- Series: The Butler, Vermont Series (Book 1)
- Paperback: 348 pages
- Publisher: HTJB, Inc. (February 14, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1946136069
- ISBN-13: 978-1946136060
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 238 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,364 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Every Little Thing (The Butler, Vermont Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 14, 2017
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"Force has become one of my favorite authors. I devour her books when they come out and always look forward to reading more. Another five star read!"--Recommended read from Romance Junkie for EVERY LITTLE THING
"Every time I read one of these books, it's like I'm coming home again. The characters and the entire fictional town ofButler, Vermont are family and I love catching up with them and I kinda feel like I'm involved in their lives when I read one of their books."--Review of EVERY LITTLE THING from Ever After Book Reviews
"I love Grayson with Simone. Anytime a man steps in to help a single mom and accepts and loves the child as much as and separately from the mother always melts my heart. In this case, it was made all the sweeter by Grayson's previous assertions that he was done raising kids."--4.5 Star review of EVERY LITTLE THING from Tammy and Kim Reviews
"It felt like comfort food - I was nearly in a bliss coma the whole time I read. I know the people, how good they are and theHEA will happen."--4.5 star review of EVERY LITTLE THING from The Book Nympho
"MarieForce offers up another satisfying and sexy romance in Every Little Thing and I for one am extremely excited that this series will continue for a good, longtime."--5 star review of EVERY LITTLE THING from Guilty Pleasures
"EVERY LITTLE THING is a great romance that will tease you, thrill you and steal your heart along the way. With the right amount of romance, passion and more, the author does an amazing job with the lush background of Vermont to steal the reader away for hours on end and captivate them till the last page is read."--from Dawn's Reading Nook
"EVERY LITTLE THING is a great romance that will tease you, thrill you and steal your heartalong the way. With the right amount of romance, passion and more, theauthor does an amazing job with the lush background of Vermont to steal the reader away for hours on end and captivate them till the last page is read."-from Dawn's Reading Nook
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Marie Force has combined all the elements of a well-written novel in this story. The storyline flows well. The characters are well-developed, realistic and likable. Their interactions are fun and delightful to read about. The dialogue is one of the best elements of the story. The banter back and forth between siblings and cousins is animated and funny. Plus the conversations between Grayson and Simone are precious. All this adds up to an excellent story. You won't want to miss out on this one.
I think I fell in love with her Gansett Series mainly because it's all about people who feel so real to me. And they aren't perfect, or even rich by any means, either. (Okay, there are a few wealthy people in the series, but not too many) They also seem to have been plagued with the same kind of everyday problems, just like all the rest of us normal people. She has a way of digging down deep into your soul and making you feel her characters pain, joy, confusion, guilt, triumphs, and yes...even their deep abiding love. And she's one of the best when it comes to weaving all the completely different characters together so seemlessly, throughout each and every story. Her dialogue between friends, family, and sometimes even their enemies is always so spot on, especially with all of the bickering remarks made between siblings.
With that said; I didn't think anyone could ever come close to drawing me into another fantastic fantasy world and it's cast of warm, lovable characters like she did, and still does with the Gansett series. But...I have to admit...'The Butler, Vermont Series' is coming in at a close second place, so far.
Grayson and Emma meet in the previous book, 'Ain't She Sweet', at the wedding of Hunter Abbott and Megan Kane when Emma's sweet nine-year-old daughter, Simone strikes up a very unusal, but very funny conversation with Grayson. As soon as Emma walks up to berate her daughter for bothering Grayson, that's all she wrote! The two of them couldn't have been more taken by the other if they tried. Sparks flew, the heat sizzled, and before you knew it they were in so deep to even try to crawl out unscathed. But the big problem is....they live 600 miles away from each other, and they have no idea how they could ever find a way to make a relationship work out between them.
Will they find a way to stay together, or will the distance and the lives they've built for themselves become too much to handle?
Got to love those lovable, and funny patriarchs, also known as Molly, Linc, and ( Molly's father) Elmer. Then again, you'd have to have a real sense of humor after raising ten really rambunctious, and very competitive kids, right? And Fred.....who doesn't love that big lug? And sweet little Simone was a real treasure, for sure. She sure kept them all on their toes.
I can't wait to read the next installment. Marie, you've got to find a way to write faster. Just kidding. lol! Great job, keep them coming.
Sometimes a story is a bit too perfect and that is my problem with Every Little Thing. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the characters, the setting (as always), and even the romance between two very deserving people but it felt too easy. I enjoyed this book thoroughly; as always Ms. Force’s writing was strong and sure and while I’m not a fan of overly angst filled books, I do feel that some conflict is needed to give a story that added punch and this book was missing that.
It’s been apparent in the few times we’ve seen Grayson Coleman in books past that he was struggling with the way his life was going and planning to make some changes and in Every Little Thing, we find that he’s left his Boston law practice and has moved home to Butler, Vermont and plans to start his own practice there was well as work as legal counsel for the family business, what he doesn’t count on is a precocious 9 year old girl, Simone, or her beautiful mother, Emma stealing his heart.
I don’t know which story I enjoyed more; the romance and budding love between Grayson and Emma or the friendship/pseudo father-daughter relationship between Grayson and Simone. Both were so important to this story and showed that despite the fact that Grayson had helped raise his younger siblings when his father abandoned their family when he was only 16 and he never thought he’d want children of his own that when the right people come into your life your vision for yourself changes. I did enjoy watching these three form a bond. Grayson and Emma’s relationship moved at the speed of light and while their attraction was evident from the start, for me it felt a bit out of character for Emma. Emma’s daughter Simone stole many scenes and the fact that Simone was comfortable enough to always speak her mind to Grayson, showed a level of trust that isn’t always there when a single parent brings someone in to their lives.
Emma and Simone live in New York and Grayson had just left Boston to relocated to Vermont was built up as a bit of a problem, but in all honesty in never really materialized. In fact these two seemed to have their very own Fairy Godmother (or maybe Fairy Grandfather and Uncle) and a whole team of wish granting mice to clear the way for everything to fall in place nice and neat; albeit a little too nice and neat for me.
Marie Force offers up another satisfying and sexy romance in Every Little Thing and I for one am extremely excited that this series will continue for a good, long time.
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