Until You by Jeannie Moon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Jeannie Moon’s Until You is a heartwarming and entertaining sports romance. Newly divorced novelist, Kate Adams is not looking for a relationship. However, when thirty-year-old hockey star David Burke picks her up at a bar on her fortieth birthday who is she to turn him down for a night of much-needed fun. Fate has other plans, and David is not going to give up on her so easily. This contemporary sports romance primarily takes place in Pennsylvania and is suitable for adults.
I like Kate. She was in an abusive marriage but persevered as a renowned writer. I felt bad for her situation involving her daughter. David is a great guy. He is thoughtful and protective. I like how the two hit it off and opened up to one another. They have a lot in common. I also appreciated that they liked each other because of their personalities and not who they are. Kate’s ex-husband, Richard Nicholls, and his fiancé Marie are a piece of work. Both are selfish and manipulative. They make interesting adversaries.
I plot was credible. I love that Kate and David met in California, but both lived in Pennsylvania. I thought it was great that he was a fan of her books. They overcome multiple hurtles. The conflict between her ex and daughter was gripping. This is the first book I have read by Jeannie Moon. I really enjoyed it and would read another book by her. I would love to see a sequel to this book after Laura turns eighteen where she bumps into Jack again.
Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
ebook, 420 pages
Published March 17th 2015 by Tule Publishing
ISBN 1942240341 (ISBN13: 9781942240341)
Edition Language: English
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