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"Once you know what to look for, you can find it anywhere."
WOW! What a beautiful book from a new-to-me author. Just a feel good type of book about life choices and unexpected love.
Avery is a single mom living in a small town in Texas. She always had bigger plans for herself and now is more than ready to see them to fruition. But in comes her high school sweetheart, Chase, and with him, he brings the mysterious Fox. Chase and Avery try to rekindle their old romance, but things aren't always easy or what they seem. Promises are made to be broken, and deceit is the name of the game. Luckily for Avery, Fox is there to pick up the pieces.
I adored the way this story was written - it flowed so beautifully and it had me captivated from page one. Avery is what every heroine should be like; she's strong and opinionated, she has made mistakes, but she learned form them and now is ready to make things right for herself and her little girl. Fox is the epitome of a romance hero; blonde with green eyes, a Jax Teller lookalike, if the later would be a forest firefighter. He's enigmatic and domineering, , yet sweet and loving with her 3 year old daughter.
I like the setting for this story and how well the author painted the picture. The realistic descriptions of events and places helped me connected with the story so much more.
I enjoyed that it's a true contemporary romance and not full of not needed sex scenes - the few intimate moments in the book are tastefully done, and only deepen the love between the protagonists.
I'm happy I got to read this book and I cannot wait to start the second one, as this is only the beginning of the Avery and Fox love journey.
I want to first say that this is not my typical book selection. I typically avoid books where the main character is a parent, I'm not a parent and authors tend to include the kids in too much of the book. This didn't happen here. The interactions between Fox and Annabelle just added to Fox's hot factor because he is so good with her. I also prefer my books to have some supernatural characters or dystopian settings. Unfortunately I didn't get any of that but I didn't find myself missing it.
The characters in this book are very well thought out and I loved the humor throughout (mainly from Avery's inner dialogue and from her friend, Heather). The only thing that disappointed me about this book is that Fox isn't a real person, everyone should get a Fox.
I can't wait to see what comes next with these characters especially with the very suspenseful last line of the book. This is a great debut novel because the writing feels like it comes from an established author. I'm very interested to see what she writes next.
I have been reading and reviewing a lot of horror books lately, and I wanted a change, so I knew that I needed to pick up a New Adult novel. They are always perfect when I need a change or when I am in a slump. So I scrolled through what was on my Kindle, because I was too lazy to go to my bookshelf, and decided on this. I saw it on Instagram in passing a few months ago, and I follow the author as well. There aren't many reviews on it, but the ones that do exist are good, and it was short, so I jumped it....
...and it didn't let me go. I got sucked into these characters, into the story and just let it take me.
Normally I am not a fan of the perfect guy. It is way to unrealistic, and I get annoyed easily, but I freaking LOVE Fox! And Avery wasn't an annoying protagonist, thank goodness, she wasn't too finicky or wishy washy, she may have questioned things occasionally, but on more than one occasion she knew exactly what she wanted and went for it, and followed through with her decisions. I like that about her.
I also felt an extra attachment to the story because the relationship with Fox and Annabelle was just too sweet. I guess as a mom, and based on some of my life experiences, I could sympathize with Avery. I love when authors add a child to the story, even with single moms or being too young, because it is very realistic. Not everyone is a single, carefree twenty-something. Some of us are parents, and students, and work full time, and it is a struggle. It is nice to see that reflected.
So everything is finally moving along perfectly and smoothly and freaking beautifully, and then the epilogue MESSES YOU UP. Like, WHAT? No. Nonononono.... ugh I wanted a sequel, but not set up like that! Dang it.
Okay so yes this is a fluffy, wonderful, NA novel that deserves more attention and was the PERFECT choice for breaking up the flow of horrors and thrillers I had been reading.
So if you like NA, check it out!
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