Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Review: Waiting on You by Kristan Higgins

Waiting On You
by Kristan Higgins

Publisher: Harlequin
Pages: 384
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Colleen O'Rourke is in love with love... just not when it comes to herself. Most nights, she can be found behind the bar at the Manningsport, New York, tavern she owns with her twin brother, doling out romantic advice to the lovelorn, mixing martinis and staying more or less happily single. See, ten years ago, Lucas Campbell, her first love, broke her heart... an experience Colleen doesn't want to have again, thanks. Since then, she's been happy with a fling here and there, some elite-level flirting and playing matchmaker to her friends.

But a family emergency has brought Lucas back to town, handsome as ever and still the only man who's ever been able to crack her defenses. Seems like maybe they've got some unfinished business waiting for them—but to find out, Colleen has to let her guard down, or risk losing a second chance with the only man she's ever loved.

Kritters Thoughts:  One of a set of twins who own the main bar in town and hasn't found love as good as she had in high school until that same guy walks into her bar for many reasons.  The ups and downs of their reunion were great, I loved that it wasn't easy for them to reunite and they were working out things throughout the book, but they still had other things going in their lives beyond their budding relationship. 

The third in the series and although each book is about a different character, I would definitely read these in a row as the previous main characters make appearances and you get updates on them in the following books.  

I am in love this town and these characters and will definitely be adding each one to my library!

Rating: perfect beach read

Ebook 2014 Challenge: 18 out of 100

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Little Bird Publicity.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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