I enjoyed reading this book, getting to know Davis and Scott better, and also loved that we still got such a close look at Carter and Tanner from the first book. We definitely get to see a different side to Scott after the events of the first book, especially when his sister comes to visit and later when his Father turns up. The storyline was well executed and kept me engaged. I'm not sure what other characters can now be followed to continue the series as there was no clear lead in at the end of this book, but look forward to seeing what the author comes up with.
Scott and Davis shouldn't work but they do and oh miss Libby is adorable and haha gotta love Carter's mum again in this book. Is always good to see the antagonist from a previous book, get their own story and happy ever after.
I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.
We met single dad Davis and vet Scott in the first book in this series. I wondered given what we know about Scott before starting I’ve Got You, if I’d even like him. But I quickly learned the why behind Scott’s behaviour and I felt his contrition. It was clear to me that Scott needed compassion and some support in his life.
Sometimes when I read books about single parents it feels like the kid is only there as a prop. This is not the case in I’ve Got You. Davis’ daughter Libby felt like a part of their lives, maybe because we’d met Davis and Libby already. I felt a real sense of family and community with Davis and the people in his life who cared about him and Libby.
Scott and Davis’ romance is slow to build but never boring. The attraction between them is their right from the start and feelings grow over time, building solid foundation for a serious relationship. It was lovely to a have a romance where the relationship and not their sex life takes centre stage. Davis’ and Scott’s romance is just lovely. This is two guys living normal lives dealing with real life issues and I always love that in a story. I thoroughly enjoyed. I’ve Got You. It gets 4 stars from me.
This is a feel good story and it certainly made me feel good. The book is set after ‘Let Me Show You” but the author wants her readers to be able to pick this up without having read the first book. You can certainly read “I’ve Got You” as a standalone but I really do think that the story is enriched by reading it after “Let me Show You.” Many of the characters appear in both books and the 2nd book makes reference to things which have occurred in “Let Me Show You.” In the previous book Scott was in the closet and he took very opportunity to be a homophobic moron. He had a difficult upbringing even though he came from a privileged background and he is now estranged from his family. In “I’ve Got You” he is out and learning how to be proud. Davis is a single dad who has his own coffee shop. These two met in book 1 but this book is their story. I enjoyed the slow burn of this story. Both men have to make changes and learn how to be together but this they manage to do. The book is well written and I found the story to be very engaging. I have no problem in recommending this story. Five stars rounded up from four and a half.