- File Size: 4150 KB
- Print Length: 188 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Stacey Joy Netzel (September 13, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KBFMRUE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311,366 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Spring Dreams (Romancing Wisconsin Book 9) Kindle Edition
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When Alex returns to a town he left nine years ago to see his Mother after she has surgery. He plans on just passing through town but a meddling Santa Butch has other ideas. Alex finds himself helping Emma at the Easter Egg hunt and and at her teen center. Emma might be just what Santa ordered to help Alex heal to broken heart and wondering soul.
The way you bring these characters to life is absolutely wonderful. You can feel their torment, anguish, and every other emotion they go through, it just leaps off the pages. I wanted to console Alex so bad after his confrontation with his Dad. His Dad made me so angry I want to slap him and I'm nit a violent person.
I love Santa Butch and his meddling ways.
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Emma and Alex had a sweet and intense connection almost from the very minute they meet face to face and are more similar than you might originally think, especially given the way their first introduction happens (it really does include an Easter bunny suit!). Emma is relatively new to town but established herself with a sweet and quietly confident demeanour while Alex is returning hoe for the first time in nine years after this former bad-boy ended up in prison and avoiding having to deal with his past. Despite being so glaringly different at first, the emotional connection these two made was what really added a depth to the developing relationship between Alex and Emma, despite their insecurities which weren’t just completely ignored. Having the two work together added a good foundation to develop the characters and their relationship in the short time-frame of the book to a good level, adding a level of believability to their feelings developing so quickly. The dual perspectives you get through the book helped round the characters further with the sub-characters also showing differing perspectives of the two; the sub-characters were just as loveable as Alex and Emma and I imagine for those who have read the previous books in this series it’s nice re-visit previous characters but personally, as I have already said, I haven’t read any of the previous books in this series but had no trouble whatsoever following along with the characters used to help develop Alex and Emma’s story, personalities, and relationship.
Spring Dreams is well written with a good flow and had a fast pace which worked well with how the author panned out the story. The book is set over only two weeks but while the overall time frame gives off a fast pace, it also had a good steady pace in developing the relationship between these two opposite characters who are both secretly looking for the same thing, knowingly and unknowingly in Alex’s mind; family. The book isn’t overly explicit, only one sex scene, but it is more than enough to satisfy given the heated attracted growing throughout the book between Alex and Emma and the time frame of the book not being that long. I personally liked how it was all played out but if you are looking for a book filled with lots of sexual content, this is definitely a sweeter with a bit of explicit language romance book. There is a sweet HEA after a last minute bit of drama that rounds off the story nicely to make it a true standalone with all ties for Alex and Emma’s story finished.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this well written small town romance book and would recommend it to any romance fans out there. I will definitely keep a look out for more of this author’s work in the future.
*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
Emma Winston has decided to take her change of circumstances and use her social service skills for even greater good. She is using a surprising inheritance to create a youth center. When she first encounters Alex at the Easter Egg Hunt she helped organize, she saw the pain in his eyes after his brother Nash accused him of accosting Emma, but doesn’t think she will ever see him again, especially after their run in at the hospital later, when visiting Butch. She is shocked to find him on the steps the next morning when she arrives at work to find out that Butch has assigned Alex to replace him as Emma’s assistant while he recovers. Can they resist the pull they feel for six weeks, or will
The more time Alex spends at home, the more he realizes that he wants to make things right with his family and spend his future with Emma. And Emma realizes that if she takes a chance, she might just find the family she has always desired.
Once again, Santa Butch seems to know what people need, this time knowing from the moment that Alex hit him that Alex needs a reason to stay to give him the time Alex needs to reconnect with his family and that Alex is the person that Emma needs, both on a professional and personal level.
The author shows that the road to redemption is not always smooth – Alex is not welcomed back with open arms right away and we see that forgiveness and a second chance are not always instantaneous and may require time and patience. I absolutely loved Alex and how he managed to overcome the odds and become a much better man. He is absolutely swoon-worthy. And Emma reaches out and touches your heart with her warmth and belief in others.
*I received an advance copy of this book from the author.
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I have read every one of the books in this series and as always they keep you interested throughout the entire book.Read more
Just a wonderful well written story, Santa Butch is a clever sneak and once he gets that twinkle in his eye you might as well have a...Read more