I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Bursting With Love by Melissa Foster
Also by this author: Sisters in Love, Lovers At Heart, Destined For Love, Friendship on Fire
Series: The Bradens At Weston CO #5
Also in this series: Lovers At Heart, Destined For Love, Friendship on Fire, Sea of Love
Published by World Literary Press on 7th January 2014
Source: for a Blog Tour
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After having her heart broken by a country music star, Savannah Braden has sworn off men. She takes a break from her fast-paced Manhattan lifestyle for a weekend at a survivor camp to rebuild her confidence and readjust her priorities. But when she meets the handsome guide, Jack Remington, she’s drawn to everything about him—from his powerful physique to his brooding stare—despite the big chip on his shoulder. Powerless to ignore the heated glances and mounting sexual tension, Savannah begins to reassess her hasty decision.
After losing his wife in a tragic accident, Jack Remington found solace in the mountains of Canada. This solitary existence allows him to wallow in his guilt and punish himself for having made a decision that he believes cost his wife her life. He never expected to want to return to the life he once knew—but then again, he never expected to meet gorgeous, stubborn, and competitive Savannah Braden.
One passionate kiss is all it takes to crack the walls the two have built to protect themselves, and allow love to slip in. While Jack fights his way through his guilt, and struggles to get back into the lives of those he left behind, Savannah is there to help him heal, and together they nurture hope that they’ve finally found their forever loves.
Savannah is strong and brave, but is a mess after finding her boyfriend, Connor Dean, in bed with another girl again. She’s let that toe rag back time and time again and something in her has clicked she wants to be treated better she deserves to be treated better. So what doe she do? She sends herself on a survivors weekend. Little did she know it would help someone else more than herself.
Jack is essentially an angry mess. He blames himself for what happened in his past and he doesn’t know how to cope. It was amazing to see Savannah break down those walls and make him see that life was worth living again, that he could love again.
Their path is painful. There are lots of hurdles to overcome but together they are stronger.
Jack reuniting with his family it must have been hard for him, especially trying to make it up to his father. But he knows that family is important to Savannah and it was once important to him. He knows it’s going to be a difficult road but he needs to find his way back to them. I really liked the Remingtons. I am interested to learn more about them. I love Siena, she was like a breath of fresh air.
I savoured every page of this book because I knew that after this there’s only one more Braden sibling left. I’m not quite sure I’m ready to let them go yet, so I’m hoping they will feature in The Remingtons books.
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