DANCER: A Good Guys Novel (The Good Guys Book 2) Kindle Edition
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"I absolutely have this on my re-read and recommendations shelf! Two thumbs up & 10+++ stars!" ―Carrie, Carrie's bookshelf
"I loved, loved, loved these two! Together they were so sweet, innocent at times, yet fiesty and off the charts hot!" ―Brianna, Renee Entress's Blog
"This book has parts that will make you giggle, make you feel that warmth in your heart and make you look around and make sure you're not blushing. Jamie hit it out of the park with the second book in the Good Guys series and I can't wait for more." ―Jessica, 2OCC
"3...2...1....Wowza!!!! DANCER was so swoony-sweet it drove me batty!!!!!" ―Kim, Epic Romance Reviews
- ASIN : B01MTN6AUS
- Publication date : December 8, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 827 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 306 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #65,099 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Colton and Brielle were best friends when they were children but when Colton and his father moved away, Brielle and Colton lost contact with each other. Brielle was heartbroken by it.
So you can imagine her surprise when she meets Colton again many years later. Sadly, he doesn’t recognize her. Brielle doesn’t know what to do because the young boy that she knew has changed into a handsome guy, a guy that looks at her with desire in his eyes. So Brielle decides to not tell Colton about their shared past. Something that Colton isn’t happy about when he discovers the truth. But it does explain the connection he feels with Brielle.
Because of her past, Brielle has a hard time believing that a good guy like Colton would want her. And the fact that she’s a single mother makes dating a little bit harder. Brielle loves her daughter Ava very much but she knows that most young guys aren’t ready for a single mother and a sweet little girl. But Brielle underestimated Colton’s feelings not only for her but also for her little daughter Ava. And Colton will show Brielle in every way possible that he’s not only her best friend but also the right guy for her and her daughter.
I totally fell in love with this story! I just loved Colton, Brielle and little Ava!
I don’t know how Jamie Schlosser does it but her good guys are just as sexy and hot as any ‘bad’ boy that I have read. And I think that’s just wonderful.
The book is told from both POV’s. You don’t have to read the first book to read this one.
I’m soooo looking forward to reading the next book in this series!
Dancer is a friends to lovers and second chances love story. Colton and Brielle were best friends many years ago until Colton and his father moved away. Although they promised to always stay in touch, things changed and they lost contact.
Now so many years have passed, and fate has brought them together. Brielle instantly recognizes her long lost friend, but Colton doesn't recognize her at first. But once he finally does, it's like everything falls into place. Their connection is intense, pure, undeniable, and true. But Brielle's got trust issues that could tear them apart if Colton can't convince her he's here to stay.
Jamie captures the reader right from the start with the strong connection that Brielle and Colton have. I loved how Colton knew that Ellie was special even when he didn't know exactly who she was. And then when he did, I loved how completely in love with her is was. Their passion is electric in the bedroom, but its their intensity outside the bedroom that I shines through the pages.
I am enjoying this series and Dancer is my favorite so far. I loved Colton's intense desire to not only love, but to protect Ellie. If you were to look up the definition of a good guy, Colton would be answer. But overall, I think it was Ava that stole the show.
I highly recommend this series and especially Dancer. Even if you haven't started this series, then there is no time like the present to start since each can be read on their own.
I was one of the fortunate ones that won an ARC of Trucker, Jamie's debut novel and the first book of this series and fell hard for the characters of this whole series! I was absolutely stunned that this was her debut novel as it read like it was written by a seasoned author. So when I was asked if I was interested in reading an ARC of Dancer I didn't even have to think about it and I think I might have pulled a muscle trying to get my response sent back to Jamie! I read this book in less than a day! I was completely sucked in and could not put it down. I had like 2 chapters left to read and I was rushing to get everything done that I had to do this morning so I could finish those couple chapters and every time I thought I was going to get to read them either the phone would ring or someone would show up. I was ready to go lock myself in the bathroom just so I could finish it! The book is very well written. The story-line flows very smoothly and never once felt forced. Also not once did it stall out or did I feel like I got distracted. Once I started reading I was zoned and just gobbled up the pages! As I mentioned, in book one we were given a really great introduction into the H of Dancer. But Jamie did a wonderful job with the development of the h of the book and the secondary characters involved. I felt a very strong connection with all of them by the time I reached the end of the book. A book that can make me have to break out the box of tissues and as I am blowing my nose and dabbing at my eyes, has me laughing out loud at something that either Colton, Ellie or even Ava has to say, definitely earns a 5 star rating from me! I am really looking forward to seeing what she has in store for us with the next book. I have no doubt that it will be another 5 star read like the first two were.
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I smiled almost throughout the whole book.
Brielle and Colton's story was a wonderful read, full of love, passion and humour and I couldn't put it down!
Travis and Angel from Book 1 are back in this story too, so we see a bit more of what happens with them.
The book then picks up many years later. We met Colton in the first book. He’s best friends and brother in every sense of the word except biological with Travis from Trucker. They work together, they live together and they hang out together. In the previous book Colton had a girlfriend but it wasn’t a very good relationship and at the end they broke up and Colton confessed something to Travis – he couldn’t ‘get it up”.
Now in this book he’s been prescribed Viagra. This is rather devastating and embarrassing to Colton. Erectile dysfunction to a 22 year old is not a good thing. That’s peak banging time for a guy. But that changes when Travis, Angel, girlfriend to Travis and he try out a new night spot and Colton sees a cage dancer, NOT a stripper, but a beautiful young woman who seems to be off in another world enjoying dancing. Immediately he ‘perks up’ if you get my drift. Turns out the dancer is his childhood friend Brielle. She instantly recognizes him, but he has no idea who she really is. He manages with some effort to establish a relationship but still doesn’t have a clue for a while. When he finally does recognize her, almost by fluke, he’s flummoxed that he didn’t recognize her right off the bat. The attraction he feels for her only intensifies. Only her real identity isn’t the only thing she kept from him.
As I said, this one is an up book. I loved the way Colton took the news Brielle or Ellie as he used to call her. And right off the bat he’s all in for her. And while Brielle is just as drawn to Colton, she has some major trust and self-esteem issues to deal with. Colton was the first to break he heart when he quit communicating with her after he moved away, but he wasn’t the only one to let her down. And I love that Colton’s dad and Travis and Angel are important players in this book. So often a previous main couple only have a small role in the next book when, having invested in them in the previous book, we really want more on how they are still doing. I’m very happy I read this book as it completely cancels out the couple of Ms. Schlosser’s books that weren’t at the top of the seesaw.
I recommending this book to anyone that loves a good guy and a hasppy ending.