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Nobody But You (Cedar Ridge) - Jill Shalvis

I absolutely adore every single book I read by Jill Shalvis. While I somehow missed the 2nd book in the Cedar Ridge series being released, I had no problems following along with Nobody But You as I read it.


I pretty much fell in love with the Kincaid family as soon as we met them in Second Chance Summer. While Jacob was only mentioned before since he was deployed with the Army, I was super excited to see him come home and get his book. I'm a big fan of military heroes, and have to say Jacob Kincaid is one of my favorites ever. I love that he has come home to recuperate and mourn the loss of one of his fellow soldiers who was like a brother to him. I also was excited to see Jacob finally reconnect with his family and especially his twin brother Hudson. Of course they had both said something stupid to one another when they were younger and have never made up all these years. I love that Jacob wanted to reconnect with his family and help out in any way he could.

Sophie Marren is such a strong and funny character to me. She had so many "I Love Lucy" moments I actually laughed out loud several time while reading Nobody But You. I loved she and Jacob were attracted to one another from the very first moment they saw each other, and I knew it wouldn't be long before they were together. I liked that Jacob saw Sophie as a strong woman and while he was there for her, he let her run her own life. I loved watching Jacob and Sophie fall for one another. Neither one really was looking for a relationship, yet they had amazing chemistry and it only got stronger the more time they spent together. Seriously, there were some smoking hot love scenes between Jacob and Sophie.


I seem to fall in love with every single book I read from Jill Shalvis. She has been an auto-buy author for me for years. I love I know when I’m reading a Jill Shalvis book I’ll get romance, passion, love and lots of laughter. I highly recommend Nobody But You to all fans of contemporary romances.


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