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Release Day Review: Hard To Get, by Jaclyn Quinn

Release Day Review: Hard To Get, by Jaclyn Quinn

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Book Info

Book Series
Haven's Cove #2
About the Author
I have been an artist from a very young age. From drawing cartoon characters and evolving into portraits, making jewelry, photography, and now writing. I have an amazing support system in my family and friends and couldn’t be more grateful. 

I live in central New Jersey, love summers at the Jersey Shore, rock music, wine, sexy men, and laughing a lot with my amazing friends and family. Sunday dinners at my parents’ house are crazy, hysterical and you can count on a movie quote…or ten…being thrown out. Insults between siblings is how we show our love for each other! 

When I’m not creating, you can find me reading books from my favorite authors. I’m a hopeless romantic, starving for passionate characters and always craving that happy ending, whether in reading or in writing my own books. 

Publication Date
April 17, 2018
Available Formats
ebook only
Pages
200 pages
Note
 5 stars reads Filed on personal Goodreads/Booklikes shelves: personal 2018, 5 stars reads 2018, male/male, romance
ASIN
B07CH428J9
 Gabe D’Angelo has it all. Designer clothes, luxury cars, a cool confidence most would envy, and a never-ending supply of money—and men. When he arrived in Haven’s Cove to be there for his best friend, he never imagined he’d end up extending his stay indefinitely. Small town living isn’t so bad after all, and the views are magnificent—especially the view of a sexy, rugged blond. But when that mysterious, brooding man refuses all Gabe’s advances, he is forced to take a step back and truly look at the person he’s become.

Nate Black moved from Boston to Haven’s Cove for his family. He’s missed small town living and the simple, tranquil life that comes with it. What he doesn’t bargain for is the pushy, spoiled playboy who’s set his eyes on Nate as his next conquest. Knowing this man has the potential to crack the foundation of his quiet life, Nate will do everything he can to protect his safe, closed-off world.

Is one man worth loving? Is the other worth the sacrifice? Or is the love they’re searching for not just hard to get but completely out of reach? 

Editor reviews

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stunning follow up to Hard to let Go.
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5.0

 
Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of this book, direct from the author. That I write a review was not required.

We met Gabe and Nate in book one, Hard to Let Go. You don't NEED to have read that before you read this one, but it will give you a better picture of Haven's Cove and the people in it, and why Gabe is in town. But you SHOULD read it, not least because that is a stunning 5 star debut read, but also because I said you SHOULD!

And this is another STUNNING follow up to that novel!

Gabe is Brody's best friend; brother in all ways but blood. Nate is hired by Brody. When Nate and Gabe meet, Gabe is immediately pulled to Nate. But Nate pushes Gabe away, and keeps pushing but Gabe keeps trying. Until they each see a different side to the other, and think that they can be friends, at least.

While not quite as emotionally devastating to me personally as book one, I absolutely loved this follow up!

Both men have been hurt before, badly and they deal with that in their own way. I'm not saying who does what but know that neither way is right or wrong, but it's right for that person to deal with their past in that way.

When the full extent of Gabe's hurt becomes clear, I cried for him, I really did. I loved that Nate's family showed him how it should be. Nate's hurt is no less painful, just different.

I loved that it took a single line from a 5 year old to make Gabe see what and WHO he really wants.

"Because that's what daddies do"

I take it back! This book WAS emotionally devastating! It was just in a very VERY different way to book one. 

I loved that we got some Brody and Owen and Jonah too. His story is laid out here and I can't wait to read that one. I have a feeling Jonah isn't as happy as he makes out and Cameron?? Well that boy is in a world of hurt already. 

I always worry, you know, after reading such a stunning debut novel, that the next book might not be up to par with that book. But I need not have worried here. 

5 stunning follow up stars!

**same worded review will appear elsewhere** 

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