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- Book 1 of 3 in The Over Series (3 Book Series)
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Sara Preston has a new resolve to not look to the past but look forward. This happens on the day her best friend turned lover, Mason is getting married. She has lived with the terrible guilt that she hurt him by ending their relationship but now that Mason has finally moved on she now feels she can do the same. She feels she can offer more to the world and takes up a voluntary position in an outreach clinic in addition to her nursing career. It's through this programme that she meets Adam, a fellow volunteer.
At first Sara thinks Adam is a bit of a douche but as each of her misconceptions about him are shot down, she actually starts to warm to him and find an attraction she cannot deny. It is through their fellow volunteer and Adam’s friend, Celia, that Sara and her friends Marlo and Alex, a new circle of friendship is made. After regular get togethers, Sara and Adam’s friendship takes a turn into something completely different but then Adam reveals his secret that changes everything.
I really loved the storyline of this and how it easily flowed, even with some flashbacks to Sara’s past. The secondary characters were exceptionally well thought out and added to the read, I especially loved Marlo with her potty mouth and big loveable Cain (those two would make a great pairing!) The whole friendship circle just made the reader want to pull up a chair and join in. A great cast of characters!
But for me it was the chemistry between Sara and Adam that gave me the sizzles.Read more ›
The synopsis of this book drew me in and I wanted to know about Sara Preston. Sara is a labor and delivery nurse that seems to have a somewhat skewed vision of love. These visions probably stem from not having a father growing up so she didn't quite know how relationships worked. We meet Sara in the prologue where she is apologizing for wronging Mason, her college boyfriend. Initially we don't know why she is apologizing but the feelings are still agonizing. We skip ahead 6 months to the day of Mason's wedding and the story starts there. Working in a hospital, Sara works with a lot of different situations in which babies are brought into the world. Some are good and some not so good. She uses her skills to volunteer at a crisis center of sorts where she can help people interested in adoption. I immediately loved this selfless part of Sara. Soon after she starts volunteering, she meets Adam.
Adam is kind of an enigma to me. Adam is a graphic designer that works from home. He seems to have his head on straight and he volunteers at the center to help people involved in domestic violence cases. We later find out that this is a cause that is very close to his heart and one in which he is very passionate about. Then we find out that Adam is a single father to twin 4 year olds. These four year olds are his sister Grace's children. Grace was in a very bad relationship with a man that abused her and eventually killed her.Read more ›
Sara is really good at her job as a L&D nurse and she got a job at a local center to help adoptive parents - Sara actually shines at her jobs. Truthfully, I found Sara hard to connect with. She had relatable qualities, but as an overall character, I couldn't form an attachment to her. On the one hand, she was a true good girl at the core, works hard, stays out of trouble and only wants the best for other people. She was definitely insecure and had self-esteem issues, putting herself in a place of self-loathing. When Adam comes into the picture, suddenly Sara is all snappy and full of sass, which might be a tribute to the emotions Adam brings out of her, but seemed a little uncharacteristic.
Adam is another person I couldn't invest myself in. Sure, I liked him all right, but I wasn't feeling the chemistry between he and Sara. Yes, the chemistry was there and they could feel it, but I was indifferent towards it. Adam is actually a caring guy who wants to get to know all of Sara, including the bad. Their problems stem from distrust because Adam won't let Sara into the most important part of his life if Sara won't tell him the truth about her past. There are definitely scenes that are charged with emotions and well-written.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What's an incredible story! I stumbled across this gem by accident and I couldn't put it down, seriously I read it in one sitting. Read morePublished 5 days ago by MAC
First few chapters are slow but after that it's a good read.
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This was my first book by this author and I really liked it. The characters are very well developed and the story progressed at a steady pace. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jackie Nolan
This is a simple, sweet, heart warming love story. Sara meets Adam when she least expects it. She is still stuck on her past and having trouble seeing the future. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shortie424
This is a book that has been on my to read pile for a while. I had the privilege of reading the third book of the Over series to review prior to release and Ms. Read morePublished 5 months ago by eabreese
And believing in yourself. Have to admit at first it was hard to keep reading because you wanted Sara with Mason but I forced my self to keep reading and I'm so glad of did. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mily F.
I love having Kindle Unlimited because it has opened up my ability to read other authors that i am not familiar with! Hence J.A. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marie
This book had me in tears at the prologue, tears in the middle and happy tears by the end. So worth the read!Published 6 months ago by Kat
holy s*** this was an amazing read. with a great story line and wonderful characters. adam is swoon worhty. and I need to find out what melody story is.Published 6 months ago by Cassandra Smith
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