Still in Love With You

Still in Love With You

by Lexie Davis

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Still in Love With You 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
voraciousreaderKB More than 1 year ago
Second Chance at Love! I was given an advanced copy of this book to write an honest review for Netgalley and Cocktails and Books. STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU is second chance at love, one of my favorites genres. It is charming, sweet and light and although there are some emotional issues discussed, it never weighs the story down. Parker Montgomery and Aubree Manning meet again after ten year and realize they still have strong feelings for each other. Parker and Aubree were high school sweethearts but broke up when Aubree left town. After Aubree left, Parker joined the military and now he is the town sheriff. Unfortunately, the four terms Parker served overseas, took its toll on him and he still suffers from PTSD. Aubree left Prospect, Texas ten years ago and is now a successful financial adviser living in Dallas. She is tough and outspoken and her mouth usually gets her trouble. It is funny how she unintentionally starts rumors about herself. Everyone in this small town is meddling and trying to get Parker and Aubree back together, except Parker's current girlfriend. Can Parker and Aubree overcome all the obstacles keeping them apart? They each have insecurities and issues yet, when they are together, they are stronger and bring out the best in each other. I liked this sweet and funny story but I have it admit, there were times the story did not seem believable or realistic. As an example, I found it hard to believe Parker, an alpha male, did not mind when Aubree buys him all new appliances for his house, without first asking him. At times, this story is silly and there is plenty of gossip going on with all the busybodies in small town Prospect, Texas.
Arch_Angel More than 1 year ago
What an absolutely fantastic read! Any true romantic loves a story about a second chance to have that elusive happy ending that slipped through your grasp long ago; so Still in Love with You is definitely a romantic readers dream. But it also incorporates so much more. This is small town Texas, with its quirky inhabitants, who ritually expand on the truth to make their stories so much more appealing, and don’t spare the drama just because it isn’t so. Plus there’s the sassy banter between not only the main couple, but friends and family too. Parker and Aubree are the perfect couple, even though they try to fight the undeniable chemistry that pulls them closer rather than push them apart. And with so much history and baggage between them, that you can’t help relate on a visceral level to the plight they have ahead. There is just simply so much to love about this book, that you really need to read it for yourself; as Ms Davis has penned a truly believable story and I’m sure most readers will connect with the characters and wonder if this is happening somewhere in real life.
booklover- More than 1 year ago
Aubrey Manning is returning to her hometown on Prospect, Texas. Upon entering city limits, Sheriff Parker Montgomery slaps handcuffs on her and drags her to jail. Her crime? She pushed his beloved Camaro into the lake 10 years ago ... right before she left town. And while it felt great for about 10 minutes, his feelings... his true feelings... surface once more, even though he hasn't seen her in 10 years. Aubrey is finding it difficult to reconcile what she feels now against what she felt all those years ago. Maybe getting married, settling down, having children ... maybe that's not so bad. She can remember how desperate she was to leave this small town before it smothered her. This is a sweet second chance romance. PTSD plays a big part as Parker still suffers after spending several years in the Army. My only complaint would be that certain phrases were used repeatedly the point of being really tiresome. I do think the issue of PTSD could have been better presented, with an eye to true treatment. I don't read much romance so I don't have a lot to compare it with. But overall, a nice easy read with good character development. I wish to thank the author / Evernight Publishing / Netgalley for the digital copy of this novella. The opinion expressed here is unbiased and entirely my own.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Still In Love With You,  Lexie Davis Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  romance, *Sigh...* I hate it when this happens. I liked the sound of this, it had some good reviews so I requested, started reading and...its just doesn’t work for me :-( What was good was the humour, some snappy witty fun. I liked Aubree’s work ethic, her love for her family and understood her need to get away after what transpired ten years back. Parker I liked too, a good man, very caring about others and yet haunted by his past, by his PTSD. He had a very caring family too, though I didn’t understand why he wasn’t close to his step mum and step/half sisters – I’m not sure which they were, it wasn’t clear. He works hard at his job, knows everyone in the town and commands respect. So far so good, but I didn’t find it plausible in the week they had together that so much could happen, that her clients could supply all that kitchen equipment to arrive the next day, and clearly done by phone or internet. It certainly can’t happen like that in UK, and I’m sure US can’t be that far off. I didn’t think Parker would accept all that either, he seemed quite a proud man and the excuse of being best friends as well as lovers ten years and more past didn’t really mean for me he’d be happy about that. Likewise how quickly they got the renovations done, having done some myself in the past it just isn’t possible – I know his home is small but it would need to be doll house size!! Then his salary, are sheriffs really paid so little? It sounded as if he was on the minimum possible to just scrape by, yet with his forces training he ought to have been higher paid. Maybe its just that US/UK difference again, our policing works very differently and someone with his past and skills would be far better salaried.   I found the town gossips and the way Aubree let things run was a bit strange, funny at first but to keep playing along? Again for me that didn’t sit well, and especially knowing Parker has been in a relationship for a year and his girlfriend isn’t happy about it. I was irritated at both Aubree and Parker about the way poor Sophie was treated, that left a bad taste :-( I guess that’s it, didn’t feel a “real” story, didn’t like the way Sophie was treated, didn’t feel the gossips in the town would get quite that carried away...but as has happened before I’m in the minority, just proves how we all like different things from our reading, and that readers need to look at description and reviews when deciding if a story is or isn’t for them. This isn’t a bad book, just that for me its not the right book, but its perfect for others. horses for courses as I’m always saying. Stars: Sadly a two, just not the right book for me.   ARC supplied for review purposes by Netgalley and Publishers