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Hope Over Fear (The Over Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The characters and story hooked me from the start and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough to find out what was going to happen and what kind of emotional baggage our hero and heroine were carrying. I loved having both Sara and Adam's points of view, though I did wish for a few more Adam chapters so we could have known what was going on inside his head! Some moments were extremely emotional and painful, while others were lighthearted and laugh out loud hilarious (man, I love Cain and Marlo!)
Sara and Adam have intense and incredible chemistry, but that kind of powerful and all consuming passion can also easily give way to anger and rip your heart out of your chest if given the chance. The issues they face were realistic and relatable and both of them had to grow and accept themselves and each other to really move forward. I loved the overall message that families come in all different shapes, sizes, and combinations, and that loving yourself is just as important as loving someone else. The secondary characters were just as amazing as Sara and Adam, and I can't wait to read Alex's story in the next book, Wings over Poppies!
TWO: I started reading JA DeRouen with Low Over High and Ever Over After first; it was a little out of order. With that being said, I love how it is totally OK to go back and picking up this one and it all be completely new. Nothing was ruined by starting the series at the end.
THREE: The words were just as good if not better as the cover. There is something I craved about JA DeRouen's writing, and SHE DID NOT DISAPPOINT with Hope Over Fear. I really loved this story. I love the detail that she put into the story that makes you feel like you are apart of it. The romance between the two main characters is undeniable. She made me love Sara and fall so hard for Adam. I was truly happy with this story.
Sara Preston learns that the man she loves is marrying someone else. She is happy but. hurt at the same time because she is the one who ended it with him but, it is how she ended it that has guilt eating away at her.
Trying to move on, she comes out of her shell. She starts volunteering at New Horizons Outreach Center. This is where she meets Adam Hunt. Sara learns real quick the devastating tragedy that left Adam a single father to, two beautiful kids.
I absolutely loved all the characters in this book. The story keeps you sucked in the entire time and you can't help but, love the family that forms in this book.
Sara deceives her boyfriend with good intentions and is therefore branded for the future. Nevertheless, she lives her life, holding on by a thread at times, helping others endlessly. Enter Adam. The perceived playboy, who is anything but. Their lives clash and try to fit together. With chemistry off the charts, but tense pasts.. can they overcome and get together? You'll just have to read on.
This debut novel gave me ALL the feels. Their history is believable and drawing on heart-strings. Neither of them truly does anything wrong, but acts out of the goodness of their hearts. Filled with the hesitancy that loss and trauma brings, their road is a stony one, but one filled with love, laughter and some hot as hell scenes. Where there some aspects which seemed too dramatic, sure, but a great debut!
I listened to this book as an audiobook, and the narrator did the perfect job in bringing across this story emphatically, without overdramatizing the story. Thoroughly enjoyable.
I really enjoy this book. You meet a whole team of characters and you fall for them all, which is great because this series continues with other characters from Hope Over Fear. The two main characters for this book are Sara and Adam. Sara has a past relationship that has her talked about around town and she doesn’t defend herself. Sara’s character is such a sweetheart that lives her life helping others. She is a woman you want to be, always helping but never a pushover. Adam is her sexy co-worker who also has a rocky past with his walls built high. You just really fall for these main characters along with their friends that keep you hooked while reading.
This book can be read as a standalone but the series continues and I’m hoping to read more about Adam and Sara in the rest. Although there are some struggles I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a wonderful book that is lighthearted and really enjoyable. The next book in the series is Wings Over Poppies that follows a friend from Hope Over Fear, Alexandra. Can’t wait to continue!