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- Publisher: ZoYo Press (December 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O4GUH1S
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Dani has had a crush on Jake since she was a teen. Being 8 years older he was too old to be having feelings for her but he did. He kept those feelings to himself since he felt he was too old for her as well. The time has come when age is no longer an issue. She wants him and lets him know in no uncertain terms just how she feels. He still holds back. There is a lot of back and forth before these two get on the same page but when they do they burn up the sheets.
They are both a bit leery about letting all the family members know they are serious about one another so they keep their love to themselves until he gets tired of being a secret. Being older he is ready to get on with his life and doesn't want to stay hidden away. Of course there is a little drama before they get to their HEA. It is a very good story and I definitely recommend it.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 7/7/17
This story picks up where book 1 – Love In a Small Town (Rafe & Olivia’s story) – left off and now we get to watch Jake and Dani dance around their attraction for each other. Jake has wanted Dani for a long time but has always kept his distance since Dani was so young, not to mention the fact that her brothers would probably kill him for touching her! Even now that Dani is all grown up, they continue to dance around each other, until it seems that there may never be a “good” time to see where the attraction between them can go. And when Dani decides to give it one last try to catch Jake’s attention before she gives up on him for good, well, let’s just say her plan does just that!
I just loved both of these characters separately, but together they really made me smile. Between all the banter and the years of built up sexual tension between the two, they were a really fun couple that had me laughing and fanning myself – sometimes at the same time!
What I love most about Jake and Dani’s story though was that once they committed to seeing where their relationship would go, they were both all in. And even though they both had a hard time trusting that the other’s feelings were just as deep, when issues came up the drama was kept to a minimum and never dragged on. I loved that they both really did wear their hearts on their sleeves and weren't afraid to put themselves out there when it mattered, and they truly believed in one another – even though at times they didn't realize it. And when they are faced with a potentially relationship ending situation, I loved the way that they both handled the situation – not that there wasn't a bit of angst and a bit of drama, but there was a maturity in dealing with the relationship issues that I really appreciated.
I cannot wait to read the next installment in this series – as I said, Pine Harbour is my kind of town and this book and series are my kind of reads!
I was given a copy of this book by the author for an honest review.
Jake has held a deep attraction for Dani ever since she was a seventeen year old high school senior. As he was twenty five at the time he did not act on those feelings especially as she was the little sister of his best friend Rafe. Her brothers are highly protective of her and for Jake to come out and claim her would cause all kinds of problems, so he has kept his love for her secret.
Dani however has always known his secret attraction to her and something nearly happened when she was seventeen when he drove her home from a party. It’s now seven years since and Dani is now a grown woman who has had relationships which Jake has seen come and go and is partly the reason he signed up for a tour of Afghanistan with the army reserves. Dani is now done with all the waiting for the right time and after the tragedy that happens to their friend Lynn, the unspoken is breached but Jake still feels it is not the right time and continues to drag his feet. How would it look to their friends and family to go into a relationship when Lynn’s husband has lost her so tragically? Dani feels he is again putting circumstances and other people first instead of putting her as priority. She is done but she also gets a little help from his sister-in-law Olivia, to put plans into place to push the gorgeous man to take what he has always wanted and Dani is definitely wanting the same thing.
At first Jake did frustrate me and I was wondering why he didn’t man up but then once you get to know him and how this gorgeous man always puts others first instead of his own happiness just makes your heart melt. When the pair finally agree to pursue a relationship it all actions go and the hotness factor took off!
I absolutely loved the chemistry and the believability of both these characters. Yes there was some angst within the storyline but not overly so. It made it so real and true to how a relationship grew. There was no need for any subplot of murders or kidnapping, this was an ultimate love story with lots of sensual steaminess to keep the reader avidly reading. It was another unputdownable read from Ms York and a definite to add to the re-read list.
There are a lot of secondary characters (all hot alpha men!) and the family connections are a huge part of this small town romance series. It is a definite favourite of mine and one I highly recommend. Five amazing stars.
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