Almost Just Friends (Wildstone, #4)
New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis returns to Wildstone with the touching story of finding your place in the world—and the people who make it home.Piper Manning’s about as tough as they come, she’s had to be. She raised her siblings and they’ve thankfully flown the coop. All she has to do is finish fixing up the lake house her grandparents left her, sell it, and then she’s free.When a massive storm hits, she runs into a tall, dark and brooding stranger, Camden Reid. There’s a spark there, one that shocks her. Surprising her further, her sister and brother return, each of them holding their own secrets. The smart move would be for Piper to ignore them all but Cam unleashes emotions deep inside of her that she can’t deny, making her yearn for something she doesn’t understand. And her siblings…well, they need each other.Only when the secrets come out, it changes everything Piper thinks she knows about her family, herself…and Cam. Can she find a way to outrun the demons? The answer is closer than she thinks—just as the new life she craves may have already begun.

Almost Just Friends (Wildstone, #4) Details

TitleAlmost Just Friends (Wildstone, #4)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 21st, 2020
PublisherWilliam Morrow Paperbacks
ISBN-139780062897800
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Fiction

Almost Just Friends (Wildstone, #4) Review

  • RaeAnne Thayne
    January 1, 1970
    Anything by Jill Shalvis is amazing and this book is no different. Wonderful characters and a compelling story. Loved it
  • Jessica Alcazar
    January 1, 1970
    I want to be a Manning!!!! *cries*
  • Beth
    January 1, 1970
    Perfectly imperfect people finding their HEA in a world that had a lot against them. But in the end family is everything. Almost Just Friends was a heartfelt read from the get-go, gluing me to the cast's plight to find happiness and acceptance. All the while they are working through the scars life has left on them and still keeping a sense of humor during the journey.Relateable, heart-felt and with the perfect amount of humor, Shalvis out did herself in this fantastic read.I received this ARC Perfectly imperfect people finding their HEA in a world that had a lot against them. But in the end family is everything. Almost Just Friends was a heartfelt read from the get-go, gluing me to the cast's plight to find happiness and acceptance. All the while they are working through the scars life has left on them and still keeping a sense of humor during the journey.Relateable, heart-felt and with the perfect amount of humor, Shalvis out did herself in this fantastic read.I received this ARC copy of Almost Just Friends from William Morrow. This is my honest and voluntary review. Almost Just Friends is set for publication Jan. 21, 2020.
    more
  • Carly Phillips
    January 1, 1970
    Another can't miss Jill Shalvis read!
  • Carlene Inspired
    January 1, 1970
    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired.Piper Manning has always been the grownup, of her friends and of her family; she's the mom of the group, she's even embraced the nickname of Grandma. She lives by her lists, they keep her life neat and organized and her in control. Celebrating her birthday out sounds like the worst idea ever, especially with a storm blowing in, but her friend has left her with a mysterious stranger and for once she's embracing the lack of control. The storm turns Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired.Piper Manning has always been the grownup, of her friends and of her family; she's the mom of the group, she's even embraced the nickname of Grandma. She lives by her lists, they keep her life neat and organized and her in control. Celebrating her birthday out sounds like the worst idea ever, especially with a storm blowing in, but her friend has left her with a mysterious stranger and for once she's embracing the lack of control. The storm turns out to be a wild one though, getting cats stuck in tree, leaving Piper covered in mud, and a very handsome Camden Reid stuck at her secluded cabin. With the morning light comes clarity and Piper's two wayward siblings. Piper can see her dreams going out the window, but Piper's sibling and Camden all know something she doesn't and the next few weeks are going to change all of their lives forever.Piper is just as her siblings describe her; complicated, closed off, and a fixer. She's taken her role as guardian to her siblings like it's a full time career, spending her days as an EMT taking care of others and her nights making lists to ensure her brother succeeds in his career, her sister finishes college, and her family's property can sell. She can finally