Don't Give Me Butterflies (The Holloway Girls, #3)
Pine Cove Island calls to her soul... As the Queen of Impulsive Decisions, Kat Davenport has found herself without a job or a place to live. So settling on Pine Cove Island isn't the sanest choice--meaning it's perfect. Like the mysterious Holloway cousins, Kat has her own unique gift. In her case, it's a knack for communicating with animals. Which makes getting hired at the local animal shelter feel like kismet. Especially when she finds a room to rent at a nearby lavender farm--complete with a sweet landlord and her brawny grandson--a guy who happens to give Kat an all-too-familiar flutter in her stomach...Jordan Prescott isn't back in Pine Cove to find romance. He's here to sell the family farm, a fact that bewilders Kat. A former foster kid, she can't understand why he'd give up his childhood home. So when the big-hearted beauty starts bringing home strays from the shelter, Jordan is suddenly her adversary. Until their fiery disagreements turn into fiery kisses...Now Kat is falling for a man who will likely make her homeless yet again. Unless she learns how to lend her considerable powers to taming the beast lurking inside this prince...

Don't Give Me Butterflies (The Holloway Girls, #3) Details

TitleDon't Give Me Butterflies (The Holloway Girls, #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 30th, 2019
PublisherZebra
ISBN-139781420146301
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Fantasy, Paranormal

Don't Give Me Butterflies (The Holloway Girls, #3) Review

  • Ꮗ€♫◗☿
    January 1, 1970
    Romantic, funny, heartwarming and a touch of magicI really liked this book much more than I expected. I generally go for the hot covers with a sexy shirtless man on the the front and a bit more racy story but truly enjoyed this book. The heroine was Kat Davenport, who grew up in foster care and comes to Pine Cove Island in the Pacific Northwest, broke after getting out of a bad relationship in Los Angeles. She has a ability to “talk” to animals.I like it that it is not crazy illogical magic like Romantic, funny, heartwarming and a touch of magicI really liked this book much more than I expected. I generally go for the hot covers with a sexy shirtless man on the the front and a bit more racy story but truly enjoyed this book. The heroine was Kat Davenport, who grew up in foster care and comes to Pine Cove Island in the Pacific Northwest, broke after getting out of a bad relationship in Los Angeles. She has a ability to “talk” to animals.I like it that it is not crazy illogical magic like she can speak to animals and hear them speak back like in the Dr. Doolittle movies, but that she can touch them and see what they have been going though or what their days have been like and determine why they are sad or what they want from seeing that, like if they are neglected, scared, or hungry. The Hero is Jordan Prescott who grew up on the island on a lavender farm with his parents. Jordan has a business in New York and has returned to sell the farm because his worthless hippie parents recently left after his 90 year old Grandmother moved in with them to help run it. Jordan has a lot of bad memories of the place and his parents since they were not good parents. But he rents a room above the garage to Kat in exchange for cheap rent and a promise that she will take care of the chickens and miniature donkey.The romance between the two main characters is slow to start but intense and romantic. Jordan is quite a broody fella, but he smirks quite a bit as well. He says he doesn’t like animals but he comes around pretty quickly, but then again with a miniature donkey, a miniature goat, a three legged dog, a tiny dog, a cat and kittens, who wouldn’t. I could easily picture in my head all the scenes with the animals, especially the campfire scene where the donkey was eating the graham crackers. Also the house reminded me a bit of the house in The Discovery of Witches, but that is ok because I loved that house.
