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- Publication Date: March 18, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XQL65GH
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #529,227 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Worthwhile (The Worthy Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I think there's a misconception that all womanizers are jerks, but not Drew. He actually had a heart and he cared about everyone. He kept everything for the long term except for women. He didn't think love was worth his time because of the way his parents divorced.
Olivia was a sheltered woman who let her family run her life for too long. It made sense coming from a Colombian family. There was nothing wrong with being family oriented, but there was a limit to it. Drew wanted her to live her life, so he offered to be her life guide.
These two were so cute together. The book was light and such an easy read -- another win, for sure. I loved the funny moments the most, but also the private, more romantic moments. Drew could be silly when he wanted to, and he felt comfortable around Olivia. I liked that their relationship didn't dilly dally. Yes, there were challenges along the way, but Drew didn't waste time telling Olivia he liked her.
I also loved that the people in their lives were equally involved in the story, without being too much. I especially liked Drew's mom. I wasn't sure what to think of her in the beginning of the book, but at the end, I loved her!
Drew is the proverbial ladies-man. He has never had a girlfriend and he is ok with that. Being in the nightclub scene doesn't leave much room for relationships.
Olivia is hiding her real life from her traditional parents. When she starts taking care of Crew's mom, she has some strange requests. As Drew and Olivia are thrust in each other's orbits, they stop trying to hide what they are feeling and decide to be together.
She is leary, but e is confident that she is all he wants. When a misunderstanding occurs and someone in her life reads something wrong and tries to come between Drew and Olivia, can they see past the subterfuge or will Olivia decide that he won't change, thus leaving them both broken hearted?
They had so much chemistry, you'd think they'd burn up the pages.
I couldn't help but feel bad for Olivia, living in her parents house at 27 and still being treated like a child, but different cultures have different ways of looking at things.
The one thing that disappointed me was the resolution (or lack thereof) of Drew's forgetful night. I came to the same conclusion as Drew and Olivia, which turned out to be wrong. And then they don't really get the vindication I felt they needed.
But I still loved it from beginning to end and I can't wait for more!!!
5 enthusiastic stars!
I recieved a free arc of this book in exchange for my honest review.
As Olivia helps with the health care of Drew's mom, she begins to see there is more than meets the eye with Drew. After spending more and more time with Olivia, Drew realizes stable, responsible and HOT may describe Olivia more accurately. And these things are something he begins to really need and want in his life.
I enjoyed the twists and turns in this story. Such a great read and a wonderful story!
Meet Olivia Rodriguez, a nurse and Drew a player and bar co-owner.
Drew left his home town for college and never ent back.
Now his mother is serious ill and he has to return to tend to her.
They meet and have insta- chemistry.
Everything could be sunshine and roses, but there is more drama and sickness, betrayal and more.
I liked this book. The characters are well written and I give 4 Stars.
Thank you Lynne Silver.
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