Tuesday, April 29

Castle Hill by Samantha Young

Braden Carmichael never imagined he’d fall as hard and as fast as he did for Jocelyn Butler. He also could not have anticipated how difficult it would be to convince her to give in to love. But now that he has her, he’s never letting go. He’s got it all planned—the passionate proposal, the dream wedding, the sexy Hawaiian honeymoon—even the perfect family they’ll start.

After trying to flee from her painful past, Joss is finally allowing herself to embrace the future. But when things start moving faster than she anticipated, she finds herself panicking over something Braden can’t understand. After everything they’ve been through, Joss is sure that their love can survive even her worst fears. But, this time, she may push Braden too far—and risk losing everything all over again...

Another Braden and Jocelyn read. Who can refuse to read more Braden, eh? Certainly not I.

I love these two characters, epecially Braden, that it's easy to forget that they were not married yet. They were good as married in the books since their very own, On Dublin Street. But then again, here it is.

This novella puts everything in perspective the status of Braden and Jocelyn's relationship--from their engagement to their wedding, from their honeymoon to the first few months of married life. It's like a super extended epilogue. But then it also introduces a side of Braden I haven't met yet--the brooding, silent side of him that I don't exactly like.

But then as soon as he and Jocelyn decided to confront the first issue that hounded them as a married couple, they were back to their two adorable selves. I want to say I'm ready for more of these two but lemme breath for a bit because this novella took a bit off of me. I don't like it when these two fight. Ugh!

Final verdict: 8/10. Good read.

On Dublin Street series reviews:
On Dublin Street
Until Fountain Bridge
Down London Road


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