EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen


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  • 02 June 2019
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    review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen I wavered between 45 and 5 stars but decided to go with the full five because Incarcerated is a risky as fuck roma

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    EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen This was one of the most memorable IR romanc

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    review Incarcerated Love and War #1 review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen Inger Iversen Ñ 6 read & download So what happens when an avowed racist white inmate finds out the woman he has been exchanging letters with and falling in love with via a pen pal program is black?That uestion gets answered in this book Kinda I found the premise interesting and the writing to be clean It was engaging and I found Katie to be a sympathetic heroine More problem

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    review Incarcerated Love and War #1 Inger Iversen Ñ 6 read & download review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen This is my first book by this author and definitely won't be my lastThis is Katie and Logan's storyLogan got himself incarcerated because he got himself mixed up with the wrong company and now he has to pay for his stupidity Logan g

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    EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen I've long been curious about what might happen in a romance novel where one of the characters was overtly prejudiced against the race of the other character Although I tend to side eye the idea of prison romance in real life I decided to give its book incarnation a chance when several people whose opinions I trust told me they had

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    EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen Incarcerated Letters A ReviewMay contain spoilers Before I even started reading this book I had a ton of preconcei

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    review Incarcerated Love and War #1 EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen Beyond Interesting and FreshThe interracial romance subgenre has become somewhat stale When I read the blurb for this book I was instantly intrigued This was a new kind of story that I knew would either go entirely

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    Inger Iversen Ñ 6 read & download EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen Well I thought this was a mafia romance It's not and that's okayThis is romance between an incarcerated man and his pen pal

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    review Incarcerated Love and War #1 review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen Inger Iversen Ñ 6 read & download 12222014 I was intrigued It started good but then the story started dissipating until it really was pretty average I am glad I read

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    EBOOK NEW Incarcerated Love and War #1 Ä Inger Iversen review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Inger Iversen Inger Iversen Ñ 6 read & download Absolutely LOVED this book Sometimes you need second chances an open mind and heart but you have to be willing to fight for love Inger Iversen is truly AMAZING Can't wait for the story about Trent and Teal

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Incarcerated Love and War #1

Incarcerated Love and War #1 free read ✓ 6 Find themselves forced to overcome past fears and prejudices Their friendship doesn’t come easily threatened by a crooked lawyer with a grudge and a best friend who betrays her promise to helpWhen faced with a world that forces them apart Logan and Katie must show everyone else what they have discovered that love is in fact colorblin. Beyond Interesting and FreshThe interracial romance subgenre has become somewhat stale When I read the blurb for this book I was instantly intrigued This was a new kind of story that I knew would either go entirely wrong or breathe life into the IR Romance world Logan Whyte has been in prison for eight years when he signs up for the new prison pen pal program Katie is a successful author who is also the Warden s daughter She s lonely and a hermit and desperate to make a connection with someone These two end up writing to each other but the reader knows that at some point things are going to go wrong Logan is a racist and Katie hasn t told him that she s the warden s daughter Logan also doesn t know that Katie is blackI was really nervous about Logan s character A racist How is this author going to make me understandlike a racist The was Iversen did it was that she didn t sugarcoat the racism Once Katie and Logan figure things out they still struggle because racism is not something that just goes away because Logan fell in love with a black woman I loved that about this book love didn t solve everything Love made Logan start working toward becoming a better person and letting go of his pastI ve seen some people say that they found Katie to be weak or wishy washy I didn t see it that way Katie has had to deal with people telling her she s not black or white enough She spent her childhood isolated found it easier to be alone and does what she thinks is neccessary to keep her father and her one friend in her life That pretty much entails letting them be way too involved in her decision making process and letting them have too much control over her life To me that s not weakness it s just not wanting to be completely and totally aloneKatie s growth in the story is not easy but just like with Logan it needs to happen in order to make her relationship workI enjoyed this book than I have enjoyed any book in a while Also two of the secondary characters get a book of their own coming out at the end of February and I can t wait Himig ng Sinag: Mga Piling Tula up for the new prison pen pal program Katie is a successful author who is also the Warden s daughter She s lonely and a hermit and desperate to make a connection with someone These two end The Test up writing to each other but the reader knows that at some point things are going to go wrong Logan is a racist and Katie hasn t told him that she s the warden s daughter Logan also doesn t know that Katie is blackI was really nervous about Logan s character A racist How is this author going to make me The Test understandlike a racist The was Iversen did it was that she didn t sugarcoat the racism Once Katie and Logan figure things out they still struggle because racism is not something that just goes away because Logan fell in love with a black woman I loved that about this book love didn t solve everything Love made Logan start working toward becoming a better person and letting go of his pastI ve seen some people say that they found Katie to be weak or wishy washy I didn t see it that way Katie has had to deal with people telling her she s not black or white enough She spent her childhood isolated found it easier to be alone and does what she thinks is neccessary to keep her father and her one friend in her life That pretty much entails letting them be way too involved in her decision making process and letting them have too much control over her life To me that s not weakness it s just not wanting to be completely and totally aloneKatie s growth in the story is not easy but just like with Logan it needs to happen in order to make her relationship workI enjoyed this book than I have enjoyed any book in a while Also two of the secondary characters get a book of their own coming out at the end of February and I can t wait

