Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights

Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights

by Jean C Joachim
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Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
BookLover816 More than 1 year ago
With just enough plot twists to keep you guessing, this beautiful and entertaining love story has something for every romance fan. The characters are fully developed and believable, and the story, about loss, love, and trust, is compelling. It was hard to put this book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was book two in series , I Was surprise Which I love to hear about Sunny and Mickey .. Really glad that the found love and happiness this again was a very light read ..
AnneWallace More than 1 year ago
hea y'all Anne here and I've just read Sunny Days & Moonlit Nights by Jean Joachim and as with her first book in the series I loved it. The story line is so sweet, but the second book brings a bit more of an edge to it with the main character Sunny having made drastic changes to her life she now is experiencing more that life has to offer. The men in the book are such a strong contrast of what men can truly be like. On one side you have rich, powerful, and ego driven the other side is sweet humble and grounded to reality of life. I love how easily I can relate these books into real life situations. No one has a perfect life no matter how much money you have and in the end all women are searching for love and compassion. Through being hurt and betrayed Sunny finds the inner power to stand up for her self and her talents and goes after what her heart desires. These books are a great moral boost to women who have felt the sting of betrayal by a lover and long for something more. I absolutely suggest these books to every woman who is a romantic at heart and loves a good story to curl up with at night. Also the edge this book has to it is gut gripping I caught myself holding my breath more than once just waiting to see what would happen, how far can one person go to trap a love that is no longer his and how much can one woman take before she is pushed to far to keep running and submits? want to know then grab your copies today and fall in love with the story like I have. 5 out of 5 stars for Sunny Days & Moonlit Nights by Jean Joachim. On to her next book!!!
JMKelley-DrewInBlue More than 1 year ago
Caroline is married to a jerk. That's the short, but not-so-sweet truth. Finally fed up with his antics, she packs her bags and leaves. She heads somewhere with good memories, her family's summer lakeside rental at The Birches, and as part of her new start, adopts the name Sunny, what everyone called her before she married into a life of luxury. In time, she meets The Birches maintenance man, Mike, who turns out to be her childhood crush. Sunny is understandably surprised, especially when it becomes evident that Mike is becoming interested in her. Naturally, her unfinished business with her jerk of a husband keeps her from being open to a relationship with Mike, and that leads to some misunderstandings. This was a pleasant read. Oftentimes, when I'm reading romance novels, I'm picturing young twenty-somethings, with an annoying perfectly pretty streak. I appreciated reading a story that seemed to fit my age-group: that don't-you-dare-imply-I'm-pushing-forty demographic. The characters felt like people I could know. Average, intelligent people just looking for a little happiness. I especially liked Mike. I like Mike. Sorry, can't ignore a fun rhyme, there. I'm always a sucker for a guy who is beautiful to the woman who loves him. I don't need a hero who looks like he just stepped off the cover of GQ. I imagined him as attractive, but not necessarily perfect. When an author gives me that imaginative freedom, the hook is set. Angst-whore that I am, it often surprises me when I'm given what qualifies as a mellow read, and find myself enjoying it. And I definitely enjoyed this one. The romance in this story isn't about getting to the smutty smut, it's about what's going on in our couple's hearts and minds. And that's something I was definitely on board for in this book. Mike and Sunny made sense. And I'd definitely recommend this story. Joey, The One Hundred Romances Project
Laura-McQuillen More than 1 year ago
This is a sweet and sensual story of a childhood crush rediscovered years later that blossoms into love. It was fun watching the relationship grow between Mike and Caroline (Sunny) so many years after not seeing each other. Naturally they both have memories from when they were younger. Mike had been a few years older than Sunny and had sort of adopted the older brother/protector attitude towards her at that time, never knowing that Sunny had a crush on him. It's interesting watching them both come to terms with who they were in the past, and their feelings for each other back then, and who they are now and their feelings for each other now. It is very realistically portrayed, giving the reader a chance to wonder, perhaps, what it would be like if they were to meet up with an old crush. Initially, Sunny surprised me. She didn't strike me as the type to run from a situation, no matter how hopeless or intimidating. Once we get to know the character, though, you can see that it wasn't so much running away as it was coming to terms with where she has let her life lead her and the circumstances she has found herself in, as well as giving herself some breathing room to determine her course of action. In a manner of speaking, she needed time to lick her wounds and heal. The secondary character of the butler that first appears in the very beginning had an amusing attitude that had me chuckling. He had a job that he must keep, and duties that he must fulfill, but he didn't necessarily have to like it or his boss. The author did an excellent job in describing the setting of a small resort town, as well as the feelings associated with the characters situations. The pacing was well done - nothing happening too quickly so as to not be believable, even with a shorter length novel. And you get invested in the characters relatively quickly. This was a well written story that I really enjoyed, about a woman finding herself again after being in a lousy relationship that should have jaded her on men and then finding the one that she should have been with all along.
