Monday, March 30, 2015

Until You by Jeannie Moon

Book Blurb:

When newly divorced Kate Adams is approached on the sunny deck of a California hotel by hockey star David Burke, and he invites her to dinner, she almost says no. He’s obviously younger than her. And charming. And drop dead gorgeous. But there’s also something sweet about David, so Kate—who hasn’t done anything spontaneous in a very long time—accepts his invitation.

It is, after all, her fortieth birthday.

However, a real romance with thirty-year-old David, whose picture is in the gossip pages as often as it’s in the sports pages, is out of the question. No matter how much she wants him, it’s just too risky.

But meeting Kate has been David’s lightning strike. She’s the one for him, and he has no intention of giving up on her.

So while Kate guards her fragile heart, David sets out to win her over with the same determination that drives him on the ice.

And he’ll break every rule in the book if he has to.

My Review:

I loved the multi-dimensional, realistic plot of Until You by Jeannie Moon.  I wasn't too sure what to expect when I started this, and am so happy to say that Until You mesmerized me!

Katie is a strong heroine who has a lot going on in her life.  I really liked her, how she dealt with things, and who she was.   David might be 10 years younger than her, but once they hit it off that didn't deter him one bit.  He didn't see the numbers, he just saw Katie.  The woman he wanted to know better and be with.  He cares, he stands by her and supports her, and he is persistent enough that I kept hoping eventually Katie would realize he's worth risking her heart again!

The connection between Katie and David is one I could feel strongly through out Until You.  They also had great chemistry, but I liked how the chemistry was not the only thing they had going for them.  I think their feelings were realistic and the doubts and bumps in the road believable.  As they work through this and Katie deals with an ex husband and her teenage daughter, the plot really solidified and came together well.

I always love a good romance that has a more mature heroine!

Numerous facets of life and relationships are explored in Until You, woven in realistically and making things very intriguing!

I'd recommend Until You to any romance reader! 

4/5 stars

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