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    Great read

    I love a good second chance romance which this one is and I wanted to give this five starts but I disliked the main female character Allison so much I just couldn't. Jackson on the other hand I adored. I wanted to shake him and scream "you can do so much better." The heart wants what the heart wants though even if he know she'll probably break his heart again. Even with my dislike of Allison I did enjoy this book. The author has a great way of infusing humor and witty banter into the story making it so much fun to read. I'd recommend this one with snarled "Allison"!
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    Second chance romance

    3.5 Stars I was given an ARC of this book for my honest review. Jax and Allie were high school sweethearts and madly in love. During their first year in college, Allie gets an opportunity to intern in Hollywood. She decides that she wants to make it in Hollywood. They initially try the long distance thing, but end up breaking up. Flash forward ten years and Allie, now Nina, is in the middle of a scandal and comes home to find her parents gone and Jax remodeling their home. What I love about a second chance romance is that the characters have matured and are now in the right place to make it work. I would say that is true with Jax. He is a great guy and the perfect book boyfriend. I had a real hard time with Allie/Nina. She seemed like an incredible narcissist and user. Towards the end, she did seem to chance a bit, but I thought that Jax probably deserved better.
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    Super sweet reunion story with HEAT

    America's Sweetheart by Jessica Lemmon is an adorable lighthearted reunion story with lots of great steamy scenes that will keep you smiling and entertained. America's Sweetheart is the fifth book in the Real Love series, but you don't have to read them in order as they are all stand alone books. This is the first book by Jessica Lemmon that I have read and I am happy that I gave this author a chance. Jackson (Jax) and Allie (Mini) were high school and college sweethearts who always thought they would be together forever. Well, not so fast, Allie has an opportunity to go to Hollywood where she lands a staring roll on a television series. Fast forward ten years and Allie is in the center of a scandal of Oscar proportions. She flees LA for her small home town— And runs into none other than Jax, who if possible is hotter than she remembers. Now the fun really begins! I really enjoyed how Ms. Lemmon redeveloped Jax and Mini’s relationship. These characters were very believable and easy to like, especially Jax. The banter between them was well written, at times fun and light, but there were also some pretty salty moments. And I must say that I really enjoyed the off the chart chemistry that these two still have for each other. If you are looking for a great second chance romance, look no further, you have found your next read. I enjoyed America's Sweetheart and recommend this book. Happy Reading! ***I kindly received an ARC of this book by way of NetGalley/publisher/author. I was not contacted, asked or required to leave a review in order to read this book. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. This is my honest review.***
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    Jax for the win!!

    And the Academy Award goes to... The real star in this book...Jackson. Talk about a show stealer. This home town heartthrob stirs more than hearts. (Wink, wink. Nudge, nudge) It's hard to not be loved by everyone when you are gorgeous, kind, and every woman's dream. Well very woman except the one who eviscerated his heart all those years ago. Looks like the past is catching up though folks because...enter stage left- the one who ran away. It's sweet and all kinds of perfect happiness. The kind of story that evokes giddy squirming over all the perfect moments. No deep emotional traumas....(Well, aside from the hack and slay of a heart or two ten years prior). It's the right kind of feel good book with some deliciously naughty chemistry to keep your....mind focused.
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    Second Chance

    I enjoyed reading about Jackson and Allison and their second chance in America’s Sweetheart by Jessica Lemmon, her fifth book in The Real Love series. These two high school sweethearts parted ways after a long distance relationship affected them. Allison dropped out of college to move to Los Angeles for an internship in Hollywood. This position gave her the opportunity for a walk on role, which then became a permanent role on a television show. Jackson wasn’t ready to leave Ohio to be with Allison instead building homes for his dad. Ten years later and we find Jackson having his own remodeling business and Allison fleeing Hollywood after pictures showed her having stolen an Oscar statue. Not all in Hollywood is as it seems. Allison returns to her parents’ home only to find Jackson remodeling the house. Jackson and Allison spend numerous hours together only to discover that the love they once felt never died, but lay dormant until they reconnected. These two also find that they know each other almost as well as themselves. Jackson knows that Allison needs to return to Los Angeles and continue her acting career. What he does need to figure out is how they can stay together, loving each other, without losing who he is. Ms. Lemmon wrote a wonderfully moving story filled with sexual chemistry, fun dialogue, and endearing characters that is not to be missed. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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