Sakura: A Secret Kiss

Sakura A Secret Kiss FALLING FOR SAKURA is the story of Caucasian Japanese Sakura her journey to finding herself and her torn love for two very different brothers Sebastian and Darcy Princeton When orphan Sakura once a

Sakura A Secret Kiss Falling for Sakura, by Alexia Praks May , Sakura was left as a baby on the doorstep of the orphanage Because of her unusual looks kids were always mean to her But all she ever wished for was a family that will love her. Sakura A Secret Kiss Falling for Sakura, A New Falling for Sakura is a new adult reverse harem romance where Sakura, the heroine, is surrounded by seven Princeton brothers and ends up having a relationship with two If you like a reverse harem, love triangle, and triad relationship romance, then this series is for you. Sakura A Secret Kiss Falling for Sakura Volume When orphan Sakura Princeton once again meets her gorgeous adopted brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton, forbidden feelings are awakened and old flame ignites Orphan Sakura, with no last name, is accustomed to being rejected, hated, bullied, and unloved. Sakura A Secret Proposal by Alexia Praks When Sakura once again meets her gorgeous adoptive brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton, forbidden feelings are awakened and an old flame ignites When orphan Sakura Tanaka sneaks into a famous Japanese designer s fashion show in order to meet her biological mother, she doesn t anticipate a complication that will turn her world upside down. Sakura A Secret Kiss Falling for Sakura Book Sakura A Secret Kiss Falling for Sakura Book by Alexia Praks One young woman Seven brothers When she falls in love with two, which brother will she choose Romance fans will not be able to put down this steamy, suspenseful love story Sakura A Secret Affair by Alexia Praks, Paperback Sakura and the seven Princeton brothers, along with their family and friends, are heading off to Hawaii for a fashion photo shoot Immersed in the exotic scenery and exquisite beach, the love confessions Sakura receives from Sebastian and Darcy Princeton are passionate than ever. Download Read Falling For Sakura A Secret Proposal Part The story of Sakura and the Princeton brothers continues in A Secret Proposal Part When orphan Sakura Tanaka sneaks into a famous Japanese designer s fashion show in order to meet her biological mother, she doesn t anticipate a complication that will turn her world upside down. Sakura s Secret Chapter Welcome home, a naruto fanfic Sakura was now at the age of , a successful Anbu captain team captain of group B Nobody knows that she was an Anbu member though, Tsunade thought it was for the best She was a bit taller and her curves showed . Sakura Sakura Part KURUMI S SUPER DUPER SECRET Dec , Sakura Sakura is a romantic comedy about two overbearing Sakuras and their light hearted love triangle Follow the story of Tohru Inaba as he attempts to navigate the complicated see saw of love Sakura A Secret Affair is Done and Ready for Pre Order Finally, Sakura A Secret Affair is done I ve finished writing it a few days back Had stayed up until am to complete the book LOL And yes, the book is long, with a total word count of , words The print paperback version is going to be around pages or slightly longer.

  • Title: Sakura: A Secret Kiss
  • Author: Alexia Praks
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 481
  • Format: ebook
  • FALLING FOR SAKURA is the story of Caucasian Japanese Sakura, her journey to finding herself, and her torn love for two very different brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton When orphan Sakura once again meets the billionaire gorgeous brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton, forbidden feelings are awakened and old flame ignites Orphan Sakura is accustomed to being rejecFALLING FOR SAKURA is the story of Caucasian Japanese Sakura, her journey to finding herself, and her torn love for two very different brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton When orphan Sakura once again meets the billionaire gorgeous brothers, Sebastian and Darcy Princeton, forbidden feelings are awakened and old flame ignites Orphan Sakura is accustomed to being rejected, hated, bullied, and unloved When she is adopted by the wealthy Princeton family, she works hard to earn her new siblings trust and love Her endeavor, however, ultimately leads to a series of unfortunate incidents Now years later, the twenty three year old beauty dreads the moment she once again has to meet the drop dead gorgeous brothers, due to arrive for their cousin s wedding Dodging their very presence is next to impossible since the brothers, who have forgotten who she is entirely, are attracted to her like moths to a flame and thwart her escapes at every turn This, of course, leads to ungodly, tempting situations, awakens forbidden feelings, and ignites old flames that have been suppressed and laid dormant for many years When she finds them competing for her NOT for her sisterly affection, which she still deeply craves, but for her love as a woman she is torn between Sebastian Princeton, the brother who loves her and watches over her from a distance, and Darcy Princeton, the brother who was once her best friend and now secretly yearns for her forgiveness and her love once again.

