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One Funeral

(No Weddings #2)

4.06  ·  Rating details ·  221 ratings  ·  87 reviews
The stakes climb higher in this second book in the No Weddings Series for Hannah Martin, a woman restrained by her past, and Cade Michaelson, the man who could help set her free.

I’m drawn to Cade as he charms his way into more of my life and offers me something I truly haven’t ever had: a friend. Yet his humor, patience, and drop-dead sexiness take my breath away, and I k
Paperback, 236 pages
Published September 29th 2014 by Kat Bastion with Stone Bastion
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Sep 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
A sweet romance with just the right amount of heat...

"You're the best thing I ever waited for."
What a fabulous sequel!

This is 'Flip POV' done right. Book one was written from Cade's POV & this book was written from Hannah's. I can only assume that the authors will continue alternating POVs as the series continues. This is a HUGE risk to take, and I know of more than one series which has tanked (though I won't mention any names) after the POV was taken from a dynamic character and s
Aug 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing

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A fabulous story of a non-dating but committed relationship between two delightful characters set to a simmering slow burn that constantly threatens to boils over. This wonderfully sweet and patient courtship is a breath of fresh air in today’s world of instant gratification.

One funeral starts right where No Weddings left off when Cade and Hannah decide to take their friendship further. But there is a lot at stake and their past still has its ugly claws in
Crazy for Books (Stephanie)
ARC provided through NetGalley for an honest review.

4 Maestro Stars

The second book in the No Weddings series is told from Hannah Martin's POV. Hannah is struggling with taking her relations with Cade Michaelson to the next level. She doesn't trust her instincts after the disastrous ending to her relationship two years ago. If she didn't see what was going on back then, how can she trust her choices now.

Cade Michaelson is determined to be patient with Hannah. He not only wants to be her
Robin (Bridge Four)
Sep 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

”We’re caught in each other’s gravity.”

No Weddings was told exclusively from Cade’s PoV and now in One Funeral we get a glimpse into Hannah’s mind as the next section of the story is exclusively from her PoV picking up right at that incredible kiss from the first book.

Cade and Hannah definitely have smoldering chemistry between them, they also have trust issues the size of an elephant that they need to deal with. In another novel the status quo would be to create emotion angst throu
Dirty Dayna
Nov 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Nondating Stars
*book given by author for honest review*
One Funeral is from Hannah’s POV. And eek it was just sweet as candy! And ATTENTION!! WE HAVE SEX. I REPEAT. WE HAVE SEX!
This book ventures into their relationship becoming stronger. I have to say having most issues be refered to therapy dragged it on and I thought more would be revealed from the therapy sessions.
In this book Hannah is officially the girlfriend and my love of Kincaid must not be so verbalized id hate to see Hanna
Elle aka Leftie aka Shoebelle
What can I say, this is one long foreplay of a story, and an extremely long one at that, if you count the first book. In all honesty, this would've frustrated the crap out of me under normal circumstances, when the whole book is pure build-up to the sexy time, which literally happened in the last 5% (ok, plus a bit of a teaser somewhere in the mid-80% mark).

It's totally character-driven, and that perhaps became the saving grace of this book for me. It's the h's voice this time, and I'm complete
Loving this series! It just keeps getting better, this book as written in Hannah's point of view and we continue with a slow build up!
Given Hannah's history and her fear of opening her heart to another the ever elusive first date is still elusive, but these two just spend more and more time together. The sexual tension continues to build between Cade and Hannah are quite witty when it comes to flirting and teasing each other! The author's have interspersed humor throughout that does not take a
loves 2 read romance
Sep 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley.
I love these books the first is told from Cade's point of you which was a change I really liked. This one is told from Hannah's and I enjoyed it but not as much as Cade's. I absolutely love that these characters are trying so hard for each other and that they are willing to do what it takes to make things work. This is a terrific series and I am anxious for the next book.
Sep 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed-2014
One Funeral was a marathon of simmering sexual tension! Cade and Hannah are trying to take their time to figure out exactly what they want their relationship to be. The physical attraction between them is tangible, but they both refuse to repeat the mistakes of the past. So they take it very slow and in the process deal with the lovable craziness of Cade’s family.