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  • nick
    January 1, 1970
    It's another hit from Tara Sheets! The Holloway Girls series is a very charming series of books that follow these girls who have some magic to them. They are romantic and sweet, just the perfect reads for me. Don't Give Me Butterflies delivered on all the feels just as I've come to expect from this author.Kat is a new addition to this series. At the end of the previous book, it was revealed that she may have a connection to the Holloway girls. She fit in just beautifully with Emma and Juliette. It's another hit from Tara Sheets! The Holloway Girls series is a very charming series of books that follow these girls who have some magic to them. They are romantic and sweet, just the perfect reads for me. Don't Give Me Butterflies delivered on all the feels just as I've come to expect from this author.Kat is a new addition to this series. At the end of the previous book, it was revealed that she may have a connection to the Holloway girls. She fit in just beautifully with Emma and Juliette. Kat has just decided to settle on the island of Pine Cove even though she has no job or even a place to live. She knows in her heart though that Pine Cove and getting to know the Holloway girls is the best decision for her. I liked Kat a lot. Even when life was not looking all that bright, she remained optimistic. She was a very gentle soul and this was especially highlighted through her magical ability to communicate with animals. She eventually finds a job at a local animal shelter where her magic comes into handy. I loved how much she adored animals and how far she would go to take care of them. She was a total softie with a very big heart. Speaking of the animals, what an entertaining bunch they were. A certain cat was especially a scene-stealer in Don't Give Me Butterflies.Kat meets her love interest, Jordan, when she rents out a room at his grandmother's house. The two don't see eye-to-eye initially, but love eventually blooms between them. Jordan's personality was in contrast to Kat. He was much quieter and broodier than she was. He was only back in Pine Cove temporarily with the goal of selling his grandmother's farm. He has his reasons for being a total grump and eventually, we see moments where his grumpiness fades away thanks to Kat. Their connection sizzled with chemistry and watching them bond emotionally was a delight for this reader. They obviously had obstacles and conflicts they needed to overcome, but I liked that their relationship remained relatively drama-free. While the romance was just lovely, it was Kat finding out about her past as well as her family ties to the Holloway girls that were the highlight for me. I loved the kinship between the three girls and I loved that Juliette and Emma welcomed her with open arms. As always, they made me laugh, smile and go "aww" at how cute they are.I truly cannot recommend Don't Give Me Butterflies and the rest of this series enough for those of you keen on reading feel-good small-town romances!
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  • Meghan Lloyd
    January 1, 1970
    What a sweet, fun contemporary romance with a fantasy twist! I read this one in just a few hours, and it was well worth it. Although it is the third book in a series, I had no trouble at all following along without having read the first two. While you meet the characters from the first two books and may get even more enjoyment from reading them first, I found it to be delightful regardless. It's a clean romance, so while there is some kissing, all the sexy times happen behind closed doors. It wa What a sweet, fun contemporary romance with a fantasy twist! I read this one in just a few hours, and it was well worth it. Although it is the third book in a series, I had no trouble at all following along without having read the first two. While you meet the characters from the first two books and may get even more enjoyment from reading them first, I found it to be delightful regardless. It's a clean romance, so while there is some kissing, all the sexy times happen behind closed doors. It was a perfect summer read, particularly if you're reclining in a beach chair listening to the waves crash beyond you. Growing up as a foster kid, Kat Davenport is resilient, stubborn, and independent. But when she's down on her luck with money, she'll take any job that comes her way. That's how she finds herself wearing a chicken suit asking for donations for the local animal shelter when she meets tall, dark, and handsome Jordan Prescott. The two part ways, but they meet again when Kat answers an ad for a room for rent, which just happens to be owned by Jordan and his aunt, Opal. Living on the Willowbrook Lavender Farm, which just happens to be right down the road from the animal shelter, seems like a dream come true. But dreams never last for Kat - it's month-to-month, because Jordan has every intention of selling the farm and returning to New York City. Determined to make the best of things, she dives into her work and the farm, and soon she has everyone wrapped around her finger - the animals, Opal, and even Jordan. Can love and a little magic bring these two together, or will the call of NYC be stronger than love?I absolutely adored Kat! She was one of my favorite heroines of any book I've read this year, because she wouldn't compromise her values and personality for anyone. Even if it meant people thought her strange. Born with a unique gift that allowed her to communicate with animals, she earned a special place in my heart - any character who loves animals and does everything she can to save them is good in my book. Her kind ways and generous heart drew me in, just as they Jordan. Jordan was hard to read at first - at times charming and other times he was just plain rude. But as we learned more about his past and the farm, I began to understand why and empathized with him. The animals were lovely secondary characters, particularly Edgar the Crow and Waffles the Miniature Donkey. Their personalities shone so brightly on the pages that it made me wish I could visit the farm someday.I will definitely be going back to read the first two books! Tara Sheets is officially on my list of authors to watch, and I can't wait to see what she writes next.**I received a free copy via NetGalley and this is my honest review.**
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  • Vibliophile
    January 1, 1970
    (4.5 stars) - Perfect summer entertainment Tara Sheets' 3rd book from her "charming" Holloway Girls series is possibly the best of all. While the book can stand alone, I highly recommend reading them all in order to fully appreciate their family's background & gifts.These are fun, lighthearted stories with an almost fairytale feel to them, and this one's recurring hints at Beauty and the Beast with the beauty being an animal charmer were pretty amusing.The magical premise adds an interesting (4.5 stars) - Perfect summer entertainment Tara Sheets' 3rd book from her "charming" Holloway Girls series is possibly the best of all. While the book can stand alone, I highly recommend reading them all in order to fully appreciate their family's background & gifts.These are fun, lighthearted stories with an almost fairytale feel to them, and this one's recurring hints at Beauty and the Beast with the beauty being an animal charmer were pretty amusing.The magical premise adds an interesting twist on a popular romance trope, and the ending is a highly satisfying conclusion to the series!Clean romance level: passionate kisses, secular attitudes on sex outside of marriage & the main characters have sex, but despite occasions of innuendo & some initial detail, no graphic details are givenLanguage: a smattering of d*** & h*** usages Religion: secular, though there are a handful or two of instances of using the Lord's Name in vain, unfortunately
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  • Kimberly Chace
    January 1, 1970
    Another great hit from Tara Sheets! This is the third book in the series, and it might actually be my favorite. The magic between the women, and Kat and Jordan plus all those quirky animals left me with a huge smile on my face. Love!
