Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Review ~ Carter (The Harlow Brothers #1) by Brie Paisley

Carter (The Harlow Brothers, #1)
eARC received via the tour company in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: July 22nd 2016

Publisher: Self-published

She was the one for me.
The one that I knew would be mine forever until I made the biggest mistake. I pushed her away and I’ve regretted that decision ever since. I’ve tried to move on, tried to put the memory of her behind me, but she’s always consuming my thoughts. Now, she’s back in our hometown, trying to rebuild a new life. I know she’s keeping secrets. She tries to hide them from me, and I will do whatever it takes to prove that I’m the one she needs. Because Shelby Ross is the other part of me that I can’t live without and I refuse to let her go again. 

He broke my heart.
I never thought I would be able to pick of the pieces he left behind. When he let me go, I ran away from it all, thinking it was the easiest thing to do. But, running has a price and I’ve paid it in full for years. Now, I’m back where it all began, back to putting my life together and starting over. It should’ve been easy, but Carter Harlow is reawakening long buried emotions that I thought were gone. He wants to make me his again. I can’t let that happen. He ruined me, broke me, and I’m afraid I’ll never survive it a second time around.

My Opinion

This book has been plastered on my news feed for weeks. I wanted to read it as soon as I saw the cover, even though I had no idea what it was about. Anyway, I went on a FB stalking mission and found the tour sign up form. Yay!

When Carter appeared on my kindle I had to dive in straight away. I love second chance romances and for the most part this was a good read. The start hooked me instantly and had me asking questions about Shelby. I thought the romance as well was sweet and played out nicely. The book was a cute read with some emotional drama and it held my attention well for the most part.

I did feel it could have been cut down at times. Some information became repetitive and I felt like I was reading the same thing over and over. I also kept waiting for something to happen. Shelby's past seemed like it would amount to more in her future and the ending seemed a little anti-climatic.

Overall, this was still a good read. I enjoyed it and would like to read more about the brothers, especially Clark.


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