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- Print Length: 348 pages
- Publication Date: October 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0153L27YC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,735 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jen figures this is a perfect time to work on her music but is drawn into working as a bartender at the same club as her brother and the sexy neighbor from upstairs. The more time that Jen spends with Latson the more they start to connect, and after she has a chance meeting his nephew they make it official. When the chance to tour with his brothers band comes up she’s torn between love and her music. At latson’s instance she takes the chance it’s only 5 months what could happen? Will their love survive the 5 months that they are on tour? Will is past come back to break them up?
I like Jen she’s a total sweetheart who needs a good guy after what happened with her ex and I think Latson is just what she needs. They each have issues with pasts but they learn to accept each other and move past them after almost losing each other. I like the chemistry between the two it works well for them, and I’m a sucker for a happy ever after. I also liked getting to know her brother Pete and his girlfriend Jules they are a great addition to Jen’s life.
I haven’t read the prior book so I was a little nervous but Cardinal is my kind of story so I knew I couldn’t pass up the chance.Read more ›
This entire story I just kept thinking I wish Jen and Latson were real. As a reader you can't help but be swayed by how fun their interactions are. These are people I'd absolutely love to grab a beer or coffee with, because they aren't artificially perfect but perfectly flawed.
In fact I wished most all of these characters could be pulled from the pages, because Sara Mack could write solid, lovable characters in her sleep. That's what really makes Cardinal shine, and it's the biggest reason this author's books are an auto-buy for me.
Cardinal as a story is like a nice cup of tea and your favorite throw blanket, and the warmth and realness of this cast of characters is a standard all contemporary romance should strive to achieve. I also have to note that the song lyrics throughout this story are rich with angst and heart, just beautiful stuff.
I won't do a summary of the book. Just kick back on your couch and enjoy a truly sweet romance. And if this is your first introduction to Sara Mack's work, good heavens. Go look up Guardian and Sparrow, because you're missing out.
We meet Jen in Sparrow, and she didn't receive her happy ending, I was so happy when Sara announced that she was writing Jen's story.
Jen is having a tough time, we learned in Sparrow that her boyfriend was a lying cheater. To make matters worse she loses her beloved job, and her apartment building catches fire. Her brother convinces her to come to Chicago and stay with him. That is where we meet a sexy, tattooed, former rock star. Latson (Gunner) is not your typical bad boy. He is raising his nephew, while running a successful nightclub. While Jen has necessarily sworn off men, she has decided to live by her Cardinal rule of doing whatever it is that makes her happy. Music is her passion. Add in some wonderful secondary characters and this book is full of love, laughter, some heartache, and music.
This is going on my best of 2015 list. I think others will enjoy it, if they love a good NA, Contemporary romance. It has all the feels, and yes, even a happy ever after.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As always Sara Mack leaves me wanting more Sara Mack. I have read them all SL far and loom forward to the next.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Another fantastic story written by Sara Mack. I thoroughly enjoy all of her books and am looking forward to the next one.Published 1 month ago by anna betts
I received Cardinal in return for an honest review. This is the first book I've read of Sara Mack. I was quickly drawn in to the story and facinated by the characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ingvild
Cardinal is one of those books that you want to prolong for as long as possible. What I mean by that is that it's so well written that it consumes you and you just don't want the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Gartman
This was a wonderful book, it is very well written. I was pulled in right from the beginning. I lvoed the flirting scences, they were so funny. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Catherine Wright
I was drawn into Cardinal from the very first page. I actually caught myself about to Google Latson when he asked Jen who told her about him! Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Davis
This book was perfect from beginning to end. Even though Jen and Latson had so many ups and downs in their lives fate steps in at just the right time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tracy Gonzalez
I am so glad that I picked up this book. This is the first time I have ever heard of Sara Mack and I am glad I did now, I fell in love with this book from page 1. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer