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Every Time I Think of You by [Graves, Tracey Garvis]
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Thirty-year-old Daisy DiStefano has two people she holds dear: the grandmother who raised her, and her three-year-old son, Elliott. But when Daisy’s grandmother is killed in a seemingly random act of violence, Daisy must take steps to protect herself and her child.

Despite a thriving career in San Francisco, thirty-six-year-old Brooks McClain has returned home to spend what little time his mother has left before she succumbs to the deadly disease that is ravaging her. The seasoned investigative reporter has taken a position with the local newspaper and been on the job less than twenty-four hours when he’s summoned to cover the death of Pauline Thorpe.

Brooks is all business, but the more time he spends with Daisy DiStefano, the more invested he becomes; there’s something about a single mother, a defenseless child, and an unsolved crime that has stirred Brooks’s protective instincts like nothing ever has before.

And when the unthinkable happens, Brooks will do whatever it takes to clear the name of the woman he’s fallen for and the child he’ll protect at any cost.

Romantic and suspenseful, Every Time I Think of You shows how far two people will go to fight for the ones they love, and the life they’ve always imagined.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2264 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500590002
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #184,461 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Single mom Daisy loses her beloved grandmother in a violent home invasion, and meets journalist Brooks who is covering the story. Their romance is elevated with a fantastic cast of supporting characters and a great story line featuring the effect drugs, especially meth, have on families and the wider community. Brooks and Daisy's slowly deepening romance is lovely to read, but the real kicker is Brook's relationship with Daisy's son Elliot - very cute!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written 14 March 2017
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After being raised by her grandmother, Daisy is devastated when her beloved grandmother is murdered in their apartment with her young son hiding from the intruder. The police search for the assailant with the help of Brooks. He has come home to be with his family while his mother goes through the last stages of her disease. While investigating Pauline's murder, Brooks is drawn to Daisy and her adorable son. This book is well written with love and family and enough suspense to hold your interest.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is your next read! 20 September 2014
By Texas Wave - Published on
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I loved this book. I read until the wee hours when I finally ran out of book! It works on many levels. Others do better recaps, so I'll just say that the characters are alive, true and likable. The story is so believable that you will want these great people to overcome whatever is in their way (and there is a lot!)

This is the third book from Garvis-Graves, and after a straight romance and then a woman's fiction offering, this book is what I would call suspenseful romance. Both elements work beautifully: the mystery/suspense is intriguing and kept me guessing, and the romance! Ah... Brooks is the man of every woman's dreams (and he loves her son too!) I REALLY wanted these two to find a way to be together! Mix in a smart portrayal of responsible single parenting, the devastation of disease (you will be proud that you took the ice bucket challenge) and the changing dynamic of parent and child that occurs with age - Every Time I Think of You has my highest recommendation. I would say that Garvis-Graves has found her niche, but personally I hope she keeps mixing it up. She has been successful so far and after three winners, I will happily read anything she writes. I would compare her books to those of Sandra Brown or Kristen Hannah, based on readability, and she has moved to my very short list of authors I will buy without even reading the blurb. I can't wait to see where Tracey goes next!
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3.0 out of 5 stars 3 1/2 Stars is still a respectable rating... 15 November 2014
By Luv2Read - Published on
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It was hard for me to give a Tracey Garvis-Graves book 3-Stars, as all her other books are beyond amazing 5-Star books all the way! Do not get me wrong, 3 1/2 Stars is still a respectable rating...I truly did like the book, but I did not absolutely LOVE IT like all her others. Although I adore her as a writer, the storyline just did not draw me in quite like her previous books. Do not get me wrong, it was not a bad story or plot at all, the writing was solid, the character were well-developed and the love story was honest and sweet...I was just not engaged throughout. Yes, I agree with other reviewers, the pacing was too slow in my opinion, but to be honest, I am not sure that it could have been different because then the complaint would have been that it seemed too rushed. If you really think about Garvis-Graves' other books, they were all slower-paced too, but the plots totally captivated me in such a way that somehow the 'events' in-between still kept me hanging on every single word, whereas, the circumstances surrounding this particular storyline did not have the same effect. I am still super glad I read it and I will continue to be a big fan of this author, per-ordering everything she writes!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Drama 23 September 2014
By rzachery - Published on
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This book was more than I thought it would be. It was a mystery, a crime story, a love story, and family drama. I really enjoyed the many different family dynamics of this story and the different types of love. It was slow moving, not was rushed, but it wasn't too slow either where you got bored with it either. Things progressed at a natural progression that felt believable and true. It was heartfelt and something about all the characters that you just connected to. The crime that set the entire book in motion seemed to be "solved" a little early in the book for me. I had figured out who did it, but not necessarily the why until later. I would have liked a little more mystery into that, but because I enjoyed the writing so much and the characters that did not bother me as much. I was still engrossed in the characters and everything else that was going on. Elliott was just too cute, I just loved that little boy and his inability to pronounce his l's. Overall, I really enjoyed this book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Sad to write this review... 22 September 2014
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Loved on the island so so much, I was waiting for that same level of spark. There was a moment when he just showed up after not being "in her neighborhood" but then it went no where and was written methodically. Way way way too much redundancy on what meth does to a person. Repeated over and over... I got it the first time. It was all true but the restatements did nothing to enhance. The statements on all the gun issues were also very redundant. Dialog also was flat... Too many "it's fine and I don't mind." Low level enthusiasm at what could have been pivotal. There was some element of suspense but very obvious from the start who it was... Some twist or multiple suspects would have made this much stronger. Even thru these issues it was a nice story with a theme of being there for your family and loved ones. Elliot was written in a cute way... Maybe too perfect for a 3 year old. In the end... This one was just okay. Forgettable (unlike in the island) but okay. B