Friday, April 15, 2016

My Kind of Wonderful by Jill Shalvis

Cedar Ridge #2

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ 1/2 I enjoyed Hudson's story much more than I had anticipated. This is the second in the Cedar Ridge Series and personally, I found it better than the first. Bailey was a girl with a new lease on life and her attitude reflected that well. She was fun and sweet. Hudson was an independent guy who had so much on his plate he couldn't fit on one more.. but even so, he had Bailey on his mind right from the first time he saw her, and I loved it!

Neither of them wanted to accept a long term commitment, and I could understand this, but sometimes it felt like they were just saying the words because that's what they were used to or that's what they thought the other person expected. That said, I really liked how Shalvis ended the book. It wasn't what I expected and that was a nice surprise.

The Kincaids are indeed a crazy bunch, but also a strongly bonded family. I love the way the brothers interact with each other and I am really looking forward to Kenna’s story. At least I am hoping she will get one!

I am about to read Jacob's story. Should be interesting!

** I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review **

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Here's the Blurb:


Bailey Moore has an agenda: skiing in the Rockies, exploring castles in Europe, ballroom dancing in Argentina. Now that she has a second lease on life, she's determined not to miss a thing. What she doesn't realize is that item #1 comes with a six-foot-one ski god hot enough to melt a polar ice cap. She doesn't want to miss out on him either, but Hudson Kincaid isn't the type of guy to love and let go. And as gorgeous as Cedar Ridge is, she's not planning to stick around.

As head of ski patrol at his family's resort, Hud thinks he's seen it all. But never has he run into someone like Bailey. She might look delicate, but her attitude is all firecracker. And her infectious joy touches something deep within him that he's been missing far too long. Now he'll just have to convince Bailey to take a chance on her biggest adventure yet . . . something rare and all kinds of wonderful.

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