The Book Worm: Review: Always You

Friday, December 22, 2017

Review: Always You

Book Review: Always You, by Denise Grover Swank, 4 stars


Matt Osborn had no idea coaching his five-year-old nephew's soccer team would get him so much attention from the mothers-attention he doesn't want now that he's given up on love and having a family of his own. Yep, Matt's the last of his bachelor buddies, and plans on staying that way. That is, until he finds himself face-to-face with the woman who broke his heart.
Single mom Anna paused her life in England to help her father recover from an illness. She can't afford complications, and too-hot-for-his-own-good Matt Osborn-her almost former fiancé-is definitely a complication. He's a reminder of what might have been-or should have been. That irresistible pull between them isn't over. Not even close. But if she's not careful, she'll break both their hearts . . . again.

Genre: contemporary romance

Publishing date: November 2017

Mature content: yes

Review: Always You is the third book in the Bachelor Brotherhood Series by Denise Grover Swank. While I don't think always it's over the top amazing, I enjoyed it a lot more than the previous one (Until You). I especially enjoyed the children dynamics and Matt's commitment to parenting his nephew. 

The book focuses on several topics that are of special interest for me (for example, how sons and daughters can take care of their aging parents without smoldering their freedom, how changes affect children's lives and how those changes can be dealt with by parents, etc), so maybe that's the main reason I loved it so much.

I found the writing a bit repetitive in places, but since I think Always You, aside the fact that it's a nice romance novel, also passes on several important messages, I'm rating it with four stars. 


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