just read it over the weekend and really liked it.  Cried like a baby on so many occasions!  But – the ending killed me – really did it just end like that???  Was not expecting it at all…I liked the mystery so I will have to read on once the next book comes out.

About book #1:

In Dahlia London’s world, happily ever after is a far cry from reality. Her soul has been left completely shattered by tragedy. But a surprising reunion with someone from her past is about to give her a reason to love again…

When rock star River Wilde comes back into Dahlia’s life, their super-charged connection runs deeper than either of them ever expected. The more time they spend together, the more intense their relationship becomes, and Dahlia believes at last she has found her soul mate.

But as old bonds fade and Dahlia’s grief begins to lift, her guilt and confusion remain. River desperately wants to be the one who mends what’s been broken—but with a past that refuses to stay buried, is it possible for their future to begin?


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