see her dreams of going to school becoming a reality, but when everyone returns to the small lake town at once it leaves her really questioning if her dreams will need to remain on hold forever. While I have never been the guardian of my siblings, I can so relate to Piper's feelings about her dreams and the steps required to achieve them. She's a mess of stress and worry and I could feel that coming from her as I read from her perspective. Camden is the handsome new guy, though it turns out he's got a tie to the small town too. His story is one of strength, family struggles, and grief, he can relate to Piper if she would let him in. The novel focuses on these two making their brief fling work while they each deal with the complications within their families. I spent an obscene amount of time crying over this novel, there is so much more to this book than meets the eye. These characters and their stories, oh my heart. I was so in love with Piper and Camden, just as a romance it would've been a great novel, but Jill Shalvis knows how to really make readers feel like they've entered into an entire universe. The setting, the secondary characters, and the separate story lines about Piper's family and Camden's brother just made for a heartfelt, relatable read. Together and with their families they learn how life's lessons, though sometimes painful, can bring the greatest blessings with them. It's about slowing down, paying attention, listening, and letting love in. Like all of Jill Shalvis' novels, Almost Just Friends is another well-written, beautiful romance, one that I highly recommend.ARC provided.
    more
  • Lori Jorgensen
    January 1, 1970
    Holy hotness and hot cakes. Emotion - check. Angst - check. Romance - check. Tears - check. Sexy - your gonna haveta read this book !!!
  • JG
    January 1, 1970
    Almost Just Friends is a story about family, romance and life in general. Set in Jill Shalvis' Wildstone series, readers are introduced to the Mannings and the Hayes. Like previous books in the Wildstone series, Almost Just Friends is more like a life in general story with a central romance. Both Piper and Cam will steal readers' heart with their prickly armor, tendency for no commitments and strong familial bonds. Both characters self journey are delved into more deeply which makes for a Almost Just Friends is a story about family, romance and life in general. Set in Jill Shalvis' Wildstone series, readers are introduced to the Mannings and the Hayes. Like previous books in the Wildstone series, Almost Just Friends is more like a life in general story with a central romance. Both Piper and Cam will steal readers' heart with their prickly armor, tendency for no commitments and strong familial bonds. Both characters self journey are delved into more deeply which makes for a satisfying story and a fantastic romance. It's a happily ever after all around but I deeply adore Cam and Piper's journey most of all.
    more
  •  Lori (Ficwishes)
    January 1, 1970
    It was 5 stars until the conclusion. It was going strong and seemed to fray a little at the end, but really, you can never go wrong with a Jill Shalvis novel.As always, Jill's characters grabbed me from the beginning. Her Wildstone series entertains like all the rest of her books, but somehow they delve deeper into relationships and family dynamics. I love her characters because they make me feel like I am not alone in my flaws and inadequacies. Also, they help me see that those flaws are what It was 5 stars until the conclusion. It was going strong and seemed to fray a little at the end, but really, you can never go wrong with a Jill Shalvis novel.As always, Jill's characters grabbed me from the beginning. Her Wildstone series entertains like all the rest of her books, but somehow they delve deeper into relationships and family dynamics. I love her characters because they make me feel like I am not alone in my flaws and inadequacies. Also, they help me see that those flaws are what make me who I am. I've learned to accept that there are some things I cannot change and others that are just stepping stones to a better me.Piper and Cam's relationship was fantastic. I love that it didn't have the will they, won't they push and pull. From the beginning you could tell that it was a "for real" thing for both of them. With Piper's siblings bringing their own drama and hiding things from Piper and Cam being sent out on some small missions with the Coast Guard, their relationship has some ups and downs, but their foundation was strong enough to pull them through. Jill writes characters that I want as friends and they create communities that I'd love to join. Her books always have just the right amount of sizzle to keep me coming back for more.
