ARC Review: Ache for You by J.T. Geissinger

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ARC Review: Ache for You by J.T. Geissinger
Ache for You

3.5 Stars


Book Info

Released: November 6, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Slow Burn #3
 

Recommended Read!

“Their romance was sweet and sexy but fair warning it was a “slow burn”.”
~ Under the Covers

Kimber is supposed to be having the time of her life. Instead, she was left at the altar and shortly after, she finds out her dad passed away.  Deciding to move to Italy to take care of her dad’s business, she also finds out she has to share everything with her stepmother and stepsiblings.  There’s animosity between them but they may not be all that bad. Her main goal is to protect everything that is rightfully hers and to guard her heart.  One thing is for sure, the ball is on her court.

This Cinderella-like story was a fun read.  Kimber was spunky and hard to break. Understandable given what she had gone through.  While Matteo was sweet and totally swoon-worthy, he also had his fair share of spunk. I thought they were a perfect match.  I found them very entertaining and they made me laugh. There’s a little angst, miscommunication, and misunderstandings but it’s part of their beginnings and it’s minor enough for me to overlook. Their romance was sweet and sexy but fair warning it was a “slow burn”.  I thought it was worth the wait.

Ache For You is not my favorite in the series, but enjoyed did nonetheless.  I still recommend all three books especially Melt For You.

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About J.T. Geissinger

J.T. Geissinger’s debut novel, Shadow’s Edge, was published in 2012 and was a #1 Amazon US and UK bestseller in fantasy romance and romance series. She has been nominated for the prestigious RITA® award from the Romance Writers of America for best paranormal romance for her second book in the Night Prowler series, Edge of Oblivion.

A life-long lover of reading and a self-professed “book addict,” she didn’t realize her dream of writing a novel until a milestone birthday forced her to take stock of her goals in life. Always believing the right time to commit to putting pen to paper would magically announce itself, it took waking up one cold January morning with a shiny new zero as the second number in her age to kick start her determination.
Starting on that very day, she wrote what would become Shadow’s Edge in a little over four months and submitted it to several literary agents. Nothing happened. Thinking that was the end of that but by no means willing to give up on her dreams of being published, she began work on a second manuscript.
Then, during a trip to Italy in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary and the honeymoon she and her husband never took, she received an email that would change her life. It was from an agent, Marlene Stringer of Stringer Literary, and it contained the three words every aspiring author longs to hear: “I loved it.”

Marlene sold the manuscript to Montlake Romance who published it six months later. Hitting the #1 Amazon bestseller lists within weeks of publication, Shadow’s Edge was book one of the Night Prowler novels. Book two, Edge of Oblivion, was published in October 2012 and will be followed by Rapture’s Edge in June 2013, and Edge of Darkness in fall 2013. There are six books total planned for the series.

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Amy R

I enjoyed this one, the narrators for the audiobook did a great job.

Kathleen Bylsma

Love her work but have decided I despise the word “spunk” 😉
Thanks for the review.

Elizabeth

Sounds good. These covers are pretty hot!

Timitra

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it Angela

Kathy Valentine

Awesome review angela!! Shared on my socials!!??