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- Print Length: 232 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BJ Harvey (April 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XTL8XWS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Practically thrown together by circumstance and the onset of labor at a grocery story, Thomas and Amy have an easy kind of relationship from the start. Maybe it's because they've only interacted on occasion and kept any sort of attraction at bay. These two live within a crew of characters (all who have their own stories told in previous books) who are as tight a group as you can get. But with Thomas being a bit of a playboy, Amy stayed far away. So it's no wonder that when Thomas truly becomes her knight in shining armor and steps up and takes care of her and her newborn, no one is more surprised that Amy. He slowly becomes the man she leans on and is soon more than she ever hoped for.
I loved that the author allowed for Thomas and Amy to get used to each other, becoming a family of sorts, while tending to newborn baby Brody. I was as surprised as both of them just how natural a caretaker Thomas could be. It was heartwarming to watch as this trio became a family and the closeness they developed in such a short period of time. In addition, there is great humor and very witty banter between Thomas and Amy which helped diffuse many an awkward moment. There is insane chemistry between the two but as Thomas is now trying to be a new man after his eye-opening experience with an STD early in the book, there is an obvious frustration in taking their relationship to the next level. Add in a baby who has impeccable timing, and these two may never have any kind of intimacy again!!
Their beginning may have been out of a sense of duty but believe me when I say this: Thomas and Amy were clearly made for one another and I don't think any amount of interference due to dirty diapers or well-meaning friends could have prevented their love from taking hold. In fact, their dearest friends and family were the catalyst in creating a romantic night that had me swooning like a fool. In the end, there is deep respect (and some really hot sex that was off the charts hawt!) that practically guaranteed their chance at happiness.
Although Daniel Winters will always be my number one, Superman definitely has a true competitor in Thomas. He captured my heart right along with Amy's. He is a book boyfriend worthy of your time, so get ready to fall hard.
5 huge stars!!
We got to know Thomas a little bit over the last few books, as Cade’s friend and roommate – we knew that he was a man-wh**e that after coming down with an STD, he took a step back from bedding all the ladies of Chicago until he found the one – fast forward about a year and we now have HIS story (STD free ;) ) But nothing prepared me for the swoony-sweetness that came from this man when you tossed a baby into his arms!
Book four in the series, Game Ender absolutely takes the cake as my favorite in the series. There was just this perfect storm created for these two characters to find one another. Amy was this strong woman who is forced to be a single mom after giving into temptation for a night, but takes it all in stride. She has a group of loving friends to offer her support and finds her biggest cheerleaders in the strangest of places. In Thomas.
The bond between Thomas and baby is instant. I love a story with a reformed man-wh**e that just needs to find the right person to make him change his way, or in this case – the right people.
Low on the drama and high on the laughs, Game Ender is a fantastic read. It was rom-com at its best. Harvey balances the serious theme of a single mom falling in love while still ensuring the witty banter she’s known for stays intact. This story had all of the feels and the best moments were the little moments these made with their little makeshift family.
Over the years, I feel like these characters have become real friends and it’s a little bittersweet saying goodbye to the second generation of characters, with a little hope that the third generation might one day resurface with their own crazy antics (hint hint). But this journey was a fantastic one. I’ve been lucky enough to have read all of BJ’s books and I love seeing the growth as an author from that first book to this last one.
I’m still holding out for Cam’s book and still staking my claim. #CamIsMine #DogTagsAreHot #GiveMeHisBook
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