    more
  • MrsMascara
    January 1, 1970
    This was a lovely read, very much more emotionally resonant than I was expecting. Piper has had to grow up fast looking after her two younger siblings when her parents died in a war zone when she was a youngish teen. Now she is planning to sell up her family’s inherited property and go away to study at university. Her relationship with her siblings is fraught with tension and misunderstandings, as well as her deep seated memories of her parents deaths, her father was in the military, which Piper This was a lovely read, very much more emotionally resonant than I was expecting. Piper has had to grow up fast looking after her two younger siblings when her parents died in a war zone when she was a youngish teen. Now she is planning to sell up her family’s inherited property and go away to study at university. Her relationship with her siblings is fraught with tension and misunderstandings, as well as her deep seated memories of her parents deaths, her father was in the military, which Piper buries deep.When she bumps into a hot and very capable ex military DEA agent and coast guard in the local bar, she is attracted to him, but bad weather cuts their meeting short. She then discovers he is her elderly neighbours eldest son Camden, home to help his father Emmitt Hayes, after the tragic death of his younger brother Rowan. Scarred by his past, Camden recognises the hurt in Piper, and I really loved the way that he drew her out and understood her pain. The way that Jill Shalvis also worked through the sibling issues in this one was really great. Piper’s younger brother Gavin and sister Winnie are forever disappointing Piper, and she is waiting for them to grow up and take responsibility- they are both coming home with big secrets to tell, and they way they all interact with each other is so believable, with its missteps and misunderstandings, but underneath it all love. I thought Cm was a great hero, with his own burdens to bear, but how he supported Piper even when there were conflicts and hurt, was heartwarming. Almost too good to be true. I also loved the LGBT rep in this book.All in all really enjoyable and well recommended.I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book and all opinions are my own.
    more
  • Linda Zagon
    January 1, 1970
    Linda's Book Obsession Reviews "Almost Just Friends" by Jill Shalvis, William Morrow, January 2020Jill Shalvis, author of "Almost Just Friends" has written a heartwarming, enjoyable and entertaining novel. The Genres for this book are Fiction, Women's Fiction and Romance. The timeline for this story is set in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events. The author describes her characters as complex and complicated and dysfunctional.Piper Manning has raised her Linda's Book Obsession Reviews "Almost Just Friends" by Jill Shalvis, William Morrow, January 2020Jill Shalvis, author of "Almost Just Friends" has written a heartwarming, enjoyable and entertaining novel. The Genres for this book are Fiction, Women's Fiction and Romance. The timeline for this story is set in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events. The author describes her characters as complex and complicated and dysfunctional.Piper Manning has raised her two siblings and is surprised to find they are back home again. Her hopes were to sell the property her grandparents left her, and with the money, she planned to go back to school to be a Physicians Assistant.  Both of her siblings don't regard her as a sister as much as they do a parent. They also have some deep dark secrets and surprises, that Piper has no idea about. Will this stop Piper from exploring her dreams?Piper works as an EMT and constantly checks on her neighbor, who has health issues. During a terrible storm, Piper meets his son Camden Reid. They have some sparks, but Piper has problems being close to people. Camden's father, although older has an interesting dating life, and is familiar with Tinder, and offers suggestions on getting a woman. I enjoyed the humor from some of those conversations. The author discusses the importance of family, friends, communication, love, and hope.Of course there are animals. I would recommend this delightful book for readers who enjoy a heartwarming story.
