Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Review for "Somebody's Lover," by Jasmine Haynes!


Once tragedy has struck a well-dynamically formed family, there's nothing left but blame, loneliness, desuetude, and despair for all that are involved, especially for a widow, and her children. However, to be able to obtain a slice of salvation, a ray of sunshine, to break free from the darkness, to be able to deal with the challenges of everyday life is one to be desired.

That's what Taylor is in dire need of, a man to make her feel as though she is the most desirable woman he has ever seen, even if it's just for a few hours. Nevertheless, she NEVER expecting that man to be her brother-in-law, Jace.

Once sparks fly between these two, they NEVER end. Craving each other's touch, as though no other, is the SWEETEST drug imaginable, and to be able to possess that is EXTREMELY inspiring. It's as though having lighting strike the same place twice, rare, and unobtainable at times, yet to possess it twice in one person's lifetime, is absolutely ASTONISHING!

I immensely ENJOYED this novel, at times it reminded me of Lorelei James, "Cowgirls Don't Cry," and "Cowgirl Up & Ride." Obviously very different scenarios, yet similar qualities, Ms. Haynes possessed the same finesse that Ms. James does with her storylines. Also having a multitude of SIZZLING, SCORCH THE PAGES, love scenes--too boot!

I've become an instant fan of Ms. Haynes, already purchasing the remainder books within this series! This novel was PHENOMENAL, it kept me GLUED to the pages, wondering if and when Taylor and Jace might or might NOT be discovered. What would the rest of the family think of their union?  Could Taylor and Jace forge a future together as Lou's death casts a shadow above them?

You're going to have to discover that on your own! I DON'T kiss & tell!  >;o)~~~
The reason this novel hit so close to home for me, is that my Nonna (Grandmother), married her brother-in-law after her sister passed away. She helped raise my Nonno's (Grandfather's) sons, her nephews, and eventually had more children with him (my mother being one of them). My Nonna fell madly, deeply, and irrevocably in LOVE with my Nonno, and he treated her like GOLD, everyday--for the rest of his life!  :**)
"Cowgirl Up & Ride (Rough Riders, #3)," "Cowgirls Don't Cry (Rough Riders, #10)," & "Cowboy Casanova, (Rough Riders, #12) by Lorelei James
"Colters' Woman (Colters' Legacy, #1) by Maya Banks
"Midnight Awakening (The Midnight Breed, #3) by Lara Adrian
"Jinxed," by Inez Kelley
"Rude Awakening," by Veronica Chadwick
"Then Came You (Gamblers of Craven's, #1)," by Lisa Kleypas
"When Strangers Marry," by Lisa Kleypas
"Stranger in My Arms," by Lisa Kleypas

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