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    Single Parent Slow Burn Romance

    3.5 stars Let me just start this review with the fact that I'm not usually a fan of the single parent trope. I have enjoyed some in the past, but I don’t intentionally seek them out. Down Too Deep surprised me in a good way. I was worried that I might be a little lost since I had only read the 1st book in the series, but it can definitely be enjoyed as a standalone. Previous characters and couples do appear however, so it might be a bit spoilery if you haven't read the other books. I really liked both Nate and Jenna. Their initial meeting was a bit awkward, but I enjoyed their banter and playful flirting. Yes, there's a bit of instalust going on, but it felt gradual as well since they skirted the line of their mutual attraction for a while. I would have preferred a little more care be taken with all the young kids involved and their feelings if things went south, but I was eating this double single parent slow burn romance up. Things unfortunately started to derail a bit for me around the 70% mark. It was still sweet and entertaining, but ultimately it just felt like Nate was the only one with any character growth. I don't want to be spoilery, but a specific incident towards the end just felt unnecessary and unbelievable. I understand why it was probably included, but I feel like those feelings and epiphanies could have been attained in a less dramatic and plausible way. The epilogue was really sweet though and did leave me with all the warm fuzzies. Overall, this was still a good read, but I didn't end up loving it. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*
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    Nate and Jenna are swoony PERFECTION!

    NO SPOILERS! Down Too Deep was EVERYTHING! Gah, I LOVED this book with all of my heart and soul! J. Daniels truly blew me away with Nathan and Jenna’s sweet, sexy, funny, heartfelt, swoon-worthy, and unforgettable love story. The storyline and characters were beyond phenomenal, and I loved J. Daniels’ writing style. She has an amazing storytelling gift, and I hope she never stops writing, because I’ll never stop reading her books. Down Too Deep and the entire Dirty Deeds series have all been MUST READ love stories, and I’ll never ever forget them. Nathan and Jenna and their kids completely stole my heart, and I loved every moment of going on this journey with them. I loved everything about Down Too Deep and thought J. Daniels did a fantastic job with every aspect. I absolutely loved the ending and was beyond ecstatic with the conclusion. Nathan and Jenna’s story in Down Too Deep was steamy, funny, heartfelt, swoon-worthy, and emotional, and I couldn’t have loved it more. J. Daniels definitely wrote another MUST READ standalone contemporary romance in the Dirty Deeds series, and I’m so excited to devour more of her delicious love stories!
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    Love, love, love!!

    *Deep dreamy sigh* I love this book with all my heart! J. Daniels has outdone herself with Down Too Deep. There isn't a sweeter, more heartfelt book out this year. Nate, Jenna, Oliver, Olivia and Marley gave me the swoons with the feels and I couldn't get enough. I would give this book more than 5 stars if I could. Love, love, love!! I've wanted Nate and Jenna's story for what feels like forever. In the beginning, we see Nate struggling to connect with his two year old daughter, Marley, after neglecting her first so long. He was so clueless and carried a world of guilt for his abandonment. I felt his pain. If I could have, I would have reached in and gave him the world's longest hug. You could definitely sense how much he wanted to change for her. How much he wanted a relationship. With Jenna's help, it was great to see him grow into a pretty fantastic father. If you've read Four Letter Word, you already know what an incredible mom Jenna is. She is the kind of heroine you admire but also want to be best friends with. The way she cares for her twins, Oliver and Olivia, as well as Marley shows just how big her heart is. I loooved all the moments with the kids. These were the moments that melted my heart the most. They each have their own shinning personalities. They're fun and charismatic but also serious and hopeful. Nate's relationship with Jenna's kids, especially, made my knees weak. I could read a million Nate and Olivia moments and it still wouldn't be enough. With all the sweetness and tender moments, don't be fooled to think it's lacking in heat. Nate and Jenna created the most delicious tension and longing. When they got their moments away, the made thr most of them. J. Daniels' has really upped up her game with the last two books in the Dirty Deeds series. Down Too Deep is a beautifully written romance featuring two single parents learning to love again. If you're looking for book filled with so much heart and hope then this one is for you. I can't recommend this one enough. It's without a doubt a top read of 2019!
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    Full of emotion, humor and heart!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review** I've enjoyed all of the books in the Dirty Deeds series, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't waiting on Nate's book. I think a lot of people have and what we got from J. Daniels was fantastic! This book was full of emotion, humor and heart. Nathan "Nate" Bell is a restaurant owner and a widowed father of an adorable little two year old named Marley. To say that the past two years since his wife passed away have been a challenge is a gross understatement. Nate has felt everything you possibly could, however guilt was the predominant emotion and it got the best of him to the extent that he barely spent time with his young daughter. He's now been put in a position where he has to step up and he has no clue what to do. A chance meeting with Jenna at his restaurant might be just the thing he was hoping for. Jenna is a single mother of eight year old twins, Oliver and Olivia. She is friends with several of the women that work at Nate's restaurant and her kids love eating there. When Marley escapes from Nate's office one day when Jenna and the twins are there, she offers to take her back to her father. When she does so, she instantly has a connection with the toddler and when she learns that Nate needs someone to watch her, she offers to be that person. As Nate and Jenna start to spend more time together, Nate begins to reconnect with his daughter thanks to Jenna's encouragement and it's clear that they are attracted to one another. With the baggage that Nate is still carrying from his wife's death and the fact that Jenna is technically working for him, plus the fact her twins have quickly become attached to Nate, things turn out to be a romantic slow burn to ensure everyone's feelings are taken into consideration. I loved both Nate and Jenna. They both had their issues, but more than anything this book was about forgiving yourself and believing that second chances are both possible and worth taking. There is no way I could write this review without talking about all three kids. They were adorable. Marley was just precious and the twins were adorable, precocious and wise beyond their years. While I'm sad that this series is ending, I'm glad it ended with Nate's story and one that I loved so much!
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    Emotionally charged from page 1!!

    Down Too Deep, the fourth and final installment to J. Daniels' Dirty Deeds series was emotionally charged from page one! I've been a devoted fan of Jessica's for many years now and she still astonishs me with her craft. She's my forever author 💜 Nathan Bell was first introduced in book one. Even then he kept to himself and was reserved. Bearing the guilt of his wife's death, Nathan is now left to take care of his 2 year-old daughter. He is struggling with raising Marley alone and taking back control of his life. When he meets Jenna Savage, a single mother of twins, she becomes his saving grace for she's willing to help him with Marley. Jenna (Brian's sister) is a great mother and a strong woman. There's nothing she loves more than her kids and when she's offered to look after Nathan's sweet little girl, she's all too excited. Summer days spent at Nathan's home and the beach with the kids not only becomes their new norm but it blossoms into something neither Jenna nor Nathan could have ever expected. Soon the attraction between them becomes undeniable. Friendship turns into love. Unbeknownst to these two single parents, a beautiful family is created. Down Too Deep was a moving story with beloved characters. There was humor, tender moments, as well as sexy moments shared between Nate and Jenna. Unforgettable and heartwarming... Down Too Deep is a must read!
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