Title: Someday Soon (Not Yet, #3)
Author: Laura Ward
Published Date: Expected April 3rd 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
One mouthwatering temptation…
All Daisy Goldsmith wants is to get out of her small town, leaving behind the bullies who’ve taunted her. Attending culinary school in New York has always been her biggest dream—a dream she’s not confident enough to pursue. After all, she’s nothing but a “fat cow.” But when her brother’s best friend, the man who’s always secretly held her heart, moves back to town after college, everything changes for Daisy.
One scrumptious nibble…
The Goldsmith house has always been Jon Roberts’ sanctuary from the crazy of his life. With a broken and dysfunctional family, Jon embraces the Goldsmiths like his own. After getting a real glimpse of the woman Daisy’s becoming, Jon is torn between his loyalty to the family and his desire for his best friend’s little sister.
One delectable bite…
As Daisy and Jon spend more time together, they can’t resist the attraction between them. Once they’ve had a taste, nothing can keep them apart–not their dreams, their families, or the difference in their age. Can someday turn into forever or will they bite off more than they can handle?
This is the third book in the series, but it can be read as a stand alone book. It does mention some of the characters from the previous books, but you can jump right in here and understand everything that is going on. The author writes a story that the readers immediately become immersed in the world of Daisy Goldsmith and her crazy family. It becomes an instant family to the reader and one in which the reader never wants leave. Picture pure craziness and add in some noise, amazing food and love and you have the perfect world!
Daisy and Jon have been friends forever and Daisy has always wanted more, but Jon is her brother’s best friend and he isn’t interested in her…or is he?!?! What has always been a mutual friendship suddenly becomes more….but will they be able to survive their friends and family? Will they be able to make a relationship work?
The author weaves a complex tale of friendship, love, and family. She keeps the reader on the edge of their seat with anticipation, longing and the bewilderment of growing up. The author tackles some hard topics such as bullying, low self esteem, growing up and even at times family and she does it all in a respectful and empowering way. This is a must read story that the author does an amazing job with. If you haven’t read this author yet, you must! She is simply amazing and at the top of her game. Don’t be surprised when you see her name at the top of the New York Times Bestsellers list – and it will be there soon! Sit back, relax and be prepared to be wowed!
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