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Come Again: A Sexy Second Chance Age Gap Romance (French Quarter Collection Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07KYFBPKP
- Publication date : November 28, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 636 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 380 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #103,640 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It's probably the best slow-paced romance I've read this year. This second chance story is perfect, even when the characters' circumstances were not. It touches elegantly some hard topics and it made me reflect on fears and long buried emotions. But it also made me hungry (the food descriptions are so good), laugh, swoon and gave a severe case of wanderlust. As always, Jiffy Kate's settings were so vivid that I almost felt I was in New Orleans, except for the fact that when I looked outside it was raining and the foggy and cold winter just got here!
I thought the age gap between Shaw and Avery might be an issue but, trust me when I say, that by the end of the book it will not matter. I utterly fell in love with them. One of the treats of this book was catching up with the characters of Turn Again (formerly titled The Other One). The thing I like the most about the wicked talented writing duo Jiffy Kate is that, by the end of each book, the characters feel like family.
So, if you are new to Jiffy Kate and are not sure where to start... jump into this book. I guarantee that you will end up binge reading their work and asking for more.
I absolutely loved both Avery and Shaw from the start. Avery is just....real. She has just gotten out of the worst situation in her life, but she fights and she doesn't give up, and she makes other people's lives better and she perseveres. Shaw, likewise, has endured his own version of hell and is trying to survive. Despite his rough demeanor and poor attitude, his actions show the type of man he truly is. These two characters have the biggest hearts.
Jiffy Kate pulled out all the stops in this book. I'm talking ALL THE FEELS!!!! There were moments of sheer frustration, and then moments of immense love. Come Again is a deep and inspirational story of second chances, never giving up and having patience and fighting for those things in life that you know will be so worth it. A definite must read!
This story is about Shaw and Avery. An unlikely couple on paper, but they make complete sense once you meet them and see them together. Avery is a small town girl from Oklahoma who moved to Houston with her high school boyfriend. Their relationship takes a major bad turn and Avery leaves Houston and heads to New Orleans for a fresh start. I have to say that I so admire Avery for her strength in a terrible situation. She's so strong and determined to live a good life even in the face of misery. LOVED her attitude!!! She sets off looking for a job in NOLA and winds up at a bar called Come Again. This is where she meets Shaw O'Sullivan. A rude, assholey tattooed bar owner who only hires men to work in his bar. That is until he meets Avery Cole. Things get really interesting from there.
Now, this is a second chance romance book, but not for Avery and Shaw as a couple. It's a second chance at love for both of them individually. They each have demons to slay and literally go about slaying them in completely different ways.
We meet some wonderful new characters. The bar crew of Paulie, Kevin, Jeremy, and Sarah. We also get to revisit some favorite characters from other Jiffy Kate books. CeCe is a major player in this story as Avery's friend. We also get to catch up with Deacon and Cami, Micah and Dani, and Maverick and Carys. Loved seeing them again!!
This is not a light hearted read. It's a pretty emotional book, covering all of them at various times. But your heart will go out to both Avery and Shaw and they won't give it back until the very last word! I'd really hope we get to visit with them again in another book - hint, hint!!!