thoughtful by SC Stephens  2.5 out of 5 stars

I’m not even really sure what to say here. I wanted to love this book…..I mean it’s a whole book of Kellan Kyle for goodness sake! Honestly the first half of the book was, at times, a struggle for me to get into.

It was so hard to wrap my mind around why Kellan even started liking Kiera in the first place. And I know that I am going to sound like a completely heartless wretch here, but seriously, the constant whining was too much for me. Did I feel bad for Kellan, yes, of course I did, but at a certain point all the ceaseless wallowing goes from sad to just plain annoying.

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I did enjoy seeing some scenes from Kellan’s point of view. I got a lot better of an understanding of where his head was at with everything that in Thoughtless was kind of mystifying. I really think that if this book would have been cut in about half, and more so just glanced over things a little more, rather than relive every moment, I would have actually liked it a lot better. Will I still continue on with the series when Griffin’s book comes out? HELL YES!  But if there are more of the reliving all the things I’ve already read, that can’t be recapped in a novella from a different POV, then those I might just have to skip over.

**Please don’t revoke my Kellan Kyle fan club membership!!! JK that’s actually probably a legitimate thing, that I am really not in. I really did love the Thoughtless series, even when I hated certain things, or people. I know that might not make sense to those of you that haven’t read this yet, but those who have get it.**

I received a copy of this book from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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