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After reading The Coppersmith Farmhouse I was excited to go back to Jamison Valley for another story but I waited for the audiobook release and didn’t regret that decision. The Clover Chapel is an awesome audiobook with great narration by Ava Erickson and Joe Arden.
“Let’s get married,” Nick whispered into my ear.
“What?” I gasped, turning to look up at him with wide eyes. Where had that come from?
“Let’s get married. You said you wanted crazy. Nothing is crazier than two people who just met getting hitched in Las Vegas.”
What a great blend of insta-love, Vegas wedding, second-chance, with some mystery and danger thrown in for a story that engrossed and entertains!!
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Love when I find a series that I haven’t yet had the pleasure of tackling. Then I’m faced with, do I absorb them as fast as I can, like I want to? Or do I try and space them out so they are not over with so quickly?
There are 2 men from book 1 that I have been dying to hear more from and those are Nick and Silas, so I was very excited that book 2 was Nick’s book. And he didn’t disappoint. His questionable history kept him apart from Emmy for 9 years but in a twist of fate, they are reunited and boy did it feel so good.
Without giving too much away, I was a little put off by being hit in all directions with the dramatics. I felt like maybe having it focused in one area would have felt more genuine but it’s such a small critique because I truly loved this book and this story. Really all you have to do is throw in Nick’s alpha confidence and I’m all in. He accepted his mistakes and after that was all in and was ready to prove to Emmy he can be the man he was when they first met.
I truly love this Montana town. I think Devney Perry has done a great job at painting the mountains and describing the mismatched town. I can do vividly imagine it in my head and it’s brilliant.
Ava Erickson and Joe Arden give these characters such perfection. Ava can go from book 1 and playing a small town girl to book 2 where she is playing a girl who grew up in New York City and either way, completely believable. Her voice just adjusts so nicely. Joe Arden is alpha perfection and he performed the tortured aspects with so much emotion.
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