This was the probably the heaviest book in the series, yet it attacked the topics at hand with a soft touch that kept with the sweet lightheartednessThis was the probably the heaviest book in the series, yet it attacked the topics at hand with a soft touch that kept with the sweet lightheartedness of the others. Sam had been my favorite since the first book and I couldn’t wait to see him happy and honestly even before Luke’s book Anything But Love I knew he should be with Rachel (Rae). When I first heard about Harper I just knew she was going to be his HEA and boy was I right. They were perfect and funny and sweet and I can’t help but sigh when I think about that rugged heartwarming father falling in love with Harper. I know the stories plot was a bit wild but that made it even greater because it wasn’t like Sam at all. This book was different thought because we got a side small story letting us know that Adam would be okay and I was so happy, but I kind of wish he would have gotten his own book. There was mention of Nash but it didn’t set up like the others and I sitting on pins and needles because I need Nash’s book. I mean, I JUST GOTTA HAVE IT!!!...more
This was another book in this series that I devoured in no time at all because I couldn’t help but keep reading. I mean it, I couldn’t put this book dThis was another book in this series that I devoured in no time at all because I couldn’t help but keep reading. I mean it, I couldn’t put this book down or the others for that matter. This story had a wonderful set up in Rocky and Jayce’s book, The Trouble with Love. This was a funny light read, despite the heavy topics. I enjoyed all of it and even though this has the least pages of all the books in the series so far it packed a great punch. The set up for Sam’s book was so good and once again Beth Ciotta did a great job intertwining the characters so that you didn’t feel you lost out on anything. ...more
I haven’t devoured a book this quickly in a long time, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book and I was not disappointed. This was a sweet, funnI haven’t devoured a book this quickly in a long time, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book and I was not disappointed. This was a sweet, funny, and wonderful read.
I rooted for these two since book one and I was rewarded with a great love story. I loved Rocky’s stubborn streak and her boldness. She was a perfect fit for Jayce, and I have to say that I am sucker for the bothers best friend and little sister stories because they always make for a great and funny read.
The way the author wove in Luke’s story setting up the next book was wonderful and how she still gave us insight to Chloe and Dev was even better. This book was really well thought out and I loved it . ...more
This was my first attempt at reading a Lynn Michael's book, and I loved it. I got exactly want I wanted to get out of a book, which is to be left withThis was my first attempt at reading a Lynn Michael's book, and I loved it. I got exactly want I wanted to get out of a book, which is to be left with a happiness over reading it and a gut deep feeling; no matter what the feeling is; over a character. The worst thing in the world is to me, is to walk away from a book once done with it having no feeling at all. I would rather hate a book over being impartial to it, which is the exact opposite of how I felt about this book when I finished that last page at 4 am in the morning. In fact it was that exact moment I wanted to pick up the phone and call my really good friend Nikki and tell her how much I NEEDED her to read this book.
I know going into any romance novel that the timeline will be unrealistic, so I never factor that in, that being said I found this story-line to be very relatable. I connected to Cydney Parrish very much, and often times felt that the author has somehow snuck into my life to get her notes on what it is to be invisible. Cydney was complex and strong to those on the outside looking in, she didn’t take crap, and was fiercely loyal. Yet, her family walked all over her and treated like family service provider. I can’t say that I haven’t loved or identified with a heroine before, but I can say that I don’t believe that I have ever rooted so hard for one as I did Cydney Parrish.
At first I didn’t know what to make of Angus Munroe, he wasn’t your typical Alpha Male, and in fact some of him seemed almost Omega like. He had weakness and he showed it, sadness and he shared it, and pain that needed medical attention. But, despite all of that he was an Alpha, I would almost say all of those things actually added up to him being the perfect kind of Alpha Male. Putting Cydney and Gus together, was brilliant, he pushed Cydney to be who she should have always been, and she helped bring the life he stopped living back. They had sparks (pheww!!!), and a real honest connection. I loved the fighting, and tempers, and misunderstanding.
Now for the rest of the characters, I hate with a passion fueled by a thousand suns Bebe, and no matter what she would of, could of, or did do will change that. The same goes for Gwen the sister, Fletch the father, or Georgette the mother. They were all great characters, which is why I hated them. The only shining light of the inner family characters was Herb. I loved him and thought he was too good for Georgette.
The rest of the secondary characters like, the sheriff, Elvin and his sister Louella. You absolutely cannot leave out Maimi, she was great. ...more