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|Book 8 of 9 in Until Him/Her|
|Age Level: 18 - 18|
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- File size : 2454 KB
- Publication date : July 30, 2019
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 247 pages
- ASIN : B07T3XHYF1
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #49,539 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I liked December & Gareth (& his boys) but their story lacked that something special. There was no real drama, no infamous BOOM! (like how it's been felt in the past with all the other characters), no surprises & just... well, no real plot. The story mostly centered on them coming together, her fitting into his/his sons lives, comments from their families & that's about it. There was a teeny-tiny attempt at some danger (the kind we expect from the kids' stories in this series) but I found it to be poorly executed & quickly squished in at the end.
I just needed more from this book & unfortunately, it never happened.
(Until June and Until Harmony are a close second). I love every single book in the Until Him/Her series (as it is one of my all time favorite series and one I enjoy re-reading) and believe you should read them all if you have not done so. I also highly recommend that you read the original Until series if you have not already, to find out how the Boom was started. That series is and will also always be one of my all time favorites and one that I will always love to re-read. Until December most definitely delivers the Boom and the swoon. Be prepared to fall head over heels for December, Gareth, Mitchell and Max. Happy Reading!!
Not as drama filled as the others and I would have enjoyed a bit more development regarding Gareth’s relationship with Mack or with his tattoo-artist auntie but I get the book couldn’t be 1000 pages (though I’d likely still read it in its entirety in a whole sitting!)...one major thing I do miss though is the description of the girls getting ready for their night out and of their night out! Also disappointing is that Harmony lives across from Gareth but neither December or Harmony hang out much and after the first few chapters, April drops off the face of the planet...oh and also, the couple of times they go to Flame and Mack never greets them even when they are seated in an area where his parents are dining...i feel like some scenes or characters would better be left out entirely than even mentioned.
Until December is December Mayson’s story. A bit nerdy and not nearly as outgoing as her sisters or her mother, December is a teacher whose dating experiences have been more of a light pop and not nearly the boom she’s been waiting on. Then she meets Gareth Black at her cousin’s wedding, and the sparks start to fly. Gareth Black, a single father to two boys, is focused solely on his sons. He’s working two jobs and raising two boys on his own. His ex’s betrayal still stings, and because of that and his busy schedule, he just doesn’t make time for dating. Then he sees December Mayson at a friend’s wedding, and he’s immediately drawn to her. Reynolds works her magic with this slower-burning romance as this couple works through their baggage to come out a strong, united front on the other side. I absolutely loved watching this couple fall in love, I was totally swept up in their romance, which was made even sweeter with Gareth’s two sons in the mix.
Until December was a light-hearted, sexy and sweet romance with plenty of Reynolds’ trademark BOOM! I devoured this book in a single sitting, and smiled the whole way through. Until December gets 4.5 smooches from me!
Top reviews from other countries
It was such a slow start. They literally meet and there's a connection, but I, personally, didn't feel the connection. There was no build up. It just happened.
I was going to give up And read something else. The last few books have been a bit of a let down. They felt rushed and felt like I was missing parts. Things just happened out of nowhere.
But it got so good. The connection finally felt like it was there and I was left on the edge of my seat wondering what drama would happen that would get the heroine to save her....
It did not happen.
The story had such potential. They have 2 things happening that you see very briefly throughout the book. And I kept hoping something big would happen with one or the other. Both subjects had the potential to set this book apart from others.
But the ending was such a let down. It came out of nowhere. I wont post spoilers but I know the ending is a huge thing going on in the US right now and I'm not sure if the author skipped that "major scene" because she didn't want to upset anyone. But I have faith in Auroras writing and really do believe she could have shared some light on such a touchy and heart breaking subject. But I felt like it was glossed over and it ruined the ending for me.
I will continue to keep reading the series because I'm so invested in the boom. But I really hope Aurora brings us the boom we all know and love.
She's such an amazing writer and a beautiful person.
She smashed the storyline with the heroine and his boys. She couldn't have made that more perfect. I even had tears every time she stood by the boys when they were conflicted about their mum.
Until December is the story of December Mayson and Gareth, a single father, who meet on the night of December's cousin's wedding. December is an introvert, an avid reader and lover of her own space, something her sisters try to push her out of. Gareth's life on the other hand is full, juggling two jobs and two sons single-handedly, so a relationship is not what either of them needs or expects. But their instant attraction results in a BOOM and they have to navigate the messy path to their HEA, involving a crazy ex, communication confusion and a crazy dog. Will their boom result in a HEA?
December is such a strong independent woman, she just prefers to keep that side of her hidden until she absolutely needs it, but you can tell she's a Mayson from the start. I loved how she stood up for those she loves and her relationship with her sisters was so sweet and hilarious, I love how their girls nights always seem to end in drunken disaster! Gareth was hesitant to open his heart after the awful end to his past relationship, but he had to see where the attraction with December would lead, even after they got off to a rough start. He realised quickly that it was more than a want, him and his boys needed her in their lives for good. How they all fit together and became a family was so sweet and beautiful, proving that family doesn't have to be blood.
Aurora’s books are such great escapes from the world, they are steamy, sweet and romantic, full of alpha heroes and fiery heroines, with enough drama and suspense to keep you hooked. It was great to see the other members of the family and how in love they all still are, it’s made me want to go back and re-read their stories. Until December is another great addition to this series and I can’t wait for whatever Mayson cousin is next!
There is a little bit of drama towards the end with Gareth’s ex and the crazy school teacher but that was all contained and played out In a tight little package! Not like the other books where you got a lot more. I also couldn’t figure out whether Gareth was ever married to his ex or not and then divorced, but I guess it didn’t matter in the end because he proposed. I loved the epilogue and adored the two boys but this book could have been much better than what it was.
I loved the Until series but the UNTIL HER series has been extra special!
Each stand alone story has been unique but there has been something extra special with the Until December book; I am a sucker for a book with a single dad and Gareth is a single dad with two great boys Mitchell and Max one 9 and one 15 going on 25!
December and Gareth are attracted to each other from he moment they meet but due to a misunderstanding at a party both attend and a packed December has with her sisters since childhood she turns Gareth away!
Gareth raising 2 boys and holding down 2 jobs finds it hard to commitment -he had his first child at 17 his wife Beth left him then came back 9 years later and they had another son together - she never stayed around and Gareth at first thinks December will be the same. The boys love they mum but are used to the disappointment of a mum telling them she 'loves them' but then disappears for a few months. But as they get to spend time with December they beginning to release that not all women are the same.
Can December show them all that she is here to stay and loves them unconditionally even when the mother comes back and threatens everything they are building!
I am so looking forward to the next book in the series and hope that April gets her story.
UNTIL the next time!
December is known as the sensible sister and a ‘good girl’, that’s until she meets Gareth Black. She feels something instantly but because her sister had spotted him first she walked out on the chance of her own boom. But with a second chance she falls hard for this man and his boys too.
When Gareth saw December across from her cousins wedding he knew that she was different... different from other women and definitely different from his ex. December manages to work her way into his heart and also into the heart of his boys.
This whole story has a feel good factor. I love this series and can’t wait for more.