Kat and Stone even made me look at a supply closet in a whole new light!
Sep 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
4.5 Stars...Cade and Hannah are so adorable in this! Cade is the most patient man in the world, I believe. As Cade and Hannah...mainly Hannah in this one...heal from their disaster-laced past relationships, I was amazed at how close two people could become without having sex. It makes the intimacy at the end all the more worth it. Warning: witty banter abounds:) On to the next in the series...
Oct 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
Hannah and Cade

This one is told from Hannah's pov. Very slow moving and sweet relationship. I'm ready for the next one!

btw, I review for FV and the ads this couple submitted were what made me buy these books.
Laura Greenwood
Aug 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...

I received a copy of One Funeral from Netgalley in exchange for my review.

Having decided to take things as slowly as she needs, Cade and Hannah have still shared scorching kisses, and Hannah can't wait for more. In between dinners with Cade and his friends, working for Invitation Only and her cupcake business, Hannah finds that she and Cade are becoming used to each others company, and has no problem with that. Visiting a therapist, s
JB's Book Obsession - Jennifer
This is book two in the No Weddings series by Kat and Stone Bastion. We fell in love with Cade Michaelson and his charming ways in No Weddings. Now we get to read the continuing journey of this emotionally damaged couple from Hannah’s POV. One Funeral is a slow burn that leads up to an explosive climax that is well worth the wait.

Hannah is drawn to Cade Michaelson like she has never been drawn to anyone before. He makes her want to forget her past mistakes and heart break and dive head first int
May 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I am thrilled to share this next review! I recently finished reading One Funeral (No Weddings #2) by the dynamic duo Kat and Stone Bastion. I absolutely floved this book!

One Funeral picks up right where No Weddings ends. I love it when authors continue their stories this way. I couldn’t wait to read more about Hannah and Cade. In One Funeral, Hannah and Cade are still working out their previous relationship woes. Both have been heartbroken in the past and are slowly learning to trust and love ag
Jeannie Zelos
Sep 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
One Funeral, Kat Bastion with Stone Bastion
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So, the first book, great fun, sensual and interesting and I was keen to get on to part two. I was pretty sure that as it took til the end of the first book before Cade and Hannah got to actually kiss, and what a kiss that was.....( should that be just three dots?) that there wasn’t going to be steamy sex right from the off in this one. I was right, but what I really enjoyed is how Kat and Stone have made a sexy and
Sep 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

In One Funeral, you can find the descriptions of people and places will get really detailed. However instead of getting to the point of boredom with these descriptions, the authors add some kind of spin to them that makes them interesting or just the way Hannah sees things is interesting. I really enjoyed all of the descriptions and felt that I could see everything in my head.

One Funeral, instead of being in Cade's perspective was
Rin ♔

“You’re the best thing I’ve ever waited for.”

I got a copy from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

One Funeral continues where No Weddings left off. This time, it was told in Hannah's POV.

This time, Cade and Hannah decided to 'non-date,' they were together but not officially since they're not yet prepared to take the relationship step yet. Hannah and Cade face their demons with professional help while they're also knowing more about each other.

I admired them that they actually we
Nicole Peterson
Aug 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
**Originally Posted on my blog Skeleton Key Reviews**

One Funeral is the second installment to Kat and Stone’s series No Weddings. I must say I really am enjoying the series so far. No twitchy peen in this book. I was kinda looking forward to it, LOL! Where things were from Cade’s point of view in No Weddings, Hannah’s is in One Funeral. Where Cade had a twitchy peen Hannah seems to have a problem with her melting panties/thong. Not that one would blame her wi
Teri Beth
Sep 23, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc-netgally
ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley.

I am so enjoying this series! It's fun and flirty and sweet and sexy. We're getting to see a relationship from the beginning grow and change as the couple handles hurdles together and their relationship progresses. One Funeral picks right up where No Weddings left us. And we soon see Cade and Hannah go from their first date to therapy to non-dating and more. While No Weddings was told from Cade's POV, Bastion switched it up this time giving us Hannah's ins
Overall rating: 4.5 stars!

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My review:

This is a continuation to Hannah and Cade's love story from No Weddings. In this next installment, both Cade and Hannah are trying to overcome their fears from previous heartbreak to embark on a non-dating to "going steady" status in thei
Nov 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Okay, if there was an overload of sexual tension in No Weddings, One Funeral blew that overload right through the a very...good...way. You can feel everything continue to build between Cade and Hannah, taking everything to an unbelievable high until you know there's nothing else that can happen except combustion. And no matter how frustrated you might get along the way, take my word for it-it is SO worth it.

