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Kate Corbin has lost her spark. She lost her mom at the age of eight and just nine months ago, Rose, her mother’s best friend who had taken her in, died. Working at the Chicago Crier, a newspaper and blog, her boss gave her an assignment that he hoped would bring life back into Kate. Kate’s assignment was to interview R.J. Lawson who had disappeared from life in the public eye.
Kate accepted the job. She needed the change in scenery and something that would inspire her once again. She was in a dead-end relationship that left her feeling lonely. Her motto became I’m all I’ve got.
From the moment I met Jamie I fell in love. He’s sweet, smart, caring, sensitive, and felt like a burden for being a diabetic if people wanted to take care of him or help him. He’s perfect. Jamie has definitely made it as one of my book boyfriends. By chapter five, I shed my first tear for Jamie and as I read each passing chapter, I fell for him more and more.
I don’t want to give away any spoilers and there’s so much more I could say, but I don’t want to ruin this book for anyone who hasn’t read it yet. If you love romance then you’ll love this book. I cannot wait to read more of Renee Carlino’s books. The only negative thing I have to say is that the epilogue was too short, but it was a good ending from Jamie’s point of view.
What started out as a journey for one girl who kept herself hidden in the darkness became the story of two souls connected and growing together in the light.
Kate Corbin has been in a slump, a bad place, since the passing of her friend and second mom - Rose. She is a writer for a Chicago paper and her friends found the perfect opportunity for her to get away and maybe find herself again, in Napa, California. Kate is concerned to be given such an important story - but she takes it all in stride and pushes herself outside of her personal limits. When she gets there, the man she was to interview kinda blows her off...right into the hands of the jack of all trades - Jamie.
I can't really tell you much more about the story, without giving away plot points, but lets just say that once you pick up this book you won't want to put it down.
Jamie and Kate together are magical. The electricity between the two of them could start a forest fire. I had a small smile on my face while reading - almost the entire book.
Believe me - you will not be disappointed. This book has moved into my Top 5 for 2014. Go pick it up. Read it, share it with your friends. Just like I am sharing with you. - Happy Reading <3
Kate is our main character and I really liked her and felt for her so much. When we meet her she feels lost and alone, but at the same time she thinks she is content. Kate has basically lost her spark and she thinks that being alone is best; that you only have yourself. It was a bit heartbreaking because you can tell that Kate has a lot to offer the world and she just can’t see it. I loved watching Kate start to open up and see that there can be more to life if she is brave enough to reach out and take it. When we hit the point where the floor falls out, I didn’t know if Kate could handle it again. And while she may not have reacted how I wanted her to, she proved that she could take it. In a lot of ways Kate needed the floor to fall out so she could see what she wanted from life.
Our love interest is Jamie and I am a little bit in love with Jamie. He is just wonderful and damn near perfect. Okay, not true. Jamie is not perfect. He makes mistakes and he is real but I really loved him; so in my head he is perfect. There is a lot I want to say about Jamie, but I also don’t want to say much because I feel like everyone should just go meet Jamie for themselves. Also there is some spoilers surrounding him and while I admit to guessing his secret correctly, it did not lessen the pain when it was brought into the light. I loved everything from his charm to his wit, he is gorgeous but he also has a gorgeous personality. Also he is persistent and goes for what he wants.
The chemistry between Jamie and Kate just feels so real. You can see the connection as clear as day between them. They have some truly tender and sweet moments and they also have some off the chart steamy moments. I completely got caught up in their whirlwind romance.
Nowhere But Here also delivered a great set of secondary characters. I have a real soft spot for Jerry and Dylan. Both of them were such helps to Kate. They told her what she needed to hear but were also there when she needed to fall apart. I also need to mention that Will and Mia from Sweet Thing make a cameo. Normally I wouldn’t mention something like this, but being that their cameo brought on feels and tears I thought it was necessary. I thought it was the perfect touch and addition to the story. Also I love Will Ryan and will take any opportunity to talk about him.
Nowhere But Here was a heartwarming read and one I easily fell in love with. Jamie and Kate are great characters and they are great together. I just loved them and their story and just everything about the book. It’s a beautiful story and I highly recommend reading it.
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