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The Traveling Woman (Traveling #2)

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THE CONCLUDING STORY of Aimee and Kestrel, begun in THE TRAVELING MAN
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How many times do you gamble on love? When love has knocked you down, should you give it another chance? When does optimism become stupidity?

And what happens when the man you’re in love with is never still, always moving, always traveling? Do you say goodbye, or do you leave behind everything th
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Kindle Edition, 364 pages
Published April 7th 2015 (first published 2015)
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Lady Vigilante (Feifei)
4 stars!

**Contains spoilers if you haven’t read The Traveling Man**

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The way things ended in the first book left me feeling agitated for days, and during that time I wanted nothing more than to get my greedy hands on this sequel. But I was also nervous because I wasn’t sure how the author would approach Aimee and Kes’s relationship after that ending, and was even more afraid that I wouldn’t like it. It was a bumpy journey, but overall I’m really happy with the way Aimee and Kes’s story was resolve
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Vrsha (PeekAtMyBookReview)
Mar 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2015, arc
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Rating : 4.5 ‘Kisses, Magic & Home’ Stars

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My Views : I just couldn’t swipe that smile on my face while reading this one. description I have been dying to read this one after being hanged on a cliff by the author in the previous book, I’m glad this one picked up right after. This is a story Love, Loss, Second Chances, Forgiveness and Happy Endings or let say Happy Beginnings. What I loved most is that this book brings together family friendship and also making of new friends and forming new relations
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Lucia
Feb 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
SERIES RATING AND SPOILER-FREE REVIEW:
Book 1: The Traveling Man - 4.5 STARS
Book 2: The Traveling Woman - 4 STARS

"I had roots, he had wings - could they ever work together?"



I adore books that take place in a span of years. It always makes me feel closer and more connected to characters. This duology is not an exception. I witnessed life journey of Aimee and Kes since they were 10 years old. Their childhood friendship, teenage romance and most importantly their passionate and wild adult love aff
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AJ
“Kes wasn’t safe. He wasn’t a sensible choice. He made my heart race, and swoop, and die a little. When I was near him, I burned … Maybe we’d burn together. But maybe, just maybe, we’d fly.”

4.5 stars!

And an absolutely beautiful conclusion to Aimee and Kes’ amazing story that began in The Traveling Man.


Sequels or conclusions to a much-loved story are always slightly terrifying to read, so after adoring The Traveling Man as much as I did, I was understandably nervous going into this one, but Jane
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Katy Loves Romance ❤️
BLOG TOUR 10th April 2015 including 2 Excerpts and a Giveaway:
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5+++++ Flying Stars

Deep breathes in deep breathes out.....
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I love reading romance I'm a smut reader and I'm also a ROMANCE reader but I just love LOVE I love how people meet, I'm a people watcher and when reading a book I get myself in the zone where I am completely engrossed on the romance of the story and them. That being said I also love stories that are about LIFE and MAGIC about taking me to a place that g
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Arabella ~♡AB♡~
★★★ 3.5 Stars ★★★



May contain spoilers for Book 1

It's been a month since Aimee made her decision to pursue her dreams of teaching back in New Hampshire, but she is utterly lonely and miserable without Kes. They are two people in love who come from complete opposite backgrounds and Aimee doesn't know what to do for the best.

When Kes appears out of the blue at her home, she is thrilled to see him but she is confused as to what it all means. Kes has 6 weeks until he needs to go back to California fo
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Saffron
Apr 14, 2015 rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars!
Brenna
Jan 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
4-4.5 stars!

Review to come.
Kirsten
4 My Kes stars!!

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This is a continuation of The Traveling Man, and it takes place a month after book 1 ended.

Aimee is having second thoughts about the decision she made. She thought she had to stick with her dream of being a teacher and have stability. But without Kes, she's wondering what kind of life she'll have if she's not with her best friend and love. The couple are total opposites, but they complete one another.

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Decisions and sacrifices will have to be made.
What will become of the man
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Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
Just take all the stars, along with my tears!

Stupid amazing book.
Elle the ClosetRomanceReader aka Leftie aka Shoebelle
*Complimentary copy received from author*

4.5 ★

Oh, where to start with this one???

Quite honestly, I’m struggling for words to describe how I feel about this one. This book left me with a jumble of feelings, all good of course. Yes, all good, even with the ups and downs this took me, but I think they just sometimes feel so real, both the ups and downs, that it’s leaving me almost at a loss for words, if that makes sense.

