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- ASIN : B01MU83579
- Publisher : Devney Perry LLC; 1st edition (9 March 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 3305 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 352 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 123,228 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I am in love!
Devney is a new author to me, and she has just popped herself right in to my list of highly recommended authors. About halfway through this book, I had already told a few of my friends to add her to their TBR!
Her writing of Georgia is amazing. I immediately felt a real sisterhood to her, having experienced several times in my life; of feeling worthless. Georgia is an incredibly strong character, with a very quick wit. She gave me quite a few laughs throughout the book. Her devotion to her daughter is beautiful and heartwarming.
Jess is completely swoon worthy. A bit of a Neanderthal - but I like that in my male characters! He is a complete jerk when he first meets Georgia, and Devney immediately sucks you in to love him - even when he is a jerk!
Their story of love is gorgeous. The way Devney makes you feel the characters evolution is great writing. I loved how I was reading about more than just Georgia and Jess. You got a real insight into their whole town and their people. She was able to do this, whilst not feeling like it was taking away from the main characters.
I have promptly added all of Devney’s books to my TBR list and bought a couple.... lol.
The Coppersmith Farmhouse is definitely a new favourite for me, and am excited to read more of this series.
I think Georgia needed to stand up a little more and actually stick to her ground, she caves way to easily and its brushed off like nothing happened and to me that left me not entirely caring what happened to her.
Jess, well while he was an alpha there is no doubt he was also an arse. Not entirely likable and his disregard for Georgia's feelings on several accounts has me dropping the star rating.
I also felt as though the time line was messed up. At one stage it stated over the past weeks they fell into a comfortable routine, but then later it states that their date was only last week, so i got lost, it could be just me but it felt off.
It is a good solid read, her writing is good, edited well and i look forward to what else she brings out.
I have not bought or read this author before and for me the writing style and characterisations did not work.
I enjoyed this - it's a really good read. I think the author did a great job at creating such a great cast of characters in an interesting setting. The only thing that let this down for me was the hero. i suppose he would be what one would call an alpha but there were things about him that rubbed me the wrong way. Like how he talks over the heroine all the time, telling her how she should think and feel (and god forbid anyone disagree with him)! Yes she called him out on it but when you have to apologise for the same behaviour constantly, it makes me think your apologies are just words and you don't really care enough to change. That's how I felt about the hero. Towards the end, he got better but not enough for me to love him.
Will I read more from this author? You bet! I'm probably going to be in the minority here but I would love to see Silas and Maisy together but I know he'll be paired with Felicity who I'm really not feeling. But the writing was great so I'm keen to try more from this author :)
I will read more books by Ms Perry.
Gigi and Jess are just the best. Hot, possessive sheriff falling for a single mom, who wouldn't want to read that. The moments between Jess and Rowen were so cute 😍
A definite must read for anyone who loves a small town romance!
Top reviews from other countries
"I was hot for the town sheriff. I was hot for a man who I absolutely did not like one bit."
When Georgia, by the grace of a wonderful old man, inherits a beautiful old farmhouse, she aims to fulfil his wishes in starting a new life with her little girl. Everyone seems friendly and welcoming, except for the hot AF but hostile town sheriff.
"There had never been a woman that sparked a light in my soul. Not until Georgia."
Jess Cleary had misconceptions about Georgia and, most annoyingly, she's the most beautiful woman he'd ever laid eyes on. When he realises his blunder, he aims to change her mind. However, she's determined to keep him at arm's length.
I can't believe I waited this long to read my first book by this author. I loved her writing style - fantastic characters, strong plot with a bit of suspense, sizzling chemistry and heart-melting sweetness. Jess reminded me a lot of a Kristen Ashley hero - gorgeous, incredibly alpha, and take-charge. Georgia was a strong independent woman. I loved her courage and her strength. There was a fabulous connection between them. I can't wait to make more time to read the rest of this series!
After an initial stumble, Jess and Gigi’s relationship progresses a little TOO quickly (just me?) - Jess having a pet name for Gigi in his first friendly convo with her, calling it a relationship after just one dinner, getting possessive and calling them “my girls” almost straight away. And after a while it did finally dawn on Gigi that this might not be okay.
As the book progressed I think even she began to feel less comfortable with the situation. He lost his temper with her daughter, he began acting overly possessive - some of it was to protect her (fair) but some of it was to control her (🚩). Then he would say things like “this is where I want to sit; they’ll make room”.
I began to detest this version of Jess and I was finding the book a chore to read towards the middle. Bit of a spoiler; she sets him straight and he does sort himself out - funny how one conversation manages that but let’s just agree suspend our disbelief here. He ended up being a decent guy in the end and that’s what matters.
I enjoyed the addition of Wes; he was a bit slimy but interesting. He added a bit of depth, though I didn’t care much for the specific storyline as such. I was grateful for the extra tension though.
I’d recommend this book to fans of Virgin River and Grey’s Anatomy - there are vibes of each show in this book
I liked the fact Gigi called him out when he stepped over the line, although there were some moments where I wish she held a little firmer, and didn’t let him get away with some of what he did and said – yes she tells him off but she does in the end prevailingly acquiesce. A sweet, somewhat steamy read with a protective and very bossy hero.
An enjoyable re-read and it’s staying on my kindle, although I have to admit that I noticed things this time around that I didn’t the first time I read this book. The 180 that Jess does when it comes to Gigi, was a little abrupt, the leap to calling Gigi and Roe ‘his girls’ etc. didn’t feel authentic. A little more depth and layering was needed in the depiction of the development of the relationship, even at such a speed. I’m all for insta-lust/love but it needs to feel a little more natural than it did in this book.
99p on Amazon 4th May 2019.
WHY HAS IT TAKEN ME SO LONG TO READ A BOOK FROM DEVNEY?!
So glad I picked up this book because it was so freaking amazing. Like I just couldnt put it down.
Loads of people I know said how amazing her books are. So I said "I'm going to start it right now" and I'm really so happy that I did.
So to begin with I thought Jess was a complete jerk.... like a major one. But I just knew he wouldnt be one forever and I was right.
Once Georgia gave him a letter he realised that he was a total jerk and shouldnt of acted the way he did towards her.
I love Georgia, Roe and Jess. Like love them so darn much. Each of them either made me laugh or cry.
We got alot of Romance then we got the Suspense.... and I loved it all. I figured out who the bad person was around halfway through. It was a gut feeling and when I found out I was like "YES I KNEW IT"
All I can say is this wont be the last book I read from Devney. Because her words are so amazing. I can't wait to read more xx
Right from the start we have an instant enemies situation... I laughed hard when GiGi was booked for running on the wrong side of the road! Once this pair got over their animosity towards each other the attraction was instant. I did sometimes think that GiGi was just too good to be true.. Is anybody actually THAT nice.
Great storyline and development of both plot and characters. Jess and GiGi's story is one dreams are made of. A great small town romance with an awesome community spirit!