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Shelves: romance , steamy While second in a series, the first seems kind of inconsequential and way short. Also, I don't recognize any of those names, so I'm thinking they're likely only tangentially related? This story had some stand-out moments and leads I really liked, though the theory was often better than the reality. Stella turned out way better than I expected up front. She's a bit old to still be finding her way in life 28 so the initial assumption is that she's a flake—an assumption that isn't helped by her While second in a series, the first seems kind of inconsequential and way short.
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True Confessions. I liked that about her and I particularly liked that she eventually takes setbacks in stride and comes out stronger. Beau is less of a win, though I like the framework. He's the one where the theory big, strong, capable Marine at the top of his form doesn't quite play out in reality. Yes, he is all those things, but he's also pretty out-to-sea much of the time and he's emotionally constipated enough to give him a rougher road than if he'd just let himself care.
I wanted to warm to him more than I did is all I'm saying. And not least because his constipation meant pain for Stella and that sucked more than a little.
That said, I enjoyed their story and the banter was often fun. A note about Steamy: Stella has an interesting take on sex that makes her technically a virgin explicitly saving herself for love and marriage though she pushes that definition enough that I'm counting all three explicit sex scenes as full-on sex scenes.
If you are amongst the group of people who do not read books which the c I wasn't a hockey fan. If you are amongst the group of people who do not read books which the couple doesn't stay together, and at least one of them plays the hound dog role, I don't know if you will enjoy this one. This is a story of Autumn, a young woman who has had more than her share of struggles, caring for a dying parent, being on her own at a young age, but who finds herself in Vegas, the object of a very sexy, very hot male''s singularly charming attentions.
She falls. They get tattoos, have a hound dog wedding and she wakes up with him gone.
I'm thinking, oh boy this isn't something I would forgive. But wait, it gets worse! He divorces her sorry self without a backward glance. End of story? Well if it was it would be a four chapter novel.
Enter an unplanned and unexpected pregnancy. Connor ends up being the light of his mother's life, and indeed he captured my heart. I was so happy when Sam started to see that his son was old enough, at five now, to feel his absences. Being a hockey player, he had to be away, but Connor was missing his dad for more than the Disney land Dad visits.
And Sam clues in. My god, when Connor announced he no longer liked his formerly beloved Barney, stating "Barney is for babies", I totally felt Autumn's pain. Regardless of her painful history with an asshat ex, her baby was growing up.
And it was obvious to her, that he needed more from his dad. She bends for him. As a reader, I wondered right along with our heroine,how she would ever be able to get past the "patches she had had to sew into her life", to get past the damage Sam had caused her. Through the first part of the book, Sam compulsively womanizes. He thinks of his "ex" as a bitch he justifiably escaped from. Well, that warmed me up to him. This "hockey hero" has his own set of baggage from some serious family trauma and is not very good at opening up.
It would do no good to tell you that I thought that this justified his behaviour. I ended up liking him anyway. The author very cleverly starts to herd us towards empathy for this damaged fellow when he comes to some powerful, if grossly LATE, insights. I loved their interchanges when they finally started to get past their history: His family. But Autumn does not fall in weakly, "There you go again, trying to charm me into falling in love with you.
Her gaze met his. As if it wasn't possible.
As if he wasn't capable of falling in love with a woman. As if he wasn't capable of loving her. Good hockey? You bet. A great second chance? Most assuredly. A shot at redemption? I think so. The catch in my breath. Sam and Autumn are exes who were together over a weekend in Vegas, and ended up with a son to remember it by. Sam and Autumn reconnect several years later at a wedding that Autumn has planned, with much acrimony between them over a bitter start to their joint custody.
I loved the cont Any Man of Mine was a delight. She is fearful of trusting in this new and improved Sam. I liked her, and had a lot of respect. Sam and Autumn make a great team, as parents and as a couple. Great story, and a wonderful addition to the Chinook series. This one is better than but isn't as fulfilling as.
From the start, for the life of me I just couldn't make myself to like Sam. I only see him as a pretty face on a hot body, no in-depth feelings or thoughts. And don't get me started on Autumn. I just hate a wavering heroine who can't take a stand for what she wanted. First she fell in love with Sam, then she got over him, then she was at peace with him for rejecting her, then she felt lonely and Like any other RG's book, a fast paced story. First she fell in love with Sam, then she got over him, then she was at peace with him for rejecting her, then she felt lonely and jumped him, then she didn't want him to get the wrong idea and sent him packing, then she felt neglected by him when he backed off and want him to jump her.
Jeez woman, you made my head pound and not in a good way too. I've enjoyed most of her books. This was no exception, although, I found the story just so so.
