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Return to You (Montgomery Brothers) Mass Market Paperback – March 3, 2015
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"A moving tale of reunion and redemption, the latest installment of Chase's Montgomery Brothers series will please both fans who will love the chance to revisit familiar faces and newcomers alike." - RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
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When she's not working on a new story, she spends her time reading contemporary romances, playing way too many games of Scrabble or Solitaire on Facebook and spending time with her husband of 25 years and their two sons in North Carolina.
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Elder William Montgomery, is the family matchmaker, who has a knack for pairing his children, nieces and nephews with their true loves. This is a very cute premise and Ms. Chase does a nice job of bringing it all together. The two main characters, Selena Ainsley, an event planner, and James Montgomery, a detective with a passion for landscaping, were fun, interesting and likeable. Their chemistry was amazingly hot, yet mostly behind closed doors. I liked them both as a individuals and as a couple.
After ten years of successfully being on her own, Selena has returned to her hometown in Long Island to organize her high school reunion. She loves her life on the Outer Banks, however she is lonely and still in love with James, her boyfriend from high school. They even planned on getting married, way back when. James still lives in town, working in a career that he is good at, but truly does not enjoy. His heart has never stopped aching for Selena. Due to a car accident, unnecessary parental involvement and immaturity, their relationship ended much to soon. Both have a ton of baggage that they need to discuss and unload, in order to move forward in their lives.
Overall, this was an engaging reunion romance. However, the plot dragged quite a bit and I found myself skimming through some of the pages in order to get to the more meaningful interactions.
Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
The story did nothing for me, really. Selena needs to get a hold of herself and not lose control over James just because she still have feelings for him. He would kiss her and she would just let him. Then post-lip lock, they would get in a row with each other. I'm totally confused!! To me, it's like watching a bad episode of General Hospital or Days of Our Lives.
The only best thing in this book is the ending, and that is why I gave it two stars instead of one.
I had bought the first two bookw in this series because it was a better deal than just buying one. This is not the genre I usually read so I was afraid that it would be too romantic and too schmnaltzy. Boy, was I wrong. After I read the first one, I was so happy that I bought the second one. So when I saw this particular book, I knew that I had to get it and read it. And this fifth book did not disappointment me.
The first two books were about single brothers whose father had decided that they needed to settle down and get married. So he decided to play matchmaker, and did an excellent job. In this book, the hero is a cousin to the first two heroes. The father did such a great job with his sons that he decided to work on his nephews.
In this book, James and Selena knew each other when they were young. They had planned to get married, but Selena's father lied to James and sent him away after Selena was injured in a severe car crash. They have never forgotten each other nor have they moved on. James brother, Ryder finds out about Selena and calls his uncle to help get James and Selena back together.
This is a wonderful romance; I could not put it down. Samantha Chase is very good at developing the characters. I fell in love with James and Selena and the "matchmaker." James and Selena have never really stopped loving each other, but over the course of the book, I could see their love grow and mature.
The plots are not earth-shattering, but they are also well-developed so that we can watch the characters' feelings change and grow throughout the book. Not all of the story's situations are realistic, but most of it is.Read more ›
Ten years later James' Uncle William (the family matchmaker) decides it is time to step in and see if he can help get James and Selena back together.
I absolutely fell in love with James and Selena's story, it melted my heart!! What a great addition to the Montgomery Series!!!!
Eeek! I did not realize there were more Montgomery Brothers books out now!! I was so excited when I saw this book was on sale on Amazon! I immediately downloaded Return To You and started reading. Oh I just love this series!
Return To You is the story of James and Selena. They were a couple, so in love, going to get married, everything, but then something happened that destroyed both of them. They both are upset with the other for leaving and breaking their hearts. Selena has never been back to the town where she lived when she was dating James, where James still lives. It has been ten years and she still hasn't been able to move on. She thought James would come find her and fix everything, but he never did.
James has made a life for himself as a cop. After his heartache from Selena he never really moved on. He is so angry with her for leaving like she did, for doing everything that she did. When he finds out from a mutual friend that Selena will be in town again he is ready to have it out with her and then leave it in the past. He doesn't expect to still be attracted to her, to still want her after all this time.
Selena is staying with her friend who currently has a guy stalking her. She keeps getting thrown together with James since he is working on her friends case. She is afraid to talk to him, afraid to find out why he never came after her. She still wants him, still wants to be with him all this time later and she is scared to get her heart broken again. After all she is only in town for a little while and then she is going back home.
James and Selena eventually manage to work things out between them, but it is not easy getting there. It was hot and fun and tense and just great.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had such a hard time putting this book down. The story kept me engaged from beginning to end. I haven't read any other books in the series, but I definitely will after reading... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mstrng
This is a good series overall, but this one was just OK for me. I really like second-chance romances, but there was too much baggage in this one for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vivian F. Shane
Amazing read! William Montgomery is up to his matchmaking ways again and this time he's going to need all the help he can get. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bette Hansen
I enjoyed reading Summer and Ethan's story. This was a wonderful read. Through obstacles and family drama, Summer and Ethan's love prevailed.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Samantha Chase is a really good writer and the more I read by her the moire I like. This story of finding their way back to each other was really good. Tender and loving. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Suzie Glass
Very good book. Possibly the best in this series. I will start on the next in the series and hope it is as good as this one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kathryn L Wells
This is a sad book but also an amazing book. James and Selena's story is one about loss, trying to live up to other people's expectations and finding your way back. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shelly Small
I enjoyed reading this book. As a young woman Selena has some big setbacks in her life but is persuaded to come back home after 10 years and help organize their class reunion. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jannie Annie