Tuesday, April 7, 2015

On a Night Like This - Book Review

On a Night Like This

Written by Barbara Freethy, On a Night Like This, has become my new favorite read. Barbara is a New York Times Best Selling Author, she has written 40 novels and sold over 4.5 million ebooks. Barbara is currently working on her family series, The Callaways which I can not wait to complete.

I had actually never heard of this author before, but was lucky to be chosen to read and review books from this newly released series. After completing the first book I am proud to say I am a fan and will add all books from Barbara Freethy to my must reads. I greatly enjoy the combination of romance, family and mystery Barbara includeded in her novels.

The sweet and innocent girl next door is back in town,  Sara has fought hard to toughen up her outer shell by becoming a New York city lawyer, but she is back home and to where she was once rejected by not only her father but her first love. Even though she has a nice home and career back in New York something is still missing.  After losing her mother as a teenager Sara wants to have a family which is with her only living relative. The only person that has chosen not to love her, her dad.  While back in town she runs into Aiden, the boy across the street who once broke her heart. Only Aiden is no longer that young boy she fell for. Will she be able to keep her distance and save herself from another heartache?

Aiden, a fire jumper has always been a risk taker and tried to keep up the the high standards of the rest of the tight knit Callaway clan who all happen to work in the firefighting community. Since he was little Aiden has always found himself in trouble and now is no different, his best friend is dead and everyone is looking to him for answers, if only he could recall what happened. Without many memories of how the whole thing played out Aiden must figure out what happened without ruining the reputation of his best friend. While in town Aiden finds Sara, and even though he is willing to jump out of a plane for work any day Aiden does not take so many risks when it comes to falling in love.

Barbara did a fantastic job with this story, it was so easy to fall in love with all the characters. There was also a good mixture of love, mystery, and backstory to the Callaway Family.  By the end I was looking forward to finding out more about the next family member and finding out who has been setting up fires all around town. I highly recommend this Novel to anyone who likes a nice romantic read with a little hint of mystery.


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