Effortless - S.C. Stephens


By S.C. Stephens

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-08-16
  • Book Genre: New Adult
  • Author: S.C. Stephens
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,238 Ratings)

Effortless S.C. Stephens read online review & book description:

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author S.C. Stephens comes the new adult series everyone is talking about—and a love triangle you won’t forget.

After being caught in the middle of a love triangle that led to a devastating betrayal, Kiera pledged to learn from the mistakes she’d made. She was determined to never again inflict that kind of pain on anyone, especially the soulful, talented man who held her heart. But life offers new challenges for every relationship, and when Kiera’s love is put to the ultimate test, will it survive? Love is easy…trust is hard.

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Posted Reviews

  • Love these books!!

    By meg1977
    Couldn't put these books down. Love all 3 of them.
  • Not as good as the first one

    By Nwkab
    The first one in the series was awesome. The second not so much. It was still good but the entire book was about how hot he was and how unworthy she was. It got old the constant back and forth between her and her ex. It was like a long drawn out P.S.from book#1
  • Fantastic

    By Trimblet
    Love Kiera and Kellan. Great book and evolution of their relationship.
  • It's hard to say

    By Myrt50
    First of the story 3 stars. Middle 2 stars. The end 4 1/2 stars. I have to admit I hated Kiera in Thoughtless she was a selfish, spoiled, thoughtless little girl. I had to make myself finish the book. I so wanted to choke her. I also reluctantly started Effortless thinking I've gotta try and I'm glad I did Kiera has matured so much. I was really happy although I did skip through some of the thought process of the story because it was sooooo long at times. I'm looking forward to Reckless to see how Kiera and Kellan grow. Also to see what happens with Anna and Griffin. One sentence in the book clicks everything into place for me cause I'm constantly telling this to my husband. (It was like watching a movie in my head, one I wish I could stop sometimes, as it was painful.) This sums up all books for me. So, thank you S. C. Stephens. I look forward to future stories.
  • Much better than the first book in the series

    By RSX-E
    Thankfully this book was much better than Thoughtless- the author definitely made some serious improvements in writing style. I absolutely could not stand Thoughtless- I found it painfully slow and the main character came off as totally unlikeable. That was not the case with this book. I'm glad I gave the series another chance because this book was very enjoyable. Little lengthy, and not the fastest read, but I overall enjoyed it.
  • Spectacular

    By Sherrbear123
    I've never read a book that totally capture and allured you in, that the story felt so real. The love, confusion, torment, sadness was so captivating. The writer did a fabulous job at consuming all of your attention.
  • Awesome

    By Hq714
    Love love love love this book!
  • Drawn out

    By Cl9800
    Good read but felt it was really drawn out, same as the first one.
  • Effortless

    By graunke34
    Great read!
  • Great Romance and funny!

    By Ox73
    I loved this book! Much better than the first. I fell in love with Kellan and Kiera, flaws and all. All the characters were lovable and helped enrich the reading experience. I laughed out loud, grinned goofily, cringed with hurt for them. This book is why I love reading-- to find gems like this!

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