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    1. 4 CHERRY BLOSSOM STARSThis is a sweet read packed with enough feels and seven lovable brothers, you'll have plenty of swoon-worthy moments!I'm on a roll! I'm digging the reverse harem thingy since last month. Since this book was free from Kindle, I grabbed the chance! (Edit: Based from Alexia Praks' newsletter, A Secret Kiss is still free to download on , iBooks, B&N, Google, Kobo and Smashwords.) I admit that when I started this book, I was a little apprehensive.Sakura was left at an orpha [...]

    2. The synopsis gave me an idea of an interesting read yet it's the opposite. The heroine was constantly being chased around by 7 love sick puppies it's not cute. It was at first until it started bugging me. Having the heroine as a weak young woman who can't even defend herself from bullies was annoying as hell. She often put herself in 'accidental' situations that hardly make sense like really? The characters are bunch of adults yet they're acting like silly kids. Sorry but I'm not looking forward [...]

    3. I am a wattpad supporter. So I really wanted to like this book. At some points I did and it had some funny parts. I loved Logan's funny comments.However most of all this book frustrated me so much and for the most part of it. For one, all brothers falling for her seemed so unrealistic. And all chasing after her.cially Conrad. I get he was twenty but he was too much. And then I felt no romance whatsoeverah I understand they felt frustrated and couldn't admit their feelings but I felt like I had b [...]

    4. My first DNFI was gonna end up hating it soDNF 32%What I got from what I read:-Sakura has "super-hot breasts" (?). I don't know about you but I. DON'T. CARE. ABOUT. BREASTS.-Besides that, guess what? She's beautiful, so, SO very beautiful How unusual-She's clumsier than Bella Swan (if that's even possible)-The tiniest interaction with a guy caused the rise of heat in her womanhood.-The guys: They're rich and handsome. Again, how unusual Oh, and they're obsessed with Sakura. But that's it.No othe [...]

    5. After reading the blurb, I wanted desperately to start the book. It was cute at first, but then it just started getting too unrealistic for my liking. 7 guys, who are brothers might I add, liking the same girl who just happened to be their adoptive sister who they had forgotten about? What is this? How is that even realistic? And also, how is it that every single guy might I add wants her? I could tell help but roll my eyes as I struggled to finish this book.

    6. There is so much about this book to unpack. By the end of this I had about 10 pages of bullet points of every sentence/detail/happening/etc. that worked to chip away at my ability to feel very positively about this book. So let's just get the basics out of the way: the editing job was a bit shoddy (I found multiple grammar issues), the writing was juvenile in a narrative 3rd person, it read more like someone explaining in detail the synopsis of an anime rather than a fleshed out story, and it wa [...]

    7. The characters were so childish. I don't even know how I finished this. I really hated not finishing books so that is the main reason I kept going. The only okay character was the father and Conrad. But Sakura was 23, almost 24 (my current age), and I just felt like she was 13. I used to read a lot of Wattpad books a couple of years ago so I'm used to the cheesy writing and stuff but these characters were not believable at all. The sisters tried to kill her like twice and all they got was a slap [...]

    8. I think this is a FABULOUS read! 5 stars plus plus plusIf you are a fan of romantic Japanese manga, you will love this. I had always wanted to read a plot like this in an English novel,so when I read the blurb, I knew I would absolutely love this book. I did!Can't wait for the rest of the trilogy. <3 Stalking :DI even changed my username profile because of this book.

    9. It had a good story line but the writing was rushed and it felt like she was telling me not showing me. I don't know if that makes any sense to anyone else but I have no idea how else to describe it. I read it all and I liked it but I don't think I'll continue reading the series.

    10. *I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review* Sakura, orphaned at Queen Mary Orphanage on St. Joseph Island since she was a wee baby, is the trilogy's sweet, independent, exotically beautiful inside-and-outside heroine. After the orphanage burnt down one fateful day, she was adopted by the wealthy and prominent Princeton family. Sakura's feisty, learning to swim so she doesn't sink, and on a self-discovery journey to find her biological mother and perhaps even romantic lov [...]

