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Here Comes the Sun (Butler, Vermont Series) Paperback – January 23, 2018
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"I was captivated by Wade and Mia's story. Returning to Butler, VT and the Abbott family is like coming home. This series is everything I love about a family saga." --Denise (Shh Mom's Reading®)
"HERE COMES THE SUN is a revealing story line with a twist that I didn't see coming. The premise is entertaining and intriguing; the romance is passionate and compelling; the characters are plenty, colorful and dynamic." --Sandy (The Reading Cafe)
"This newest installment in the Butler, Vermont series is both sweet and sexy, dangerous and comforting. I loved the addition of a bit of suspense with Mia's background and the tension that came with the danger she was facing." --Rachel (Reviews by Tammy and Kim)
"Well-written, engaging story that has the quiet, keeps-to-himself brother shocking his loud, vocal family. While his family certainly voices their concerns about his new relationship, they live up to their family motto of sticking together and supporting one another. This is a romance truly about soulmates, learning about one another and building trust." --Comfy Chair Books
"Here Comes the Sun is a beautiful story about love, heartbreak, soulmates and second chances." --Konny (KDRBCK)
"There are Abbotts and Colemans everywhere and I love their interactions. It's heartwarming to see everyone rally around each other for various reasons, whether work related or personal, and you can feel the love. There were laugh out loud moments along with sadness, tears and heartache." --JoAnne (RomanceJunkies.com)
"I was so excited when I heard we were going to get Wade's story, it's the book I have been waiting for. I wanted to see what made this man tick. I wanted to get to know him and Marie Force did not disappoint me I loved his story." --Jackie Wright (MI Bookshelf)
"Wade is just absolutely perfect. Seriously. My words just can't do him justice. You have to read and experience the wonder that is Wade. Charming, sexy, and omg! So freaking sweet. The man had me falling for him within minutes." --Britt (The Red Hatter Book Blog)
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Until she turns up half frozen on his doorstep two years later and all he can do is breathe a sigh of relief she feels as he does but Mia has secrets and those secrets can hurt Wade in many ways. Can these two make a go as a couple even as danger looms behind Mia, a sudden marriage proposal and wedding and the big question is- will Wade’s family ever accept Mia as Wade’s heartmate even with the suddenness of her arrival into their son’s life?
I normally devour this author’s books, especially this series since this is the first one I found of this author’s that had me laughing up a storm while reading and falling in love with a family that is as normal as you and me. But HERE COMES THE SUN fell flat to me and this was why. I could not at all fall in love with Mia as a main character as I did for the other women in the series. She annoyed me to no end and I just could not see how someone who was supposed to be abused act like that in any way.
What I didn’t really like was I think how Mia reacted, when she dropped into Wade’s bed even after being beaten by her ex, skittish at one point then falling all over Wade like he was going to leave her. As a person who has dealt with a physical abusive relationship, this had me not as keen as others were on Wade’s heroine, Mia. I found her to be not as authentic as I would have preferred a character would be dealing with the aftereffects of two years of abuse and more. To me, Mia was just not that enjoyable and I may get flack for saying that, but she just grated on my nerves. I love Wade Abbot and the whole Abbott family. I was eager to see where the author would go for Wade’s story and I just couldn’t get into this one as much as I did the other books in this series as well as in the Green Mountain Series. For me, Mia was fake and just going through the motions of being an abused woman and checking off boxes of what they are like. Check-bruises and emotional beatdown. Check-Fearful and self loathing. Check-Jump at every noise. It all felt off to me within the story. As much as I love the scenes with the Abbotts and all my favorite characters, I was not as enthused about this one as I normally would have been.
HERE COMES THE SUN is a nice story but I didn’t love it as much as I did in the past. Maybe it was because I am sensitive on how a good domestic abuse storyline should be used in a story or the fact I was once a statistic for being in an abusive relationship. Whatever the case, HERE COMES THE SUN is well written, great cast of familiar characters and a tease of a future books has me wondering if the twins will find their own happy ever after plus we got to see Fred, the Moose who I simply adore.
Ms. Force delivers a nice story that you may or may not enjoy depending on your trigger issues but its overall a good book, just not that great in my opinion as past works in the series have been.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement
Mia and Wade were so sweet together. They met a couple years ago at a yoga retreat. They became friends that met for coffee once in a while. She was in a relationship with another man so she stopped seeing Wade for his own safety but when she needs to be safe she turned to him.
Although not directly depicted in this story there are themes of abuse, drug dealing and kidnapping. The author does not diminish the seriousness of these issues and the affect on her characters nor does she detail them in the story.
Overall this is another great addition to the Butler, Vermont Series. I always look forward to another character getting their chance at love while checking in with past featured family members.