Sunny Shelly’s Review: Reforming Hunt. by Jules Barnard

 

 

Title: Reforming Hunt
A Cade Brothers Novel
Author: Jules Barnard
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Comedy
Release Date: October 15, 2019

 

Blurb
The player has met his match…
Hunt Cade likes women. All women.
Life is good as long as he’s got his boat, the steady line
of beautiful women entering his Club Tahoe resort, and cold beer nights with
his brothers.
Until a new kid enters the Club Tahoe children’s program and
reminds Hunt what it was like to grow up without a father. Not to mention, the
effect the kid’s mother Abby has on him.
The last time Hunt got involved with someone he shouldn’t
have, it nearly ruined his relationship with his brothers, the only family he
has left.
Hunt should stay away from Abby…but he was never good
at denying himself.

 

 

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

There is always one woman who knocks a player off his feet, and for Hunt Cade, that is single mom Abby. From the moment he meets her, he’s drawn to her, and that’s before he realizes that she’s the mom of his favorite little camper at his family resort’s daycare. Hunt sees a lot of his younger self in little Noah, and without even realizing it, is going out of his way to protect Abby and her son.

When Abby finds herself facing Noah’s grandparents in a potential custody battle, Hunt suggests a marriage of convenience to throw them off. He wants to prove to his older brothers that he can be responsible, and Abby needs a savior. As what usually happens, Hunt ends up falling for Abby, but an incident with Noah at daycare may be more than she can forgive him for.

I generally enjoyed this story, but felt that the “incident” was blown way out of proportion by Abby. Hunt had nothing to do with what happened, and rather than speak with her husband about it, she ran away. Of course things all come together in the end with a great HEA, but it bothered me that Abby jumped to so many wrong conclusions when Hunt had been nothing but supportive and helpful.

This is the last book in the Cade Brothers series, but is the only one I’ve read. It is a standalone, and the other brothers and their women are involved in Hunt’s story, but aside from not knowing some background between Hunt and Levi, I didn’t feel that I was missing pieces of the bigger picture.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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Author Bio

Jules Barnard is a USA TODAY
bestselling and RITA-nominated author of contemporary romance and romantic
fantasy. Her contemporary series include the Men of Lake Tahoe and the Cade
Brothers. She writes romantic fantasy under the same pen name with the Halven
Rising series LIBRARY JOURNAL calls “…an exciting new fantasy
adventure.” Whether she’s writing about sexy men in Lake Tahoe or a Fae
world embedded in a college campus, Jules spins addictive stories filled with
heart and humor.
When Jules isn’t in
her sweatpants writing and rewarding herself with chocolate, she spends her
time with her husband and two children in their small hometown on the
California coast. She credits herself with the ability to read while running on
the treadmill or burning dinner.
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One winner will receive 27 signed paperbacks by the following authors:

 

 

 

Jules Barnard, Willow Winters, Lauren Blakely, Sylvie Fox, Selena Laurence, Jennifer Skully, Lynn Raye Harris, PT Michelle, Brenna Aubrey, Xavier Neal, Mari Carr, Measha Stone, PJ Fiala, Rachel Grant, Kylie Gilmore, Riley McKissack, Lex Martin, S.L. Scott, K.M. Scott, Lori Ryan, Sharon Hamilton. Amelia Wilde and Blair Babylon
Bookish gifts including a Kindle Fire, Book Tote, Socks, Mug, Striped Notebook and a Print Picture.
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