Two Bar Mitzvahs

Two Bar Mitzvahs

by Kat Bastion, Stone Bastion

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ISBN-13: 9780692023808
Publisher: Kat\Bastion
Publication date: 10/17/2014
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Two Bar Mitzvahs 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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DuchessU More than 1 year ago
The No Weddings Series is back with Cade narrating again. Ah, yes. I really love it when we get to be inside Cade's head.   The floodgates have opened. Hannah and Cade are officially together but there are still troubles in paradise. Cade is trying to balance his time between his new relationship with Hannah along and his booming business. Add to that, there's also an ex on the loose determined to sabotage what they have.   This time it's all about how the characters deal with the changes brought on by their new relationship.  This is probably the best book in this series yet because it really reflects what the series tackles. While other novels out there are all about how two characters met and found love, the series  not only shows how they started but also answers the "what happened then" question.    I would like to say that this is the peak of their relationship, but I can't say that since there's still a fourth book in my queue right now. Really looking forward to it.
WiLoveBooks More than 1 year ago
I love these Cade and Hannah. This book stands alone pretty well, but I'd start at the beginning anyway. Cade changes so much from the beginning of the first book. It is obvious how much he loves Hannah and she loves him right back. She is trying so hard to trust him, but his ex is back and causing trouble, making things difficult. I just want to see these two happy. I love Cade's POV, but it is nice to have Hannah's as well. I usually like Hannah better while reading her POV.  Cade tries so hard, even if he doesn't always make the right choices. I love how he goes to his parents for advice. I don't always like one couple's story spread out over the course of a series of books, but this works for me and I can't wait to read the next.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars Guess Reviewed by Jessica and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog Two Bar mitzvahs, the third installment to the No WeddingsSeries starts right where we left Cade and Hannah, happily starting their future together in a blissful state of hot sex and charming banter.  These two are so cute and full of feel good vibes you can’t help but root for them. But unfortunately,nothing comes easy, and soon their relationship is put to the test. Cade and Hannah find themselves dealing with a case of the ex-girlfriend from hell!  Oh yes, Cade’s ex tries to come back in the picture and she brings a whole lot of drama with her.  This girl is nothing but trouble and she will do anything to ruin Cade’s life even if it means messing with his career. Will Cade and Hannah be able to get through their first bump in the road as an official couple or will they realize they aren’t as strong together as they thought? Two Bar Mitzvahs will have you on a bit of a rollercoaster ride.  You are high on Cade (obviously) then you’re low on relationship woes then you’re wondering why you’re not going through the pages to punch someone in the face!  But all in all I still want to pull Cade into my lap and give him some lovin, can you blame me? *ARC provided by author
celticmaggie More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading this 3rd book in the No Weddings series. I so love this series. Cade and Hannah carry on from the last book. They are having lots of orders for their businesses but they get less together time. Kat and Stone have developed some awesome people. Everyone is willing to help the others. Then Cade is stunned when his ex shows up again-2 years later. He is a true man by thinking he is helping Hannah by "forgetting" to tell her hen Madison has been to see him. this is where I fall apart. More tissues please! Choose this book to read. There are spoilers to figure out. Enjoy this read! I have this book for an honest review for Kat, Stone and NetGalley.
tfail24 More than 1 year ago
Where to start with this book.. Was it my favorite? No, but let me explain why. At times I thought this book moved a lot slower than the first two books. It picked up for the about the midway point and kept you flipping pages. Do I still love Cade and Hannah? After this book, HELL YES! In Two Bar Mitzvahs you get to see Cade and Hannah’s relationship and love for each other grow more and I love their friendly banter back-and-forth, their wise cracks to each other, but most of it is how they relate to each other when they are together. It’s like they are one person and read each other’s minds and feelings at times. Two Bar Mitzvahs takes them through a really tough period in your book and your get to see Cade at his lowest point and it broke my heart. But in the end they realize that they can’t live and survive with each other, because it is like they are missing their other half. Their love survives and grows stronger because of everything that they have to go through in this book. My favorite part of the book, other than the ending, is when your see them spend time at Cade’s parents’ house and the tour that Cade takes Hannah on while there. It shows Hannah more about Cade’s life prior to her and why he is such the wonderful man that he is. Can you tell that I like Cade a lot or what? I love him and his devotion to Hannah. Looking forward to getting my hands on the next book which will be Three Christmases and it is due out November 17, 2014