Jilted: Nico and Sophie

Jilted: Nico and Sophie

by Tess Thompson

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Overview

Despite being young and romantically inexperienced, Sophie Woods is an old soul who believes in true love, working hard at her bar, and always trusting her instincts. And from the moment she meets Nico, she knows without a doubt that he is her one-and-only. Twelve years her senior, the handsome architect is only sure of two things when it comes to Sophie: she's far too young for him, and he wants no part in upsetting her protective older brother.

Broke and broken, Nico Bentley moves to Cliffside Bay for a fresh start at both work and play. But in a cruel twist of fate, it's the one woman he can't have whose captivating smile makes him forget all about his past. Yet when tragedy turns the vivacious Sophie into a shell of her former self, it will be Nico, and only Nico, who steps up to bring the joy back into her life. And in the process, the depth of his feelings for her can no longer be ignored.

In this installment of USA Today bestselling author Tess Thompson's beloved Cliffside Bay Series, return to the small town that warms your heart and take a trip halfway across the world to discover hope, healing, and the importance of happiness.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161075098
Publisher: Tess Thompson
Publication date: 11/18/2019
Series: Cliffside Bay Series , #9
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 15,930
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Tess Thompson lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their blended family of four kids and five cats. Jilted: Nico and Sophie is her 21st novel.

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Jilted: Nico and Sophie 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Boundlessbookreviews 3 days ago
So we have seen so many people fall in love with this series. This was a different type of story, to me, anyway. This was like fate. Nico is dead set against being with Sophie. Not only was she younger, by a lot, but she was too good for him. Now, Sophie had other plans. Plans to get the man of her dreams, literally. With a little help from an eccentric old lady and a black and white dog name Jen, the chase is on. I loved this story. From the first time she came on the scene, I have loved Sophie. She is so sweet and so easy to love. She has sacrificed so much for her family, but she refuses to let anything sacrifice her love for her man. She is so innocent and pure. She is the best of everyone in these pages. Genuine to the core. Nico, on the other hand, was the one that drove me crazy. The back and forth. They kiss and then push away. Nico drove me bonkers with it. I love her already. Yes, I even said it out loud. (Haha) I get his feelings, though. I was adopted, and so maybe that's why? When he talked about the DNA results and the sense of being unloved. I felt that. I could relate on a genuine level. I know this book hit me in all the feelings, meaning, I bawled like a baby. I was mad, sad, happy, and I even laughed until I cried. (Can't read any of these books without shedding at least 1 tear). I was so glad the story played out the way it did. It dealt Sophie, and really everyone in Cliffside Bay a hard blow. They had so many hard choices to make in the future and amidst the loss and pain comes a beautiful love. I absolutely love it. I wouldn't be a reviewer if I didn't give a shout out to Tess Thompson. I stumbled across her one day and now here I am, absolutely floored by her writing. Each book is better than the last, in my opinion anyway. They all bring family, love, loss, pain, and friendship to the reader. This one really hit home for me and I assume it will with others as well. Well I guess you know I loved it. If you pick this book up, don't do it at night, because you will not be able to sleep and don't forget the tissues.
ViperSpaulding 18 days ago
So much to love in this beautiful romance! Nico is so broken from having been jilted, he's oblivious to the fact that he's more than ready to move on. He has a laundry list of reasons why he doesn't think Sophie is the woman for him, but his path of gradual self-discovery eventually leads him to the truth about what his heart believes, and what he needs to do to find healing. Along with this tortuously-slow romance, we get much more of Sophie's history and letters from her late father, a catastrophic event that forces her to rethink all her priorities, a growing mystery that threatens various members of their tight-knit community, and a gut-wrenching reconciliation for one family that was long overdue. As with all the Cliffside books, this story gives us a fully immersive look at the hearts and lives of the local residents. This is an amazing series, and though each book is its own standalone romance, each book builds on the previous stories to create a truly unique literary experience. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Jamie Onderisin 18 days ago
Jilted is a wonderful story about soulmates, overcoming your greatest fears, family, friendship and love. I truly loved this story. As I was reading the story I laughed and cried. I found the characters emotions felt so raw and the characters were loveable. When I had to put the book down all I wanted to do was get back to reading. If you enjoy great stories with heartfelt emotions that take place in a small town that feels like home then you will absolutely love this entire series. While this can be read as a stand alone, I suggest reading it in order to better understand all of the characters.
Lashea677 18 days ago
Jilted is love in it's purest form. Raw, unpredictable, haunting and fierce. Buried inside the impossible resides the courage to make the impossible, a reality. Jilted is the joining of two deeply wounded hearts, despite the odds. Heartache has never hurt so good. Nico and Sophie delve deep into the soul and leave a gaping wound where the heart should be. It's a messy kind of pain littered with some ugly cry moments, but Thompson never ceases to mend the wounds she inflicts. For within the tragedy of life is a salve known as love and that makes the heartache worth every tear.