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    Big Talking Man

    Tate Prescott is a Big Talking Man when it comes to his wife, Quinn King, who told him to leave her alone almost immediately after they were married when her baby brother was lost at sea and she felt she was responsible. The dumba$$ listened to her and left her alone for four months but he is now back in town and he has come back for his wife, although she may not want to be woo'd back and comes at him with divorce papers. Those are not easy to get in North Carolina so she had to do some fast talking but he is not signing...These two have some hurdles to get over but it was fun to watch the groveling and making up and even the backsliding and making up again. This family has their drama but in the end they are are big and messy family. I cannot wait for the next sibling to get their HEA! This can be read as a standalone and you will not be lost but the first book in this series was better than this one so I recommend you read that one too! **Received this ARC for review**
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    Big Talking Man is #1

    One of Marquita Valentine's best books to date! Big Talking Man is the second installment in her fantastic new series, Kings of Castle Beach. This novel is Tate and Quinn's story and I couldn't get enough. Ms. Valentine infused their journey with the perfect amount of love 😘, humor 😂, angst 😭, and enough smoking hot chemistry to set your Kindle on fire! 🔥🔥🔥And let's not forget the hometown feel she's famous for. Finally, throw in her amazing writing style, interesting characters and the way she makes you feel apart of the story and you've got another of her 5+ 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 books. #Oneclick your copy today! BTW, congrats to the author on Big Talking Man. I can't wait for the next King to get their HEA 😘
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    The wait is finally over :)

    The wait is finally over – I’ve been dying to meet the man that made Quinn act like she does. This story shows us how pride and stubbornness can sometimes cause us to loss something or someone we love the most. The push and pull between Tate and Quinn was such a fun read. I loved Tate's resolve to make her his again and not to act on the attraction or his desire towards Quinn until she agreed to make their marriage whole again. My heart was breaking while I read how much guilt she was caring around. But that made my heart life up so much more to see her finally let go off the guilt and go after what she wants most and that was Tate. This family is struggling with a lot of problems and it's such a delight read to see how everything and everyone is coming or will come to find their HEA.
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    Big Talking Man is a Hit

    I love the world Marquita Valentine created in her latest series Kings of Castle Beach. Big Talking Man is book two in this series and I couldn't get enough of it. I burned through the pages to see what was going to happen net. Who doesn't love secret marriages, women who are confident and full of sass and men who are just as spectacular? Marquita Valentine made my heart swoon, race and nearly combust. The best part about this book is that Marquita has intricately woven multiple storylines into this amazing book and I know that the world she has created is nowhere near coming to an end. I can't wait to see what she has in store for us next!
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    Wonderful story

    Big Talking Man was such a fun and sexy book to read, yet I found it to be way more emotional than I had expected as well. I absolutely loved that Quinn and Tate had grown up together as friends first before becoming so much more years later. The fact that Tate and Barron, Quinn's older brother, were best friends made this story even more perfect. I also loved Tate and Quinn had secretly gotten married; yet most of her brothers seemed to know it while keeping it from their mother. I loved the banter between Tate and Quinn anytime they were together. There was always an underlying spark there that you could just feel between them, and they both gave as good as they got when bickering. I loved seeing Quinn and Tate find their way back to each other, yet wasn't prepared for many of the bumps in the road they encountered along the way. Quinn seemed way more easy going and go with the flow when we first met her in Picture Perfect Lie. I won't lie, when I found out Quinn was supposed to be with Laird on the day he disappeared, I cried a bit. I could feel Quinn's anguish as she pushed Tate away and stayed in her safe life almost as punishment for surviving. I loved that Tate loved Quinn so much he was willing to fight to have her stay his wife. It was fun to walk down memory lane with these two and watch them build new memories along the way. I absolutely loved Tate was Quinn's assistant at the face painting booth and it made me laugh this big Hollywood star was being a lowly assistant to the woman he loved. Tate knew he had messed up big time and was going big in every way possible to try and fix the situation. I did feel like Quinn held onto her guilt for way too long without sharing with her family. The Kings are such a close-knit group, it just seemed so wrong that Quinn wouldn't have confided in one of her brothers. As big as Tate was willing to go to make things right with Quinn, I loved Quinn was willing to go even bigger. I really felt like Quinn owed it to Tate to put herself out there in a big way and the fact that Quinn agreed and went all out made me respect her so much. Tate and Quinn just worked as a couple for me; even with all they work they had to do to make it work. Maybe that is why I ended up loving them as a couple so much. Big Talking Man left me wanting so much more from the Kings of Castle Beach. Seriously, I can't wait for the rest of the King men to find their HEA in the future. I'm a huge fan of books in a series centering on a family, and Marquita Valentine is a master at such books. As a series purest, I tend to read books in a series in order, but can say with all honesty that Big Talking Man reads just fine as a stand-alone story. Rating: 4.5 Stars (B+) Review copy provided by publisher
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