    more
  • Meghan
    January 1, 1970
    This book was received as an ARC from HarperCollins Publishers - William Morrow Paperbacks in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.Jill Shalvis is very popular in our romance collection and always circulates very well so I knew I was diving into another page turner right from the start. Almost Just Friends tells the story of Piper who is very Independent and self sufficient and when her brothers and sisters leave to start their lives This book was received as an ARC from HarperCollins Publishers - William Morrow Paperbacks in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.Jill Shalvis is very popular in our romance collection and always circulates very well so I knew I was diving into another page turner right from the start. Almost Just Friends tells the story of Piper who is very Independent and self sufficient and when her brothers and sisters leave to start their lives she is destined to sell her childhood lakehouse and then she is finally free on her own. As she preps for the sell, a treacherous storm hits and damages the house and then she meets Camden, a stranger who is new to the area and everything starts to change. Piper's siblings return and instead of abandoning them, Piper is drawn closer to them all because of her growing relationship with Camden and could he be the one opening her eyes to all she has missed and all that she is. This was a heartwarming story that will leave your heart full. The relationship between Camden and Piper is reflected by the lessons and blessings that we all take for granted in life and this book is a wonderful reminder of all that is important.We will consider adding this title to our Romance collection at the library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.
    more
  • Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)
    January 1, 1970
    After giving up her dreams to help raise her siblings Piper Manning is ready to live her life on her own terms, and travel her own path for the first time ever. But first she just has to fix up her grandparents old lake house, prepare it to sale and then she can start her new journey. But just as she is ready to take that next step mother nature, her siblings, and a sexy stranger come blowing into her world and turn it upside down...Amongst the pages of Almost Just Friends readers will find a After giving up her dreams to help raise her siblings Piper Manning is ready to live her life on her own terms, and travel her own path for the first time ever. But first she just has to fix up her grandparents old lake house, prepare it to sale and then she can start her new journey. But just as she is ready to take that next step mother nature, her siblings, and a sexy stranger come blowing into her world and turn it upside down...Amongst the pages of Almost Just Friends readers will find a story that will tug on their heartstrings and keep them enthralled from start to finish! Between the family drama, secrets, and the blossoming romance between Piper and Camden there was a lot to keep my nose buried between the pages of this one. I really enjoyed this newest addition to the series, the characters came with a real feel factor that made them and their issues tangible and relatable. I couldn't help but get wrapped up in their lives and feel their pain and rejoice in their triumphs. There is a lot love about this one, it comes with everything you'd want in a romance... it's heavy on heart and the 'good stuff' that'll leave the toes curled! Highly recommend!! I requested an advanced copy of this title from the publisher, and I am voluntarily leaving my honest and unbiased opinion.
    more
  • Yvonne Cruz
    January 1, 1970
    Once again this very talented author excelled in her storytelling .The story of Piper Manning and her siblings, is heartbreaking . At thirteen she became the adult when their parents died. Always worrying about Gavin and Winnie, helping them and taking care of them.But Piper, a woman who is always there when you need her, doesn’t allow people in to her heart.Cam/Camden Reid is in town visiting his father shortly after the death of his brother.A man that understands Piper and is her anchor, much Once again this very talented author excelled in her storytelling .The story of Piper Manning and her siblings, is heartbreaking . At thirteen she became the adult when their parents died. Always worrying about Gavin and Winnie, helping them and taking care of them.But Piper, a woman who is always there when you need her, doesn’t allow people in to her heart.Cam/Camden Reid is in town visiting his father shortly after the death of his brother.A man that understands Piper and is her anchor, much to Piper’s surprise.This story is filled with heartbreaking moments . But also it presents us with hope, new beginnings , and the wonders of finding someone that accepts the other individual for whom they are.This wonderful, unforgettable story is engaging from the first page. The characters are perfect in their imperfections. The secondary characters like Gavin, CJ, Winnie, and Emmitt are just as complex and likable. But of all of them, Cam will be the one you will fall in love with.In the end, the author has given us another remarkable story in this series.I was entrusted a copy of this book. The opinions expressed are solely my own.
