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ALL IN (7-Stud Club Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07Q5HMQPT
- Publisher : Christie Ridgway (May 2, 2019)
- Publication date : May 2, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1377 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 254 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #409,234 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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John Boone loves women and having a good time. But, he doesn’t date. He doesn’t trust a woman to stay after his mother walked out on him and his father when he was a young child. But there’s something special about his new neighbor. Not only is she gorgeous, she generous and kind and he really enjoys spending time with her.
When Gemma suggests a fling, Boone can’t resist. But what happens when both start having more feelings than they are supposed to?
I’ll be honest, when I read the synopsis of this book, I was totally intrigued to start a series about a bunch of poker playing friends finding romance. I thought this book would be an enjoyable fun and flirty opposites attract romance between a construction worker and a girly girl. I was pleasantly surprised the more I read to find out that All In was so much more!
I loved both of these characters from the start. Boone is all alpha and gruff and a total commitment phobe because of his mother’s abandonment. But, he can’t seem to play his normal games with Gemma, and I loved watching him come to grips with the fact that he was developing real feelings for her. Gemma has her own reasons for fearing commitment stemming from a multitude of step fathers who never looked back once her mother moved on to the next man. Even though she thinks she can have a simple fling with Boone, it’s clear from the start she is in it for way more than that even though she is trying desperately to protect her heart.
This couple’s chemistry was off the charts hot, yet they share some very sweet and tender moments that are breathtaking . . . especially when a life changing event sends Boone’s world off kilter. This romance was fun and flirty, but also sweet and tender and had an fantastically unexpected depth of both plot and character which has made me even more excited to continue on this series with these poker playing buddies. 4.5 stars!
John Boone is a loner. His life revolves around his work, his buds, his dad and the occasional female hook up with women that understand the score. His mother walked out on him and his dad when he was 4 and John just doesn’t believe lasting love sticks. As for Gemma, his sexy next door neighbor, she has totally sworn off men after her last relationship; not to mention her mother and aunts many failed marriages as a guideline. Now she has her shop to run and that’s enough. But is it really enough for either of them?
Being a construction working, John sees a few things that need fixing outside Gemma’s home, so he silently fixes them. When Gemma notices this through her blinds, she decides to bake him some brownies as a thank you. But when she tries to give them to him, he pushes her and her brownies away. Now I’m like Gemma, Who doesn’t like brownies? And so the fun begins on how to return favors without getting close, especially when the attraction is strong on both parts.
This is a very well written, heartwarming storyline that will have you laughing, smiling and/or tearing up. The characters will spark your emotions and worm their way into your heart. 2 Thumbs up and 5 Stars.