Closing Costs (Stewart Realty #3)
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Both Sara and Jack have their issues, her being immature, selfish and insecure. But then again as much as I hated Sara at times, I could also sympathise with...more
In the final installment in the Stewart Realty Company series, readers will finally a conclusion to Jack Gordan and Sara Thornton's love story. It's not an easy ending and it takes eight years to get there...but we finally do get an ending to their story.
Can I say I could not stand Sara? That's not too harsh is it? She grated on my nerves. She was whiny and bitchy and strung poor Jack around for one year too many. She wanted him, she didn't want him, she strung him along, then pushed hi...more
Honestly, what can be said about this love saga? It has everything you are looking for; Angst, passion and lots of sexual tension.
Closing Cost continues the story of Sara and Jack and spans over several years. At times, this story is frustrating but so humanly normal you have to continue reading just to see if it all turns out alright in the end and whether Sara will actually achieve her “Happy Ever After” she is looking...more
Katie is Sara’s daughter. Sara doesn’t want to find out who the father is. It could be either Jack or Craig but she is determined to raise Katie on her own...more
Though Closing Costs is considered a part of the Stewart Realty series, I am starting to see it more as another chapter in the Jack and Sara saga. Both characters have almost come full circle but there are still a few things in store for both of them. To me, they're a symbol of real people in the real world. No one is ever 100% happy in their life, let alone their relationships. Sometimes those who pretend to be the happiest are the most miserable in li...more
Left me tired, and emotionally drained. Cried towards the end. Signs of a good read. Liz Crowe, can't wait for more
Despite their difficulty in getting used to the new things in their lives, they've actually been beneficial in terms of forcing the pair of them together and...more
***A few days later, I re-read this review. I sound angry and snarky, not usually my style. But that bodes well for a book. Obviously I was emotionally involved enough to be angry. So if you like the type of book where there is lots of back and forth and love/hate; way more apart than together, this may be the book for you. I know many who love that. This series was highly recommended, and this review is my opinion.
This book continues Sara and Jacks journey in their lives. This book goes a bit off the track of nothing but passionate sex and the yo-yoing of Sara and Jacks relationship. Sara just had a baby and this book follows Sara, Jack, Craig, and all the other great characters from the other books as they watch Katie grow. Sara makes a bold call when she says that she doesn’t know if Craig or Jack is really the father of Katie, but doesn’t want to find out either....more
In Closing Costs we learn that Sara is pregnant and unsure of who the real father is, whether it is Jack, the one she truly deeply loves even though she is the most difficult and stubborn woman he has ever crossed, and will not admit to herself nor anyone...more
The book takes place over what, a decade? It's a decade of mind games, pathetic misunderstandings and immaturity.
I liked books 1 & 2, but this one? Holy hell. It's just too much. How much pain and suffering can two people bring to each other? Over how long a period of time? All the while there is a child that has to deal with two parents that are screwed in the head.
Speaking of which, it seemed so much of the time that to Sara, the child was a pain to be dealt with...until she almo...more
I like the way that the author has divided the three books. The first book in the series,...more
Perfection. That is the word that best describes Closing Costs, the third installment of Liz Crowe’s Realtors Series. Believe me when I say, when it comes to books and/or series, perfection is not a term that I use very often. There is always some thought, direction, developement or aspect that hangs me up, but there is NOT one thing about this book that I didn’t like or think fit the overall series ARC perfectly. Now I know that everyone’s idea abo...more
Finally - the conclusion of Jack and Sarah. I REALLY wanted to like the final installment, but it was painful! After 10 years there is still silly misunderstandings and games. Come on...really?!? Way too much sexual tension and angst for me. I wanted to smack the s--t out of Sarah.
The only reason I finished the book was to find out if Jack found his HEA.
Oh, there's a bit of m/m play in this series (the last book to this series is mostly that)...fair warning..I got burned again dammit!
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The Realtor Series by Liz Crowe is wonderful; Floor Time, Sweat Equity and Closing Costs tell the story on Sara and Jack. It is an engaging, can't put we down story!! I highly recommend them. I had not read in years before I picked up Fifty Shades of Grey, I then tried a few books nothing special... this series, The Realtors Series captivated me!! I think...more
I’m still in “wow” mode at this book.
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"Katie certainly has a lot of those, " the annoying person chirped before handing his ID back and pointing to a side door. SHe gave him a different sort of look. This one he recognized. He smiled at her. She was sort of good looking, actually. "You gay like her other uncles?" Jack laughed.