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- Print Length: 194 pages
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- Publisher: Valentine Publishing, LLC (March 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XGM4R3D
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Love So Right (The Lawson Brothers Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Apple and Preston have been at odds forever, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have chemistry. In fact, their constant bickering is more along the lines of the little boy pulling the girls’ hair on the playground at recess — he likes her. Despite all the rumors in town, neither of them have been with anyone for so long that they’re a little rusty and a lot unsure. But Preston is determined to get past Apple’s acerbic tongue and make her see him for the man he is — truly interested in a real relationship with her and unwilling to let her fears get in the way.
I’m not really sure what was missing, but Love So Right by Marquita Valentine didn’t really resonate with me. While Apple was certainly one of the more intriguing secondary characters in the previous books in this series, I didn’t find her all that interesting in her own story. She’d been burned by guys who were only after one thing in the past, guys who soon moved on to “better” women, and she’d pretty much stopped dating at all because of it. Preston was likewise out of the game for a long time, allowing the townsfolk to gossip about his imaginary exploits, but not really putting himself out there to really fall for anyone.
Once he set his sights on landing Apple, he was completely forthright about his feelings and intentions, which is certainly a refreshing change for a romance novel. Apple was predictably hesitant to trust him, but they both seemed to move past that pretty easily. Sure, she had her doubts, and there were certainly some moments when she second-guessed everything — to the point of running out on him the morning after. But he was easily able to drop everything and go after her in a grand gesture, and from then on out it was relatively smooth sailing. The only conflict, other than their own hang-ups, was the McCoy women, who struck me as so ridiculous that I just couldn’t believe Apple even cared what they thought.
The McCoy women of the town were present in previous books, but in those stories, they just seemed like a gossipy bunch of hens who had nothing better to do than passive-aggressively belittle people. In Love so Right, they seemed to be more of a mob who made decisions for everybody, and it was less of a dramatic conflict than a nuisance to read about.
I can’t say it’s a bad book, and perhaps if I’d read the previous books in the series more recently, I’d have enjoyed it more. The writing was fine, but I never connected with the characters, and it seemed to lack whatever bit of magic had me raving about the previous books. For whatever reason, Love So Right missed the mark for me.
Preston is a very single minded, strong but sweet man with one woman on his mind day and night. Apple is so adorable and compassionate you just want hug all her hurts away. They are an amazing paring and I love every twist in turn in their journey together. Highly Lovable and Entertaining Read.
Now Preston has always had a thing for Apple. Yet McCoy's and Lawson's have always been at odds with one another, but it has been slowly breaking apart. I mean Lemon married Tristan, and Harper married Austin, so the walls are coming down. Why not Preston take a chance on Apple.
Basically, you have persistent Preston trying to tame the wild Apple, by the way it's a little rough. However, Apple does like Preston's attention, but she doesn't know how to truly handle it. All in all, Love So Right was a pretty good read. I enjoyed the banter between the two of them. Preston does have to stay on his toes when he goes head-to-head with Apple. Overall, a pretty good read and fairly quick read.
4 1/2 Stars
Nice little read, but like I said, should be listed as a novella.
Love the future glimpses at the end!
I can't say that Apple ever made much of an impression on me. Other than knowing she was kind of bitter over Caleb.
Preston is new to me. I don't recall him being in other books.
Anyway, they both like each other but Apple has to get over the 'rules' that are placed on the McCoy women.