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Corey had the unfortunate honor of finding his elderly neighbor, Mrs Thompson dead in her home one day. That tragedy brought the one woman that was ever able to knock Corey on his a**, Bella Thompson into his life.
Bella Thompson came to Fairplay, Texas to attend to the things her aunt left her. She planned to start afresh, that sure did happened when she encountered sexy as hell, Corey Park who made her feel things she thought she could ever feel again.
The more time Bella spend knowing Corey and the folks of Fairplay, the more she felt like she found a place where she belonged....her HOME. When danger and greed started to lurk around Bella, Corey and the whole town were there to make sure she was okay.
COREY'S CATCH was mesmerizing, Bella and Corey falling in love was a flirtatious and beautiful journey. It was great to catch up with old friends and meet new ones.
Jill Sanders made me feel the hero and heroine's emotions so deeply...A must read!
So, issues with the story: grammar ("didn't mentioned"), punctuation (missing stops or wrong quotation marks) and plot inconsistencies (Savannah's second pregnancy lasts way too long). Regarding characters, I got no idea of why Corey was so bad. He was shown as the sweetest, kindest, most gentlemanly man ever, almost outdoing all the men in the previous entries. I get that he changed from book 7 to book 8, I get that Bella affects him, I get that his dad's issues shake him... but if he was supposed to be such a mess, how could've he changed SO MUCH in just a few months? And the way things developed between him and Bella felt way too forced and rushed. While I appreciated change in previous characters (Savannah and Travis), in this instance I was at a loss. Bella's mystery issue I figured out before it even happened.
So, summary: this is the worst entry of the series, I think Jill should hire an editor or, if she's hired someone, ask them what they've been up to, and she should've rounded up the West Series with Savannah, hinting at something positive for Corey, as opposed to the overkill that was this book.
Sorry if I'm too harsh, but I just think that this entry and Tessa's Turn were unnecessary and they left a sour feeling after reading much better books (like Haley's, Travis', Savannah's and Reece's). If I'd known, I would've skipped this book and would've finished with Savannah's.
Bella moves to Fairplay to take over her aunt's farm that was left to her. She has no idea what she is getting into but knows that this is the break she is wanting after the her last encounter with her ex-boyfriend.
Bella literally runs into Corey and knows she is in trouble from the start. But she comes to know that Corey needs someone in his life like she does but wants to take it slow.
When things start happening to Bella she knows she feels safe with Corey and that he will protect her. Will they realize what they have before it is too late.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review - Naughty Book Eden
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