Book Review: His Best Friend’s Sister by Eve Gaddy

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Title

His Best Friends´s Sister

Author

Eve Gaddy

Publisher

Tule Publishing

Genre

Romance

Series

Devil´s Rock At Whiskey River

Rating

♥♥♥♥♥

Publish Date

August 16, 2018

 


Blurb


Whiskey River businessman Zack Banister has had his eye on Laurel Lewis for years, even though she’s always been off-limits. The timing has never been right between them, but now that they’re both free, Zack is determined to convince Laurel that he’s the perfect man for her.

The last thing Laurel needs is a white knight. She’s a single mom and knows she can only rely on herself. But the thought of a fling with Zack is a different matter—and far too tempting to resist.

Then reality crashes in and Laurel faces hard decisions. And Zack will do anything to convince her to take a risk on him for their happy ever after.

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REVIEW

I really enjoyed this book. I fell in love with the authors writing in the first book of the Devil´s Rock at Whiskey River series. This book was just as good as the first in the series. This book is centered around Laurel. She is the sister to Travis who we met in the first book. Well Zach is Travis´ best friend. He is in business with Travis. Zach has always had a crush on Laurel since she was 15. He never acted on it or told anyone. Well 2 years after Laurel´s divorce Zach is determined to ask her out. Laurel´s divorce did not go well. Her ex husband left her with 2 kids and a mountain of debt. She is struggling working 2 jobs. Laurel has big trust issues when it comes to men because of this. It doesn´t matter how wonderful and nice Zach is. Zach accepts her children and her situation. When they get an unexpected surprise Zach steps up but Laurel is hesitant not knowing if she can ever depend on anyone else. This book put me through all sorts of emotions. I have been through a terrible divorce and I had to learn how to trust again. This book is so relatable to anyone who is a single parent or has been through a divorce. I loved how real it was. The author is able to tell a story with perfection. I was so involved with the characters I could not stop reading. I had to know what happened. I like how we still got glimpses of Travis and Tobi and we also got to see Harlan their other brother. I would totally recommend this book to anyone who likes a real romance.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Eve Gaddy is the award winning, national bestselling author of more than twenty-five novels and novellas. Some of her latest releases include A Texas Christmas Reunion, The Redfish Chronicles, The Cowboy and the Doctor, Love Me, Cowgirl, and Last Shot. Eve is happy to be a member of Romance Writers of America’s Honor Roll for bestselling authors. Her books have won and been nominated for awards from Romantic Times, Golden Quill, Bookseller’s Best, Holt Medallion, Daphne Du Maurier and many more. She was nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Innovative Series romance as well as winning the 2008 Romantic Times Career Achievement award for Series Storyteller of the year. For more news (and fun!) subscribe to her newsletter at http://bit.ly/Evenews Eve loves her family, spring and fall in east Texas, the Colorado mountains, dogs, chocolate, books, and electronics. She enjoys cooking except when she is writing, and has been known to tell her husband that is what takeout was created for. Eve also loves a happy ending. That’s why she writes romance. Find Eve on the Web: http://www.evegaddy.net Facebook: http://on.fb.me/EveGaddy Twitter:@EveGaddy

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