    11. Sakura was left as a baby on the doorstep of the orphanage. Because of her unusual looks kids were always mean to her. But all she ever wished for was a family that will love her. And one day her wish came true. Well, partly. Sakura was adopted by James and Brenda into a Princeton family, which consisted of seven boys - Nicolas, Sebastian, Tristan, Logan, Hayden, Darcy, Conrad - and their sister Alaina. But Tara, a girl from her orphanage was also adopted there, and she always hated Sakura, accu [...]

    12. A RH book. A sort of Snow White meets Cinderella. Only the seven dwarves are seven hot, very tall brothers, Snow (Sakura) is half Japanese, their adopted sister and Cinderella's ugly sisters are Snow's (Sakura's) adopted sisters with their mean girlfriend as possibly the wicked stepmother!The story is a rollercoaster of emotion and drama against the backdrop of organising Sakura's best friend Mary's wedding. Everyone meets up again for this occasion after a long absence and the brothers are shoc [...]

    13. Falling for Sakura was an exciting read that immediately captured my attention when I first saw the book cover. It's the story of a half-Caucasian and half-Japanese orphan girl who is adopted by the wealthy Princeton couple. She is taken to their home where she meets the seven Princeton brothers. Later, they become her love interest and each try to vy for her attention. If you like to read manga and enjoy a love harem, I recommend to you Falling for Sakura.I like Nicholas the older brother who i [...]

    14. Another amazing book by the romantic author. I loved the character and this book is beautiful in its own way. You have to read this

    15. One girl being chased around by seven men. The girl falls in love with two of them. And what's worse is that they are her adopted brothers. Bullshit. That's what this book is filled with. 0.5 stars

    16. I liked the book although one complaint is that Sakura really annoyed me since I felt she was very weak willed however I am curious as to how the love triangle will turn out, I support Sebastian :)

    17. Amazing a book with amazing feelings involved, makes me want to never keep the book down. But unfortunately the book had to end.

    18. It seems that a lot of people liked this book, but I actually found that it was extremely poorly written and rather hard to get through. It feels extremely rough for something that is going to be published into a multi-part series, and the unpolished feelig of this book leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Right from the start the dialouge is choppy and repetitive, and it becomes apparent very early on that both the characters and the storyline lack any real substance.Almost every bad reverse harem f [...]

    19. Not worth it For many reasons I didn’t particularly enjoy this book. One of the reason being that the writing is, at best, mediocre. Although there are no blatant grammar issues, the writing leaves something to be desired in terms of complexity. It just left me wanting.Another reason would have to be the characters. Sakura is essentially a perfect human being that makes every guy that sees her fall in love immediately. She’s successful and can do pretty much everything: she can cook amazingl [...]

    20. I definitely find this book a HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT. Firstly, when i saw the review for this book wasn't that good, I didn't want to believe it. This is because I come to like some of the author's novels. So, I gave it a shot and turns out it's shitty. From the beginning, I don't mind the female lead pathetic-ness. I was like, “it’s okay, she will grow from the life lesson I hope.” but NOOOO. She is pathetic from the start to the end. Not only that, her fickle mindedness on who she loves pis [...]

    21. I've never rolled my eyes so much while reading a book. In theory, it seemed like an interesting concept, but the end result was full of flaws. I tried to overlook grammar errors and repetitive passages with over-used words, even the strange (i.e. antiquated) speech patterns. I think at some point I started to dislike every single character, except maybe Mary. I mostly felt sorry for Conrad who was always treated like a child or a pet--he's 20 years old but treated like he's 12. The two main bro [...]

    22. I'm not gonna lie, I couldn't finish it. Sakura was way to immature and to soft. She didn't stand up for her self and was pushed over all the time. I disliked how the sisters were to her and how they caused so much pain growing up. I could deal with emotional pain, but the physical pain and almost causing people to die is crazy. Now if there was proper punishment for the those actions, cool, but there wasn't.I tried multiple times to finish this book, but couldn't get past 65%.

    23. I seriously think the writing will be better if the writer omitted repetition of sentences like "he/she cooked its head" and "she licked her lips" it's rather annoying to read the same over and over. Aside from that, the story written is good. This is a kind of modern fairy tale romance that I like. A kind-hearted beautiful girl and her seven gorgeous adoptive brothers. I vote for Sebastian Princeton :) and can't wait to read the following book.

    24. Ugh I don't know why I even read it. So sakura doesn't even know what she wants. She's such a big time damsel in distress . It's such a gross story line. She's so beautiful everyone wants her. God incest relationships yuck gosh it was the worst read of 2017 so far

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