- File Size: 6251 KB
- Print Length: 926 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: HEA Publishing (June 29, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ZTZPEYS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,866 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved this story. Kevin is a pediatric dentist that has lived his life too long making snap judgments about people and Emma is an extremely prideful woman that struggles with every little bit of help that is offered to her. Boy did this couple have some struggles getting it together. They both had the best of intentions but just didn't know how to express it. Emma is raising her brother's two little girls while he works to get his life together. Kevin is a successful pediatric dentist that is doing his best to find the "right" kind of girl to settle down with. Becky and Sam are the neighbors across the street they come through in a big way for both Kevin and Emma and Janice is the trouble making office manager at Kevin's practice. This story flows really well. I didn't want to put it down once I had started. I definitely recommend this book for classic romance fans. I have also found a new author to follow.
Rough Around The Edges Meets Refined -
I loved this story too. I loved all the characters and I was familiar with a few of them from reading the first book. This story is about a single Dad with 2 girls and a dance teacher with a few too many knocks in the head from life. She is extremely guarded and doesn't let anyone get too close, he is very open and full of fun and laughter. She is cautious and he throws caution to the wind. He has loved and lost but has moved on to be the best Dad he can and to give his girls a wonderful childhood and she has lost and never wants to let anyone close to her ever again. Her love story wasn't like his. Hers was bitter and polarizing and has taken too much from her. She doesn't trust herself to make good choices and isn't really sure she even knows who she is anymore. It's a wonderful romance and a definite must read.
Kevin. Could two people be more opposite? Possibly, but I loved the way he was so straight-laced and...almost boring, living his life almost exactly the way he was expected to. His left brain definitely loosened up and responded to Emma's way of life and he just couldn't help finding himself in the middle of trying to be her white knight. I loved the sparks of attraction. Both of them tried so desperately to avoid them, yet, like a moth to the flame, it was nearly impossible to do.
The second story can stand alone, as it follows the story of a secondary character from Book 1. Noah is a single, widower father, raising two young girls. He's a manly man--a man who works hard and is hands on. He can't do a decent ponytail, until he figures out a way to use the vacuum to suck the girls hair tight; he's not a great cook, but does enough to get by; and he's not looking for love again. He appears to be a little rough around the edges--ripped jeans, paint-splattered shirts, and slightly unorganized, yet appearances can be deceiving.
Noah's girls are adorable! They're so different from one another, yet they are best friends. One is into dance and girly things and the other is into horses. They unknowingly bridge a gap.
Cassie is a widow--one who is relieved to be a widow because of her unhappy marriage. She isn't looking for love either. Her marriage left her with the need to rebel--to an extent: pink everything, pizza delivered, a basement finished in a way that pleases her, etc. Cassie feels she needs to move slowly in her relationships in order to rediscover herself. Cassie is a dancer and really feels emotion through her movements and music. She's very outwardly refined, but she has insecurities, just like everyone else. I love the way she handles and treats Noah's girls.
I love the journey these two took to finding themselves, learning to compromise, and realizing their true hearts desires. I loved the ice cream/personality analysis. What a fun way to look at life! I loved seeing familiar characters in side roles, supporting their loved ones. The story engaged me and drew me in and I found myself cheering Noah and Cassie on. There were a few unexpected twists, but I was satisfied with the results.
The last story is the icing on the cake! This one is a new favorite for me! Sam(antha) is everything that I wish I could be, but I think I'm more like Colten. She's very spontaneous and full of life. After graduating from college, she has the summer off before she starts her new job in NYC and heads home to spend time with her family. After chauffeuring young Kajsa to a ranch, Sam sits down and makes a bucket list for the summer. What a FUN and creative list! I've tried to make a bucket list before and it just seems boring. Sam isn't afraid to try new things, but she is afraid from varying from her goals and lists.
Her first meeting with Colten the cowboy is hilarious. Colten is much more serious and is content with his life just the way it is. Who needs adventure and fun to change things up? Definitely not him. Sometimes opposites really do attract and two people become a good balance for each other. I love the way their personalities really come to life throughout the story.
I really loved the setting--a ranch in Colorado right during the summer! I love horses, but my youngest is the real horse lover in the family and Kajsa reminds me so much of her. I really enjoyed that aspect of the story--horses, training a wild mustang, ranch life, etc.
There were so many moments that had me smiling, laughing out loud, and just feeling plain old happy. Of course, there were some hard times too, but for the most part, this story is sunshine and rainbows and highly recommended for any and all clean romance lovers!
Content: All three stories are clean with lots of sweet, romantic moments.
*I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*
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