    more
  • Trudy Dowling
    January 1, 1970
    Goodness gracious great balls of fire!!! Jill Shalvis heated up the pages in Almost Just Friends. I am not talking about sexually even though there was some of that. She rocked the boat on this one. I am talking about sibling relationships. I am talking about a parent and child relationships. I am talking about guardian and charges. I am talking drama, so much drama.Piper Manning lives a quiet life on the lake while working as an EMT in Wildstone. She has raised her siblings. She has put her Goodness gracious great balls of fire!!! Jill Shalvis heated up the pages in Almost Just Friends. I am not talking about sexually even though there was some of that. She rocked the boat on this one. I am talking about sibling relationships. I am talking about a parent and child relationships. I am talking about guardian and charges. I am talking drama, so much drama.Piper Manning lives a quiet life on the lake while working as an EMT in Wildstone. She has raised her siblings. She has put her sister through University. Now it is her turn. All she has to do is sell her grandmother's home and cottages. Major storms blow in and plans blow away as secrets are revealed.Secrets aren't just held by her siblings although theirs are doozies. Piper thinks the new guy has come home to check on his dad after his brother died in a car accident. Cam lets Piper believe that is why he is in Wildstone. Cam, Gavin, and Secrets pile up. The longer you wait the harder it is survive the fallout.
    more
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    Piper Manning is tough she raised her siblings. The siblings have moved out and all she has to do now is fix up her grandparent's lake house and sell it. Then she can finally be free.When a storm hits she meets Camden Reid. There is an attraction that suprises her. Her siblings return and they have secrets. The siblings all need each other. Once the secrets are revealed everything Piper thought she knew changed. Cam brings out feelings and emotions that she can't hide.Can she start a new life or Piper Manning is tough she raised her siblings. The siblings have moved out and all she has to do now is fix up her grandparent's lake house and sell it. Then she can finally be free. When a storm hits she meets Camden Reid. There is an attraction that suprises her. Her siblings return and they have secrets. The siblings all need each other. Once the secrets are revealed everything Piper thought she knew changed. Cam brings out feelings and emotions that she can't hide. Can she start a new life or will the past hold her back?I really enjoyed this book. This was a great story with emotions and real people. It was a fast read for me once I started I had to keep reading until I finished I did not want to stop.  While I didnt have to take care of my siblings I know what it is like to put my life and dreams on hold for other people. I I receieved a free copy from Edleweiss and this is my fair and honest review. I would reccomend this book to my family and friends and I would purchase it for myself. 
    more
  • Claire Scott
    January 1, 1970
    What a perfect book this was. Fantastically perfectly imperfect people trying to get by in a world that has dealt them a rough hand. I loved Piper, she puts everybody ahead of herself, makes ridiculous lists about everything and believes she is unworthy of love! My heart broke for her as she came to the realisation that she hasn’t dealt with her past trauma. Cam was just a wonderful guy, who I’m not ashamed to say, I fell a little in love with. His heartache over the death of his brother, and What a perfect book this was. Fantastically perfectly imperfect people trying to get by in a world that has dealt them a rough hand. I loved Piper, she puts everybody ahead of herself, makes ridiculous lists about everything and believes she is unworthy of love! My heart broke for her as she came to the realisation that she hasn’t dealt with her past trauma. Cam was just a wonderful guy, who I’m not ashamed to say, I fell a little in love with. His heartache over the death of his brother, and his belief in Piper made me love him more. Pipers siblings, willow and gavin, were fantastic characters and I really hope Shalvis writes a HEA for willow. Also I need to give a shout out to Emmett, Cams dad, who provided some much needed humour.I know I say this after every book, but I really do believe this is Jill Shalvis’s best book to date ( or it is until her next book)
    more
  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    Almost Just Friends is a serious story told with humor and understanding about characters facing serious situations and learning to trust and communicate. Oldest sister, Piper, basically raised her siblings Gavin and Winnie. She thought she’d given them the opportunity to succeed in life, but now they have returned home with secrets. Piper’s neighbor Emmitt had two sons. After the divorce the boys were split up. Cam went with his mom and Rowen stayed with Emmitt. Now Rowan is dead and Cam is Almost Just Friends is a serious story told with humor and understanding about characters facing serious situations and learning to trust and communicate. Oldest sister, Piper, basically raised her siblings Gavin and Winnie. She thought she’d given them the opportunity to succeed in life, but now they have returned home with secrets. Piper’s neighbor Emmitt had two sons. After the divorce the boys were split up. Cam went with his mom and Rowen stayed with Emmitt. Now Rowan is dead and Cam is consumed with guilt. Jill Shalvis is a great writer who is most adept at advancing her stories via dialogue rather than drowning the reader in pages of internal angst. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Highly recommend.
    more
  • Tobi Forget the Housework, I'm Reading...