  • Mrs E
    January 1, 1970
    This Book was so much fun! I dont often read books like these but i found i couldn't put it down. It put a smile on my face and mad my vacation evenings that much more enjoyable.
  • Dawn Herring
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first book I've read by this author, and I enjoyed it very much. It's apparently the third in the series, and it can certainly be read as a standalone. However, I enjoyed it enough that I now want to read the other two books. The characters are well developed and likeable, and it's a lot of fun to watch Kat and her hodgepodge of orphaned animals break down grumpy-puss Jordan's walls. As an animal lover, I was captivated by all the critters and by Kat's magical ability to communicate This is the first book I've read by this author, and I enjoyed it very much. It's apparently the third in the series, and it can certainly be read as a standalone. However, I enjoyed it enough that I now want to read the other two books. The characters are well developed and likeable, and it's a lot of fun to watch Kat and her hodgepodge of orphaned animals break down grumpy-puss Jordan's walls. As an animal lover, I was captivated by all the critters and by Kat's magical ability to communicate with them. Uncovering the truth behind Kat's connection to the Holloways was entertaining as well. Overall, this is a very entertaining, sweet read that certainly gave me butterflies. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing an ARC for review.
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  • Klynn
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutley LOVED Don't Give Me Butterflies by Tara Sheets. This is the third book I've read by Ms. Sheets and its definitely another winner. Wonderful storyline, great dialogue, likable characters and overall a super fun read. Another 5 stars for one of my favorite new authors.#DontGiveMeButterflies #NetGalley
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  • Jacki
    January 1, 1970
    Cute and fun What I liked:The writing style The characters Part of a series: The Holloway GirlsStandalone HEA Epilogue I look forward to reading more from this author.I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC from NetGalley.
  • Kimberly
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars - Reviewed for Wit and Sin Don’t Give Me Butterflies is a heartwarming, fun tale of finding home. Tara Sheets’s third Holloway Girls novel has all the magic and sweetness I’ve come to expect from the series plus an extra dose of adorableness from a sizeable supporting cast of furry and feathered friends.Kat Davenport has always been looking for somewhere she’ll belong and she thinks she might have found that place in Pine Cove Island. I loved Kat’s spirit and resilience, her quiet v 4.5 stars - Reviewed for Wit and Sin Don’t Give Me Butterflies is a heartwarming, fun tale of finding home. Tara Sheets’s third Holloway Girls novel has all the magic and sweetness I’ve come to expect from the series plus an extra dose of adorableness from a sizeable supporting cast of furry and feathered friends.Kat Davenport has always been looking for somewhere she’ll belong and she thinks she might have found that place in Pine Cove Island. I loved Kat’s spirit and resilience, her quiet vulnerability and her huge heart. She has the ability to communicate with animals and she’s determined to save as many as she can. Kat is a heroine easy to love so of course I was rooting for her to get everything her heart desired. But while sparks fly immediately between Kat and Jordan Prescott, the road to happily ever after isn’t an easy one. Jordan grew up on Pine Cove Island and he can’t wait to escape and it return to his life in New York. While I can’t imagine anywhere better to be than the idyllic Pacific Northwest town, Ms. Sheets does a good job of showing why Jordan is so determined to sell his family lavender farm and leave. His childhood was anything but perfect and he’s worked long and hard to make the life he has. Though Jordan can be a bit gruff, once you get past his walls he’s got a marshmallow heart that made me melt. He and Kat make a dreamy couple. They bicker, banter, and have amazing chemistry. They made me smile over and over and I adored the mix of sweetness and sensuality in their romance. Don’t Give Me Butterflies is the third book in the Holloway Girls series, but it can be read as a standalone. One of the things I loved the most about this book is that Kat’s friendship with Juliette and Emma Holloway is every bit as important to the story as her romance with Jordan. Like Kat, the Holloway cousins have magical abilities and I loved seeing the three of them together. There’s also a bit of a mystery thrown in here, though what it’s about I’ll leave readers to discover.A lovely romance and great female friendships would be enough to make me enjoy Don’t Give Me Butterflies , but it’d be remiss of me to write about this book and not mention the scene-stealing animals. From the graham cracker-loving Waffles the miniature donkey to a one-eyed goat to dogs and cats and more, Kat’s magical ability and her pure love of all animals shines and adds a wealth of humor and heart to this book. I adored Don’t Give Me Butterflies from beginning to end and I cannot wait to re-read it!FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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  • Nancy
