Author: Jennifer Haymore
Published: March 17th 2014
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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A woman who has it all...
Zoey Hanson has moved on since her breakup with Nathan Richards three years ago. She’s independent, she has a career she loves, and she’s in the market to buy her first house. Everything is perfect—absolutely perfect. Now she’s off to Sugar Cay, the most beautiful island in the world, to spend spring break with her best friends. If only her ex wasn’t going to be there too. Hopefully this time he won’t have a runway model draped on his arm.
A man who knows what he wants...
The worst mistake Nathan ever made was walking away from Zoey. Now, he’s determined to win her back, and there’s no better place for seduction than on the romantic island of Sugar Cay. There’s one minor problem, though—Zoey and Nathan live and work on different coasts. But Nathan is an optimist by nature: first he’ll reel her in, then he’ll convince her move to San Francisco. All goes according to plan until Zoey realizes she’s falling hard and fast for Nathan all over again. Then all hell breaks loose...and Nathan must reevaluate his strategy, or he just might lose Zoey forever.
Just give me all the Jennifer Haymore books now please!!!
In all seriousness though, I really would like that. A lot. The other books I read were historical romances, so it was new to read a modern romance by her. But, it was definitely just as good of a read as the others.
Nathan and Zoey, oh my lord were they cute. They're great together, and they know it too, but they have one tiny problem of their opposite lives. Not that they're opposites, just that they have established lives and to leave those lives, to them, would be something they could never do. The whole problem is that their feelings are strong--strong enough to not give up on the notion.
The Reunion is an enormously adorable novella. It's hard to stop reading it because you're drawn into their lives, and you're understanding their thoughts as if they were your own. I swear, I'm going to read Jennifer Haymore's work as much as I possibly can. It's just that good.