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Incarcerated Love and War #1 free read ✓ 6 One of the few white kids in a rural Kentucky town Logan Whyte always kept to his own kind out of self preservation He never considered himself racist but that didn’t stop him from falling in with the wrong crowd that celebrated hate as much as he fought it or from ending up in prison for eight years on an armed robbery chargeA succes. So what happens when an avowed racist white inmate finds out the woman he has been exchanging letters with and falling in love with via a pen pal program is blackThat uestion gets answered in this book Kinda I found the premise interesting and the writing to be clean It was engaging and I found Katie to be a sympathetic heroine More problematic was Logan For a racist he is remarkably bad at it Honestly he couldn t really get his back into it really For Logan his brand of racism feels like something he learned by rote and circumstance rather than something he truly internalized He begins to fall in love with Katie in her letters and once he discovers she is black he takes a moment to be shocked and dismayed but then she s pretty So he can get over itThe book succeeds in what it attempts meaning it took it s own premise and made it work By not making Logan this bone deep racist in the first place the ease with which he reconciles himself to being with Katie doesn t feel so unbelievable On the one hand since I don t tend to like my leisure escapist reading to spend too much time on people navel gazing about race I bought what this book was sellingOn the other hand I can t help but wonder how much affecting and powerful the story could have been if the author had allowed Logan s racism to go deeper than his epidermisIn any case this was an uick and interesting read Managerial Decision Making up in prison for eight years on an armed robbery chargeA succes. So what happens when an avowed racist white inmate finds out the woman he has been exchanging letters with and falling in love with via a pen pal program is blackThat His Punishment uestion gets answered in this book Kinda I found the premise interesting and the writing to be clean It was engaging and I found Katie to be a sympathetic heroine More problematic was Logan For a racist he is remarkably bad at it Honestly he couldn t really get his back into it really For Logan his brand of racism feels like something he learned by rote and circumstance rather than something he truly internalized He begins to fall in love with Katie in her letters and once he discovers she is black he takes a moment to be shocked and dismayed but then she s pretty So he can get over itThe book succeeds in what it attempts meaning it took it s own premise and made it work By not making Logan this bone deep racist in the first place the ease with which he reconciles himself to being with Katie doesn t feel so Himig ng Sinag: Mga Piling Tula unbelievable On the one hand since I don t tend to like my leisure escapist reading to spend too much time on people navel gazing about race I bought what this book was sellingOn the other hand I can t help but wonder how much affecting and powerful the story could have been if the author had allowed Logan s racism to go deeper than his epidermisIn any case this was an The Test uick and interesting read

