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No Getting Over You (7 Brides for 7 SEALs Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Viviana “Viv” LaClare might be excited for her best friend Abby to marry her Navy SEAL but can’t help be a little envious plus a little sad. Viv is so over being the matron of honor that she can’t help but want the same thing that Abby has a man to love. Of course when Viv meets Britt Ackerman to help her with all of the errands for Abby’s wedding Viv can’t help the attraction she feels for him. Of course Britt feels the same for Viv as well. Viv is also scared knowing the job Britt does is she ready to give her heart to Britt no matter the cost?
I just loved Viv’s no-nonsense feisty quick thinking attitude. She struck me as a very smart dependable person willing to do anything for a friend. I can understand her reticence and apprehension to like Britt but I think she should have given him the benefit of the doubt because he seemed to know what he wanted maybe she felt that way because he was younger than her. Of course I never figured out how much younger Britt was compared to Viv. I kind of placed him at either 35 or 36 which probably played into her not trusting him or the strength of his feelings. Of course I couldn’t help but fall and crush on Britt. Sure he at first sounded like a bit of playboy but after being wounded it still didn’t deter him from being so likable. He was willing to help out whenever he needed looked hot in a uniform and put his heart on the line what’s not to like. I do hope that Terry and Catrina find their happily ever after or even the rest of Abby’s friends. That’s why I will be patiently awaiting the next book in this series!
I found this to be a lovely, slow-burning style of love story. While there are a few steamy sex scenes, I feel most traditional romance readers should find this a good, slow-paced style of story and not find the descriptive sex too overpowering. Almost the whole story revolves around Viv and Britt and their helping their friends, Abby and Nick, throughout their wedding. The pace is easy enough I found myself half way through almost wishing for the wedding to be over so I could see how Viv and Britt dealt with reality and “normal” life – not while they were constantly thrown together with the million and one pre-wedding duties they both needed to do as Best Man and Matron of Honor. While the preparations and wedding itself only took a few days it really felt to me a bit like a soap bubble out of time and each of their real life, so while their attraction and connection during this intense time together was great, it didn’t give me a lot of confidence of how they would build a solid and lasting relationship that would remain steady outside of this small space of time.
The characters of Viv and Britt were interesting and had a number of complex layers that I really liked. I also loved the strong cast of secondary characters, Abby and Nick, their team-mates and family. I could easily see a number of future characters for follow-up stories down the line and wouldn’t be surprised if there are more of these to come. While the sex was graphic I didn’t feel like it over-shadowed the story itself. There was a lot of story both before and after the main intimacy and this helped it feel a lot better rounded as a story to me.
While I would have preferred to see Viv and Britt develop their relationship a bit more outside of the wedding setting, this was otherwise a great, slow-burning and character-centric story that was both sweet and spicy. I feel it should appeal to a wide range and readers and I’ll be interested in further stories to see some of the strong secondary characters develop.
originally posted at long and short reviews
I enjoyed this story. I loved Britt and Viv and their instant attraction. The time period they have to deal with their attraction is short which makes the story intense. Watching them struggle to deal with their feelings and the quickness of it kept me involved so I could not put the book down. I liked how the story went from her point of view to his. Knowing both of their thoughts gave me insights into them as people dealing with the present as well as their pasts. I especially liked when Viv had her epiphany and was able to verbalize it.
This is a good story and I look forward to the rest of the series.
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