This lovers reunited story was just ok. Really, I wasn't a big fan of Sam's in the beginning but he did get better. At least he changed in his behavior as a father after Autumn blew up at him. However, the way they got back together just seemed too quick for me and it was before Sam even apolo Rachel Gibson is one of those authors I like to read from time to time. The book was ok but nothing spectacular. If you're looking for a quick read and lovers reunited with a child involved then this is one for you.
I will read the next one coming out about Autumn's brother, Vince. I'm curious about his story. Apr 28, boogenhagen rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Besides the H being the biggest slut in three countries, which is his prerogative. He blows off his planned outings with his son to go bang a babe, not once, but over and over again. Ironically, his biggest memory is his father abandoning him. But he really doesn't reform all that much. The book is very unbalanced, we get over pages of him with other women and disappointing his son and we Besides the H being the biggest slut in three countries, which is his prerogative.
The book is very unbalanced, we get over pages of him with other women and disappointing his son and we get about 10 pages and ONE day at the very end of the book where he makes an effort to be a decent parent.
That is not a romance, that isn't a redemption and this is not an HEA in my worldview. Jun 07, Nefise rated it liked it Shelves: It was hard to like hero because he was really cruel to heroine at the beginning of the book. Although story progressing was good and hero tried to make amends for his sins, it was not as charming as the first and second book in the series. Also, two other books romances were both more intense and sweet.
On the other hand, this was lame and forgettable compared to them. Mar 02, chanceofbooks rated it liked it Shelves: Originally Shared at Cloudy with a Chance of Books-- http: Is it possible for a romance hero to be too realistic?
And it was everything that makes Gibson so much fun: And this, unfortunately, is where Any Man of Mine runs into controversy. Or, as is the case here, there was a quickie marriage that arguably should never have occurred. Sam and Autumn met five years ago in Vegas, got married in a drunken haze his part believing in love at first sight her part , and got a divorce because Sam came to his senses as soon as he sobered up the next morning and left without a word to Autumn.
Class act that Sam. But, reckless drunken actions do not a bad hero make. Except where those bad decisions result in an accidental pregnancy, and Sam spends the next five years continuing to be a jerk. We all know men like Sam, particularly athletic golden boys with troubled pasts, who pay their child support while continuing to live the life of a carefree bachelor.
I didn't care for either Sam or Autumn when the story started. Autumn was prickly and argumentative and seemingly hell-bent on finding fault with everything Sam did. However, as we learn their "back story", I could totally see where Autumn was coming from.
Sam had hurt her horribly with his actions towards her and Connor and her antipathy towards him was completely understandable. Sam is what I've come to call Rachel Gibson's typical hockey hero: Arrogant, conceited, gorgeous and completely self-absorbed.
To be fair, the author gave him the insurmountable task of redeeming himself after he had treated Autumn abominably and pretty much ignored his own son for the first five years of the boy's life. I don't know if there's any way he could have redeemed himself, but honestly he didn't have to put a whole lot of effort into it - one peek at Sam's stunning six pack abs and Autumn seemed willing to forgive just about anything!
Sam had the self awareness of a rock. He didn't seem to know why he fell for Autumn in the first place, why he left her in such a cowardly fashion or why he couldn't be bothered to be much of a father to his son. In the end I was left with the feeling that he really didn't know why he wanted to get back together with her. I did like the pacing of the story, with the couple's Vegas interlude told in flashback and the dialog was nicely done.
Connor was a believable five year old; no precocious adult-like wisdom or annoying baby-talk. I enjoyed the humor and yes, Sam was a tool, but he was a charming and sexy one and the love scenes are pleasantly steamy.
I'm not sure what to make of Vince, Autumn's brother. I've never noticed sequel bait in one of Rachel Gibson's books, but I have to assume that Vince gets his own story in another book because otherwise his character was pretty pointless.
And don't get me started on Chelsea's breast reduction surgery! So in the end I find myself in an awkward spot when it comes to this story.
I did enjoy it - it was a fast read and very entertaining, but honestly I never could see where Sam redeemed himself in Autumn's eyes and I certainly didn't download into the happily-ever-after. Mass Market Paperback Verified download. My favorite book of hers is Truly, Madly Yours.
The story starts with Faith and Ty's wedding which is being organized by Autumn Haven. Haven and Sam had a wild fling in Vegas more than 5 years ago during an emotional time in both their lives.
They got carried away and got married within a couple of days. The next time she hears from him is through his lawyer asking for a divorce. She discovers she is pregnant and he demands a paternity test. Sam meets his son Conner about a week after his birth. During the first couple years of Conner's life, Sam and Autumn's relationship is toxic. They hate each other and don't get along at all.