It’s just a belated goodbye, right? No harm, no foul.
A FOOL FOR YOU
Foolproof Love #3
Releasing Oct 3rd, 2016
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.
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Reese's Reviews:We are back in Devil’s Falls for the conclusion of the Foolproof Love trilogy. It’s been an interesting ride and I definitely enjoyed the ride.
Hope Moore was in an accident years ago that took her brother’s life and damaged her leg for life. Her boyfriend Daniel Rodriguez who was driving has never forgiven himself and broke Hope’s heart by leaving her to recover by herself. Since the accident Hope has had a successful life and wasn’t planning on ever seeing Daniel again. When she comes back to Devil’s Falls to settle a scholarship for her brother she runs into Daniel and things get hot and heavy. Six weeks later Hope is pregnant and she runs to Daniel to tell him. Now they’re living together and trying to figure out where they fit after thirteen years apart.
Well A Fool For You was definitely interesting. Sadly, out of all the books in this trilogy this one was probably my least favorite and that was mostly because it lacked a real story and the characters were blah.
Daniel has been pulling away from everyone for thirteen years riddled in guilt. When he finds out Hope is pregnant he does everything he can to keep her with him. I understood that I really did. I mean the woman carrying your baby isn’t married to him and he’s traditional in a sense so he wants to take care of his baby. What I didn’t like was the way he manipulated Hope time and time again to get her to stay. He damaged her car, he used sex to get out of arguing, he used guilt, he said she wouldn’t be able to do it alone. I thought that was super crappy of him. I get he hadn’t had a lot of relationships but jeez dude this was a girl you loved once. Way to ruin her career. So yeah Daniel was my least favorite person in this book which really brought the book down a lot for me.
Hope was a cute character, but again she avoided having real conversations with Daniel by having sex or “putting a hold on life” while she was with him. Like really? This is supposed to be set in reality, why aren’t you working? I really don’t get it. Get your stuff together and have a talk so you can get back to work!
Oh well despite that A Fool For You was a good enough read.
He turned to find Hope standing behind him. Again. “You sure move quiet when you want to.” Especially for a woman with a bum leg. Not that he could say as much without sounding like a jackass.
“You mean since I had my knee replaced.” Of course she knew what he meant anyway. Apparently damn near reading his mind was one annoying habit she hadn’t outgrown.
“I didn’t say that.”
“You didn’t have to.” She leveraged herself down next to him, the move not quiet as smooth as it’d been when she was eighteen.
Daniel almost cursed. He had to stop doing that. Comparing her now to how she was then wasn’t fair to either of them. It was another lifetime completely, and thinking about it was just fucking depressing. “Hope—”
“Are you seeing anyone?”
He was so surprised by the question that he answered honestly, “Why the fuck would I bother?”
“Oh, I don’t know, because you don’t want to be a creepy old man who lives in the middle of nowhere and has to run off silly high school kids with his shotgun because they tell ghost stories about him?”
He looked at her, half sure that she was the one who’d lost her damn mind. “That’s not a thing.”
“It is most definitely a thing.” She leaned back on her hands and stared at the sky. The most move arched her back and pressed her breasts against the fancy tank top she wore. It was made of some kind of drapey fabric that looked soft and shiny, and it highlighted the fact that he seriously doubted she was wearing a bra. “You’re too young to just give up.”
“It’s not about giving up.” Though he didn’t expect Hope to understand that. He’d checked up on her a few times since the accident, and every single time he was amazed at the things she’d accomplished. Life had kicked her in the teeth and she’d come back swinging. She’d taken two years off and then attended the University of Texas and graduated with honors. She ran her own successful consulting business to work with companies that wanted to set up scholarships and nonprofits.
She shifted to look at him. “It looks like giving up from where I’m sitting.”
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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 they changed her life. When not writing sexy contemporary and romantic suspense, she spends her time playing imaginary games with her children, driving her husband batty with what-if questions, and planning for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
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