    January 1, 1970
    Loved it. There's a lot of chemistry between Kat and Jordan right out the gate. They were perfect foils for each other. I especially liked how Kat stepped up to adopt animals nobody wanted even though her living situation was hard. There was a bit of a Beauty and the Beast feel to this story. Very fun, romantic, and I will definitely be reading the rest in the series. I haven't read the other two, so there was some stuff about the Holloway women I didn't know, but it could still be read as a fun Loved it. There's a lot of chemistry between Kat and Jordan right out the gate. They were perfect foils for each other. I especially liked how Kat stepped up to adopt animals nobody wanted even though her living situation was hard. There was a bit of a Beauty and the Beast feel to this story. Very fun, romantic, and I will definitely be reading the rest in the series. I haven't read the other two, so there was some stuff about the Holloway women I didn't know, but it could still be read as a fun stand-alone.
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  • Emma W.
    January 1, 1970
    YES. All the feels! Definitely read this if you're in the mood for a sweet, romantic story that still has a good bit of sizzle. Perfect vacation book to make you smile.
  • Misha
    January 1, 1970
    a wonderful summertime romance. Highly recommend!
  •  Laura
    January 1, 1970
    I loved it very good. Lite reading easy reading. I loved the animals. I would recommend it.
  • Kylie
    January 1, 1970
    With thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for my ARC. A charmingly whimsical romance with a touch of magic. With an animal shelter as a setting, animals abound in this delightful novel. An easy, enjoyable read, I read this sweet novel in one sitting.
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  • Marsha Spohn
    January 1, 1970
    Reviewed at Keeper BookshelfI have enjoyed Emma’s and Juliette’s romances in The Holloway Girls series. Fun, loving, bantering with just a touch of magic. Toward the end of the previous story, we met Kat. She may have a connection to the Holloway girls, but she definitely has a deeply felt connection to Pine Cove Island. Enough so that she’s decided to simply make this place her new home. She has no job, and nowhere to live just yet – but those are pesky details that will surely work themselves Reviewed at Keeper BookshelfI have enjoyed Emma’s and Juliette’s romances in The Holloway Girls series. Fun, loving, bantering with just a touch of magic. Toward the end of the previous story, we met Kat. She may have a connection to the Holloway girls, but she definitely has a deeply felt connection to Pine Cove Island. Enough so that she’s decided to simply make this place her new home. She has no job, and nowhere to live just yet – but those are pesky details that will surely work themselves out. This is where she needs to be, she feels it as strongly as she can sense what the animals around her are feeling.DON’T GIVE ME BUTTERFLIES brings us Kat and Jordan’s romance. Two seemingly opposite personalities that could possibly exist in the same space. Jordan has his life all planned out far away from home. He’s made his decisions, and nothing is going to sway him – except one woman with a heart as big as the sky, definite oddness about her with the animals she loves so much, and maybe the woman that fate has placed right where she needed to be at the exact right time.I fell in love with Kat, and eventually, Jordan will, too. It’s just going to take him a bit of time to lose his ingrained dislike of anything about the town he grew up in, his parents who are a major disappointment and being forced out of his comfort zone to face a different reality. The animals are as much a part of this romance at Kat and Jordan are. They are the true scene-stealers, and I had more than one laugh out loud moment with their antics. The connections with Emma and Juliette are heartwarming and I so enjoyed watching them find their way to truth and family. Basically, I had a blast with DON’T GIVE ME BUTTERFLIES and would not hesitate to recommend it to any Romance reader. Just enough of a touch of magic to appeal to Paranormal Romance readers but not so much that those who do not enjoy that genre would be really bothered by it (in my opinion).*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
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  • Ann Lorz
    January 1, 1970
