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Every Little Thing (Hart's Boardwalk) Paperback – March 7, 2017
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Praise for Every Little Thing
"Young pens a wonderful romance with loveable, multi-faceted characters who want what everyone wants—someone to love them, no matter what."—Romantic Times
Praise for New York Times bestselling author Samantha Young
“A really sexy book...Highly recommend this one.”—USAToday.com
“Humor, heartbreak, drama, and passion.”—The Reading Cafe
“Young writes stories that stay with you long after you flip that last page.”—Under the Covers
“Charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour.”—Fresh Fiction
“The one thing you can count on from Ms. Young is some of the best, steamy, sexual chemistry.”—Fiction Vixen
About the Author
Samantha Young is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the On Dublin Street series, the Hart’s Boardwalk series, and the stand-alone novel Hero. She resides in Scotland.
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“Vaughn Tremaine may have been a pompous, smug, wealthy, arrogant businessman who thought he was better than me, but he could also kind of be honorable when he wanted to be.”
Bailey is a successful inn owner in Hartwell, Delaware, a small and charming boardwalk town. Bailey has always had a comfortable and safe relationship with her boyfriend of ten years, until she walks in on him having sex with a younger woman. And while Bailey is upset, she’s more dismayed that she wasted so much time on the wrong man.
Vaughn Tremaine is the sexy businessman who moved to Hartwell and got on Bailey’s bad side right away. For years the two have had a contemptuous banter that had a strong sexual undertone. When something bad happens to Bailey at her inn, Vaughn is there to help her. The attraction between the two is strong, it’s just a matter of whether or not they’ll admit it to each other.
“I wish you and he would just admit you’re attracted to one another and stop acting like children at recess.”
Samantha Young is one of my all-time favorite authors, I’ll read anything the woman writes. The Hart’s Boardwalk series is a change of pace for her, but a delightful and sweet series many readers will enjoy. Bailey and Vaughn were a couple I was intrigued by when they were introduced in the previous book, and the heat between them in this book did not disappoint. There was a lot of push and pull, and some frustrating moments, but this couple is made up of two very strong people and it was wonderful seeing them fight for what they wanted.
I think one of the strengths of this series is the side characters, you really get a sense of community when you read about these people. I am dying for Emery’s book, and the books of other characters mentioned in this novel. The pacing was a bit off in this book, some very slow moments like the first book. Usually with a Samantha Young book I am able to devour it within a few hours, but this one took me a couple of days.
If you want a romance with complex and powerful characters, this is the book for you. I cannot wait to read more about this small town and all of the people in it.
“I never dreamed it could be like this between us.”
Their chemistry was bound to be explosive given the enemies-to-lovers element because they can hardly have a pleasant conversation without some kind of barb slung in between. I was engaged throughout the whole story, pleasantly surprised by the turn of events and how their relationship developed. It was unexpected, yet just right for them, and not to mention incredibly steamy with palpable emotion, too. Vaughn comes off as cold, but in fact, he's rather vulnerable on the inside, which further hardens up his exterior and refusal to share any sentiments. What I loved about him was once he figured out that he had a once in a lifetime opportunity for something amazing in front of him, Vaughn became very goal oriented and manned up to go after what he wanted. The other side storylines included really enhanced the story, not to mention added further curiosity about the additional characters whose stories will likely need to be told because I must know more about them, too.
I particularly loved the character development, perfect secondary characters' input, believable dialogue and banter, and of course, the delicious morsels of schmexy. The pacing was excellent and I was absorbed from start to finish. I'm so eager for more. It's a deep need to know Dahlia's and Emery's paths to love.
Samantha Young's writing never disappoints. Every Little Thing was a tale that invested my heart and soul.
Things have a way of working out. That is why I love Samantha Young's stories so very much. She takes you into a slice of life & writes characters that you imagine would do all those crazy things. They become real & pop right out of the book!
Loved it! If I could give a million stars I would! Read it. It's a wonderful escape with a very nice view...👏🏻😍Bravo SAM!