This is the continuation of Kes and Aimee’s story. We were left with a cliffha
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Jenny - TotallybookedBlog
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3 1/2 Stars

Kes and Aimee’s story began in the 5 star; The Traveling Man and concludes in The Travelling Woman, a story of two people wanting to make their relationship work, yet struggling to live in the other’s very different world. Kes is the adrenaline seeking junkie with wanderlust in his blood and Aimee’s the girl who craves a sense of calmness and stability in her life. Can their love conquer all obstacles? Could you take that big leap of faith to follow your heart?

‘His element was the air
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Beth  Neeper
Jan 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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Has a story ever spoken to you? Have you ever felt like an author wrote a book specifically for you? Well, that's how I feel about The Traveling Duet. It's almost like the author took all my favorite elements of romance and wrote this epically beautiful story about two of the most enchanting characters I have ever read about.

"When he performs, he is all of us, the person we wish we could be. He is the hero in all of us."

Kes and Aimee have had a lif
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Carol***BeautyandtheBeastlyBooks

***ARC received in exchange of an honest review***


In my review of The Traveling Man I mentioned that Jane raises the ordinary to extraordinary. And Jane continues doing so in The Traveling Woman. Living for a few hours inside her books, certainly makes us think that life is indeed the most extraordinary thing, exactly for the fact that even in the most ordinary situations we can find magic in them!

This book was different than The Traveling Man, I could feel the difference, but not in a bad way.
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Beverly
Feb 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Finding the words to describe how I feel right now . . . It's impossible, But Here I go. Jane Harvey Berrick always Delivers. Her stories are amazing and always have a message.

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With me always?”
“Yes,” I whispered. “Until the world stops turning.”


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If I could give it 10 stars I would. The story is real. The characters feel so real. The reader can feel the love, pain and the magic. It feels like the book is talking to you. You become part of this love story.

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“Every day you’re in my life is win
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Bj
Mar 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
4.5 "Extraordinary Magic" Stars! A fitting conclusion to Kes' and Aimee's magical story. Full of a new kind of angst and emotionally traumatic experiences, The Traveling Woman will take you on another emotional roller coaster!

Please note that this review may contain spoilers for Book 1, The Traveling Man, which must be read first. If you have not yet read The Traveling Man, I highly recommend it. In fact, not only did it make my top favorites list, but I'd say it's one of the top 3 books I have
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Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
Apr 11, 2015 rated it liked it
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✯✯✯ 1/2 Stars

Kes and Aimee’s story began in the 5 star; The Traveling Man and concludes in The Travelling Woman, a story of two people wanting to make their relationship work, yet struggling to live in the other’s very different world. Kes is the adrenaline seeking junkie with wanderlust in his blood and Aimee’s the girl who craves a sense of calmness and stability in her life. Can their love conquer all obstacles? Could you take that big leap of faith to follow your heart?

‘His element was the a
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Michelle
May 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
3.5 - 4 Stars
Audrey
'How many times do you gamble on love? When love has knocked you down and kicked you in the teeth, should you give it another chance? When does optimism became stupidity?'

Love often blinded us that we ended up doubting our decision and action.

And to Aimee it was 'no answers, just a lot of questions - and a heart that wants to rule my head'.

Until a clarity moment. A moment where you think
'If I walk away from him again, I'll regret it for the rest of my life'

But love is never perfect and smooth
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Brit
Advance Readers Copy (ARC) provided for my blog by the lovely author for an honest review via blog tour

Title: The Traveling Woman
Series: The Traveling Duet, #2
Author: Jane Harvey-Berrick
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: New Adult
Happily Ever After: (view spoiler)
Point of View: First - Heroine
Date Read: March 24, 2015
Release Date: April 7th, 2015
Overall Rating: 5 Beyond Love Stars


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This has to be my favorite series of 2015, it was phenomenal in every sense of the word. The
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Haidoulina
Nov 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I'm just sad that this journey is over.... But it was an amazing journey....
I loved how Kes and Aimee faced their obstacles.... Aimee has roots and Kes has wings, is it possible for them to find balance??? This book tells us the answer.... It tells us if their love is enough to keep them together or not... I just loved it....
Lisa
Jan 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A rough idea what month this will be released? Seriously need this book now!!!!!
Kirsty
Mar 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
*4.5 stars*

Another brilliant sequel by the equally brilliant Jane Harvey-Berrick.

Like everybody reading The Traveling Man, I was gutted when we got to the end and Kes and Aimee weren't together. They were meant to be, but circumstances made it too difficult for their lives to mingle and work together. So far. I knew that the pair of them just had to make their way back to each other, but I wouldn't have been able to guess who would be the one to bend just that little bit more, for the other. Wh
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Kelly 'Perusing Princesses blog'
’A thrilling, magical, heartfelt and compelling duet that is totally unmissable’.

