Also by this author: Ain't She Sweet, Sex Machine
Series: Green Mountain #4
Also in this series: Ain't She Sweet
Published by Berkley on March 3, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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As the oldest of the ten Abbott siblings, Hunter prides himself on his ability to solve other people’s problems, but now he has a problem of his own—how to convince the woman of his dreams that his love is for keeps.
As the chief financial officer, Hunter Abbott manages the family’s various business interests while “fixing” things for the people he loves. But the one thing he can’t fix is his undeniable attraction to Megan Kane. Instead, Hunter is prepared to do whatever it takes to show Megan that he’s the man for her.
Megan’s sister rocks her with the news that she and her husband are moving overseas, leaving Megan truly alone. With her sister—and her job at the diner—going away, Megan finds herself leaning on the sexy, button-down accountant who isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line for her. But Megan has watched too many people she loves leave her. Can she risk her heart on Hunter?
Contains a bonus Green Mountain short story!
Kassiah: I haven’t read the other books in the Green Mountain series, and I’m glad I started with this one. Don’t get me wrong, I love Marie Force–she writes realistic, hard-to-resist characters But I didn’t love the Heroine in this one and I think I would like her even less if I had read All You Need Is Love first.
Hunter Abbott, the oldest of ten siblings, has always had a thing for Megan–even when she had the hots for his brother, Will. Now that she’s finally starting to get over Will (even though there was nothing ever between them), Hunter thinks he finally has a chance. The way things went down with Will and Megan happened in the first book of the series (All You Need Is Love). There’s healing there now, and everyone is rooting for them to be together, including Will’s girlfriend, Cameron.
With her sister and brother-in-law moving out of the country and selling the diner she’s worked at for years, Megan feels like she’s lost. She can’t help but be swept off her feet when Hunter makes it clear that she’s the one for him. Despite the fact that Megan repeatedly tries to tell him that she isn’t interested in anything serious, Hunter won’t stop until Megan realizes they’re perfect for each other. Will she finally see the truth or let her fear ruin the best thing that’s ever happened to her?
So, what I liked. I really liked Hunter. It was kind of cute how crazy he was about Megan, and I loved how he took care of his entire family. He definitely went for what he wanted.
How exactly did you tell a woman who barely knew you were alive that you thought about her constantly? That seeing her upset killed you. That wanting her kept you awake at night. How did you tell her it didn’t matter if she had once been obsessed with your brother? That there was nothing you wouldn’t do to see her smile, to see her pale blue eyes light up with joy?
He’s a workaholic, but totally hot.
“Get naked,” he said without preamble.
“Tell me what you really want.”
“I want to be inside you. Right now.”
I really enjoyed the relationship that all of the Abbotts had and how they welcomed Megan into their fold. Their whole family was awesome, really.
“Fight for her, Hunter. If she’s what you want, and I think she is, then make sure there’s no way she doesn’t know that.”
The thing that I didn’t really like was Megan. I never felt like she deserved Hunter and felt like she was kind of bratty. If she had been significantly younger, I might have been able to accept it more, but she’s 28 years old FFS.
Still, I loved the rest of the characters and the setting, and now I can’t wait to check out the other books in the series. I especially am excited to see how the romance between Cameron and Will started (with a moose!) in All You Need Is Love.
A quick read with (mostly) fun characters and a family with nothing but heart, And I Love Her is sweet, sexy, and fun.