- File Size: 305 KB
- Print Length: 133 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945920432
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (June 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N2U961V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #304,196 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Too Close To Call is part of the 1,001 Dark Nights stories and her book features Kyler, whom we met in the third book of Tessa' Romancing the Clarksons series. He's a sweet, good ol' country boy with a huge future in football. But none of that matters without his high school sweetheart, Bree; the high school sweetheart who broke his heart when she ended things right as he went away for college.
Tessa wrote these characters perfectly. Their mannerisms, the way they talk, how they interact with in their hometown, it just makes the story all the more real. I could so easily picture everything as if I was watching this book play out before. That's what helped me love this book all the more. When I met Kyler in Too Hard To Forget, I was praying that he would get some sort of story. And Tessa melted my heart with this book.
Kyler and Bree's story is one that know has happened before in real life. It's real, raw and natural and everything played out beautifully. I love these two characters - they are strong individually but together, they are force to be reckoned with. Oh and don't let me sweet and saccharine review fool you - these two get pretty damn hot and heavy. And Kyler shocked me with his naughty mouth.
Too Close To Call is that sweet, hometown story that you want to get lost in. You will find yourself routing for their HEA and feeling a little hot too when these stop holding back.
First, I've gotta start this review with a confession: I totally embarrassed myself on an airplane while reading this book. True story. But I'll get to that in a minute...
So we met Kyler briefly in a previous book and I knew there was something special about this guy and I knew when Tessa said she was writing him in this novella it was going to be damn special. Well, it was. All that and a bag of chips kind of special. I love a good second chance romance and boy, was this a doozy! These two characters are so incredible. Their past and their present are both equally complicated and simple at the same time. Complicated when you overthink all of the little things but simple when you focus on the one thing that matters most: their love for each other. I totally got why Bree was afraid to leave the small town and her family. I understood that she thought it was better to let Kyler go off and pursue his dreams alone. My heart broke for her but I understood why she did it. I also understood Kyler's need to have her back and never being able to let go of their past. She was too much a part of him...and vice versa. What all of that leads to is an emotion and heat packed story that I devoured on my flight. Oh yeah, getting back to that. So, the ending of this book was so..damn...good. Like, have a good cry, keep reading through the good cry, get to the amazing turning point, put down your kindle, close your eyes, and fist pump in the air and say "YES!" in a sort of not quiet whisper...all of which I did on the airplane. While wearing headphones. So I was probably a teeny bit louder than I should have been. Oh well! That's just what happens with a Tessa book!
Thank you, Tessa, for another ridiculously awesome book. I loved Kyler and Bree so much!
The hero does the chasing and the heroine lets him. Check. Kyler had to work at convincing Bree to be with him. She was not a doormat and did not readily give into him.
I want a romance story to include good smex scenes. Check. The sexual tension between Kyler and Bree built up and resulted in good sexy times.
I wanted a faithful hero. Check. Kyler and Bree, childhood sweethearts, were each others one and onlys. The were faithful to each other even during a 4 year separation. I loved both of them for that.
Decent ending. Check. Yes the story included one with that had an epilogue.
Protective, possessive and jealous hero. Well... Kyler was possessive and protective but tried to rise above being jealous because he thought that Bree would not react well to him being jealous. So while he felt jealousy but sadly did show it much. For me the problem is that I read this author's books because her heroes tend to be uber jealous and possessive. Therefore I have an expectation that they will be that way and when they are not I am disappointed. If anything Bree showed her jealously. When she heard that women were looking at Kyler while he was working out like he was a dessert and was told one was going to hit on him she ran over to where he was at and made it clear that he was with her.
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