We get to see more and more into both Cade and Hannah's characters, and this ti
Oct 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: hot-romance
Cade and Hannah start right off where No Weddings ends however we hear Hannah's voice this time. No Weddings was Cade and it was a wonderful refreshing voice. Now it's all about Hannah which was necessary to understand her relationship issues. Before you go further you need to read these books in order, sure you could jump in but you're missing the tension and feelings. Through Hannah we can see how she's learning to trust her decisions while having Cade as a best friend. They are easing into th ...more
Aug 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own, kindle, romance
Cade and Hannah's relationship just keeps getting better and better!

I so love how we saw Cade as the womanizing, playboy in the first book UNTIL he met Hannah. He knew that she was the one and was willing to wait for her until she was ready OR more precisely, until "THEY" were ready.

"And if we need to slow things down while we're figuring things out, I'm good with that. But I have a feeling we're already better than we think we are." - Cade

I LOVED how their relationship grew at a natural pace a
Heather andrews
Sep 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I loved Cade he was just so sexy, "that bike is a custom-built chopper, which I happen to love." He leaned down, his voice dropping lower. "But not nearly as much as I love having you wrapped around me on it." Oh Hannah always the blunt one, "I smiled, pushing at his arms with no real effort behind the gentle shove. "You're just horny with all the ti*s and a** on display." Cade when it comes to his girl nothing and no one stands in his way, "tonight, when I saw another guy interested in my girl, ...more
Sweet satisfaction!!!

I absolutely love the chemistry Hannah & Cade have together, they're both fun, witty and master flirts! Cade is turning out to be one helluva standup sexy guy and Hannah's an extremely passionate individual!

Both have made great gains in their personal lives, both have been able to move beyond their pasts (for the most part anyway) and have finally decided it's time to move forward together. What will their future have in store for them? I'm sure the Bastions will give them p
Sep 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
No Weddings was the first in the series and was told from Cade's POV. This story is told from Hannah's POV! It's a interesting switch off and I loved it!

This is a continuation of Hannah and Cade's story from No Weddings. In the end we left our favorite couple at a crossroads of sorts with tons of sexual tension just spilling off the pages! In this book we see the relationship from Hannah's side and how she is struggling to accept her demons so she can be in a healthy relationship with Cade.

Aug 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
So, I have to admit I didn't enjoy Hannah's POV as much as I did Cade's but this was still amazing. I am hooked on watching the slow progression of this relationship. And whew.....that ending HOT HOT HOT!! So, if you haven't gathered this picks up exactly from where the first left off. Hannah and Cade still have amazing chemistry and it was nice to read about a couple moving at a more relatable pace. Cade is truly amazing and we do get more of the Michaelson 3 but not near as much as I'd hoped. ...more
I received this book as an e-ARC free from Netgalley. Below is my review.

The second book in the No Weddings series is told from Hannah's POV. Her voice is a bit different from Cade's. For me, Hannah's POV wasn't as compelling as Cade's, but it was interesting the see things from her perspective and to see her vulnerabilities put on display.

As Hannah and Cade continue to struggle to come together without all the baggage from past mistakes, the find themselves needing a lot of help, a lot of pati
Aug 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: r2r
Review for NetGallery: I love Cade and Hannah. These two have had their hearts ripped to shredds and are coming to learn to trust each other. Cade suggested therapy, but Hannah told Cade he must go as well. YAY, Hannah. I know Cade feels he is the strong man, but he hopefully got something out of it as well. You just feel so much coming from the pages of these two characters and I loved how much Hannah has accepted and grown with Cade during this adventure they are on. I am glad she can be open ...more
Sep 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Finally! A little fire between these two! This was book 2 in the No Weddings series, but told from Hannah’s perspective! Hannah and Cade have been through a lot, and I’m totally rooting for them the entire time. I fell in love with Cade and Hannah even more in this second installment and really want them to continue moving forward! Big steps were taken in this book and I can only imagine what more is to come. This is an exceptional series. The characters are intriguing and easy to relate to. You ...more
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