- File Size: 3368 KB
- Print Length: 297 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 10, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CT7HWGL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,053 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When I sit down to read a book by Tracy I know I might as well get comfy, have a tasty beverage, and a snack because it's going to be while. I mean those words in the best possible way. The stories by Tracy Ewens meander. They take that special time to move forward, back, and side to side. If you expect a book to move along at lightening speed you might be a bit disappointed. How many authors take time to develop a story, a family, a full community. Tracy Ewens does. This is why I will be in line if and when Tracy gifts us with another gem.
We have seen this series move up the coast and finally settle in this little town. We finally have almost all of the players settled with their person. I always loved the energy and spunk of Cade and he gave as good as he got with this read. The always lovely Sistine proved she is a human after all in this story. What I also loved in this story was the moment they shared the first date, the first kiss, the first sharing of the heart. Tracy Ewens did herself proud with this book and she also did this little fictional community proud with this book. This was a very special book and I would only love to see more from this quirky group. Exceptional work Tracy! denise bailey
Although I will always think of Travis from Reserved as my favorite Hero in her books, Cade quickly climbed the chart as another favorite. I loved that he saw his brothers so happy and wanted that for himself.
Go and get this book! You won’t regret it!
I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for a honest and voluntary review.
This story snuck up on me. It started off slowly and evenly, as we are introduced to Cade and his brothers and inlaws, et al., as well as Sistine, her friends and background. A lot of the first part of the story is told through either narrative or by "reading" the thoughts of Cade and Sistine, and that's where the pacing started to bug me a little bit. The pace of the book seemed to slow down and speed up and not always in places where I expected it to. That isn't so much a criticism as an observation. Since I've never read any other books by Ms. Ewens, I have no idea if that type of pacing is in her other books too.
Beyond the pacing, I enjoyed the give and take between Cade and Sistine. This was a case of knowing someone for a long time, but not really noticing that you're drawn to them or even acknowledging why you want to be around them. In this case, Cade, after a rather rude awakening (I have to assume he has a very nice butt), decided that instead of this all fun loving, don't take anything serious, demeanor he has been enjoying all this time, he should grow up. His brother having a baby and the realization that other people have duties and responsibilities that bog them down, has made him realize that he's been pretty much the goof off brother for a while.
I loved the word play between them - Cade and Sistine both share the love of language and verbiage and that's what drew me to both characters, as I could see them in my mind and picture knowing the two of them. That's what makes a good character for me - is it someone I could actually know and like in real life? If the answer is yes, then the character has been developed enough that I can like, or dislike, or not care for them - and I since I don't like everyone I know in real life, my personal feeling about a certain character doesn't matter. If they're developed well, I can picture them.
I am not one for spoilers, but I'll say that the book is good, it is steady, and it tells an interesting story, which is the whole point of reading a book in the first place. I don't think you will be disappointed with this book, I know I wasn't. If anything, I didn't really want the book to end.