Series: Butler Cove #5
Published by Self-Published on 03/28/2017
It’s been four years since movie star, Jack Eversea, won Keri Ann Butler’s heart.
Keri Ann has finished college and launched her artistic career, and she's let Jack know that she might finally be ready to tie the knot. But four years was a long time to make Jack wait. Jack’s just finished filming one of the most emotionally taxing projects he’s ever worked on and now he’s questioning his suitability for marriage.
Unforseen circumstances are causing rifts in their relationship, pitting the future against the past and love against responsibility, and conspiring to make the lovers take a good long look at their future.
It’s always been a rocky road for these two, can Keri Ann’s steadfast love smooth the way to their BEACH WEDDING?
I didn’t realize just how much I missed Jack and Keri Ann. I have been wanting to do a re-read but I always put it on the back burner and picked up a new read. I didn’t realize how full my heart would feel just spending some time with them again.
I’m not usually a fan of the wedding conclusions to a series. They tend to be trite and so full of cheese and gooey sweetness that I get a stomach ache. There’s also usually a lack of any real story to keep you engaged. That was not at all the case with Beach Wedding.
Jack and Keri Ann are back and just as wonderful as ever. There’s no lack of intrigue and excitement when it comes to their lives. This book was beautiful, poetic, and romantic as hell. And just when I thought I couldn’t love them more, there I was falling even deeper. The love these two characters have for each other is like an entirely separate living being. It’s so large and colorful and just envelopes you right into the pages.
This book is so full of love, and not just Jack and Keri Ann’s. The love of their friends and family is also so overwhelming. I love spending time in Butler Cove with all of these people.
If you are a fan of the Butler Cove series, I cannot recommend this book highly enough. I was so impressed by it. It’s so well done. I’ve been in a book slump for a couple of months and Natasha Boyd pulled me right out of it when she pulled me right into this story. I was starting to forget how much I enjoyed reading. Her writing was the perfect reminder. Do yourself a favor, if you haven’t already, and read this series. It’s one of my favorites for a reason. I’m off now to see if I can order a paperback yet.