- File Size: 1586 KB
- Print Length: 258 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 168058331X
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing, LLC (February 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06X3W998B
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #284,759 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Emily Breaux had enough of her husband. She worked two jobs while her alcoholic husband got fired for refusing to go to counseling (for his alcohol problem) and because he's always drinking he can't get another job, and just keep taking her money for more booze. After one too many nights coming home to a pig sty, Emily finally snapped, took her meager belongings, and went back to her hometown of Bon Chance, Louisiana, and her circle of friends, who called themselves the Boonies. She's determined to save up enough money to open her own catering company and fix up her grandparent's house. She also found Noah Devereaux, a childhood friend, who came home from Iraq with PTSD. They helped each other, and they slowly fell in love... But can they go the distance?
This is the slow-simmer kind of romance, not insta-lust, and the push-pull between Emily and Noah was quite sweet. The ex-husband was a complete douchebag, but a really pathetic one, as all he can do is complain, nag, send nasty text, leave angry whiny messages. To show you how pathetic he is, I have the spoil the ending
I WARNED YOU
Someone drove the ex to the Boonies beach party (wait, how did the darn husband get to town?) and after saying a couple slurred angry words, ex basically keels over and head plants into the sand. Emily basically had to rant and let out her anger to the back of the guy's unconscious head. They load him back onto the vehicle that dropped him off, and that's about it. Really? That's the emotional climax? WTF? That's lame.
I found this story well written, but would have loved to had more of a view of Emily & Noah’s lives outside of their friendship growing up… a bit more history for each of them rather it was separate or together. A.L. Vincent did a good job with character development between Emily & Noah. Emily is not the same girl she was when she left Bon Chance years ago, however, each day back she rediscovers pieces of her – on her own, along with the aide of her friends she has missed. I did like this story despite my desire for more; it did flow well with back history being shared in just the right spots. I loved the Boonies group and their easy banter and relationship with one another. The author laid great groundwork in this story for the series and I look forward to reading more.