- File Size: 551 KB
- Print Length: 218 pages
- Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing (March 31, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0798FM276
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,091,936 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I floved this story. I laughed, I cried, I yelled, I fell in love. A lot is going on in this book. Relationships, friendships, so many good characters! Jillian and Sam's story is one you will fall in love with and one you will be begging for just one more glimpse of them. The writing and the characters keep you hooked and the banter is just icing on the cake!
Unable to stop them, I feel my eyebrows moving up and down in what is probably supposed to be sexy in my drunken mind, but from the crease in her forehead and scrunched-up nose, it reeks of creepy.
Moist towelettes are my brother’s answer to getting more sleep. He stays out late, snoozes the alarm an extra thirty minutes, and uses the sheets to cleanse his nether regions—his words, not mine.
Carrie’s sister missed her flight, and I live a short way from the church and happen to be her size. That’s what it boils down to. Her sister and I share the same voluptuous curves, the way Carrie put it. What she means is we are both built like linebackers with broad shoulders and hips to match.
Her eyes widen in shock. I fear I broke her when she stares at me as if I just asked her to burn her pompoms.
If I am dreaming, I’ll kill anyone who wakes me up.
I love the role reversal in this storyline as the female lead character of Jillian was the most emotionally distant and closed off and also had the more physically demanding and macho job of a firefighter, while Sam, the male lead, was the more nurturing and thoughtful of the two and worked as a realtor. Both characters were invitingly quirky, highly appealing, and likable. Once they got past their initial antagonism they shared a playful manner with each other, love of all things Star Wars, and a clever and sardonic wit. I adored them and enjoyed their verbal sparring as well as their sweet and steamy romance. The premise was unique and interesting while the writing was engaging, cleverly amusing, and pleasantly entertaining.
kismet, is what I would call it. That is how Jillian and Sam found each other. Two paths leading into one. Jillian, a fire fighter and tough as nails. She kind of has to be in her professional life, but in her personal Jillian is so incredible vulnerable and untrusting in her personal life. Sam is co owner of a real estate company with his brother. Sam is charismatic, and so sure of himself. He is everything Jillian needs, but is she ready to accept it?
I don't want to give any of the story away, so if you're intrigued, you should grab this wee gem and devour it. I did. It's one of those reads that give misty eyes and all those lovey-dovey sweet swoony moments, and that is why I love romance novels.
Lieutenant Jillian Hartford is asked at the last moment to fill in as a bridesmaid at her friend Carrie’s wedding when Carrie’s sister is unable to make her flight. She is a firefighter and used to be underestimated but she has a huge heart and therefore fills in to help Carrie out but nothing prepares her for the attitude of Sam.
When Jillian ends up rescuing Sam out of a bad situation will the two work through their animosity and find their own happiness or will things spiral out of control and their own personal demons get the best of them?
This was another great book by the author!
I truly loved both of these characters and I was wondering how each of their backgrounds would influence a possible relationship.
I absolutely loved Sam when he took sleeping pills and I don’t know if the author wrote this from personal experience but it was so great! Sam had a bad relationship in the past and as we learn more it makes more sense on why he is guarded. I was mad at Anya for sure but at the same time it led him to Jillian eventually. Sam was such a hard worker, but I thought it was awesome when he realized the importance of other things as well.
Jillian was a great character and I loved how tough she was with her occupation as a firefighter. I also loved the other side of her which she demonstrated at the hospital when she brought Sam with her. But Jillian also had insecurities which we saw a few times which jeopardized her relationship with Sam.
Towards the end of the book I was freaking out with the events and I wondered what was going to happen. I knew Jillian would push Sam away and blame herself but I had faith in Sam!
The wedding made me laugh so hard!!
Looking forward to more from this author and hopefully more with any of these characters! - By Rebecca
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