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Caught Up In You (The Monroes) Mass Market Paperback – November 29, 2016
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National bestselling author Jules Bennett is a former salon owner turned full‑time author. Considering she met her husband at the age of fourteen and they’ve been together since, Jules knows a thing or two about romance and happily ever after. She and her husband live in the Midwest with their two young children. When Jules isn’t creating emotional, witty stories, she’s spending time with her family, working out or procrastinating on social media. She loves to hear from readers. You can connect with her through Facebook, Twitter, or her website: julesbennett.com.
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Braxton’s first impression before he meets Cora is that she “comes from money”, and he has been stung in his last relationship where money and his former fiancé were concerned. She left him for someone, who just happened to be his best friend, and had more money that Braxton did. So he had enough of pampered rich girls to last him in this lifetime. But Cora was just not any rich girl; she was a softly spoken southern girl who just happened to have magic hands and was blind. But like Braxton, she had secrets in her life. Secrets that could keep these two, who were made for each other, apart. Cora is struggling to live an independent life away from her family and all she has known. And working at the Spa will be just what she needs.
I loved this book and how unique the subject of Cora’s blindness and her independence made the story that much more relatable in a way for me, not being blind, but having sight problems for a time, made me sympathise with Cora.. It is not a subject matter that is used in a lot of romance books, and it gave the story of Braxton and Cora’s relationship more depth. I give this book a 5++ Star rating. Well done as always Jules Bennett.. .
I really enjoyed the romance between these two - the progression was very believable. I also loved having a heroine with a disability. And yes, this isn’t one of those disabilities that mysteriously gets cured at the end of the book. She’s blind and she stays blind. I loved that. I also loved the interaction of the brothers with each other. Not that I necessarily liked them (I guess you need to read the other books in the series to understand these characters.) But their conversations and interactions sounded more genuine than many male-male conversations in romance novels.
I haven’t read the first book but had no problem getting into this series - the author provides enough information so I wasn’t lost (but not so much that I felt like I was getting a data dump.)
I’ve never read any books by Jules Bennett, so I don’t know how this book compares to her other books, but I really enjoyed this book.
My issues with this book? There were a few things that bothered me. I wish the author had made Cora older than 24 (I would have been happy with 26). Her age just didn’t make sense to me - she has an accounting degree (I would assume a 4-year degree) and she’s been blind for 3 years. And yet, supposedly, she worked in her parent’s company. When? The other things that bothered me were the actions of the main characters at the end of the book. Which I won't describe but I hate that plot device.
But I’m hooked on the Monroes so I’ll be reading book 1 and 3 in the series to see what happens.