- File Size: 454 KB
- Print Length: 283 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LPG66M8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,396 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Nashville is a nurse and a country girl at heart. She works long hours and sends as much money as she can to her parents. Her parents own a ranch in Nashville and are struggling to keep up with all the bills. Nash lives together with her best friend Anna, who is also a nurse. They love to go rock climbing together. At the top of a climbed rock Nash meets August. Nash is instantly drawn to him and when August hurts his hand on the way down she doesn't hesitate to tell him to go to the hospital, so Nash can take care of him.
August is such a sweet and kind man and he gives more than he takes. He spends a lot of money to make the lives of other people better. He feels guilty about the accident which killed his mother. Because of his guilt he still takes care of his father who is in a catatonic state after a stroke. August can be stubborn, dominant and controlling, but he needs this for his own survival. He is a person I instantly loved and who captured my heart with his kindness.
Nash has always been a good daughter to her parents. She works hard and is loyal. Nash is also funny and feisty. August's millions don't faze her. She is her own person and manages to take care of herself really well. I loved the fact that Nash didn't let August dominate her. She isn't a pushover and demands to be treated well. Nash has a good heart and is willing to do what needs to be done to save the people she loves.
Next August is an amazing story about grief, love and finding the strength to let people in again. Kelly Moore never lets you down with her strong and deep characters. August is an Alpha male who finds his equal in Nash. They truly complete each other. This story captivated me from the beginning. Kelly Moore's writing style flows so naturally that I flew through the pages. The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat. Next August is an emotional read with so much love, I'll remember this story for a very long time.
I loved, loved, loved everything about this book. August is an incredibly adorable character and even during his stubborn or ugly moments you can empathize because of the things he has experienced. The only real closeness in his life has been with Claire, Sam, and his housekeeper Stella. He has paid for the best medical care and therapy for Sam, runs background checks on Claire’s potential dates, and respects and pays his employees very well. Nashville is also amazing with her southern charm and stubbornness, and how clear she makes it to August that she doesn’t want his money. Not only does she fall in love with August, she becomes very attached to his father who has suffered a stroke and not responded to anyone until Nashville came into his life. Nashville changes August in that she forces him to be open and honest but also makes him feel safe in doing so.
“Next August” not only has characters that you truly find yourself invested in, but there is a perfect balance of romance, conflict, and suspense. So often in billionaire romances, there is a lack of realism where the man can just drop his entire life and only focus on winning the girl. One thing I love about Kelly’s writing is that her characters are realistic, they have jobs they go to, they get sick, etc. Kelly Moore has such a smooth and easy writing style that you just sail through reading, enjoy an escape from reality, and get lost in the story. I was blown away by how fantastic this novel is and cannot give it enough praise. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting to read an exciting and different romance novel.
*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I loved how Nashville calmed August down and made him so happy. Nashville hated that August tried to control her and use his money all the time. She loved August for himself and not for his money. It was sad that August never had much of a childhood and the love of his parents after age eight. There were some wonderful people in August's life that gave him love such as his housekeeper Stella and Claire and Sam the mother and son that he helped after the car accident. There was someone that was trying to make life miserable for August that made the story more exciting. I didn't want to put the book down once I started reading it. I strongly encourage you to read this book. I voluntarily read this book that was given to me by the author.
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