Enchanting is the word I would use to describe this unforgettable duet. It’s not only written beautifully well, but it showcases the best of modern contemporary romance.

Jane Harvey-Berrick is a word weaver, a magician, a pure talent as she translates her vivid imagination into one of word magic, ones that speak of life, love, hardships, sacrifices and the power of friendship. The Traveling Man and The Traveling Woma
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Ellen at Book Bellas
This series captivated me and worked its magic on me and I absolutely did not want to see it end!! The Traveling Woman is the second part of a two part series. The Traveling Man is the first book must be read before this one.

“Real life” has now taken hold of Kes and Aimee and the question becomes, can Kes be truly happy and satisfied living in one place for a long period of time? He is a carnie, it is in his blood, and Aimee realizes that once they have spent time together in her home. These two
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Jessica's Book Review
I am a little heartbroken after reading The Traveling Woman (The Traveling Duet #2). I was so in love with The Traveling Man, maybe my expectations were too high... The Traveling Man was such an amazing book with such a deep and emotional story that I just had to have more!

The Traveling Woman, is a good book. It picks up right where The Traveling Man ends and tells a story of its own in present day with Kes & Amiee trying to make it work in one another's world. Kes is still Kes; the crazy c
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Charlie
4/5 Stars

The Traveling Woman did it!! It pulled me back and it gave back the magic. I'm happy now.

I have to say this was certainly a really good series to start this year off. I enjoyed the first book, first half yes, second half left me feeling unsure and the second novel has left me with YES!!! Yes yes yes!

I enjoyed the plotline through out this novel. Predictable in knowing what was going to happen yes but you know what? That doesn't matter. Not one little bit. Because I cared for the main
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Peggy Dabney
Mar 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing
It's Magical...It's 5+++++ Stars...Both Traveling Man and Traveling Woman are both in my top five favorite books of all time!
My favorite line: "When I was a little girl I'd stare out my window at Mr. Petersons field, watching, waiting for you. Waiting for my shooting star to dazzle me. You shone so bright, you flew so high, and I couldn't believe you picked me!"
That's exactly what happened. Kes brought Aimee light and life from the time she was ten years old. They fought and loved and I'll al
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Lindsay
Oct 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5 stars
Amy J Romance Author & Reader Events
4.5-5 stars.

The Traveling Woman picks up where The Traveling Man leaves off. I must admit I was a bit apprehensive going in. I was so worried the author was going to drag out the entire book before (view spoiler) That said there is angst but we see the story come full circle , we watch both Aimee and Kes grow and become adults -making grown up decisions.

As much as I wanted to throttle Aimee's complacency with life and her future , she was just d
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I live in a small village by the ocean and walk my little dog, Pip, every day. It’s on those beachside walks that I have all my best ideas.

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“Hey, baby,” he said quietly, his eyes searching my face. “I fucked up. I’m sorry.” It killed me to hear those words, I’m sorry. Ever since I’d known him, I’d wanted Kes to apologize for something, anything. He never had. Until now. It was too much like giving in, and I hated it. I took a shuddering breath. I will not cry. “I go away for a few days and you get yourself all beat up.” He gave me a small smile. “Yeah, I really did.” I leaned down to kiss him, resting my cheek against his chest. I felt his fingers in my hair and his warm breath on my neck. “I’m so sorry, baby.” “No,” I said firmly. “Don’t be sorry—just get better, okay?” He didn’t reply and I stood up to look into his eyes. I needed to hear him say it. I needed him to commit to this with me. “Aimee . . .” My lip trembled at the depth of devastation that I heard in his voice. So I clamped my teeth together. “Kes, don’t . . .” He sighed and turned his head away from me. “Aimee, if I don’t . . . if I can’t . . .” “Kes,” I begged. “Please don’t say it.” “I don’t want this for you,” he said quietly. “I wanted to give you the world.” 5 likes
“But my beautiful boy was broken. I eased my hand free from his and leaned down to brush a kiss across his lips, sealing a promise that I’d made to him. “I love you so much. So much. You brought magic into my world the first day I saw you, and every day since—even when we were apart and I didn’t want to remember. I won’t let them take the magic away, Kes. I won’t.” I kissed him again, feeling the soft prickle of stubbled cheeks. “I’ll be back tomorrow, because you’ll never be rid of me. Not ever.” And if I listened very carefully, I could hear his heart beating out a message, Love you more.” 5 likes
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