No Sunshine When She's Gone
By: Kate Angell
Published: April 29, 2014
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Heat Level: Spicy
Date: May 17, 2014
Life's a Beach
Though his family owns the charming beachside town of Barefoot William, Aidan Cates is as down-to-earth as the locals. He's also practical to a fault and doesn't believe some psychic on the boardwalk can predict his future.
Jillie Mac is as free as an ocean breeze, so when the hot stranger and his date mistake her for a fortune teller, she's ready to have some fun. But one devastating secret told, one mistaken identity revealed, and numerous long summer nights later, it's Jillie and Aidan who discover that sometimes love comes with a simple twist of fate.
I was excited to find out there was another Barefoot Williams story. I have loved this series from the very beginning. No Sunshine When She’s Gone was the perfect backyard read for me this weekend.
Jillie and Carrie have come to Barefoot William for the next year or so. They work for the Rogues Organization and are in town to promote interest in the Richmond Rogues. Aidan and Mike are building the training facility for the Richmond Rogues. Two sets of friends working on separate sides of the same coin that are destined to merge and share amazing futures.
I found Jillie charming from the very start. She is a free spirit, but at times I couldn’t totally agree with her choices. She is larger than life, but is surprisingly blind to the beauty around her sometimes.
Aidan. He is a wonderful character. A little withdrawn, but has such a giving heart. In the beginning he surprised me with his decisions regarding his girlfriend, but when he made up his mind about Jillie, he melted my heart. Not to mention Sadie. His treatment of her alone won me over.
I can’t really mention Jillie and Aidan without talking about the second couple in the book, Carrie and Mike. I remember last night just salivating for their next scene together. They were a couple that had an amazing journey. Mike was a jerk 99% of the time and Carrie was way too sweet and forgiving, but I’m glad they seen beyond the others protective facade’s and allowed their relationship to blossom. They are in my opinion shining stars in this story.
No, that goes to Olive. You’ll have to read the story to find out about her. Loved her in the first book and I think I may love her even more now.
No Sunshine When She’s Gone is a fantastic story. You get drawn into the beauty of Barefoot William and don’t want to leave. With the people of Barefoot William greeting you with open arms and a story that draws you in; be sure you have a comfy chair and a cool drink, because you are in for a sweet summer getaway.