Title: Until December
Series: Until Her #5
Author: Aurora Rose Reynolds
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 30, 2019
Gareth Black is drawn to December Mayson the moment he spots her across
the room at her cousin’s wedding. When he approaches the beautiful woman, she
captivates him with her shyness and wit, making him crave her.
With a pull so strong it’s impossible to ignore, December knows there’s
something between her and Gareth. She just hopes they’re capable of jumping the
hurdles ahead of them.
Two boys, an ex, a surprise that will change everything, and a
disgruntled co-worker, guarantee these two will have their work cut out for
them if they are going to find their happily ever after.
Reynolds is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling
author whose wildly popular series include Until, Until Him, Until Her,
Underground Kings and Shooting Stars.
career started in an attempt to get the outrageously alpha men who resided in
her head to leave her alone and has blossomed into an opportunity to share her
stories with readers all over the world.
I’ve been waiting to read Until December for a long time. December with her quiet life and love of reading and other worlds was the Mayson sister I related to the most. As the book progresses, she comes out of her shell more and grows in confidence. She meets Gareth at her cousin’s wedding and the sparks immediately fly! A sibling misunderstanding and a drunken night leads to conflict between December and Gareth. However, they run into each other again when December and her sister go to get a tattoo at the shop Gareth works. I’m a huge fan of both tattoo artist and single dad heroes and Gareth is both. Their relationship progresses from antagonistic to dating quickly and I loved seeing it grow. The interactions between December and Gareth’s sons was so sweet. Basically this book soothed my soul and I adore it.
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