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    Reading worth the wait was like getting two storie

    The main story is about Hogan and Violet. Hogan is a widower that doesn’t trust women and Violet is a take charge woman that doesn’t need a man to run her successful diner. Hogan is a great guy that is trying to make the best life possible for his 17 year old son. Hogan had Colt when he was 17 and loved his wife, Colt’s mom, but now he doesn’t trust women and just wants to have a good time, no strings attached, except he cannot help his attraction to Violet. He tries to keep the distance between them and Violet tries to honor his request but life doesn’t work that way. The secondary story is about the sheriff, Nathan and his new neighbor Brooklin. Brooklin doesn’t want to make any friends, she just wants to keep her head down and live a quiet life. Nathan is instantly attracted to Brooklin and her unique eyes but his cop instincts are telling that there is more to Brooklin’s story then what she is leading on. The stores are well intertwined and it this store was great to read. It was fun reading the struggles of all four characters and the variety of personalities you are sure to find one that you relate to – I related well with Violet. ~ I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review~
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    Fantastic sequel with romance and humor

    I really enjoyed this book. There's romance, humor and sexy times. Hogan and Violet are perfect for each other. Violet is a spunky, sassy independent woman who complements Hogan. The banter and chemistry between them was fantastic. I loved the relationship between Hogan and his son, Colt. Even get a little bit of story from Colt's perspective which was great. There is a second romantic storyline of Nathan and Brooklin. They are sweet together and she added to the intrigue to the story. Add Jason (Hogan's brother) and Honor, Sullivan and Lexie (from the previous book) into the mix and you have a yourself the makings of a fun, fantastic story. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader copy of this book.
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    It is worth the wait.

    How could you not fall in love with Hogan and Nathan? Colt is such a cutie too. Violet is so sassy and Brooklin is quiet, but very determined. Hogan and Violet have wanted to get together, but they both have had bad relationships and neither was ready to commit. But, sometimes that doesn't matter when the right person comes along. Nathan is a protector and his instincts tell him that Brooklin is running from something. Will she finally open up to him? Good story.
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    A Lovely Story!

    Greatly entertaining and edgy stories about life in a tight-knit community and love that grows over time, and blooms when you least expect it. I enjoyed each of the three couples, and their road to happiness, even the young-adult-potential-future-couple that was rather tender and sweet start of something possibly lasting and lifelong. Because Cole was just that smart, advanced, mature 17-year old, that he could be making those kind decisions even at that young age. My absolutely favorite thing in the book was the relationship between Cole and his dad, Hogan Guthrie. The open, honest, mellow connection between them was an amazing thing to witness. They talk, they tease, they disagree, a little, and they share life, the good, the bad, and the ugly. They respect and trust each other in an admirable way, that had me smiling and sighing through the tale. But don't get me wrong, the romance stories were very entertaining, as well. I read the book at one sitting, the story mesmerized and pulled me in. The possible danger to the characters kept the story on the edge, with the emotional roll-a-coaster keeping the feelings in a turbulent state. Of course, when two (and a half) love stories are put into one book, you might be left with the feeling that you wanted more insides of both the couples, more in-depth characters, more details of the development of the relationships. I didn't get that at the end of this book, even though I do recognize the fact that it was more of a charming tale than a deeply emotional, angsty story. Hogan was an outgoing, fun characters, a loyal friend and brother, and a great father. He used to be a hound dog but had redeemed his ways and the reasons for his behavior were well explained, and even understandable. I really liked him, he made it easy with his charm. Violet Shaw was the perfect match for him. I liked how it took time for the relationship to develop, how they had to figure out things before they made it public and before the commitment was made. Violet has worked since a young girl, she had been a loner, carrying a responsibility for the business and for her life. The growing feelings she has towards Hogan causes some turbulence at first, but soon the desire wins all obstacles. While Hogan and Violet try to figure it all out, Nathan Hawley goes straight to the matter with his new neighbor, Brooklin Sweet. Brooklin has secrets, potentially dangerous secrets. The danger is lurking around and everyone will be surprised how it plays out. The two romances are intertwined, and the stories overlap with each other in a natural way. The sexy scenes are steaming hot, yet they are well written and take the plot forwards, an essential addition to the tales. A community where I want to live in, friends I want to call my own, love finding its way through life's ups and downs, making the past acceptable and the future look bright. I enjoyed my time with the Guthries and their friends, I wish I could have stayed for awhile longer... A book filled with charming, engaging characters that you will miss! ~ Four Spoons
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    Feel good small town romance.

    Like Don't Tempt Me, the first book in the Guthrie Brothers series, Worth the Wait delivers two complete stories for the price of one! With Hogan and Violet and Nathan and Brooklin, we're treated to the romance we've come to love from Ms. Foster, with a bit of mystery and suspense thrown in to keep us on our toes. And alongside our 2 main couples is an outstanding cast of secondary characters from the small town in Ohio, including Colt, Hogan's unbelievably sweet, kind, and caring son- what a complete doll! Ms. Foster does a wonderful job of writing 2 overlapping storylines, without confusing the reader as to what is going on. Each story is fully fleshed out, with Hogan and Violet's story being the main focus. I really enjoyed these 2. As a single father his sole focus has been caring for Colt, and he hasn't entertained the idea of permanence with any one woman, until things with Violet heat up. Nathan is the town sheriff and becomes intrigued with quiet woman who's moved next door. She's not looking for a relationship, she's got a past that she's running from, but Nathan is not one to back down from a challenge. And he definitely won't let a woman fight on her own. Worth the Wait is a classic feel good, small town Lori Foster romance.
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