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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
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #131,409 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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5.0 out of 5 stars The Autumn Review for Every Time I Think of You 17 September 2014
By The Autumn Review - Published on
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It's no surprise that I'm a fan of Garvis-Graves' writing, but I'll admit that I don't read many romantic suspense novels. It's not that I don't like them, I just don't read many. I felt a little more enthusiastic about this book though. I had faith that this story would not only be well thought out, but that these would be characters I would fall in love with. And I did.

I want to start off by talking about how the book begins. It starts off in Elliot's point of view, hearing his great-grandmother being murdered. He's Daisy's son and he's only three years old. Immediately, I was swept up in the story. My youngest son is three and I just kept picturing Elliot as my son. These little ones absorb much more than we realize and I felt that Garvis-Graves did an amazing job at keeping Elliot's character true to his age, but he also provided incredible insight to the story.

Moving on from there, we meet Daisy and Brooks. Daisy is obviously stunned by her grandmother's death. I felt that she grieved, but Daisy knows there more to her grandmother's death. Her ex-husband is a drug addict and there were some questionable things that had happened between them, which made Daisy question her and Elliot's safety. She didn't live in fear per se, but she took matters into her own hands and learned how to protect herself and her son. From a mother's stand point, I understood that need completely. Yes, there is a time to grieve, but when you have process that grief in a different way. I saw Daisy as a strong, loving and intuitive woman that I could definitely relate to.

Then there's Brooks McClain. He's a journalist who comes into town right after the crime occurs. He's there to help care for his ailing mother, but he's also working for the local paper. After getting his assignment, Brooks immediately gets to work on this story. What I loved about Brooks was that he was thoughtful and he was truly a strong man. I'm a fan of Alpha males and I would put Brooks into that category, but there is a quiet strength to Brooks that I found even more sexy than the typical broody Alpha that's often written. I felt that he really cared about the people affected by the murder. Naturally, as Daisy and Brooks spend more time together, feelings grow. I appreciated the fact that a relationship between them didn't happen over night. They both had personal issues to deal with and I felt that the gradual progression of their relationship was realistic under the circumstances.

The story is told in multiple point of views and I felt that it really helped unravel the story. Not only do we get Daisy, Brooks, and Elliot's point of views, but we also get Scott, Daisy's ex and Elliot's father's, POV. His addiction truly took over his life and it gave me an interesting perspective on the story.

I want to touch on the romance. Yes, the suspense element is strong, but the slow burn romance between Brooks and Daisy was exciting to watch. And I do feel as though I watched this story play out. Over the course of several months, their romance blossomed into something worth making sacrifices for. It was a mature, loving and yes, even sexy relationship.

Every Time I Think of You was another diamond read for me. A priceless jem. The attention to detail was astounding. The story unfolds naturally and I found myself completely captivated from the very first page. Garvis-Graves has delivered another gorgeous, unique, well thought out, story that I will always treasure.

~I was getting really tired of what the universe kept throwing at me, but I held out hope that one day what the universe sent me would be everything I needed.-loc 2872

~"I was nowhere in your neighborhood,"-Loc 3005

~"Nothing in San Francisco makes me feel as good as the way I feel when I'm with you. And every time I think of you, which is roughly every ninety seconds, I remember that you're here and I'm not."-Loc 3023

~"I didn't come back because you needed me. I came back because I needed you."-Loc 3059
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Winning Romance from Tracey Garvis-Graves 20 September 2014
By Erika G - Published on
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Daisy DiStefano is a single mom who works as a nurse and lives with her beloved grandmother, who raised her after Daisy's parents and sister died. Daisy is divorced from her husband after he became addicted to crystal meth. When Daisy's grandmother is murdered, a handsome local reporter named Brooks with a difficult family story of his own becomes interested in the case -- and in Daisy and her son.

This story grabbed me from the beginning. Tracey Garvis-Graves has managed to write a book that combines romance, family ties, murder and mystery with a deft touch. Daisy is a fully realized woman: tough, sensitive, caring and also suspicious. She knows she may have been the intended target, not her grandmother, and will go to extreme lengths to protect herself and her son. Brooks, as the reporter who becomes entangled with Daisy romantically, is smart and sophisticated. He's an alpha male without being overbearing, and he respects Daisy's decisions. Their romance is a slow burn but they're both adults.

Tracey Garvis-Graves has a delicate touch as a writer; she's able to show without telling. She is even able to invoke some sympathy for Daisy's meth-head ex-husband. No character is perfect; everyone is human and flawed. I honestly wanted the book to continue and follow the characters forever just because the reader gets such an intimate look at their lives. I didn't want it to end!

5 stars, and I'd love a follow up novella about any of the characters.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Being generous because I love her writing. 15 October 2014
By Sara L. Becker - Published on
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"On the Island" was pure genius. I couldn't wait for the follow-up. I have been let down every time after. I kept waiting for this story to go somewhere, ANYWHERE. it was written nicely, and that is all I can give it. Snoozer.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining and a great weekend by a fireplace read! 1 February 2015
By WendyB - Published on
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This is the second book I've read by this author. Her writing is just intense enough to draw you in for a good long read. But not so intense that it leaves you disturbed. This books gives you a good emotional tug.