Sunday, August 17, 2014

Jenny's non paranormal book review: Jumped by Colette Auclair

Book description:
Thoroughly enjoying herself at her  friend Melissa’s wedding, Amanda Vogel’s best friend Beth finds herself in an unexpected state of shock when she realizes she’s been seated next to her ex-husband, Finn, at the reception. Determined to not let this fluster her, Beth strikes up a conversation only to learn Finn isn’t the same man she walked away from.
Relieved the reception is over, Beth is looking forward to a relaxing weekend against the beautiful backdrop of sunny Aspen at Amanda and Grady’s estate. Little does she know Finn will be partaking in the weekend activities too. But just as Beth decides to keep as much distance between her and Finn as possible, Finn has a terrible accident and Beth is stuck being his bedside nurse.
Over the course of the following weeks, Beth and Finn discover that the wounds of their failed marriage are not all that’s left. There are sparks…and hope. But just as they decide to give their relationship another try, Finn confesses a huge secret that could destroy everything he’s fought to get back—Beth, their relationship, and another chance at love.
Will Beth turn away, or will she take a leap of faith and say “I do” once (again) and for all?
Jenny's review:

Beth is looking forward to enjoying her friend’s wedding, that is until she finds out that she is seated next to her ex-husband, Finn.  Both of them play nice, and Beth decides that seeing him was not so bad.  As luck would have it, the next day while the wedding guests are spending time together, during a football game, Finn breaks his leg.  Finn is forced to stay at the guest house where Beth is living.  Finn knows that as soon as he saw her, he wanted Beth back, and he was going to try to win her heart again.  It seems that Beth is powerless to stop the feelings that she has for Finn, and Finn is going to do any thing to make her love him again.
This was a  story of reunited love. Beth and Finn really find out that in their year of marriage they didn’t give it enough chance to grow.  I enjoyed how Finn went about trying to get Beth back, and that even if she didn’t admit it at first Beth knew she still loved him right back.   With a sweet reunion, and some steamy love scenes, this is a great read.

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