    January 1, 1970
    I love this story. Jill Shalvis rocks it out with another sibling women's fiction. Piper is ready for a change, to go to finish her schooling far away after selling her grandparents' house. Fate has a way of changing plans. Piper's brother and sister come home to "face the music" and start their lives anew. How I felt for Piper when all the secrets her siblings were keeping came falling down around her, and poor Cam being forced to keep them from her as well. That frustrated the crap out of me. I love this story. Jill Shalvis rocks it out with another sibling women's fiction. Piper is ready for a change, to go to finish her schooling far away after selling her grandparents' house. Fate has a way of changing plans. Piper's brother and sister come home to "face the music" and start their lives anew. How I felt for Piper when all the secrets her siblings were keeping came falling down around her, and poor Cam being forced to keep them from her as well. That frustrated the crap out of me.They're two halves of a whole. This story is totally true to life. Life is messy. It's what we make of the mess. Jill Shalvis makes is a beautiful story that will enthrall you from page one!
    more
  • Dione
    January 1, 1970
    Jill Shalvis creates the most remarkable places. Wildstone is one of her newest towns and the characters in this place are really heartwarming. In this story we are introduced to EMT Piper Manning and her siblings. The three have had a rough go of life and are just trying to find their path. I fell in love with Piper and her quirky ways! Piper meets her neighbor's son, Camden Reid. Camden happens to be a Coast Guard and DEA agent. Cam is Piper's opposite and you know what they say about Jill Shalvis creates the most remarkable places. Wildstone is one of her newest towns and the characters in this place are really heartwarming. In this story we are introduced to EMT Piper Manning and her siblings. The three have had a rough go of life and are just trying to find their path. I fell in love with Piper and her quirky ways! Piper meets her neighbor's son, Camden Reid. Camden happens to be a Coast Guard and DEA agent. Cam is Piper's opposite and you know what they say about opposites attracting.This book really wrung some emotions out of me (which means it was FANTASTIC)! I highly recommend this fourth book in the Wildstone series.
    more
  • Carrie
    January 1, 1970
    Set in Wildstone, this is another winner in Shalvis' collection. Piper just wants the chance to live her life for herself for once, to move on and be responsible for only one person after raising her siblings. Camden has come to take care of his dad, and maybe let go of some guilt. He also knows a little more about Piper's family than she does, and that is not helping the attraction he feels. As the secrets start to bubble out up and sparks fly a little more between Piper and Camden, can Set in Wildstone, this is another winner in Shalvis' collection. Piper just wants the chance to live her life for herself for once, to move on and be responsible for only one person after raising her siblings. Camden has come to take care of his dad, and maybe let go of some guilt. He also knows a little more about Piper's family than she does, and that is not helping the attraction he feels. As the secrets start to bubble out up and sparks fly a little more between Piper and Camden, can everyone find a path that truly will bring them peace and a chance at happiness?
