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- File Size : 1180 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 204 pages
- ASIN : B07W89TM6K
- Publication Date : September 20, 2019
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #501,948 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What you get?...2 hot guys that didn’t know just how right they were for each other.
I really enjoyed this book as it was quick paced, full of lusty adventures, great family and friends and a few hometown secrets thrown in for good measure.
I would definitely recommend this book. Looking forward to meeting the rest of the gang.
Alex’s business partner scammed him for the tune of half a million dollars. His friend, Izzy, has the perfect solution. Marry her client, live with said client for 6 months, and get his half million back. Finn’s great aunt is a manipulative woman, but she loves him, she really does. Getting Finn out the house to meet someone new was not going to work while the artist hides himself away following the death of his wife several years ago. Marrying him off seems the perfect idea. When Finn and Alex come face to face at the courthouse, neither is expecting a man, but they go ahead. They can live with each other for 6 months and be done. But what happens when feelings get involved? When things begin to be REAL?
I thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed this start of a new series by Salinger! I LOVED the Nights series and I can see this new series growing on me too.
There is immediate attraction to Finn from Alex but while Finn acknowledges, to himself at least, that Alex is gorgeous, it takes time for the attraction to Alex to grow. Loved that it wasn’t immediate obvious to Finn, just what he might be feeling for Alex.
It’s not overly explicit, at least to start, but once these guys admit they want each other, and that Finn doesn’t seem to have a problem with that, they are all in! It does get a bit emotional, especially for Finn, when talking about his wife, and then to his great aunt about . . .things . . .and you feel sad for him, that he was never fully honest with himself. That his wife and his aunt saw, though, knocks him.
Glad the business partner gets his comeuppence!
I LOVED the wider group of friends that Alex comes home to! They are funny and I wonder if the series will evolve around them? I know Carter is next, who pops up here.
It didn’t take me long to read the 170 pages its billed as, just over 90 minutes, but it left me feeling that warm and fuzzie feeling I haven’t had from a book in a good long while.
So, thank you, Ms Salinger, for setting me up for a busy day at work, feeling that warm and fuzziness all day! I look forward to catching up with these guys should they pop up again in the series. * I hope they do!*
OH!!! There is a bit at the back of this book that gives the first chapter to One Night, which is the first in the Nights series. If you haven’t read those books, I STRONGLY recommend you do! I made a new shelf for them, and everything! And of course I read that little bit and then had to go back and read Cam and Gabe’s first book again. And NOW I wanna go back and read the whole damn series again! Be warned though, those books are HOT off the charts!
Ah sod it! I wrote 4 stars, then changed it to 5 then back to 4, but here you go!
5 warm and fuzzy, too stinking cute stars!
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It certainly isn’t insta-love. They go through some twists and turns, and they don’t like each other at all at first. I can’t blame Alex for not being particularly impressed with Finn. Finn is torturing himself with guilt for the way things ended with Catherine, and he’s torturing his liver with booze. While I’m generally in favor of alcohol, it’s not the best first impression to make on your new stranger-husband.
Fortunately, Alex is compassionate and patient, and thinks Finn is hot, and he is willing to help Finn work through whatever his issues are. Because Alex is a compassionate soul, he and Finn find their way to a happily ever after. And, in the end, I wanted them to. Alex is an emotionally satisfying book that I definitely needed to read this week.
There are a few issues I should probably bring up. For me, they didn’t necessarily diminish the quality of the book. Some people’s mileage may vary, and that’s okay.
I don’t want to give any spoilers away, but I will tell you that Finn has an issue that led to his guilt regarding his wife. The solution to this issue leads to their happily ever after, but some readers may be put off by the fact that asexuality was not mentioned as a possibility. It didn’t bother me, but I did kind of wonder if it might be the case at some point.
A couple of storylines, like Alex’s business partner, just kind of fizzle off into nothing. It’s kind of okay, I didn’t wind up needing them to be major plot points. (Murder would have been welcome, but that’s just me.) When the storyline with the business partner was resolved, I kind of stared at the page for a moment and said, you mean that’s it?
Like I said, these weren’t major issues for me. I found the book relaxing and soothing, and I think many readers will too. Both Alex and Finn wind up being likeable, the side characters are fun and interesting, and even the interfering aunt turns out to be kind of awesome.