Tuesdays at Six

Tuesdays at Six

by KJ Lewis

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BN ID: 2940158693878
Publisher: KJ Lewis
Publication date: 01/09/2018
Series: Sunday Love , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 918 KB

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Tuesdays at Six 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Debi-Kircher More than 1 year ago
Tuesdays at Six (Sunday Love Book 3) by KJ Lewis 5 Stars Talk about a book hangover...I got so fully invested in this story and I'm just heartbroken that it's over. I don't even know where to begin describing this book. First I'll start with this is my first read by this author, and I honestly don't know why I haven't read any of her books before this, but if how I feel after reading this one is any indication of what her other books will make me feel I will with no doubt about it be reading everything else she has. I'm not going to go into specifics of what happened in this book. You need to experience them the same way I did. I did not read the synopsis, I also didn't pay any attention to any reviews, and the way it played out felt so real. I loved every character in this book. The friendship bonds were amazing, the bantering back and forth between them all was awesome, but the brother bond between Walt and Finn was probably my favorite part of this whole book. As cold and unfeeling as Walt tried to be, his love for his brother always showed through. Watching Walt transform from who he was before he became guardian of his best friends girls to who he became by the end of the story was written beautifully. Sams part in this story was no less amazing, and her no nonsense attitude and how she handled Walt was awesome. The twists that occured that explained her past were utterly heartbreaking and I went through my fair share of tissues while all that played out, and watching these 2 young girls having to adjust to losing their parents was handled in a way that literally took my breath away at times. I know I'm being very evasive in this review and its because I really and truly don't know how to do this author justice in explaining this storyline, or explaining how well it was written. It’s said all the time but I'm being completely honest when I say I could not put this book down. The way she took her words and formed them into this amazing story will forever amaze me. I will reread this book often, heck I want to reread it right now and I just finished it. Do yourself a favor and pick this book up, you will not be sorry!! This is book 3, Im wondering if there will be a book 4, and hoping if there is that maybe Finn will get his own story...I hope so!
rockrchic923 More than 1 year ago
Tuesdays at Six by KJ Lewis is the third book in her Sunday Love series, and this book totally hit me right in the feels. This book was so different from others that I have read, it didn’t have the traditional romance and steamy sex, because it was so much more than that. This book really delved into what it takes to make a relationship work, how involving family and loss can take its toll on a relationship and the loss of someone close can be made slightly better by the support system a loved one gives. What happens when the one thing you never thought you needed is the thing that is thrust upon you at the biggest loss of your life? You may find that the one person that was made to walk this life with you. I am sad that I didn’t pick up this whole series but I feel like I fell in love with characters easily and could see this book being just what you would need in times where life gets hard. Lewis is a new to me author, and I am so glad that I took a chance on this book. I loved every minute of reading it and hope that this series continues. Even though this is the third book in the series, I don’t feel like I missed any of the story by reading this one first, but if you are new to this author reading the series in order is always good practice.
Bobbi Wagner More than 1 year ago
Tuesdays at Six (Sunday Love Book 3) by KJ Lewis is the third book in her Sunday Love series. This book can be read as a standalone but I highly suggest reading the two previous books. This has just become my favorite of this author's books. The emotional roller coaster that it took me on, Wow! This story is about grief and building your life again. One of the things that I love most about this book is how this author was able to start this story out slow and then add to it with each page until you reach the climax of this story. It has been awhile since I have read a book that has been able to do this effectively. This story pulled me in right from the beginning and I didn't put it down until I was finished. This is the story of man, Walt, who thought he had it all until one day when he didn't and finds himself a single father. He is faced with the realization that he can't do this on his own and he needs help. He is just trying to get through day by day. This is where Samantha walks into this families life. She is suffering her own loss. She never thought she would be living her life alone. When Walt offers her a job, she takes it as she needs the money and also put a past to rest. She is now faced with a loss she hasn't moved on from and a new life that she doesn't think she should have. I loved all the characters in this book. I loved seeing the POV of a single father and his grieving process. He is determined to do what is best for his children other then I didn't like him so much as a father. I also think that he was going through a lot that we didn't get to read about because he did all of a sudden have a lot on his plate. I think that Samantha is his light to the darkness. She brings so much to this family but she also has so much with her past too. There were times I wasn't sure what to think of her either but really I think these two are made for each other. I kept hoping that they would heal each other and that there would be a happy ending in their future. There is no doubt that this story will is a heart breaker but also will fill your heart with love. I highly recommend this book, it is the most heartfelt story I have read in awhile and I know you will feel the same.
kahea46 More than 1 year ago
***4 Stars*** This was one of those books that I barely gave a passing glance at when it first popped up, and then at the last minute I ended up signing up to help with the cover reveal and really took a look at the blurb and something about that second look had me putting my name into the pot to hopefully receive an ARC of it and I have to say I am really happy I took that second look. I loved the journey that Walt, Samantha, their girls and their friends went on as they all worked through their grief and the new situation they all find themselves in and how it made them all stronger in the end. Now, here’s the thing with this book, what I liked the most about it didn’t necessarily have to do with Walt and Samantha’s romance. It probably should have been based on the description and the fact that it falls under the romance genre, but it wasn’t. I really liked Walt and though I had my moments with Samantha, I liked her, but I was more taken with how Walt, the girls, Sam and their friends worked through the loss of their loved ones and became a family. It wasn’t an easy road by any means, but I thoroughly enjoyed watching not only Walt’s evolution, but Zinnia and Poppy’s, with the help of an amazing group of people. As for Walt and Sam’s romance. While it was there simmering under everything else going on, it never really grabbed me, even when things finally took off between them, because of everything else going on. I liked them together and thought they were actually well matched in a lot of ways, but outside of that I don’t have any strong feelings for or against them. This is my first KJ Lewis read and I really enjoyed it. The writing was engaging and I liked the pacing of the story. I was a little confused in the beginning as to where the story was actually taking place at, but I think that was more of a “it’s not you, it’s me” issue and got it all worked out quickly. The solo first person POV was done well, and I liked that it was from Walt’s POV, but this is one time when I would have liked to have had Sam’s POV thrown into the mix because it took me awhile to connect with her. But outside of that, I thought the story was well thought out and I really enjoyed the very eclectic cast of secondary characters that populated this story. They were all well written and I’m crossing my toes that they will all be getting their own HEA’s down the road. ~ Copy provided by the author via The Next Step PR & voluntarily reviewed ~