Sweetly, Deeply, Absolutely by Kira Archer

Sweetly, Deeply, AbsolutelySweetly, Deeply, Absolutely by Kira Archer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jenny Boyd has decided to come home for the summer over her school break in Paris to have sort of working vacation helping out in the bakery at home. When she gets back though Jenny goes out for a night of fun and runs into the sexy Jared Crew and one thing leads to another between the pair but what Jenny doesn’t realize is she already knew Jared and he’s not just a sexy stranger.

Jenny and Jared are both young and commitment phobic free spirits but after their wild night together they have a bit of a scare that brings them to take a look at how they lead their lives. Working and spending time together while they wait for answers the two form a bond but will this wild and carefree pair be ready to mature and grow together?

Sweetly, Deeply, Absolutely was a very interesting idea to write a story around. As much as most romance and/or erotic books these days include promoting protection in today’s society there is always the chance that things just may go wrong and with today’s free spirited relationships this could lead to bigger problems.

This book probably would have made a five star read for me with the different twist on a relationship forming but it came down to the one thing that bothers me with romance reads. Our main character just has to have that last moment of angst and jumping to conclusions when for the most part both of the pair had been pretty level headed until then. I’m not quite sure why women in stories always have to jump to conclusions because it certainly portrays them in a bad light.

Overall, this was an enjoyable read that while still on the light side our couple tackles a big dilemma that brings them together.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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2 replies

    • There seems to be a formula to have that last bit of controversy at the end which fine, I can live with that. But why does it usually involve the female freak out moment is beyond me, seems this would come from male authors but that’s never the case.

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