    Reviewed for Romancing the Readers Blog: https://romancingthereaders.blogspot....I've really been enjoying this series by Sheets. It has a little bit of magic and a whole lot of romance. Two things that make this a really fun series. When we met Kat in the prior book you had to wonder about the fact that there seemed to more to her than meets the eye. It seemed that she too had magic in her. She had this wonderful ability to understand and communicate with animals.It's not until her book you lea Reviewed for Romancing the Readers Blog: https://romancingthereaders.blogspot....I've really been enjoying this series by Sheets. It has a little bit of magic and a whole lot of romance. Two things that make this a really fun series. When we met Kat in the prior book you had to wonder about the fact that there seemed to more to her than meets the eye. It seemed that she too had magic in her. She had this wonderful ability to understand and communicate with animals.It's not until her book you learn why. I bet you guys would like to know how it all came about. Well...you'll have to read the book to find that part out! What I will tell you is that I really enjoyed Kat. She seems so sweet and the way she is with animals warms your heart. She does seem at first to be very lonely though. She's all alone in the world and it shows. I also liked Jordan and his grandmother. Jodan plays the tough guy, the one that has no heart and is only going to do what he needs to do and leave. Poor Jordan. He soon has a renter (Kat) who is supposed to just take care of the few animals they have. Next thing he knows the animals are multiplying. Like I said, poor Jordan. For every step forward these two made that took two back. You just wanted to yell at them that they are perfect together why can't they just see that? It might have taken these two a while to figure out they are perfect for one another they do finally figure that out. The best part is that so many great things happen to Kat. She learns so much about herself and finally finds happiness all around. I'm was so glad for her. I will tell you that this is the type of series that should be read in order. Each story plays out better if you do. They build on each other. I'm really looking forward to Sheets' next book with is Layla's story. You meet her in this book she's best friends with Jordan. See why you should really series in order. Follow me on:https://www.facebook.com/RomancingThe...https://twitter.com/RomancingreaderARC received for an honest review
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  • Paula
    January 1, 1970
    Don't Give Me Butterflies by Tara Sheets is book three of three very unusual women. They have unique gifts that make this at times a little like an updated version of Bewitch. Don’t get me wrong, they are not true witches like the TV show but each have one special gift. Kat’s gift is the ability to understand animals but I really didn’t get the Dr. Doolittle vibe.Mostly this is a story of two souls looking for love and a place to call home. Jordan Prescott may have a home but it doesn’t mean he Don't Give Me Butterflies by Tara Sheets is book three of three very unusual women. They have unique gifts that make this at times a little like an updated version of Bewitch. Don’t get me wrong, they are not true witches like the TV show but each have one special gift. Kat’s gift is the ability to understand animals but I really didn’t get the Dr. Doolittle vibe.Mostly this is a story of two souls looking for love and a place to call home. Jordan Prescott may have a home but it doesn’t mean he has pleasant memories of it or his parents. His grandmother is a true sweetheart, from whom Kat rents a room. Funny, delightful story with plenty of animals and plenty of heart. Romance can come at such an inconvenient time. Ms. Sheets is a master at having that happen. This story is a keeper.4.5 StarsThe publisher through Net Galley provided an ARC. I have voluntarily decided to read and review, giving my personal opinions and thoughts.
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  • Kayla
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely loved this book. It is fun, sweet, and full of heart. Kat and Jordan are such fantastic characters, they're both strong yet vulnerable, think they know what they want in life yet are able to learn a lot, and are just generally great characters that you want to root for from the beginning.This book has the heart, magic, family, and fun of the other two books, while bringing in a great lesson on animal rescue, along with some fantastic furry friends. Being an animal lover myself I rea I absolutely loved this book. It is fun, sweet, and full of heart. Kat and Jordan are such fantastic characters, they're both strong yet vulnerable, think they know what they want in life yet are able to learn a lot, and are just generally great characters that you want to root for from the beginning.This book has the heart, magic, family, and fun of the other two books, while bringing in a great lesson on animal rescue, along with some fantastic furry friends. Being an animal lover myself I really appreciated that aspect. Another bonus is still getting to see Emma and Juliette and their own brands of magic. This book is definitely my favorite in the series, which is saying something since I've loved them all!I received a review copy from Netgalley but all opinions are my own.
