Sunday, February 14, 2016

Keep On Loving You

Keep On Loving You by Christine Ridgeway

(Cabin Fever #4)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Adult, Fiction
Goodreads: Click
Purchase Links: Amazon
Page: 384
Published January 26th 2016 by HQN Books


In an enchanting new romance from USA Today bestselling author Christie Ridgway, love comes home to Blue Arrow Lake when childhood sweethearts get an unexpected second chance… 

Mackenzie Walker's siblings have all found their happy-ever-afters, but she has everything a single girl needs in her California mountain hometown. Family, friends, a thriving business…and memories of Zan Elliott, her first love, whose touch—and betrayal—she's never forgotten. Now, ten years after he left town, Zan returns to manage his late grandfather's estate…and flip Mac's life upside down with one heated glance.

Documentary filmmaking has taken Zan all over the globe, yet nowhere was far enough away to make him forget Mac. Seeing her ignites their incredible chemistry all over again. Mac's trust won't be easily won, however, especially when Zan's inheritance jeopardizes her family's hard-earned dreams. But every moment together is challenging Zan to stop living life through a lens and dare to let his guard down for a chance at forever…


Mac is pretty much feeling a bit pressure lately since it seems like everyone around her is getting married leaving everyone to question when it will be her turn. Its at the wedding that she seen Zan the love of her life that suddenly left without a word sending her a post card with his initials from time to time. Mac isn't about to let her heart break a second time. But it gets difficult because he is around her family a lot.

I liked the book, really wasn't a fan of it though. It was generic, predictable and ok to pass the time with. I just really wished that there was more to this book to make it more interesting and unique. Then there was that other couple POV which was pretty pointless to Mac's story. So at random times it confused when the other little story was meshed into this book, it would've been better without it. Overall this book was okay.

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