Review: Until December (Until Her/Him #8) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until December (Until Her/Him, #8)

Until December

(Until Her/Him #8)

by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Gareth Black is drawn to December Mayson the moment he spots her across the room at her cousin’s wedding. When he approaches the beautiful woman, she captivates him with her shyness and wit, making him crave her.

With a pull so strong it’s impossible to ignore, December knows there’s something between her and Gareth. She just hopes they’re capable of jumping the hurdles ahead of them.

Two boys, an ex, a surprise that will change everything, and a disgruntled co-worker, guarantee these two will have their work cut out for them if they are going to find their happily ever after.

Review:

5 BOOM Stars on Goodreads

Until December is the eight book in the Until Her/Him series. I love a good BOOM! from Aurora Rose Reynolds, she never disappoints.

December Mayson is living a quiet life and likes it just like that. She is sweet, caring and always thinking of others before herself. Her sisters are always trying to get her out of her shell and live a little more. She is such an a amazing character and I loved that she was a bookworm.

Gareth Black is a single dad to two boys, working two jobs and trying to live the best life possible for his sons. He is caring, protective and a little possessive.

They are such a compatible couple in so many ways and Gareth tries to get December to step out of her comfort zone.

I loved this book and couldn’t put it down the Until Her/Him is one of my favourite series and is always a one click for me.  As always her secondary characters where so good and made the book extra good for me!

 

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