Published: October 3rd, 2016
Publisher: Entangled Brazen
It’s been thirteen years since Hope Moore left Devil’s Falls, land of sexy cowboys and bad memories. Back for the weekend, she has no intention of seeing the man she never got over…or the two of them getting down and dirty. It’s just a belated goodbye, right? No harm, no foul.
Until six weeks later, when her pregnancy test comes back positive…
Daniel Rodriguez hasn’t forgiven himself for how things went down with Hope all those years ago. He knows she’s better off without him, but when she shows up on his doorstep, panicking because she’s pregnant with his baby, he can’t help seeing it as a chance to make up for the past.
Too bad Hope has no intention of going along with his plans.
Second chances were never this good!
Hope is back in Devil's Falls to do one job and go back to the life she built for herself but when she sees Danny again all sense goes out the window and sparks fly. Danny never got over her, never forgave himself for what happened but Hope back in town was something he never imagined. So when Hope comes back into his life pregnant he's determined to keep her and have the family he always dreamed of.
This book was so beautifully writen. You can feel the connection between Hope and Danny from the start. The love, all the memories, the pain and dispair from seeing eachother again... and they can be so perfect and so bad each other at times. Katee did an amazing job with this relationship. Theway they go back and forth because they are scared and they can let go of the past.
Hope is so caring, putting others before her sometimes and Danny can be stubborn sometimes. But I found so refreshing that everytime one of them took a step back I wasn't frustrated by the character, I never had the need to yell "Why can't you see you belong together?!" Because every decision made sense. Katee made sure you understood each character perfectly, the good and the bad, so when they did something stupid you saw the reasoning behind it... There wasn't a moment I thought "They could have spare themself some pain" because everything was neccesary.
To be completly honest, there was one point where I thought maybe they will be better having separete lives... There's so much between these two, so much pain that maybe love isn't enough and is good that way...
But boy, the way they come together is super hot. And there isn't one dull moment in the story. A Fool for You is an amazing read with laughs, some tears and steamy moments to keep you entertained for hours.
As the last book in the series, I think it was the perfect circle for the story of these friends that everything came back to Hope and Daniel. But I'm going to miss them and their great girls. Katee Robert delived a perfect series I'm sure I'll reread.
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Hope shook her head. “You’re as much an idiot now as you were then.”
And then she kissed him.
It caught him a little off guard—he hadn’t expected her to be the one to make the first move, especially after the way the scene in the bathroom had gone down—but Daniel wasted no time taking control. He kissed down her neck, sliding his hands beneath her shirt and skating them up to her body to cup her breasts. They filled his palms, familiar and yet not, all at the same time. He cursed. “Gorgeous Darling, the things you do to me.” He nipped her collarbone. “I’m going to taste you, so if you’re going to change your mind, now’s the time to do it.”
Her only response was to shove her yoga pants down to her knees.
He lifted her onto the counter and disentangled her right leg from the pants so he could spread her fully. He stroked her thighs, pausing when his fingers met the scar. It brought up so many conflicting feelings in him. It was his fault that she had the damn thing, but that didn’t mean he thought of her as less, the way she seemed to think. She was as beautiful now as she’d been at eighteen, and more confident despite her injury. Or maybe because of it. He had no idea.
All he knew was that at some point he was going to have to get up close and personal with her healed injury, and he was going to have to tread very, very carefully to avoid burning what was left of the bridge between him and Hope.
“If you apologize, I might actually kick you.”
That snapped him out of it. As much as he wanted Hope, he had an ulterior motive for pushing her now. All getting distracted by her leg was going to do was fuck up his chance of convincing her to stay, in his house and in his bed. He jerked her to the edge of the counter, spreading her thighs wider. “Don’t scream. You’ll upset Ollie.”
And then he did what he’d been fantasizing about ever since he walked out of her life. Daniel dipped his head and gave her center one long lick. She tasted better than he remembered, her body already shaking for him, so he used his thumbs to part her folds and licked her again, reacquainting himself with every inch of her.
He looked up her body to find her head thrown back and her chest rising and falling with each harsh breath. “Take off your shirt.”
Hope wasted no time obeying, dragging the material over her head and tossing it away. And then there was nothing hiding her body from his gaze. He licked her again, savoring the way she shook. A tattoo curling around the bottom of her ribs caught his eye, but he was too distracted to read it.
He was tired of teasing her. He wanted to feel her orgasm again, to know she was coming apart at the seams because of him. Daniel sucked her clit into his mouth, stroking the sensitive little nub with the flat of his tongue the way she’d always loved. Sure enough, before he had a chance to truly savor her, Hope cried out his name and shuddered, her thighs squeezing his head as she came. He gentled his touches, licks turning to kisses, turning to the slightest brushing of his lips against her. Only when she stopped shaking did he raise his head. “Stay, at least until we figure out what we’re doing.”
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New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Katee Robert learned to tell her stories at her grandpa’s knee. She found romance novels at age twelve and it changed her life. When not writing sexy contemporary and speculative fiction romance novels, she spends her time playing imaginary games with her wee ones, driving her husband batty with what-if questions, and planning for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.