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Falling for the Ex: A Small Town Enemies-to-Lovers Romance (Bliss River Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08D5B4MP5
- Publication date : September 1, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2075 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 268 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #87,508 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Aria March and Nash Geary met at art camp one summer. She was the innocent, upper middle-class good girl, and he was the older guy from the other side of the tracks. None of that mattered where young love was concerned, until they got caught together after curfew. Let’s just say that things didn’t end well, and when Aria finally mustered up her courage to talk to Nash weeks later, things went even worse.
Years later, Aria has returned to Bliss River with her infant daughter, working with her sisters at Ever After Catering and doing her best as a single parent with help from her family. Just when things are looking up, Aria's scoundrel of an ex, who’s now married, serves her with papers seeking custody of the daughter he's ignored since Felicity was born. It would certainly give a more positive impression to the court if Aria weren’t living with her parents, and it would look even better if Aria had a husband. This, along with Nash's ex of six weeks flaunting her new engagement and too much beer consumed at the county fair, results in Aria and Nash saying “I do" at the Bliss River courthouse.
Not only is this a small-town romance, but it's from one of my favorite funny ladies, so it's an auto buy for me. I enjoyed getting to know the March family in the first book, so I was eager to get my hands on Aria and Nash's story. And I loved it! I love the charms and quirks of Bliss River, the helpful, sometimes interfering, messy families, and especially Aria, little Felicity and Nash together. And Nash with Felicity? Gah! How a nine-month-old girl could have so much personality is beyond me, but she had Nash wrapped around her tiny pinkie and I swooned all over myself.
Nash and Aria have what we’ve all wished for at some point in our lives. Someone who sees us, the good and the bad, and still chooses us. Someone who loves us unconditionally, and someone who just wants to be a part of our happiness. *sigh* And maybe the fact that Aria and Nash missed out on so many years together makes their valiantly fought for HEA that much sweeter. Their road to forever is sweet and funny yet, at times, precarious and heartbreaking, and the dips and turns will give you the best kind of emotional workout. It's a delightful, heartfelt, glorious rìde that you won’t want to miss.
In the small town of Bliss River, the March Family is well known and respected. Aria is the oldest of the three March sisters. She's single mom to Felicity, works with her sisters as pastry-chef in their catering business, and is currently living back at home with her parents after a failed "not" marriage. Growing up, Nash Geary didn't have the same advantaged that Aria had. His family wasn't as well off as the March Family. Twelve years ago, when they were just teenagers, Aria and Nash fell in love when they met in Art Camp. After a "misunderstanding" tore them apart without so much as a good-bye, Aria and Nash's love turned into hate, but 12 years later Nash and Aria come together in order to help each other in a very unique way. Unable to fight their undeniable chemistry, Aria and Nash give in to temptation, but what happens when the past comes knocking on their door?
I absolutely loved everything about this book. Lili Valente writes such amazing characters who are perfectly imperfect and that makes them very easy to relate to. This book had a lot of steamy scenes. While the chemistry between Aria and Nash was explosive, this book also had some pretty difficult parts. Aria's dad, Mr. March, is not my favorite person at all. Not only because of his accusations, but also because I feel he placed an expectations on his daughters that made them feel as if they don't do things in a certain order in life then they're doing it wrong. Some of his words were really harsh. Living in small towns definitely means some drama, but I loved how Aria and Nash stood up for themselves and for each other. It was 12 years; 12 years of misunderstanding and assumptions that stood in their way.
I can't wait to read Melody and Nick's story.