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  • Friends to lovers

    Note: I’m binging the Wishful series and started The Christmas Fountain and quickly realized I missed a book somehow. I’m pretty set on experiencing books in chronological order – so I hopped over to Kait Nolan’s website to find that her Wishful and Wishing For A Hero series start to intertwine about here. (Technically, Make You Feel My Love is before See You Again, but I didn’t notice in that one.) Anywhoo… Nolan has this nifty spreadsheet on her website showing the order if you’re obsessive like me. Also of note is that this book was originally released in 2016 and titled If I Didn’t Care. I haven’t read that version, but she notes in the forward to Make You Feel My Love that she rewrote more than half the book. Whew! OK. Judd, you silly loveable man. The first third of this book was necessary for background and plot, but infuriating. Judd has pretty much loved Autumn all his life – but after a horrible attack got it into his crazy 17yo brain that he could best support her by being just a friend. More than a decade later and he still hasn’t moved on from his teenage thinking. Much to the consternation of Autumn and the entire town of Wishful. It’s hard to share without giving away spoilers, but I enjoyed the way Nolan mixed small town, friends to lovers, and romantic suspense. Judd’s current girlfriend can’t take the competition for Judd’s priorities any more (there’s no cheating), he’s named interim police chief, Autumn’s father is released from prison, and Judd’s left trying keep all the plates spinning before they crash down around him. Readers might want to know that with the mystery/suspense aspects this covers some darker subjects than the Wishful series: a history of abuse, a stalker, a kidnapping, and attempted murder. Despite having guessed the plot twist – the second half gripped me and wouldn’t let go. I loved the HEA and the epilogue. I’m also happy that Nolan is giving poor Mary Alice (Judd’s ex) her own love story in The Christmas Fountain (Wishful #9). While I’m looking forward to Rowan & Nash’s book, Watch Over Me (Wishing for a Hero #2), I have to be honest that I’m particularly interested in Ethan, the US Marshal in his book, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You. (I also may have decided Ethan looks like Timothy Olyphant from Justified – so there’s that.) Another note: If you keep scrolling in the ebook after finishing the story – you’ll find a teaser that Nolan is going to be launching a Romantic Suspense line of books under the pen name Harper Jackson. Sometime in 2021 – after reading this, I can’t wait.

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  • Terrific

    Another terrific book by the talented Kait Nolan. It took danger for Judd and Autumn to admit their feelings for each other. Whatever the catalyst, they belong together. They're true Soulmates. I had the villain figured out from the beginning but that didn't detract from my enjoyment of the story. I am extremely happy Autumn didn't forgive Jebediah and that she never trusted him. It made the story much more realistic, IMO. I urge you to read all books by this very talented author. You will fall in love with Wishful and all the crazy, quirky, lovable people who live there.

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  • friends to forever

    I read If I Didn't Care and honestly I didn't love it because Judd was being stupid. This is really a new read not totally different but just enough that I love this one. Judd was still slow to act upon his feelings but I liked him much better in this rewrite. I did feel for his girlfriend but loved her spunk and how she handled everything regarding Judd and even Autumn. Autumn I loved her in the first book and I loved in this one. She is one strong lady. I would call this a romantic suspense because she is being stalked. A great ending that will leave you with a smile. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • I absolutely loved it

    There is just something about this pair that makes my heart sigh in happiness. I read the original “If I Didn't Care” and I absolutely loved it. I can safely say that I love this version even more. I still stand behind my original words about Autumn and Judd’s story: I already loved Wishful before I started If I Didn't Care, but watching how this little town pulled together for Autumn and Judd made me love it even more. This new spin-off series isn't quite as cute and fluffy as the original Wishful books, and that's just fine by me. The Wishing For A Hero series takes us for a walk through the darker side of small-town life, but don't worry, there's still plenty of the heartwarming sweetness and downright zaniness we've all come to expect from the residents of Wishful. If you enjoy your romance and suspense tightly woven together then you need to read this. I will warn you, you may want to have that box of tissues handy when you get to the end. It's just the most glorious way to finish this book. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book through Booksprout.

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  • I loved this book

    I loved If I Didn't Care, the original story of Judd & Autumn but this is even better! I love that everyone in town knew they belonged together except them. A great friend to lovers romance, it is a must read. I was gifted an advanced reader copy and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review of this book.

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