Thursday, July 26, 2012

That Thing Called Love by Susan Anderson

3 STARS It is a good romance but it had too much swearing and sex for me personaly. I like the characters,the town, storyline. Austin is 13 years old and his Grandpa that raised him died a few months after his grandma died. He is staying with who Jenny Salazar has been almost like a sister to him. The lawyer says he needs to contact Jakes Austin's father before she can be made permant guardian. Austin never remembers meeting him. Jake Bradshaw is a photographer for National Geographic and was on a photo shoot in the back of beyond and did not get back to Razor Bay for 3 months after the funeral. Jake now gets to be a father and wants to take him back to New York city to live with him. He always wanted to get out of Razer bay. His senior year in high school he became a dad and a widower left with a crying baby. His in-laws suggested that he accept the scholarship he earned and they would raise Austin. Jake took the scholarship and did not look back. Jenny came to town at 16 to work at the hotel that Austin's grandparents owned. She was supporting her and her mother after thier father was sent to jail for a ponzie scheme. She worked up to manager and they became like grandparents to her. She did not let them spoil her like they wanted to. She was missing them too. She was also left with 7% of the business and to manage Austins till he was ready for it. Jake had a half brother he met for the first time on the playground at school where he was bullied because Max believed his father would have stayed with him. By that time his father had left Jake & his mother to move onto another family. Once he left he ignored the previous children he had. Austin did not want anything at first with his father. Jenny was unselfesh and wanted them to grow closer for Austin sake. She could not deny that Jake was good looking and hot. Thier are a lot of different relations that are being worked on slowly and I was really into the story. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest reviews from Netgalley. Harlequin HQN (July 31, 2012) 384 pages

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