Genre: Contemporary Romance
much more. She’s pregnant.
doesn’t mean he’s about to become a family man. Even if I’m having his baby.
share in her sunny optimism and believe in new beginnings. Except I’m not cut
out for it. Not anymore.
Sierra and Denver have both been interested in each other for several years. She thought he hated her, and he thought she was off limits and kept pushing her away. Finally they end up having one night together when Sierra visits his sister Daisy. Then she finds out she’s pregnant.
She lives in New York City, he lives in Georgia. She has family money, he has none. But despite all their differences, they are good for each other. They believe in each other.
And then The Conflict happens. Although I can understand where the one person does what they do, it’s gone about the wrong way. Thankfully it doesn’t last long, and we get the happily ever after.
The one thing I didn’t like isn’t really a big thing. Being vague to avoid spoilers, when there is a threat, it’s built up pretty significantly. The Threat could affect everyone involved. But then, nothing happens. It’s like the threat just fades into oblivion. Why build it up so much to have nothing happen?
Overall, an enjoyable book. This was third in a series and I’m looking forward to reading the previous two and learning the stories of Denver’s brothers. Also the next book, Daisy’s book, will be promising.
loved every moment of college – especially her study abroad experiences,
internships, and travel adventures! She draws from these experiences to create
the storylines for her new adult and contemporary romance books. A passionate
reader, frequent globetrotter, and aspiring baker, Gina resides in Canada with
her family. Her new series, the Kane Brothers, releases in 2018.