RosieMG More than 1 year ago
Wished it was longer
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Perv im telling wishclan
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book!!! Loved the happy ending (sorry if I spoiled it for anyone)!! It's a very good story!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is true. And dynamite comes in small packages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Give back Cupcake! Anyway, a hologram-which is just an image-cannot touch things.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well we dont see you using it often!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im silverstar im a silver she cat leader of basketclan bye pony crap
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I laugh and stick cockroaches into his ears
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Who is the cat that never sleeps?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So...what are we supposed to do...?.....i dontt think i can help in killing someone...(btw i turned 6 moons today)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wait until i tell them that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Puts a paw on his head and heald him
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok good. That means its working. Eat this mouse. *pushes it towards her.* ill eat when i get back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A MLP RP?? REALLY????
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok by the way I was waiting for you to answer and I saw the thing Bluestar posted anyways quick corectoin Im a she cat
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WERE STILL USING THIS BOOK!
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewer: Valerie Blurb: CAROLINE DAVIS WHITE IS A WELL-KNOWN artist married to a philandering multi-millionaire. She has everything any woman could want except love. Brad refuses to give her the divorce she so desperately wants. With no money, family, or friends, she flees to the small community in Catskill Mountains where she spent her summers as a child. Mike Foster, Caroline's childhood crush grown up, achieved success and made more money than he could ever have dreamed, but it destroyed his marriage and cost him his son. He is wary of women who find his wallet more attractive than his good looks. Caroline reconnects with the life she had and friends from long ago. Mike steps out of her teenage dreams into her life again, looking more handsome and tempting than ever. She knew who he was then.but who is he now? Source: eBook from author Review: When I read romance, I want to really know the characters, feel their pain and joy, travel with them, and when the story is done I want to feel satisfied that all the loose ends are tied up. Because of those expectations, short books are disappointing to me. I don't feel that the characters get to really develop and grow if the story isn't long enough...enter Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights. This book was a short, easy read that reminded me of some of the shorter books put out as series. In fact, the author mentions she liked the characters enough that she might write more about them in sequels. With all that said, let's explore the story... Caroline Davis (Sunny) has money, that's not the problem. She's gorgeous, and smart, and funny. Her main problem is that her husband has decided she needs companionship. Yes, SHE needs companionship in the form of another man. This shocking revelation leads her to have the strength to leave the sprawling mansion and grounds she doesn't refer to as home. She packs up her clothes, her dog, her painting supplies, and leaves for the great unknown. The great unknown turns out to be a summer cabin her she inherited that needs work. Enter older, smart, ultra-rich, hunky former childhood friend, Mike. While the sparks do indeed fly between these two, I found the story a bit predictable. Girl hides from rich hubby. Childhood flame is interested in her. She is morally torn. Anyone who has had to leave a marriage with just the clothes on their back will relate to the feelings she has regarding being "free" even though she isn't yet divorced and her joy in making small daily decisions on her own. Even though he's rich, Mike doesn't just sit around and he spends Friday nights singing and playing with his band. The scenes where they sing together was a nice change of pace as she plays cat-and-mouse with her soon-to-be ex-husband in the form of phone calls, lawyer calls, and hiding from private eyes. As you read this story, you may find yourself more attracted to Mike as a character than Sunny, I know I did. I felt that he was pulled along on her roller coaster ride knowing she had something to tell him but didn't realize what it was until he was a goner. I also liked the references and scenes with her dog and wished for more of them (avid dog lover here). Quote: "I have to take care of myself, on my own for once, Mike. You can't do it for me this time." she said, touching his shoulder then resting her palm on his chest. Page 105
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My head hurts........*sees some water* Can i have some water please?