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  • Kathleen Gray
    January 1, 1970
    Oh sigh! Kat's trying to pull her life together and living on Pine Cove Island is a chance to breathe. She's got a mysterious way with animals and of course takes a job with the local shelter- and then starts bringing some of the animals home! Jordan is not so happy about this initially, because he's come back to the island to sell the farm where she's living. Regular romance readers know, however, that these two will overcome their differences and live happily ever after. This is a lovely story Oh sigh! Kat's trying to pull her life together and living on Pine Cove Island is a chance to breathe. She's got a mysterious way with animals and of course takes a job with the local shelter- and then starts bringing some of the animals home! Jordan is not so happy about this initially, because he's come back to the island to sell the farm where she's living. Regular romance readers know, however, that these two will overcome their differences and live happily ever after. This is a lovely story with a gentle touch, not only from the animals but also because it's, to be honest, not steamy. Thanks to net galley for the ARC. Perfect relaxing read with two characters (and lots of animals) you will root for.
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  • Wickedly Sweet & Synful Book Blog Synclare Moss
    January 1, 1970
    A very sweet clean romance. It’s a easy fast read. The heroine is adorable, quirky and communicates with animals.(I enjoyed that a lot) The hero is grumpy-antisocial but grows on you.It was enjoyable but I’m not sure if it was memorable...sorry.~BREAKDOWN OF RATINGS~Plot~ 3/5Main Characters (hero/heroine)~ 3/5Secondary Characters~ 3/5The Feels~ 3/5Pacing~ 3/5Addictiveness~3/5Angst~ 3/5Steam/Hotness/Chemisty ~ 3/5Theme or Tone~ 3/5Flow (Writing Style)~ 3/5Backdrop (World Building)~ 3/5Originality A very sweet clean romance. It’s a easy fast read. The heroine is adorable, quirky and communicates with animals.(I enjoyed that a lot) The hero is grumpy-antisocial but grows on you.It was enjoyable but I’m not sure if it was memorable...sorry.~BREAKDOWN OF RATINGS~Plot~ 3/5Main Characters (hero/heroine)~ 3/5Secondary Characters~ 3/5The Feels~ 3/5Pacing~ 3/5Addictiveness~3/5Angst~ 3/5Steam/Hotness/Chemisty ~ 3/5Theme or Tone~ 3/5Flow (Writing Style)~ 3/5Backdrop (World Building)~ 3/5Originality~ 3/5Ending~ 3/5Book Cover~ Cute and colorfulSeries~ Holloway Sisters- stand-alone Source~ Kindle eBook- ARC provided by NetGalley
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  • Helena#bookdreamer
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.A sweet clean romance about a quirky woman with the ability to talk to animals. She rents a room in a farm and begins to fall for Jordan who lives there temporarily with his grandmother. Although they are from opposite worlds, both find common ground. A nice story if you're in the mood for something light and airy.
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  • ShinyObject
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy of Don't Give Me Butterflies by Tara Sheets from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Overall, this novel missed the mark for me. I felt that the plot should have been interesting given the story's summary, but the plot wasn't evenly paced and it was kind of messy. Also, I wasn't keen on the main characters - found them to be very one dimensional and kind of boring.
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  • Heidi Lengenfelder
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a lovely and sweet read. It was lighthearted and a fairytale like book. Definitely and enjoyable and quick easy read.
  • Danielle from Short and Sassy
    January 1, 1970
    2 starsThis book was not what I expected. Onto of that, t was very slow paces for me. I found her "talking " to animals kind of odd.
  • Faith 09
    January 1, 1970
    A nice read
  • N
    January 1, 1970
    Quick and mostly fluffy read. Jordan and Kat were cute together and it was a nice ending for them. The side plot with Kat discovering her true origins was interesting enough. I did feel that I needed to have read the other 2 books in the series for some of the plot points so it didn’t really feel like a standalone. I also found myself skimming a lot of the talking to animals stuff. Overall sweet story.
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