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  • Charming

    This book was a mixed bag for me. The first half was very slow and I had a hard time connecting with the characters or their story. I actually put it down several times before I finally finished the book. Once I hit the halfway point it changed and I found myself immersed in the characters' lives and wanting them to get their HEA ending. I fell in love with Cora and Trent couldn't wait to see them find their love story. The charm of the story came to life on the pages. The author is on my must read authors' list and normally I'd give all of her books a 5+ star rating. It makes me sad to rank this one lower and give it 3.5 stars.

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  • Fun beac read

    This is definitely a fun and sweet beach read! It was great to be transported back to Patterson's Bluff.  We get to visit with some characters from the Aussie Next Door, which I enjoyed but this is standalone so you won't feel lost if you haven't read that book.  Cora Cabot's life is not panning out the way she'd hoped. So she swaps homes with her Australian friend takes an internship in the States. It'll only be a month but she plans to work on the manuscript her father rejected and get some space from the relationship her mother essentially destroyed. She wasn't expecting to meet hunky Trent Walters who finds her flooding his sister's house and destroying the family project she was working on. She insists on helping him fix the damage she caused and recreating the scrapbook. Which only helps endear her to him.  He knows she'll have to return to the States maybe he can convince her to stay and give them a shot.? Thanks so much to Entangled Publishing for inviting me to read this ARC and NetGalley

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  • Great time had by all 🌏Down Under🙃

    🌏Some deeper acceptance issues addressed in an inspiring romance😊 4.5🌟stars I expected Her Aussie Holiday to be a light vacation romance but got much more than expected. Young American wannabe author Cora and Aussie builder Trent have some major family acceptance issues to work through that made their story more than a heated attraction turned affair. Each in his or her own way needs some proof of the unconditional love and support of family. Cora keeps offering her father chances to support her dream with disappointing results. Trent is so worried about rejection that he hides secrets from his siblings and keeps putting their needs first while his own dreams are getting dusty on the shelf. I liked the way that Cora and Trent inspired each other to pursue their dreams. The romance develops at a nice, not too rapid, pace and I felt Cora, Trent, his family and friends were nicely developed, realistic characters who would be great to know in real life. Author Stefanie London created a setting in Patterson's Bluff that seems pretty idyllic. While some of the heated scenes were a bit too drawn out for me, overall I really liked the book's themes, setting and characters. And caterpillars are awesome!🐛 Thanks to Entangled Publishing and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Fun and flirty

    For a couple who’s time has a short shelf life, their relationship has a slow burn. And it’s awesome! I loved that Trent and Cora became friends first, teaming up to work on a ruined anniversary gift, fix up Liv’s house and learn about each other. It’s fun to watch Trent help Cora acclimate not just to the slower pace that Patterson’s Bluff presents to this NYC girl, but to show her what she missed out on while being raised by a narcissistic mother and mostly unaware father. It was easy to see and believe how they could be drawn to each other and I enjoyed the relative ease of their transition from friends to lovers (or fling, as both tried to categorize it) Trent’s friends were awesome and friendly, exactly the kind of people you’d love to meet and hang out with if you were in holiday yourself, but also who you’d like to keep in your life. The other thing I enjoyed was Ms. London’s descriptions of the Australian landscape, from the beach to the bushland. As I doubt I’ll ever get to see the beauty that is Australia (this girl is not a good flyer!), I loved seeing it through her eyes. I loved this book and could not put it down. I had not read book one in the series, but it did not take away my enjoyment of Her Aussie Holiday, nor was there anything that I needed explained/was confused about because of it. The perfect summer read! My thanks to Netgalley for the advance copy. My opinions are freely and honestly given.

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  • Fun beach read

    This is an enjoyable story about two people that put on a happy facade to cover up emotional wounds. Cora Cabot is coming off a broken engagement and emotionally absent parent and needs to get away from her life. She swaps houses for a month with her friend Liv Walters from Patterson’s Bluff Australia. Cora doesn’t know that Liv’s brother,Trent, was planning on staying in the house while she was gone. These are two kindred spirits that hold people at a distance to keep their hearts safe. While both main characters are a bit broken, watching their growth as people and as a couple was satisfying. This was the second book in the Patterson’s Bluff series, but can be read as a stand-alone. I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley for my honest review.

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