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- Print Length: 290 pages
- Publication Date: July 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072TXK2KN
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What happens when you spend time in an on-call room with a hot doctor, you get a baby in the oven. And the man is a mystery because they never exchanged names. Sarah who is accident prone finds herself pregnant with his child. It's a small world, she became friends with her clients children. Being on bed rest, she is able to get her designs complete. She has daily interaction via text and calls to her client, Jensen. They become friends over the phone. And even though they never seen each other, they both look forward to speaking to one another and love forms. But when her water breaks, she calls her friend/client who happens to be a doctor. Jensen comes to Sarah's aid. But when they finally see each other the first time, the one night stand turns out to be the client.
Jensen's life revolves around his two kids. With the twins mother walking out when they were just babies, he is very selective who they are around. With a close bond, it's just him and the kids. But when he does go out, he does the one night stand. He doesn't want a relationship and makes that known. But when he had one amazing night in the on-call room, that night is burned in his memory. Jensen keeps imagining the blonde bombshell and wished he did things different with her. With his home being renovating, he looks forward to talking his designer, Sarah.
At the beginning I didn't care for Jensen with his one night stand ways. I didn't like the man. But once the two realized who each other were, I saw Jensen turn into a real man. He breathed for Sarah and their new child. The love that Sarah had for his two grown children made Jensen love Sarah even more. They were in love.
I highly recommend reading the two other series to get a better understanding of characters.
Received arc for an honest review
This is Sarah's story, and I'm glad to see her find her love. She's been feeling left out because Abby met Cash, and Max and Reagan are together. When she goes on bed rest, Max insists that Sarah stay with his family (Reagan and her nephew), and she becomes close to Reagan. Jensen is a terrific father to his twins, and has raised them almost single-handedly since their mother walked out when they were 2. While I like him, sometimes he needs a swift kick in the rear - he's just a bit too alpha at times, not willing to compromise, and tries to take over with Sarah and the baby, after she dealt with her pregnancy alone. There's a lot of drama when you get so many personalities together, and this book is no exception. Sarah's parents don't approve of much, and are a little too bossy, and not willing to play nice with Jensen's parents. When Jensen's ex-wife shows up looking for the kids, they try to figure out how to work it out, except for her buttinsky cousin Robin, who threatens to take the children away. Jensen's parents and his GramGram are wonderful people, so accepting of whatever life throws at them, working as a team to make things work for Jensen and his kids OMG those twins - smart, loving, caring, and they fall in love with Sarah and the baby before they know about their relationship to her. Just like the other books, the bigger circle of friends is what makes this little part of the world go round. Some of them are related, either by blood or marriage, some of them have know each other for years, some are new to the group, but they all care so much for each other.
You could probably read this book without having read the first three book. I believe that having read the others first will give a better understanding of the characters and their relationships. One more book in this series...
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
So where do I start? I loved the characters; they were real people with real problems. Some I could identify with and some I couldn’t. But I think I appreciated most about the characters were how they related to each other. They may not all have been family in the traditional sense, but they were family because of the way they related to each other. I wished I had friends like that when I was growing up.
As Long As You Love Me is Jensen and Sarah’s story and a beautiful story it was, even though there were plenty of hurdles for them to jump before they reached the finish line. Those hurdles certainly caused a few stumbles for both of them, but they didn’t stop me cheering them both on to reach their HEA.
I love it when I finish reading a book hoping that the author will write another book in the series and that’s how I finished As Long As You Love Me. By the way, I also had a smile on my face.
Written by Karen from A Thousand Lives Book Blog