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This book is, in my opinion, so much better than Loving Rowan. I feel the characters are more rounded and real - not that they were that bad in Loving Rowan, these are just better. The story is engaging, captivating and thoroughly real. There are no billionaires, no rock stars etc. just everyday people struggling with everyday issues. This book is written from Andrew's POV and it surprised me that I enjoyed this. I usually like dual POV's so I know how both main characters are feeling etc.
As with her other stories this book doesn't finish with just a HEA. It follows the story of Andrew and Maddy for several years beyond where most stories would have finished. Again the characters are well rounded and someone you could live next door to. The plot is believable and you really can't help but love Andrew. It was also nice to catch up with characters from the previous book in the series.
Andrew is fresh off of a prison sentence for taking Rowan. He has learned his lesson, had plenty of time to think about the things he did and is ready to move on with his life. While he would like Rowan as a friend, he knows that's a long shot right now. Not wanting to stay with his parents for long, Andrew finds a boarding house for recently released felons and rents a room there.
Three days is all it took for Maddy to wiggle her way into Andrew's heart. She is a spunky girl that isn't afraid to say what's on her mind, or what she would like to do to Andrew. She has lived at the boarding house all of her life and pretty much knows how to spot "the good ones" and Andrew fits that bill perfectly.
Andrew and Maddie strike up a friendship that leads to so much more. I loved how he wanted to straighten his life out and make peace with his past. The tragedy with his first wife made him act irrationally and he knows what he did was wrong and sees up close and personal as time goes on. There are a few relationships that need mending and you hope as you read that Andrew gets the peace he so craves.
Three Days is a well written, sexy story about love and loss, friendships new and old. While there is an underlying tone for the relationship or lack there of with Maddy's father, Ariadne Wayne doesn't exploit it and moves on from it quickly. I like Three Days so much I am going to read Loving Rowan (book one) to see exactly how it all began.
Reviewed for Renee Entress's Blog
Knowing that he cannot stay with his parents, Andrew moves into a halfway house where he meets Maddy. She is like a breath of fresh air, taking his breath away with just a look and a smile. There is just something about Maddy that Andrew wants to get to know.
They have like an instant attraction, but before Andrew can even think about anything else he needs to try and make things right with Rowen and her husband Kyle.
Now with his apology accepted with hesitation from Kyle and Rowan, Andrew feels he can finally get on with his life. Maddy is young and beautiful, but she has got her own demons to work through. But together they work through making peace with their pasts.
Andrew and Maddy' s friendship leads to so much more, two people taking comfort in each other and then falling in love. I enjoyed Three Days very much, Andrew was just so sweet, sometimes too sweet. And Maddy was quite spunky and good for Andrew. Although at times she was a little bit immature.
This was a quick romantic read and I just loved Andrew and Maddy together. I am giving this book 4 stars. I recommend that you pick this one up. You will not be disappointed.
Written by Laura for Summer’s Book Blog.
Now he is in the frame of mind of seeking forgiveness and finding redemption. A large part of that healing process is bound up in the dramatic presence of one remarkable woman, Maddy. It was a lovely experience watching Andrew finding love, purpose, peace and meaning to his life. The evolution of the various relationships were a joy to observe. The episodes of darkness that entered the lives of Maddie and Andrew only strengthened their love for each other and opened up new opportunities that filled their hearts with an abundance of sunshine. I thoroughly enjoyed this journey and applaud the author on a job well done. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. Five Stars.