- File Size: 2646 KB
- Print Length: 330 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Velvet Pen Books (November 21, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 21, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0H8ROK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,971 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Beautiful Fall (Beautiful Rivers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This is the second book in the Beautiful Rivers series and I have a feeling I'm going to love this series just as much as I loved her original Firework Girls books. The more I'm drawn into the Rivers family, the more I want to hear about them. I love the relationship they have, and it makes my heart happy to read about them. Brett and Lizzy are perfect together. Their relationship feels like it's coming from a genuine place. You don't wonder why they are together, you KNOW why they are together. And can we swoon for a minute over how sweet Brett is with his son. Dads that are great with their kids make me happy.
This book does end with a perfect happily ever after. I was all smiles and happy tears at the end. Nothing better. While the romance does have a happy ending, there is a subplot that is left as a cliffhanger. No worries though, because the next book comes out tomorrow. I'll definitely be reading it.
I discovered this author from a previous series-the Firecracker Girls. I think the first book in the story was free and then I was hooked so I kept reading the whole series. What a great decision!
This series doesn't disappoint either!
Oh my goodness! I thought she would have wrung all the tears out if us in the first book of the series Beautiful Mine, but nope there were still plenty of emotions for me in this book.
I love the flow of how she writes, there is no awkward dialogue, and the ability to know the people and circumstances from previous books without it reading like she just copied and pasted the previous story is a great storyteller in my opinion.
I think I loved Lizzy and Brett as much as I loved Connor and Whitney-usually I have a favorite couple in a series, but I'm not sure I'm going to be able to have a favorite if she keeps writing characters this well. I loved how even though there were some insecurities on both Brett and Lizzie's parts from previous relationships, the author gave them the ability to push through. And his mother . . . . well, any woman who can push past her own feelings towards a person who has caused her so much grief and embrace the growing feelings she has for the man in her life with such grace, well that just good storytelling.
Hmmmm . . . . .the mystery that is going to unfold in the next book has me hooked already, can't wait!.
Elizabeth didn't really stand out to me in book 1 but that makes sense since it was Connor's story (and I loved him). In this story Elizabeth's struggling to develop/rehab some private cottages and add it to her family's top of the line hotel. It was refreshing to see a smart, intelligent woman be confident in her business decisions. What was a little troubling was that confidence didn't seem to necessarily translate to her personal life. This woman is smart, sharp, and squared away yet she seemed to have a lost girl quality to her when it came to her love life. Maybe it was a reflection on the abrupt loss of her parents who she loved and was extremely close to.
Then there's the sexy man who can build things while competently and lovingly taking care of his young son. I'm a sucker for that man always. I enjoyed the fact that Brett wanted to succeed in his business, take care of his son, and wanted his ex-wife to get it together for his son no matter how badly she'd hurt him during their marriage.
The passion and chemistry between Elizabeth and Brett was realistic and I liked them together. What I didn't love was Brett seemed to place Elizabeth second a lot (which I understand with a young child) and kept her and his son separated for too long. I felt like that played into Elizabeth's relationship insecurities and she deserved better than that from Brett who was really a good guy.
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