The stakes climb higher in this second book in the No Weddings Series for Hannah Martin, a woman restrained by her past, and Cade Michaelson, the man who could help set her free.
I’m drawn to Cade as he charms his way into more of my life and offers me something I truly haven’t ever had: a friend. Yet his humour, patience, and drop-dead sexiness take my breath away, and I know my heart is at risk. I want to move forward but am terrified I can’t.
Cade seems to have it together from his own devastating heartache. His subtle actions, however, suggest a different story. And even though he says he wants more, I wonder if he’s able to trust in our developing relationship.
As we navigate through our tangled feelings, we vow to take it slow. Yet no matter how careful we try to be, things between us intensify—and there’s nothing we can do, or want to do, to stop it.
But the biggest question remains: Is chemistry enough to move beyond the past and toward a future together?
I really enjoyed No Weddings which was told from Cade’s point of view, One Funeral is told from Hannah’s and continues on their time line.
The story continues with their flirty ways but just how damaged they are from their previous relationships really becomes clear. Hannah is still working on getting her business off the ground while trying to brave herself to take the leap of faith that a romance with Cade would work.
Cade’s confident reassures Hannah and with the help of therapy, the chemistry between the two is electric and things really heat up. Lovers of romantic happily ever afters will be rejoicing when this moves from sweet to scorching hot! You might need a Bex and a lie down when you are finished with this one.
I love Kat and Stone’s style of writing. The right amount of character attitude, sexiness, gruffness and romance and it makes for wonderful reading. Found myself putting off jobs that needed to be done so I could finish it.
Super excited about the next two instalments in the series and thankfully they are not too far apart. Have already preordered them.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from Net Galley to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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