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Series: Coral Cove #3
Published by HarperCollins Genres: Contemporary
Tamra Day doesn’t need anything more in her life than what she has already. Yet as time wears on, Tamra begins to hunger for something…more. However, the pickings in Coral Cove aren’t exactly abundant for this garden designer, and the one that seems to pique her interest does so in more ways than one.
Jeremy Sheridan, a war hero, decides to make a new start in a completely new area. Not wanting to rely upon the kindness of friends and family, he takes his wounded self to Coral Cove and attempts to make something more of what’s left of his life. Signing on to help with the heavy lifting for the newly designed golf course, Jeremy finds that his new boss, Tamra, is way too controlling and fun to tease, but he just can’t help himself.
As these two learn to work together to get a job done for the town, they soon find that being together is more combustible than they ever dreamed. And discovering what makes the other tick just might be the answer to the piece that they were missing all along.
Take Me All the Way is a hot, sexy read about common everyday people that is relevant to today’s time. Jeremy with his baggage that he brought to Take Me All the Way endeared him to this reader, because underneath that pain was the real man waiting to be unearthed. He felt real and complete with his hero capabilities, softness in the right places, and hardness when it was justified in Take Me All the Way.
Tamra held herself aloft to most of her friends, but Jeremy quickly ascertained things about her that no one else seemed to pick up on in Take Me All The Way. She knew that she was finally getting to the proper place in her life to be open to something more, and Jeremy showed up as though he was an answer to a prayer in Take Me All the Way. However, it wouldn’t be an easy feat, as these two still had some growing to do in Take Me All the Way, but watching them grow and bind together was quite amusing and entertaining in Take Me All the Way.
Because of the sheer joy I found in reading Take Me All the Way, I Joyfully Recommend it for a frolicking good time lounging on the beach! However, be warned that it isn’t to be taken lightly, because if you look beyond the surface, you may just find hints of yourself in these two protagonists or perhaps of those you love.