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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Kim certainly knows how to write a book with a storyline you love and characters you fall in love with and begin to feel like old friends. She has packed quite the emotional punch into this book. I did have a few tears reading this but it also had some seriously hot and steamy scenes that made my kindle smoke and my cheeks blush.
Jace is a hot and sexy, emotionally broken and closed off man. He runs his own business and is raising his beautiful, cute, witty daughter Scarlett (who steals your heart with her cuteness) on his own after his wife died. He had met Hannah when they were at college and the chemistry between them was scorching hot, despite the fact that she was dating his best friend Ethan. They just fit together at college and when they were reunited.
I loved how the story was told from both their POV along with flashbacks to the past. You got to understand what had happened to lead them to this point, how they have always loved each other even back then. Even though their lives have changed and they have grown, their bond of friendship and their love has not changed. My heart broke for theses two with the pain they were going through when Jace was dealing with his feelings of guilt an betrayal in regards of his late wife. To go back to your first love, after losing your wife who you loved deeply, was hard for Jace. I just wanted to hug him, I could really feel his pain, guilt and love seep off the pages and under my skin.
I can't wait to see what happens next in this series. I am quite intrigued with Ethan after meeting him in Sexy Jerk and then seeing more of him in this book, I think his story will be very interesting.
This story is about Jace, who is Nick and Ethan's best friend, they go way back to college days, and Hannah, who just so happens to be a blast from their past. They all had gone to college together. While there, there's this crazy love triangle involving Jace, Ethan and Hannah. Jace meets Hannah first at a party, but can't find her afterward, and by the time he runs into her again she is dating Ethan. She is dating Ethan, but really wants Jace. Neither one of them knows how to go about it, so they end up in this threesome that they manipulate Ethan into just so they can be together. Things don't end well. Jace ends up broken-hearted, and, while trying to mend his heart, he meets Tricia who he ends up marrying and having a child with. Years later she dies. He is depressed about it and doesn't know which way to go, and all of a sudden Hannah comes back into his life. He is blindsided by it to say the least. She had had quite a few changes in her life over the years, the main one being that she also had gotten married and had a child who just so happens to be the same age as Jace's daughter and they go to school together.
Once Jace and Hannah call somewhat of a truce and decide to become friends of sorts, they end up in another crazy love triangle, this time with Jace's dead wife who he feels like he is betraying somehow by going back to the woman he had loved before her and who Tricia had helped him get over.
All in all, their story touched my heart. Jace's heartbreak just felt so real. First he had to get over his love for Hannah and learn to let go, and just when he thought he found love again, the woman he adores ends up being taken away from him in a tragic way. He feels so lost and confused. He wants to offer his daughter a good life, but he is not able to let go of the memory of his dead wife while trying once again to build something with Hannah. In the end they do get their happy ending, and getting there was an emotional roller coaster, which was well worth the ride.
***I received and ARC in exchange for an honest review***
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