    more
  • Monica
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this book. This is such an emotional read. Everyone in this book has a past they need to overcome. You will fall in love with both families and everything they go through will break your heart. For anyone who reads this book and wondering about the heat of this book, it's low level compared to her other books. This does not take away from the book at all. This book is more about the feelings and connections. *I received a free copy of this book via the author and am voluntarily leaving a I loved this book. This is such an emotional read. Everyone in this book has a past they need to overcome. You will fall in love with both families and everything they go through will break your heart. For anyone who reads this book and wondering about the heat of this book, it's low level compared to her other books. This does not take away from the book at all. This book is more about the feelings and connections. *I received a free copy of this book via the author and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
    more
  • Terri Tutor
    January 1, 1970
    What can I say? Jill Shalvis never disappoints me. I like her writing, her depth of characters, and unforeseen situations that they get into. Cam was almost too good to be true. He seemed to be everything that you would want in a partner; steady, reliable, and sexy. Except that he thought he had things to atone for. Piper was so closed off emotionally. She had every reason to be but Cam and the rest of her family had to work really hard to get Piper to start letting go. As usual, this one’s What can I say? Jill Shalvis never disappoints me. I like her writing, her depth of characters, and unforeseen situations that they get into. Cam was almost too good to be true. He seemed to be everything that you would want in a partner; steady, reliable, and sexy. Except that he thought he had things to atone for. Piper was so closed off emotionally. She had every reason to be but Cam and the rest of her family had to work really hard to get Piper to start letting go. As usual, this one’s another winner!
    more
  • Cheryl
    January 1, 1970
    Jill always captures all the feels. Cam and Piper were meant to be, although love doesn’t always happen easily. Loved how the siblings grew up and together in spite of all the tragedy. Experiencing this family suffering from their guilt, grief, and struggles and finding their happiness made this a wonderful book. Jill’s writing always leaves me with a smile on my face and contentment in my heart. I received this arc for an honest review. Jill always captures all the feels. Cam and Piper were meant to be, although love doesn’t always happen easily. Loved how the siblings grew up and together in spite of all the tragedy. Experiencing this family suffering from their guilt, grief, and struggles and finding their happiness made this a wonderful book. Jill’s writing always leaves me with a smile on my face and contentment in my heart. I received this arc for an honest review.❤️❤️
    more
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    Almost just friends Jill shalvis Reviews on goodreads. Amazon. BookBub. The book addicts Another wonderful story by Jill Shalvis !! This women writes wonderful stores. She just sucks you right into her world and I love every minute of it !! She is one of my favorite authors !! I can’t wait for more in this series. I want to know more about Winnie! Please tel me she gets her own story. She needs a happy ending !!!
    more
  • Janilyn Kocher
    January 1, 1970
    Jill Shalvis writes the dreamiest male characters and the most knee weakening interactions. Piper looks forward to living her life finally, with both younger siblings off on their own. But they return, along with a hot new neighbor, who turns her world upside down as do all the secrets everyone is keeping from her. Reading a Shalvis book is like tearing through a bag of cookies: you inhale every one and look eagerly toward the next. Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for the great read.
    more
  • Heidi
    January 1, 1970
    Jill Shalvis is an author that ALWAYS causes me to read past my bedtime. I adore this series! Omg, laugh out loud/snorts and almost tears throughout. I really enjoyed how she digs into family and personal drama, and a bit of (steaming) romance. Add this book to your tbr & make sure to read the rest! LOVE THEM! Thank you to the publisher for arc access! Jill Shalvis is an author that ALWAYS causes me to read past my bedtime. 😆🥰 I adore this series! Omg, laugh out loud/snorts and almost tears throughout. I really enjoyed how she digs into family and personal drama, and a bit of (steaming) romance. Add this book to your tbr & make sure to read the rest! LOVE THEM! Thank you to the publisher for arc access!
    more
  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    ***Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***I liked the premise of this book, but it seemed very formulaic and familiar somehow. I feel like I've read too many books like this and Jill Shalvis did not do much to distinguish this book.
    more
  • Tamara
    January 1, 1970
    Review to come.Quick thoughts:I just can't get enough of this series by Jill Shalvis. The characters are real, flawed and funny. The covers are GORGEOUS. And the dialogue? Give me more, more, more!
  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    January 1, 1970
    review to come
  • Kristen
    January 1, 1970
    ARC received from edelweiss in exchange for honest review
Write a review