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  • Charming Holiday Romance

    Absolutely Loved it. I really enjoy this series and this book was everything I could have wanted - gentle humour, romance, sexy times, spending time with the Heartbreaker Bay gang...sigh. More please. I will read this one again when I need cheering up. It is certainly going on my 2017 Favourite Reads List. 5 Big Romantic Stars flag1 like · comment · see review

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  • Chasing christmas eve.

    Read the book twice. Great story. Interesting story plot.

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  • A really good book

    I've been slowly but surely getting in the mood for seasonal books lately, and Chasing Christmas Eve fits the description perfectly. This was my very first Jill Shalvis book, and let me tell you, I really really liked it. I really loved the characters in this book, not just the main ones, but all of them. Colbie is such a kind woman, a talented one, but one that doesn't really know how much power she has inside of her. I oftentimes felt as if she didn't really appreciate how strong she was, and how much she really deserved happiness, and I thought that taking a little vacation, a break from her day to day life is the first thing she ever truly did for herself, aside from writing. She slowly opens up to Spence, and once she does, it was easy to understand why she's not aware of herself as much as she should be. I was sad for her, especially towards the end of the book, when her mom dropped a pretty big shocking truth in her lap. And throughout the book I realized that while she's not so different from Spencer, she's seen by the people in her life as weak or someone who needs to be taken advantage of, which made me super mad for her. Spencer is the hot nerd type, which is probably one of my favorite types of heroes. He's letting his family history rule how he lives his life, and unfortunately he doesn't know how to stop doing it. That is until he meets Colbie. As I said before, he's really similar with Colbie in how focused he can get, and how willing he is to help people, but unlike her, most people around him protect him instead of take advantage of him. And the people who do use him aren't don't pretend to care for him. It was interesting to see this play out throughout the book. I liked the relationship he has with Eddie, and I love to see how the history of that relationship unfolds as the story goes on. Spence is a guy that really doesn't give himself much credit, and I liked seeing how his friends stood up for him. He's a pretty loyal friend, and I liked him. As I said, I enjoyed reading about the other characters as well, and it wasn't until I got to the end of the book that I figured out that this book was part of a series, which made me insanely happy. The book is fast paced, and I managed to read this book pretty fast. As I said before, the fact that it's the 4th installment in a series wasn't an issue, because I was able to read it without having any previous knowledge of the other characters and their stories. There were tons of funny moments, let me tell you! There were a few big, climactic moments in this book that made me realize that sometimes people can be truly generous with others without realizing what drives them to do that. And I thought that was a really interesting thing. All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book, and since it is part of a series, I'll definitely check the other books out. Also, for my first Jill Shalvis book, I'm in love and kind of kicking myself for not trying out her books earlier. Definitely check this book out, whether it's for the Christmas spirit, the romance, the humor, or the life lessons you'll find in it.

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  • You need to read this!

    We have another winner! Colbie took the next plane out of town, ending up at Heartbreaker Bay. Through a crazy accident involving a fountain and a dog, Colbie met Spence. The adventure was on with laughs, family, crazy friends and true love. I loved this book and I want to find that plane that ends at Heartbreaker Bay! I received this book in turn for a honest review.

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  • Holiday Romance

    What is the best gift one can be given for the holidays? Love…or…perhaps a wonderful romance that has great characters that care about one another and then learn to love a person that shows up on their doorstep just a few weeks before Christmas. Oh…and characters that make you WANT them to be together because they make one another so very happy. I have enjoyed every one of this author’s books that I have read. The Heartbreaker Bay series is filled with people that I wish I could be friends with – oh – to be able to walk into one of the businesses to chat with any of them or perhaps to go and wish at the magical fountain or to be there immersed in their camaraderie…or have a cup of coffee or a tasty cupcake or a girls’ night out - wouldn’t that be grand? Anyway, this is the story of Colbie and Spence. Colbie has been responsible for way too much for many years and is in need of a break SO she takes one without telling those near and dear to her where she has gone. When she arrives in San Francisco she ends up wet and bedraggled and shortly in the arms of Spence, owner of that magic fountain I mentioned in the previous paragraph. Colbie is looking for her writing block to be unblocked and Spence is diligently working to overcome a glitch in the most recent invention he is working on. They know that should anything happen between them there is an expiration date because Colbie is returning to New York in three weeks. In spite of or perhaps because of that timeline…things heat up…they enjoy one another…try to avoid feelings for one another…but…not so easily achieved…and…just how can there be a future for them with three thousand miles between his abode and hers? Spence and Colbie are great together. I really loved their times socializing with each other and others…and also enjoyed their steamier interactions, too. The group Spence considers “family” are wonderful so catching up with the three couples that had their stories told in the first three books was a special treat. AND it is marvelous knowing that there are so many great characters mentioned in the book that so richly deserve to have their own HEA’s in the future – that means that there will be MORE books in the series for me to look forward to. I am definitely not ready to say goodbye to this series any time soon! Thank you to the author for the ARC of this novel – This is my honest review.

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