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- Publisher: Tule Publishing (June 3, 2019)
- Publication Date: June 3, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07QSCRKWS
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This was a romance but the story was more of Laurel’s growth in the face of adversity. Her father died leaving her in charge of the family’s bar. He struggled with alcoholism her entire life and she was watching her younger brother go down the same path. The bar was struggling to be successful and Laurel had to leave her esteemed chef position to come home.
She runs into Jonah who is completely different than when she knew him 10 years ago. He’s a psychologist and sober and not interested in getting involved with emotional relationships. He’s fighting some big drama regarding his father and mother and brother. It’s all kind of a mess and I don’t blame him at all for his saltiness.
I felt a little lost in this book. I didn’t read the first book in the series and I think there was some background that got missed. Ultimately I did like this book and liked the Laurel’s character growth. I didn’t see the crazy chemistry between her and Jonah but they were okay together. I would recommend checking this book out.
He’s the man she left behind, but never forgot…
Laurel Moore might have had to leave her prized job as an assistant chef in one of NYC’s swankiest restaurants to take care of her brother and mother after her father’s death, but she’s not giving up on her dream. Nope. She’s going to turn her father’s debt-ridden, greasy spoon bar and restaurant into a destination gastropub that will bring life back to her small, struggling town. Laurel faces resistance on all sides, but it’s running into her first love, reformed bad boy Jonah Gardiner, that really throws her off her stride. Worse, he’s more tempting than ever.
Spurred on by Laurel’s rejection a decade ago, Jonah cleaned up his act and became an academic and psychologist, who helps everyone understand their feelings except himself. He can think of a million reasons why he and Laurel need to stay at arms’ length, but when she shares her new recipes with him, it seems like foreplay. And that’s just the beginning…
Can he and Laurel seize a second chance or will she destroy the peace he’s worked so hard for?
This is Laurel Moore and Jonah Gardiner's story.
“Laurel, stop!” a deep voice shouted from above her.
Laurel Moore jumped about a foot, dropped one of the catering-size tomato cans in her arms on her toe, yelped, and looked up. The can rolled into the road, where a bus drove exactly where she’d been about to run. Its left rear tire squashed the can like a juicy tick, sending sauce flying everywhere, landing on her white chef’s scrubs and oozing into her working clogs.
she shouted, distracted from trying to find the source of the voice. She looked like a crime scene from the waist down. Glancing up, she saw people in the back of the bus, gazing at her as though she were an interesting stop on a tour.
Yep. If the hair and beard didn’t brand him, those tattoos sure did. Jonah Gardiner. Town bad boy. The one her mother had always—and uselessly—warned her about. “That Jonah Gardiner,” she’d told Laurel in high school. “You stay away from him. He’s no good. Getting into everything bad, he is. He’ll be in jail or dead from drugs before he’s twenty-five, mark my words.”
Laurel, being a good girl, had stayed away from him in high school. In college, however…
All she could do was stare at him as he joined her in the alley. What was he doing across the street from her father’s bar? “You okay?” he said.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book."
Forget Me by Kimberley Ash is a 4 star book.
I am looking forward to reading more books Kimberley Ash
Kimberley 's Books with Tule:
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