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Incarcerated Love and War #1 free read ✓ 6 Sful and educated black woman Katie Andreassen is tired of being accused of betraying her own race Her lonely isolation coupled with her grief over losing her mother inspire her to create a new pen pal program at Capshaw State Penitentiary where her father is a wardenThe program brings together the unlikely pair but Logan and Katie soon. Incarcerated Letters A ReviewMay contain spoilers Before I even started reading this book I had a ton of preconceived notions about what to expect and they weren t all good But you know what they say about assumingIncarcerated Letters is my favorite kind of romance I love the ones where two effed up people and there s levels to effed up ness somehow find a way to be together in spite of all the odds being against them You see this ain t your typical lonely girl becomes pen pal to inmate they fall in love and live happily ever after Oh noThis is some real ish There s no idealizing this story and that is what sold meSo the story starts innocently enough when Kathryn or Katie as she s affectionately known suggests to her prison warden father that they initiate a pen pal program for the inmates so that they won t feel so detached from society Her father reluctantly agrees with the stipulation that she can NOT be a part of the program in any way specifically becoming a pen pal herself Katie of course agrees but y all know she s lying She s going through some issues of inadeuacy herself She just broke up with her man she has no social life and her only friends are really her father and her BFF Teal she sounds pathetic than meFast forward to Katie using an assumed name Kristen She is paired with inmate Logan who also initially uses a pen name Scott They strike up an innocent enough exchange trading letters on a weekly basis This uickly escalates into a mutual attraction that neither can nor want to deny even though they both know it may not be for the best There are a couple of things that Katie and Logan don t know about one another things that will test the strength and dynamic of their relationship throughout the entire story You see Katie is black and Logan is white Okay yeah so what you may say But the thing is Logan is a racist an unapologetic one at that If you ain t white then you ain t right kind of racist He believes Katie is white because one her dad is white read the story for the background on that and two she talks and acts white code for she doesn t behave like a ghetto loud mouthed thot so what else can she be but But when the truth is revealed oh man Read this book my friendsNow here is what I love about this story The author does not sugarcoat a damn thing She gives you the real instead of this romanticized notion that one taste of the brown sugar can convert even the most vehement racist Katie and Logan struggle throughout this book and as a black woman reading this I felt Katie s dilemma Logan is very forthcoming with his feelings for Katie this after realizing that he loves her regardless of her race while admitting that he still has issues with black people specifically black men the reason is well explained throughout There are several incidents in the story where Katie and Logan s relationship is tested as a result I expected Katie to acuiesce but she stood firm in her non acceptance of Logan s racism You see her trying separate her personal feelings for Logan while at the same time acknowledging that the man she loves still has deep seeded issues with race And as a reader black or white you will find yourself asking What would I do Oh this story had me all in the feels and any story that does that is worth readingNow on to Teal and Trent I expect this one to be 100x deeper Michael Collins unlikely pair but Logan and Katie soon. Incarcerated Letters A ReviewMay contain spoilers Before I even started reading this book I had a ton of preconceived notions about what to expect and they weren t all good But you know what they say about assumingIncarcerated Letters is my favorite kind of romance I love the ones where two effed Loretta Rose up people and there s levels to effed A Season of Ten Thousand Noses up ness somehow find a way to be together in spite of all the odds being against them You see this ain t your typical lonely girl becomes pen pal to inmate they fall in love and live happily ever after Oh noThis is some real ish There s no idealizing this story and that is what sold meSo the story starts innocently enough when Kathryn or Katie as she s affectionately known suggests to her prison warden father that they initiate a pen pal program for the inmates so that they won t feel so detached from society Her father reluctantly agrees with the stipulation that she can NOT be a part of the program in any way specifically becoming a pen pal herself Katie of course agrees but y all know she s lying She s going through some issues of inadeuacy herself She just broke Si Dindo Pundido using an assumed name Kristen She is paired with inmate Logan who also initially Si Dindo Pundido uses a pen name Scott They strike Wizards Tale III up an innocent enough exchange trading letters on a weekly basis This Wizards Tale III uickly escalates into a mutual attraction that neither can nor want to deny even though they both know it may not be for the best There are a couple of things that Katie and Logan don t know about one another things that will test the strength and dynamic of their relationship throughout the entire story You see Katie is black and Logan is white Okay yeah so what you may say But the thing is Logan is a racist an The Friend unapologetic one at that If you ain t white then you ain t right kind of racist He believes Katie is white because one her dad is white read the story for the background on that and two she talks and acts white code for she doesn t behave like a ghetto loud mouthed thot so what else can she be but But when the truth is revealed oh man Read this book my friendsNow here is what I love about this story The author does not sugarcoat a damn thing She gives you the real instead of this romanticized notion that one taste of the brown sugar can convert even the most vehement racist Katie and Logan struggle throughout this book and as a black woman reading this I felt Katie s dilemma Logan is very forthcoming with his feelings for Katie this after realizing that he loves her regardless of her race while admitting that he still has issues with black people specifically black men the reason is well explained throughout There are several incidents in the story where Katie and Logan s relationship is tested as a result I expected Katie to acuiesce but she stood firm in her non acceptance of Logan s racism You see her trying separate her personal feelings for Logan while at the same time acknowledging that the man she loves still has deep seeded issues with race And as a reader black or white you will find yourself asking What would I do Oh this story had me all in the feels and any story that does that is worth readingNow on to Teal and Trent I expect this one to be 100x deeper