Monday, March 28, 2016

Review for Why Now by Carey Heywood

He was my everything. 
I loved him. 
For over twenty years. 
And everyone knew, including him. 

But he never loved me back. 
Not once. 
Not ever. 

So I moved on. 

Until now. 
Now he's back, and wants to make me his. 
He's everything I've ever wanted. 

I should be happy. 
But there's one problem. 
My fiancé.

My 5 star review:

Why now is the type of book that as soon as you are done reading it you hold it close to your chest and sigh.

I loved every thing about this book. I mean this book will have you turning to your significant other and pouring your feelings out like you have a bad case of puppy love.
Jake has the whole world laying heavy on his shoulders. He has to do what he has to do for his sister and his grandparents’ house. So leaving and being on a rig and making money is his life now.
Kasey is the laughing stock of the town. She has been in love with Jake who happens to be her best friend’s brother.  The crappie part about living in a close town is people like to talk.
That is all I am saying........
But this book will have you believing in true love again. I was reading this book with a huge smile on my face and tears in my eyes. Jake is one of those characters that you wished were a real life person. He is amazing, dedicated, and flipping lovable.
Carey Heywood did one hell of a job with this book. But then again all of her books are amazing. She is an extremely talented author and she proves it with every word she writes.
So thank you Carey for making me fall in love with yet another one of your book. Every single one of your books takes me to a different place. It is as if your books know exactly what I need.

About the Author:

New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author. She was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. Supporting her all the way are her husband, three sometimes-adorable children, a mischievous black cat, and their nine-pound attack Yorkie.


Love Riddles

Why Now?

Him and Her Series:

Sawyer Says
Being Neighborly (a novella)

Carolina Days:

The Other Side of Someday
Yesterday's Half Truths
Chasing Daylight

Standalone novels:

A Bridge of Her Own
Stages of Grace

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