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Until December by Aurora Rose Reynolds

by | Jul 30, 2019 | Contemporary, New releases, Reading, Recommendations, Reviews, Romance | 0 comments

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Until December

Gareth Black is drawn to December Mayson the moment he spots her across the room at her cousin’s wedding. When he approaches the beautiful woman, she captivates him with her shyness and wit, making him crave her.

With a pull so strong it’s impossible to ignore, December knows there’s something between her and Gareth. She just hopes they’re capable of jumping the hurdles ahead of them.
Two boys, an ex, a surprise that will change everything, and a disgruntled co-worker, guarantee these two will have their work cut out for them if they are going to find their happily ever after.

Review

Gareth is the single dad that lives across the street from Harmony. We met him briefly in Until Harmony, where he certainly made an impression on me. He works two jobs to provide for his sons and he believes that caring for his sons is all there is for him in life. His ex is absent, and just pops in and out of his and their sons life. Just long enough to cause problems and mess with them before she disappears again. December is the daughter of Asher and November. She is a first grade teacher and bit quiet and introverted. If she could she would spend her days reading and live through her books. That is, until the

BOOM!

And when these two first meet the sparks just fly. They have to navigate misunderstandings and family matters, and they both have to sort their baggage and insecurities to get their HEA. For some reason this book seemed score a bit lower on the drama scale compared to the other books in the series. Maybe just because the were pretty solid and worked together through it all, it seemed to move a bit slower and have less drama. Which is not a bad thing! I loved that this book was a bit different, and it still had everything I love in a Aurora Rose Reynolds book. It’s well written, and though it feels like it moves at a slower pace, I think this story needs that. There is still plenty of drama, it’s funny, hot and sexy and I loved the BOOM.

“You don’t even realise that the roots you’ve planted have become something to cling to in a storm, a safe place to go to when the winds start to pick up.”

I really loved Gareth and December together. I especially loved the whole family and the way December just fit like a missing puzzle piece. They really balance each other out – the outgoing hardworking alpha male and the slightly intorverted quiet girl. But together they just work. I waited a while for this book and luckily it lived up to all my expectations.

However I’m a bit miffed (not really) that the author snuck in a little teaser, and I am now super curious about April’s lost love. I really hope that is the next book in the series!

AUTHOR BIO
Aurora Rose Reynolds is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author whose wildly popular series include Until, Until Him, Until Her, Underground Kings and Shooting Stars.

Her writing career started in an attempt to get the outrageously alpha men who resided in her head to leave her alone and has blossomed into an opportunity to share her stories with readers all over the world.

Aurora Rose Reynolds
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