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Adam (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Adam is a twin (as a Mom to twins I have a soft space in my heart for charactwrs who are twins) and older brother to Bailey. Bailey and Ryder's romance might be thawing out the feud between the Tuckers and Westbrooks. He has made a bet with his twin and nothing will stop him from making his bunkhouse remodel happen. Jadyn might be the perfect person to help him with his vision.
Adam is a character I could love from the first page. I felt for his personal pain, and I could agree with his caution with the mysterious designer.
Jadyn as a character was hard for me to embrace. Not only was she guarded with Adam, but I felt she was guarded with the readers too.
My favorite part the continuity with book 1, it is so good.
I am working hard to read the new title each week....what a great idea
The backdrop of this story is a town called Eagle Ridge where Adam came home to after leaving the Coast Guard. He is in the process of refurbishing an old boat house into a retreat center for troubled youth and is desperately in need of some design assistance. This is where Jadyn enters the picture. She has come to Eagle Ridge to live "under the radar" and ends up applying for the job as the interior designer on Adam's project.
But all is not as it seems to Adam and he is not sure Jadyn is who she says she is.He reluctantly allows her to join him on the project... his wariness about her keeps his defenses up but as he begins to unravel her story, he finds himself falling for her.
The suspense builds as their defenses weaken and Jadyn's past finds its way to Eagle Ridge. The story is well written and the ending is satisfying. I like how this book is tied to the first book and I anticipate the remaining 5 books will follow suit. It was a quick read.. one I am sure you will enjoy.
2nd in a contemporary romance series, 7 Brides For 7 Soldiers, each by a different author.
The background for the friendships of the 7 go back to high school detention. They are now men returned from serving, still friends helping each other, slightly emotionally wounded. Finding a significant other helps them heal and find an everlasting love.
Adam saved many lives in his service of the Coast Guard, but the one he lost had a career ending impact. The questions Jane asked for decorating inspiration hit too close to home. But he finds himself wanting to tell her the story. And he won’t let her hide either. He wants to know her secrets and hidden pain so they can heal together.
A great romance with a touch of suspense. I really liked Jane. She was hard hitting, soft hearted, cheerful in the face of her aloneness, and generous. I did not care for Adam’s pushing to know the secrets that could have harmed her in their being revealed.
A lot of emotional depth in these characters.
Adam is Book 2 in the series. I did not read the first one involving Adam’s sister and Ryder. I am a big Roxanne St. Clair fan and I wasn’t disappointed.
We follow Adam who is a former Coast Guard rescue swimmer on a mission to create a camp for troubled youth. Reasons for his dream are intertwined with his reason that he left the Coast Guard. He is trying to win a bet made with his twin brother to finish the boathouse before the summer season begins.
What Adam needs is a designer to made his dream come true. Enter Jadyn McAllister (aka Jane) who happens to have secrets of her own for being in Eagle’s Ridge. Adam hires Jadyn even though he senses she is keeping things from him.
Roxanne St. Clair brings Adam and Jadyn alive. You come to care about both Adam and Jadyn. You want Adam to be able to finish his boathouse and fulfill his dream of a camp for children at risk. While you want to tell Jadyn to trust Adam, you learn about her background and understand why she wants to protect herself.
I wanted to go hiking and kayaking with Adam and Jadyn to see Eagle’s Ridge. The rich history of Eagle’s Ridge is what inspired Jadyn’s vision of Adam’s boathouse. While part of a series, you can read this as a standalone.