After reading about the first 3 brothers I wasn't going to read any more in the series as all the whacking and hair pulling annoyed me, but then No. 4 came on special, and I thought what the heck, the author did write well and maybe it gets better.. also once I start a series, I don't really like to walk off mid-way through unless the author truly is terrible, and JS Scott is a very good writer! Anyway, I liked both of the main characters - Micah definitely was a better/nicer brother and I must admit I did enjoy the book. Tessa's deafness made the story very different and it was very interesting to read how they dealt with it - well worth reading, and I will probably carry on with the series now.
The Sinclair brothers are all billionaire-rich, handsome and each talented in their own right. Each brother's story set mostly in coastal Amesport tells the story of finding the love of their lives. Elsie and Beatrice are the town's senior citizens and busy-bodies who like to matchmake, especially where those Sinclair brothers are concerned and they make sure they know it! In this fourth story, burned out sports-mad Micah meets Tessa, a once Olympic skater who lost everything including her hearing a few years ago. Now running a restaurant with her over-protective brother, she doesn't think love can ever be hers.
This was a good read with a different scenario. It was heartwarming to read about a woman with a disability attracting the attention of an able-bodied-hot male. This scenario reflected Tessa's experience and self-belief. The plot and the characters, Micah and Tess, were well-developed and the storyline flowed easily. Tessa's inner voice communicated nicely with readers as she revealed her pain and challenges. It was good to connect with past characters and maybe the future couple? Micah didn't appear to be quite as powerful (bossy) as the previous males in the series, although some readers might enjoy a little less 'alphaness' 😁 and as a result the feel of the book isn't as punchy as previous ones. For me, I kind of like the over the top guys, but a variation is fine, too, as the saga of The Sinclairs continues.
I am a huge fan of this author and i generally stalk and hungrily devour her books as soon as they are released and this one was no different. I loved the characters and their developmwnt as well as the catch up of other couples and really enjoyed seeing future storylines. This book had very little drama and angst and i enjoyed that aspect. I would highly recommend this to someone who wants a nice romantic read with very little drama.
Very enjoyable read, keeps one involved in the family interests, smooth transition between each family and friends involvement. J.S.Scott gets the reader involveCGd in the story, writes well giving a clear picture one feels part of the story. I do enjoy her books. C G.