Give Me Fever
Jackson Noveau left behind his Cajun roots to make a better life for him and his new bride in New York City. But his drive for success drove the love of his life away. Six years later, Jackson has the opportunity to take his hot sauce company global. All he has to do is buy back the family farm. Unfortunately, the new owner isn’t impressed by his hands...more
~ 3.5 stars ~
Give me Fever was a fun and light second-chance romance. The couple think they are divorced but because of technicalities it was never finalized. Jackson comes back to his hometown to get a deal done: buy back the family farm. However, he doesn't know that this farm belongs to his wife. I loved the banter between them, and Jessa definitely knew how to handle Jackson. I think the two of them striking a deal was a great way for them to reconnect without them jumping right back into be ...more
Rating: ★★★★✬ (4.5/5 Stars)
Title: Give Me Fever
Author(s): Jasmine Lockhart, Arielle Lockhart
― Jessalynn “Jessa” Noveau: Twenties, Brunette
― Jackson Noveau: Twenties, Brunette/Black, Hazel Eyed
Setting: Fever, Louisiana
Tag(s): Romance, Contemporary
Content Rating: PG-13
POV: Third Person
Smexy Level: Warm
― “Passion like ours doesn’t just disappear, Jessalynn.”
― “Come on, Jessalynn. Are you really going to tell me you’re done with us? That this is it? The end of us?” ...more
Story Line: Jessa and Jackson were high school sweethe ...more
The debut release by the sister writing duo did not disappoint!! This small town, big heart, second chance romance was great, the main and secondary characters were well written, the story line was solid and captured my attention as I devoured it page by page.
Jessa and Jackson are like fire and ice together, though they are exes their chemistry is undeniable and sparks to life every time they are within close proximity.
I love Jessa also! She's a bit if a spitfire and a breat ...more
Give Me Fever is a bit spicy, a lot sweet, and maybe just a tad...dirty. 😉 okay, so my pepper innuendo is a bit lame but this book has bite. With a sassy, spicy heroine to keep the heat up, it's no wonder the town is called Fever.
Give Me Fever checks a lot of boxes:
Just a few of the ways to sell this book and that doesn't even include the heat. Give Me Fever is sweet, sexy, and just the perfect amount of peppers. I hope to see more of the fam ...more
I was excited for this book from the get go because it’s set in my home state. I wasn’t disappointed either! Louisiana has a rich culture and it was fun seeing a lot of that come out in the story. It’s set in south Louisiana down near Houma in a small town named Fever. I had to laugh at a lot of the little things that popped up that I could relate to that the rest of the world probably couldn’t. LIKE crawfishing out of my pond. But, I think that’ll make it even more interesting for the ...more
I absolutely loved this small town second chance romance. It was well planned, funny, swoony and the town's characters were hilarious. This book had me wanting to book a flight to Fever, just to witness this little ol town or something like it. Beyond that, the writing is developed and clear, engaging and emotional. Very well done. I can't wait to read another Lockhart sister book. ...more
in so many ways. The passion, love , compromise, understanding. All the feelings
and emotions. This book won't let you down and be prepared for some heart
Jessa and Jackson have amazing chemistry and their story keeps you fervently reading, constantly wanting to find out what will happen next. I loved how hot headed and stubborn they both were, despite the magnetic pull they had towards each ...more
This book is gripping and holds no bars with emotions. It’s a long journey for Jackson and Jessa. But it’s one that can’t be avoided. And thankfully we get to ride that train.
After being MIA for six years, Jackson returns to his hometown. When he arrives he gets a heck of surprise in ...more
Jackson needs to buy back his family farm that he uses to buy his peppers for his ketchup. The problem? The man who owns it won’t sell. He doesn’t want to but he is gonna have to go home and face his past to get what he wants.
Returning home has changed both their worlds. Finding out they ...more
It’s cute small town romance. It might not win a Pulitzer or change the world, but it does what it’s supposed to do: entertain. The characters are like-able and have good chemistry.
A few plot points could be worked out better, and there were some missed opportunities to add depth to the two MCs, but overall not bad.
If you like contemporary romance featuring Cajun-style charm and good sexual tension, then this book is for you!