Tuesday, July 2, 2013

More by Clare James

This author gave me this book in exchange for an honest review and I honestly enjoyed it...
This is a companion novel to the first, Before You Go, remember that one???
 If not here is my review for that one: Before You Go so if you didn't read that one yet you need to buy that one first..

Now here is my review for 


One summer.
One chance to forget the past.
One opportunity to make things right.
There’s no denying the heat between Jules Taylor and Foster Sutton. They are two wild souls with a fire burning inside. Together, they create a hot and dangerous mix of emotion and lust.
But after a terrible accident leaves one friend dead, Foster is bound by a secret that keeps him from getting closer to Jules. And he’s left with only one thing to offer her – friendship.
For Jules, her relationship with Foster is getting old. He falls down and she picks him up, but they never move forward. Their occasional hook-ups are no longer enough, and Jules vows that this is her summer to forget Foster and find love. If it were only that easy.
It seems fate is pushing Jules and Foster together at every turn. And it’s only a matter of time before they give up and give in.
MORE is the highly anticipated companion story to BEFORE YOU GO. It can also be read as a stand-alone book.

My Thoughts...

This book was just as good as the first one. It kept me entertained, it was an easy read, and it was just the kind of book I needed to read. It gave me a happily ever after and put me in a good mood. 

The story was told in Foster and Jules POV and I am glad I got a good look inside their minds.
Even if they are both dirty little whores ;)

Jules was one of my faves in Before You Go so I was excited I got to read more about her in this one. If I could choose a friend to hang out with, Jules would be that person. Her personality matches a lot in what I see in myself..
She is still dealing with her past and what happened with the accident and her other demons. She has been in love with Foster forever but unfortunately they haven't gone past friends with sometimes benefits zone because they are both scared.
Foster is scared of never being good enough and Jules is just scared of Foster in general. 

The electricity between Foster and Jules is combustible and freaking HOT.. 
There were times where I needed to fan myself and my vajayjay after reading it...
WHOAA baby
But of course after they are on the right track something happens (more like someONE gets in between them and let the drama resume).

It all started off with a secret that Foster has been hiding from Jules and the reason he never pursued a relationship with Jules.
I thought that the secret Foster was keeping from Jules was a little anticlimatic but after reading some more about Jules and what her opinion of guys are in general, I got why Foster was nervous about telling her, but I still didn't think it should have mattered because it happened in the past. 

Along with being a super steamy read, it was also very funny. 
There were a lot of scenes where I was cracking up at something either Jules or Foster said.

"Her law firm, what is it? Dicks and Dildos?” 
“Dildos and Dicks.” Tabby laughs. 
“Get it straight, will you?”

SEEEE haha funny 

This book just really put me in a good mood, it's good to read if you have been reading books with too much angst and not enough happy.

 More gives you happy, funny, a little sad but overall sweet and sassy.

I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
I believe her books are getting better and better and I hope that we can get a book about that big whore-bitch, Jenna.  I want to know what the hell crawled up her ass and died besides the obvious, of course. Mean girls are so last year so she needs to get her happy on..PRONTO or maybe she just needs to get laid reeeaallll good because that honestly fixes me when I'm being bitchy (thanks hubs)!!

I give this book a 4/5 and if you want to check it out yourself but remember to buy Before You Go first..

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